Indonesian Inequality

I presented a seminar this afternoon at ANU’s Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, on top incomes in Indonesia between 1920 and 2005. My expertise on this project is empirical, not substantive. Unlike my coauthor, Pierre Van Der Eng, I don’t even speak Indonesian. But it’s fun to work on a new topic, and to engage with the impressive group of Indonesia experts at ANU. Plus, having lived in Indonesia as a kid for a few years in the late-1970s gives it a neat twist.

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