Deregulation and Development in Indonesia

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About the Editors and Contributors

Nisha Agrawal is a Lead Economist in the World Bank Office in Vietnam.

Takamasa Akiyama was formerly a Lead Economist in the Research Department of the World Bank.

Bejoy Das Gupta is the Deputy Director of the Asia-Pacific Department at the Institute of International Finance, Washington, DC.

Dipak Dasgupta is a Sector Manager in the Middle East&North Africa Department of the World Bank.

James Hanson is Senior Financial Policy Adviser in the Financial Sector Strategy&Policy Department of the World Bank.

Edison Hulu is Senior Researcher in Derivatives at the Jakarta Stock Exchange, Indonesia.

Farrukh Iqbal is the Regional Coordinator of East Asia Programs at the World Bank Institute.

William E. James is a Senior International Economist with Nathan Associates, Inc. currently on assignment at the Ministry of Industry and Trade in Indonesia.

Jeffrey D. Lewis is Economic Adviser in the Economic Policy and Prospects Group of the World Bank.

Anwar Nasution is the Senior Deputy Governor of Bank Indonesia.

Akihiko Nishio is Program Coordinator in the China Department of the World Bank.

Mari Pangestu was formerly the Executive Director of the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Indonesia.

Martin P.H. Panggabean is with a major bank in Indonesia.

Anwar Pasinringi is at the Ministry of Industry&Trade, Indonesia.

Herb Plunkett is an Assistant Commissioner of the Productivity Commission in Canberra, Australia.

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