3 edition of Financing and equity in the social sectors in Indonesia found in the catalog.
Financing and equity in the social sectors in Indonesia
Oey Astra Meesook.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Oey Astra Meesook.|
|Series||World Bank staff working papers,, no. 703, World Bank staff working paper ;, no. 703.|
|LC Classifications||LB2829 .O34 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||69 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||84022113|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Oey Astra Meesook. Financing and equity in the social sectors in Indonesia. Washington, D.C., U.S.A.: World Bank, © Get this from a library. Financing and equity in the social sectors in Indonesia: some policy options.
[Oey Astra Meesook.] -- This paper examines the role of the private sector and the potential for recovering costs in the public sector in the provision of education and health services in Indonesia. Financing the Social Sector: Regional Challenges and Opportunities.
Draft discussion paper submitted to Asia-Pacific High-Level Consultation on Financing for Development meeting, Jakarta, Indonesia. The creation of a social finance roadmap, which provides an overview of processes and policies that can help UNDP create greater capital formation and funding for social finance in Indonesia.
This will also make a case for why UNDP Indonesia’s national partners should pay attention to this landscape. an enabling environment that is less conducive to financial sector development, including lack of diversity in capital market products.
About ADB Papers on Indonesia. The ADB Papers on Indonesia are designed to provide information, analysis, and advice on issues of interest to Indonesia's development : Mohd. Sani Ismail. Private Equity in Indonesia: Where the Market Stands.
Indonesia has over the last few years been heralded as the darling of Asia’s private equity market. However, a recent dip in economic performance has since worked to dampen expectations for private equity opportunities in Private Equity in Indonesia: More Deals Await Those Who Dig Deeper.
Strong GDP growth and a young population have made Indonesia the focal point for private equity investment in Southeast Asia. This article looks at the private equity industry in Indonesia and the sectors that offer the most promising opportunities.
social dialogue and industrial relations in the sector. Structure of Indonesia’s Financial Services Sector The Indonesian financial services sector comprises banks, multi-finance companies, capital market companies, insurance companies, and pension funds.
Banks The banking sector accounts for about 80 per cent of the sector’s Size: KB. private sector investments through grants and non-grant instruments. The public sector plays a critical role in climate finance.
It provides grants for policy reforms and serves as a catalyst to leverage private finance at scale. The private sector is also crucial since it is a potentially large source of funds for environmental projects. of the book is both to analyse and propose measures for alleviating the widespread exist-ing conflict between equity and efficiency in social policy in the broader sense: including social welfare, education and employment.
Education, social welfare and the labour mar-ket are closely intertwined and mutually re-inforcing. Sustainable Finance Advisory Environmental and Social Risk Due Diligence in the Financial Sector / 1 Table of contents About the report and acknowledgements page 2 Glossary of terms page 3 Executive summary page 6 1.
Background page 8 2. Mapping exercise: approach page 12 Methodology 13 Financial institutions and services 17 The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is committed to achieving a prosperous, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable Asia and the Pacific, while sustaining its efforts to eradicate extreme poverty.
It assists its members and partners by providing loans, technical assistance, grants, and equity investments to promote social and economic development. Data & Research on small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and Entrepreneurship, SME Policy, Financing High Growth Firms, Inclusive Entrepreneurship, OECD Bologna Process, Bologna +, Sufficient and affordable access to different sources of finance is crucial to enable SMEs and entrepreneurs to contribute to inclusive growth.
The 9th edition of the Scoreboard on Financing. sector (see figure 1). Some concentrate primarily on loans (EIB, Proparco) others primarily on eq-uity (CDC). The equity portion within the total portfolio of European DFIs reached 52 per cent inup from 41 per cent 2ina signifi-cant shift away from loan finance towards equity stakeholding.
AfDB and ADB and IADB lend prin-File Size: KB. Social finance includes a full range of investment strategies and solutions across asset classes that can provide an array of risk-adjusted returns tailored to investor intent.
Learn Occupation: Specialist Leader | Social Finance. Five ratios were examined, namely liquidity ratio, debt to equity ratio, total assets turnover, net profit margin, and return on equity. The sample consists of 27 firms. Results showed that two ratios, debt to equity ratio and return on equity ratio, were significantly lower after the : Elok Sri Utami.
13 Sources of Financing: Debt and Equity On completion of this chapter, you will be able to: 1 Explain the differences among the three types of capital small businesses require: fixed, working, and growth. 2 Describe the differences between equity capital and debt.
The Financial Services Authority (Otoritas Jasa Keuangan or “OJK”), the financial services supervisory body in Indonesia, issued more than 30 regulations in covering capital markets, banks and non-bank financial institutions.
Muliaman Hadad, the chairman of the Board of Commissioners of the OJK, issued a statement that the enactment of the regulations supported the goals of the OJK in. through Private Sector Financing T his paper highlights Indonesia’s demand for infrastructure devel-opment and the investment policy scenario that needs to be developed.
The strategy to diversify the source of capital investment is the centerpiece of the cur-rent administration, by combining public and private sector finance, as well as lever -File Size: 2MB. INDONESIA 4 INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND BANKING SECTOR SOUNDNESS IN INDONESIA1 Overall, the banking sector appears well capitalized and profitable.
However, rising vulnerabilities from corporate foreign currency leverage and. financing options like venture capital, factoring and supply chain financing as a route to access capital from bank and non bank sources. The innovative platform provided by the recently introduced SME Exchange, that promises to give the SMEs a much needed access to low cost equity File Size: KB.Indonesia - Sustaining high growth with equity (English) Abstract.
On the basis of broad macro indicators, Indonesia's economy has performed very well recently. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) increased by percent in and inflation dropped to percent.
Local and foreign direct investment have been increasingly.CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a given year (e.g. ) to documents published in three previous calendar years (e.g.
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