Global Research

Global Research

  • Tufts University
    • Project Name : “Empowering Women through Humane Workplaces”
    • Goal : This research is to identify the working conditions that are most important for the improvement of the lives of female garment factory workers in the ASEAN region        :
    • Primary Objective
      • To examine how improvements in working conditions affect the lives of workers, especially women, their families and communities
      • To identify the channels through which Better Work enacts change
      • To identify the channels through which Better Work enacts change
      • To disseminate findings to stakeholders, including the scholarly community, through working papers, policy briefs, scholarly worker, and public events
    • Expected Outcomes
      • The project main outputs will measure the impact of humane working conditions directly on wages, hours, occupational safety and health, power mindset, gender stereotypes and perceptions of gender norms.
      • The analysis will then turn to indirect effects. Wages and hours impact well-being indicators such as child education and health.  Power mindset, gender stereotypes and gender norms will affect a female employees interactions with other family members, advocating on her own behalf and work trajectory
    • Results
      • During these 3 years from 2017 – 2020, There is a total of more than 30 research manuscripts that have been written based on this research. The manuscripts have been written using primary data, both quantitative and qualitative data
      • The results also indicate some findings related to garment workers, gender inequality in garment factories, differences between BWI and non-BWI factories, and also the comparison between Indonesia garment workers and Vietnamese garment workers
    • Research Team:
      • Sari Wahyuni, PhD
      • Aryana Satrya, PhD
      • Permata Wulandari, Ph.D
      • Muthia Pramesti, MM
      • Fahrina, SE
      • Ullyatun Nikmah, SE
    • Collaborator :
      • Tufts University
      • RTA Vietnam
    • Funding : IDRC
    • Publication : Link word

 

  • Melbourne University for Port Research
    • Project Name : Exploring key variables of Port Competitiveness evidence from Indonesia Port
    • Output : Journal Publication in Competitive Review Journal
    • Funding : University of Melbourne, Australia
    • Research Team :
    • Project Name
      • Sari Wahyuni, PhD
      • Ruslan Prijadi, PhD
    • Melbourne University for Anti-Corruption Research
      • Project Name : Learning from experience: how and why organisations resist or embrace anti-corruption related reform
      • Output : Melbourne – Indonesia Research Partnership
      • Research Team : Kanti Pertiwi, Ph.D

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • University of Hawaii, USA
    • Project Name : Intraday Order Replacement and Execution in a limit order market: Evidence from the Indonesia Stock Market
    • Output : Publication in International Finance Review
    • Research Team : Prof. Dr. Irwan Adi Ekaputra

 

  • University of Malaya
    • Project Name                : The Role of leader vs Organization Credibility in Islamic Social Enterprise Marketing Communication
    • Output                : Publication at Journal of Islamic Marketing
    • Funding : Riset Dikti Grant
    • Research Team : Sri Rahayu Hijrah Hati, PhD
  • University of Science Malaysia
    • Project Name : Halal industry
    • Funding                               : Riset Dikti Grant
    • Research Team : Sri Rahayu Hijrah Hati, PhD
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