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Feeling the pinch of the transition (Part 1)

AUGUST 11 ― This article refers to a write-up by Syed Jamal... Read More

Feeling the Pinch of the Transition (Part 2)

AUGUST 17 — In the first part of this article the authors... Read More

Rather Than Move On, Let’s Learn from Divisive Jakarta Election

In the wake of Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama’s election defeat and subsequent... Read More

How Can Politicians Gain Trust?

Courting votes through gifts and promises, a practice called clientelism, is a... Read More

Stop Bickering: 60 Years of Malaysia-Indonesia Ties

The month of August was marked not only by the celebration of... Read More

Towards High-income, Not Low-cost Nation

OCTOBER 27 — The Department of Statistics’ latest report on Household Income... Read More

Indonesian Elections: Getting Realistic About Milennial Votes

With the campaign period kicking off in September, much attention is now... Read More

A Legitimacy Crisis

TRADE technocracy is on the brink of a crisis as the United... Read More

Tackling Protectionism

ONCE again, global trade is witnessing the protectionism’s moment in the sun... Read More

Working with Robots

EVER since the German concept “Industry 4.0” was coined as the Fourth... Read More

Is Labour Mobility Enough?

AMIDST rising protectionist sentiments worldwide, Asean, turning half a century in August,... Read More

Rescuing Economic Forecasting

Barely a week after New Year’s Day, Bank of England’s chief economist... Read More

Is Negative Income Tax the Solution?

Most countries in the world have adopted some form of progressive taxation,... Read More

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Ms Dwintha Maya Kartika

Ms. Dwintha Maya Kartika is currently an Analyst at the Economics, Trade and Regional Integration (ETRI) at the Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia. Her research and publications are on trade, investment, regional economic integration such as ASEAN and APEC, labour, domestic economic issues and Indonesia-Malaysia relations. She also coordinates ISIS Malaysia’s activities and engagements in various networks including Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC), Networks of East Asian Think Tanks (NEAT) and the ASEAN Circle. Prior to joining ISIS Malaysia, she worked in the accountancy sector in London, UK. She holds MSc in Development Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She can be reached at maya@isis.org.my.


Published Articles

Feeling the pinch of the transition (Part 1)

11 August 2016
AUGUST 11 ― This article refers to a write-up by Syed Jamal Zahiid entitled “Feeling the pinch? It’s not just because of higher cost of...

Feeling the Pinch of the Transition (Part 2)

17 August 2016
AUGUST 17 — In the first part of this article the authors argued the reasons behind the apparent increase in cost of living in Malaysia....

Rather Than Move On, Let’s Learn from Divisive Jakarta Election

05 July 2017
In the wake of Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama’s election defeat and subsequent conviction, there is a pressure to “move on” from the chaos stemming from...

How Can Politicians Gain Trust?

25 August 2017
Courting votes through gifts and promises, a practice called clientelism, is a common trait shared by many democratic societies. This practice is innate since reciprocity...

Stop Bickering: 60 Years of Malaysia-Indonesia Ties

11 September 2017
The month of August was marked not only by the celebration of Independence Day by three member states – namely Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia –...

Towards High-income, Not Low-cost Nation

27 October 2017
OCTOBER 27 — The Department of Statistics’ latest report on Household Income and Basic Amenities Survey saw Malaysian households’ income rising by more than six...

Indonesian Elections: Getting Realistic About Milennial Votes

12 October 2018
With the campaign period kicking off in September, much attention is now directed at the prospects of President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo and Prabowo Subianto to...

A Legitimacy Crisis

24 July 2018
TRADE technocracy is on the brink of a crisis as the United States-China trade war continues to brew. Dissatisfaction over trade policies, particularly in advanced...
Tackling Protectionism

Tackling Protectionism

10 April 2018
ONCE again, global trade is witnessing the protectionism’s moment in the sun as the political tide in advanced economies seems to move towards greater protectionism....

Working with Robots

14 November 2017
EVER since the German concept “Industry 4.0” was coined as the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), the term has become a buzzword penetrating public discourse in...

Is Labour Mobility Enough?

06 June 2017
AMIDST rising protectionist sentiments worldwide, Asean, turning half a century in August, continues its integration towards achieving a people-centred, people-oriented and resilient community. The Asean...
Rescuing Economic Forecasting

Rescuing Economic Forecasting

17 January 2017
Barely a week after New Year’s Day, Bank of England’s chief economist Andy Haldane admitted to his profession’s failure of foreseeing a financial crisis and...

Is Negative Income Tax the Solution?

24 May 2016
Most countries in the world have adopted some form of progressive taxation, following the conventional wisdom that “the rich should be taxed more than the...