Indonesia Investment Forum 2017

Moekti Soejachmoen

Head of Mandiri Institute

Bank Mandiri

Born in 1969, Ms Moekti Soejachmoen got her PhD in economics from the Australian National University in 2012. She holds masters degree in economics from University of California Davis in 1998 and a bachelors degree in economics from University of Indonesia in 1992. She is an economist with over 20 years experience in finance, international trade, micro and macroeconomics and development economics at academia as well as development level.  She began her career as a researcher between 1993 and 1996 with the Center for Policy and Implementation Studies.  In 1999, Ms Soejachmoen worked at Harvard Institute for International Development.  From 2001 until 2005 she served as one of the lead FSNs in USAID mission, Jakarta in the capacity of a program development specialist.  From 2005 to 2007 she joined Centre for Strategic and International Studies and provided technical assistance to the Indonesian government agencies, such as Ministry of Trade, Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Finance, and Ministry of Agriculture.  In 2012 she was a senior economist at the USAID’s Support for Economic Analysis Development for Indonesia and works on poverty and macroeconomics issues.  She joins Bank Mandiri in April 2014 as a head of Mandiri Institute. Before that, she works with the National Team for Poverty Alleviation under the vice president office. She has published multiple journal and articles on the subjects, such as finance, trade policy, industry globalization, ASEAN free trade agreements, Indonesian manufacturing and export competitiveness. She has conducted comparative studies on free trade and economic partnership agreements in ASEAN countries.

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Tue 04 Apr 2017

Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta