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Overview

Overview

Research Institute
of Socio-Economic Development.

Research Institute of Socio-Economic Development (RISED) is an independent and non-profit think tank that aims to promote human-centered and inclusive socio-economic development in Indonesia through research, education, and policy advocacy.

RISED was established in 2018 by a group of alumni of Economics Department, Universitas Airlangga (Unair) Surabaya. It was legalized as an association by a public notary on March 2019 under the Decree of the Minister of Justice and Humans Rights of Indonesia Numer AHU-0003138.AH.01.07. Our current office is located just at the heart of Surabaya, the capital city of East Java Province Indonesia.

Scope of Work

RISED focuses on three main activities that are designed to set the path in achieving the organization’s vision.

Contribute to
Indonesia's
socio-economic development.

Socio-Economic Development

Concentrates on doing research about social and economic issues in Indonesia mainly based on behavioural perspective. The organization aims to help Indonesia in achieving inclusive and sustainable development goals. The activity employs various research approach, including quantitative, qualitative, and mixed method to produce valid results.

Policy Evaluation and Advocacy

Conducts independent study on government’s public policy, particularly on social and economic public policy from the academic point of view. The results are not only published in the form of brief and in-depth policy paper but also being disseminated through seminars, public dialogue, and discussion forum. This work aims to evaluate the government’s policies as well as to distribute the information to the public.

Educate People

RISED organizes various kind of trainings on social & economy data and research methodology. This work aims to increase people’s awareness about socio-economic issues and improve the data literacy beside helping those who want to know more about data and research. By that, knowledge is no longer exclusive.

Partners we
work for.

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