Ikatan Sarjana Ekonomi Indonesia (ISEI) is an expert group that concentrates on Indonesia's economic and commercial sectors. On November 14, 1957, ISEI was established with the primary goals of developing economics, enhancing the standard of economic education, and enhancing the abilities and knowledge of Indonesian economic graduates.
Ikatan Sarjana Ekonomi Indonesia (ISEI) is comprised of economists who have earned a bachelor's degree in economics (S.E.) or who are currently pursuing a degree in economics. Those with an interest in and dedication to the growth of Indonesia's economy are eligible to join.
Ikatan Sarjana Ekonomi Indonesia (ISEI) works to raise the caliber of economic policies that can be implemented at the national and local levels for the advancement and welfare of the Indonesian people. The Association of Indonesian Economic Scholars (ISEI) takes part in discussions on and renewals of international and regional economic cooperation that do not contravene Indonesia's national philosophy.
Strengthening the role of the Indonesian Economic Scholars Association (ISEI) in formulating economic policies, developing academic quality, research and professionalism, as well as increasing cooperation at the national and international levels.
To develop into a meaningful institution that contributes to the development of the national economy while enhancing collaboration with regional and national policymakers.
Strengthening ISEI's role in formulating economic policies, developing academic quality, research and professionalism, as well as increasing cooperation at national and international levels.
Play a constructive role
in advancing community welfare
Communicating economic ideas
consistent with the Pancasila philosophy
Academics can work together with business and government to conduct applied research that is relevant to industry needs and government policy. This can produce innovative solutions and new discoveries that can be used to increase economic competitiveness and improve public policy.
In order to create curriculum that meet industrial needs and prepare graduates for the workforce, academics might collaborate with corporations. The government can assist programs for education and training that are tailored to the needs of the job market by developing policies and funding them.
Collaboration between academics, business and government can help in the process of formulating public policies that are evidence-based and oriented to the needs of society and industry. Academia can provide research and analysis that supports government decision-making, while business can provide practical insight into the impact of policy on industry.
Collaboration between academia and business can facilitate the transfer of knowledge and technology from the academic environment to the business world. The government can also support this collaboration through technology development policies and programs as well as incentives for companies to adopt innovation.