Tahlim Sudaryanto

Tahlim Sudaryanto

Prof. Tahlim Sudaryanto, Ph.D is Senior Agricultural Economist at the Indonesian Center for Agriculture Socio Economic and Policy Studies (ICASEPS), Ministry of Agriculture, the Republic of Indonesia, and member Board of Trustees, International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), Philippines.

Prior to his current position, he has held several senior management positions at the Ministry of Agriculture. He holds a doctorate degree in economics from North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.

His major interest is on rural economies and food policy. Since 2019 he has served as Independence Steering Committee on the CGIAR Research Program on Global Rice Value Chain.

In 2015 he served as a Commissioner at the Second Murdoch Commission on Food Security, Trade and Partnership, Murdoch University, Australia. In 2013-2014 he also participated as a member of  International Advisory Committee, Food&Business Global Challenges Program, Netherland Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), Netherland.

Join FFTC-AP since 2014
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Latest Submission from Indonesia

2022.05.31
ABSTRACT Indonesia is the eighth top tea-producing country in the world. The central tea-producing areas are 10 provinces among 34 provinces in the country. Recently, the domestic tea industry of Indonesia is facing problems in terms of decreasing planted area, lacking technology application,...
Country: Indonesia Topic: Overview
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2022.04.06
ABSTRACT This article aims to discuss the area, production, consumption, export and import, encountered problems, and policy support to one of Indonesia's important crops-garlic. It is quite interesting since the country depends on (above 90%) of imported garlic, particularly since the economic...
Country: Indonesia Topic: OverviewAgriculture
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2021.11.30
ABSTRACT National population growth has increased the domestic demand for horticulture commodities. Geographically, Indonesia has great potential in leading the fruit and vegetable production in Southeast Asia. However, many factors lead to the lack of domestic production, including lack of...
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2021.11.12
ABSTRACT As one of the biodiversity sources, there is a need to develop spice commodities in Indonesia. This article aims to discuss the development of these commodities based on historical value and its future perspective. Spices can be grown in all areas of the country; however, the...
Country: Indonesia Topic: Overview
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