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.

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Latest Submission from Indonesia

2021.07.12
ABSTRACT Non-communicable disease (NCD)– diabetes mellitus is one of the health problems that impact productivity and a decline in human resources of a country. World Health Organization reported that in 2019, there were an estimated 463 million people with diabetes, or about 9.3% of the total...
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2021.07.12
ABSTRACT Konjac is a native plant of Indonesia which has long been known and used by local communities. This article generally discusses the technical aspect and the economic value especially konjac’s export feature as well as policy support to develop this agricultural commodity in the country...
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2021.06.15
ABSTRACT Indonesia is the largest palm oil producer globally, producing nearly 50 million metric tons of oil annually. Palm oil has a significant influence on the welfare of Indonesians among local farmers. Although the global controversy over palm oil is increasing, palm oil is the livelihood...
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2021.04.30
ABSTRACT Indonesia would face the energy crisis if there were no significant innovations in new and renewable invented energy. This is because about 90% of the country’s energy is derived from fossil fuels, which would soon be running out in the coming period of 9 to 40 years. One of the options...
Country: Indonesia Topic: Renewable energy
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2021.04.22
ABSTRACT The government of Indonesia has amended several implementing regulations in the Law Number 11/2020 on Job Creation. One of them is stipulated in the Government Regulation Number 26/2021 on the Implementation of Agriculture Sector. This Government Regulation amends the following Laws,...
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