Aidy Halimanjaya, PhD
climate change finance | financial governance | sustainable finance | forest finance | energy finance | fiscal policy | monitoring and evaluation | outcome assessment | impact evaluation
I am an economist working in the area of international public finance. My research aims to make financial allocation more equitable and transparent and for fostering positive impacts of institutions on social and environmental development. I combine quantitative and qualitative methods such as statistical and political economy analysis to monitor, assess and evaluation finance spent on land use and green energy projects. I take a role as an expert in many climate projects and global programmes.
PhD in International Development (Economics), University of East Anglia (UK), School of International Development
MSc Public Administration -, Erasmus University (NL). International Management and Public Policy
BA Economics, Padjadjaran University (ID).
BA Business Administration, Parahyangan University (ID).
My research interests are in
climate finance allocation and distribution
forest and land use finance
Green fiscal policies
Political economy analysis
Research impact to policy
Supply chain finance
I am contributing to the World Bank’s climate finance work streams in Indonesia such as supporting budget tagging review and green industry guidelines and the development methodology for monitoring and tracking the impact of land-use and forestry finance on the reduction of GHG emissions: £32.5 million of UK ICF’s Forest, land use and governance (FLAG), £2 million UK Space Agency’s Peatland Assessment in South East Asia by Satellite (PASSES) and Forest 2020 programme.
Research in progress
I am currently working on:
The political dynamics and fiscal policy on Indonesia’s renewable energy sector
An outcome assessment of CIFOR’s Sustainable Wetlands Adaptation and Mitigation Program
OECD’s policy options paper on Enhancing Mitigation and Finance Reporting
IISD’s policy research on Financial Supports for Coal and Renewables in Indonesia
Kemitraan’s technical assistance for Indonesia’s Ministry of Environment and Forestry to establish service unit to channel REDD+ finance