Dr. Niluh Widyaningsih, S.E., M.Si., M.Sc.

Faculty of BioManagement

Research Interest

Dr. Niluh Widyaningsih, S.E., M.Si., M.Sc.


Dr. Niluh Widyaningsih received her Bachelor degree on Economic Sciences from Catholic University of Parahyangan, Bandung. She then pursued her master degree at University of Indonesia (Economic Planning and Development Policy). She worked as a Research Analyst at Public Works Department for few years and moved to New York to continue her Ph.D. at Economics at SUNY-Binghamton. She also received a Master degree at Global Affairs from Rutgers University – State University of New Jersey. 

Dr. Widya has had some work experiences on market research from the USA company. She also received the Doctoral degree from University of Indonesia with the Cum Laude award on Environmental Science focusing on Environmental Economics. Her interests are on Economic and the linkage with the environment especially on waste management systems. She was responsible for the master planning for the waste bank in Indonesia while she became the senior consultant for one of the state-owned companies in Indonesia. Prior to joining i3L, she was assigned as the head faculty at TM College-NCUK.


Year Award Source
2nd Winner for the Best Presenter
The 4th International Conf. Planning in the Era of Uncertainty-Bringing the Rural-Urban Development
Doctoral: Cum Laude Award
University of Indonesia

Research Activity and Highlighted Project

Year Title Partners
Average Income and Repayment Debt in a Society of Waste Pickers
Waseda University
Model Penerapan Konsep CSR melalui Bank Sampah untuk Mengurangi Sampah Kota dan Meningkatkan Pendapatan Keluarga Miskin
Esa Unggul University
Waste Management System Based on Society and Geography Condition
Esa Unggul University

Selected Publication

Widyaningsih, N., & Sasaki, S. (2020). Mapping of Waste Planning Based and Society and Geographic Conditions. Geoplanning: Journal of Geomatics and Planning, 7(1), 47-56.

Sasaki, S., Watanabe, K., Widyaningsih, N., and Araki, T., (2018). Collecting and Dealing of Recyclable in a Final Disposal Site and Surrounding Slum Residence: The Case of Bantar Gebang, Indonesia. Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management, 21(2), 375-393.

Widyaningsih, N., Tjiptoherijanto, P., Widanarko, S., and Seda, F. (2015). Linkage Model between Sustainable Consumption and Household Waste Management. Elsevier: Procedia Environmental Sciences, 28, 195-203.


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