Dr. Silvi Hafianti, S.E., M.Com.

Research Interest

  • Household Economic Analysis
  • Impact Evaluation 
  • Applied Econometrics
  • Health Economics

Biography

Dr. Silvi Hafianti, S.E., M.Com., graduated with honors in Economics from Universitas Gadjah Mada in 2004, earned a Master of Commerce in Economics from the University of Melbourne in 2007, and completed her Doctorate in Economics at Universitas Gadjah Mada in 2022. Her expertise and dedication to advancing economic knowledge establish her as a respected figure in academia and the field of economics.

Award

Year

Award/Grant Name

Source of Award

2010

One Common Future (OCF) Fellow

Volkswagen Stiftung

2009

Netherland Fellowship Program

 

2006

Postgraduate Merit Scholarship

University of Melbourne

 

Research Activity and Highlighted Project

Year

Title

Partners (if any)

2019-2020

The Impact of Climate Variability on Social Inequality in Indonesia

Agence Française de Développement (AFD)

2019

Developing SDG Toolkit for SDG Implementation

German Development Institute

Selected Publication

Pacillo, G., Viet, C. N., Hafianti, S., Abanokova, K., Dang, H. A., Achicanoy Estrella, H. A., & Läderach, P. (2020). Who bears the burden of climate variability? A comparative analysis of the impact of weather conditions on inequality in Vietnam and Indonesia. AFD Research Paper.

Pacillo, G., Viet, C. N., Hafianti, S., Abanokova, K., Dang, H. A., Achicanoy Estrella, H. A., & Läderach, P. (2020). The Impact of Climate Variability on Inequality: Evidence from Indonesia. AFD Research Paper.

Caraka, R. E., Hafianti, S., Hidayati, S., Wilie, B., & Muztahid, M. R. (2019). Identifying indicators of household indebtedness by provinces. Ninth Res. Dive Dev. Househ Vulnerability9, 10-15.

Hafianti, S., & Brugger, S. (2010). Integración financiera regional de la Zona del Este Asiático y la de América Latina y el Caribe. Integración, 70.

 

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