Prof. Iwan Jaya Azis Cornell January 2009 Curriculum Vitae Prof. Iwan Jaya Azis Cornell University Office: - West Sibley Hall, Room 213 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853, USA

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    January 2009

    Curriculum Vitae Prof. Iwan Jaya Azis Cornell University Office: - West Sibley Hall, Room 213 Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853, USA Tel:607-255-4271; Fax: 607-255-1971

    E-mail: ija1@cornell.edu Homepages: http://www.iwanazis.net

    http://www.johnson.cornell.edu/faculty/profiles/Azis/ http://www.crp.cornell.edu/people/profile.mgi?f=ija1&g=r

    Home: 7 Lowell Pl, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA; ______________________________________________________________________________ EDUCATION PHd 1983 Cornell University, Ithaca, New York MSc 1982 Cornell University, Ithaca, New York B.A 1978 Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia (FEUI) WORKING EXPERIENCE

    1976-77 Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Economics University of Indonesia (FEUI) 1978-1982 Lecturer, Faculty of Economics University of Indonesia (FEUI) 1979-1982 Researcher, Institute for Economic & Social Research (LPEM), Faculty of Economics Univesity of Indonesia 1982 Visiting Lecturer, Cornell University 1983 Visiting Assistant Professor, Cornell University 1983-1993 Research Associate, Institute for Economic & Social Research (LPEM), Faculty of Economics Univesity of Indonesia 1984-1993 Chairman, Department of Economics, Faculty of Economics University of Indonesia (FEUI) 1984- 1993 Head, Department of Economics in the Graduate Faculty, University of Indonesia (FPSUI) 1986 Visiting Professor, International Institute for Studies and Training, MITI-Japan. 1987-1993 Director, Inter-University Center for Economics University of Indonesia (IUC-EC-UI) 1987-1989 Member, Research Department (LP3E) Indonesia's Chamber of Commerce 1990-2002 Economic Forecaster in the LINK World Econometric Group 1992: Committee Member, Working Group on the World Economic Outlook, 1993-2000, CDP-United Nations, Geneva. 1992 -2002: Adjunct Professor, Regional Science and City and Regional Planning, Cornell University 1996-2005: Professor, Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia 2000 -2004: Visiting Professor, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University 1995/96 & 1997 Senior Consultant, Research Triangle Institute (RTI), North Carolina. 1999-January 2003: Visiting Scholar, Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo (for summer and winter semester)

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    2001-2004 (each summer) and 2007 (September-December): Visiting Scholar, Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo 2003-now: Research Consultant, Indonesian Central Bank (Bank Indonesia)

    2005-now: Adjunct Professor, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University 2003-now: Professor, Regional Science and CRP, Cornell University 2004 (winter): Visiting Professor, Australian National University 2004- January 2005: Visiting Professor, Gakushuin University, Tokyo-Japan 2005-now Director of Graduate Study, Regional Science, Cornell University 2006-now President, Regional Science and Economic Research Network (RSERN) 2007-now Graduate Committee of the Graduate School, Cornell University (member) FELLOWSHIPS, RESEARCH GRANTS AND RECOGNITION - US-State Department, International Student Leader Program (1975) - United Nations Center for Regional Development, Nagoya (Spring 1979) - The Ford Foundation, 1979 - The World Bank, 1981 - The USAID, 1982-1983 - Asia & Pacific Development Center, Kuala Lumpur, 1986 - Japan's Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI), Fall 1986 - Eisenhower Exchange Foundation, USA (Spring, 1989) - Netherlands Universities Foundation For International Cooperation (NUFFIC) and Erasmus University (Rotterdam), Spring 1990 - International Development Research Center, IDRC of Canada (1989-1990) - Salzburg Conference-USAID, Austria, 1993 - World Bank, through the Inter-University Center for Economics (1992-93) IPS & ISEAS, Singapore, July 1992 - Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, for a research on modeling the sequence of the Asian financial crisis and counterfactual simulations (2000-2001). - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington DC, for preparing a manuscript on the role of

    institutions in a crisis (1999) - Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, for a research on corporate behavior and macroeconomic vulnerability (2000-2002), for a research on linking financial crisis and poverty, on quantifying the perspectives of the IMF and alternative views on the Asian financial crisis, on current account and capital account liberalization (2001-2002), and on macroeconomic policy and poverty (2007)

    - World Bank-IFPRI, Washington DC, for a research on modeling the financial crisis (2000-2001). - Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, for a research on current account and capital account liberalization (2001-2002) - Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, - Institute for Advance Studies, United Nations University, for research on Sustainable Development Project (1999- 2001) - The Heritage Foundation, Washington D.C (1990-2002), International Expert - The Heritage Foundation, Washington D.C (2003-), U.S Experts - Ford Foundation and the New School University, New York, for research on Globalization, Growth and Distribution (2000-2002) - Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, for a research on Modeling External Liberalization, (2001-2002) - Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, Coordinator of a research on Sequencing Trade and Financial Liberalization in China, (2001-2002) - Center for International Development (CID), Harvard University, research on modeling financial crisis (2001) - Foundation for Sustainable National Income Research, The Hague, The Netherlands, (2003-) selected member of Committee of Recommendation - International Food Policy Research Institute (2003-2004), for a research on modeling the impact of macroeconomic policies on agricultural sector and socio-economic indicators -Initiative for Policy Dialogue, Columbia University and the DESA-United Nations (2004-) -Listed in the AcademicKeys Who's Who in Business Higher Education

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    -United Nations Development Program (UNDP), The Impact of Higher Oil Price on the Macroeconomic and Poverty Conditions in Asia Pacific Countries (2005-2006) -Award: Distinguished Scholar in Regional Science, Financial Economics, and Economic Modeling, awarded during the 13th International Conference on Advances in Management (ICAM) at the Instituto Superior de Ciencias do Trabalho e da Empresa (ISCTE) Business School, Lisbon, Portugal, July 21, 2006. - Principal researcher, Debt Management sponsored by Initiates for Policy Dialogue, Columbia University, New York, 2006 -Award: best paper on Regional Financial Arrangement, in the IX Symposium on Decision Making, Vina del Mar, Chile, August 3-6, 2007. -Advisory role in the DIG research on Financing Scheme for Housing for The Poor, funded by Gates Foundation -Research and travel grant, Southeast Asian Program, Cornell University, 2006-7 -Advisor for the central bank project on Construction of Financial Social Accounting Matrix, (2006-2008) -Asian Development Bank Institute, for research on Macroeconomic Policy and Poverty (2007-2008) -United National Development Program (UNDP) for research on Institutional Factors in Decentralization. (2008-2009) MEMBERSHIP: - American Economic Association (1983-) - Indonesian Economists Association, (1978-) - East Asian Economic Association (1997-) - Eisenhower Foundation, ex-fellow - LINK World Econometric Group (1990-) - Pacific Economic Outlook - PECC (1991-2003) - International Symposium on the Analytic Hierarchy Process(1994-) - Pan-African Studies and Research Center in International Relations and Education for Development (1997-2002) - Peace Science Society (1996-) - University Seminar on Southeast Asia in World Affairs (1997-2001), Columbia University - Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies, Tokyo International University (editor) - Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, Australian National University (international editor) - Journal of Education for Business (consulting editor) - Fernand Braudel Institute of World Economics, Sao Paolo, Brazil (since 1998) - Economists Allied for Arms Reduction ECAAR (1997-). - Southeast Asia program, Cornell University, Executive Committee - Rural Development Research Consortium, University of California, Berkeley(2003-) -Foundation for Sustainable National Income Research, The Hague, The Netherlands, (2003-) -Bulletin of Monetary Economic and Banking, Advisory Board -UNCTADs Knowledge Network on Debt Management, Member -Indonesian Regional Science Association (IRSA), Advisory Board -Field of Public Affairs, CIPA-Cornell University, member -International Conference on Advances in Management (member) -Center for Local Government Innovation (CLGI), Board o Trustees (member) -Debt Network, United Nations Commission for Trade and Development (UNCTAD)-member -Asian Peace Science Network (APSN), founder -Regional Science and Economic Research Network (RSERN), President CONSULTING

    1989 & 1996: Macroeconomist/Consultant to the Asian Development Bank (ADB), on Macroeconomic Forecasting for Asian Development Outlook, Manila (January) 1989-1991: Member of the Consulting Team, Ministry of Industry, Republic of Indonesia 1992 Short-term Consultant for the Government of Columbia on "Impact of Increased Oil Revenues." 1995/96 & 1997: Senior Consultant, on "Strengthening Local Finance" for the Research Triangle Institute (RTI), North Carolina.

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    1994: The World Bank and HIID, "Manejo De Una Bonanza Petrolera: Lecciones Pa