Stanislaus Risadi Apresian
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- Thesis title: The Political Economy of Climate Change Adaptation: Indonesia in the post-Paris Agreement Era
- Supervisor: Dr Adam Tyson
I started my PhD program at School of Politics and International Studies in October 2019 funded by the Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP) Scholarship. I am a lecturer at International Relations Department, Parahyangan Catholic University and a researcher at Parahyangan Center for International Studies (PACIS). I have been a lecturer and a researcher since 2014. I received my MA (2013) and BA (2010) in International Relations at Gadjah Mada University.
My research project focuses on the Political Economy of Climate Change Adaptation: Indonesia in the post-Paris Agreement Era. Climate Change Adaptation is not merely about the technical issue of what measures should be done to improve the adaptive capability of the vulnerable people, but it involves political and economic aspects. The improvement process through the national adaptation plan seems marginalising some vulnerable groups and this issue becomes my concern. I am also interested in international environmental politics and international political economy issues. I have conducted several research projects about the development of Indonesian palm oil industry, climate change challenges in Asia Pacific region, the Indonesia – European Union Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement, and ASEAN Economic Community. You can read several articles that I have published.
- MA International Relations (UGM)
- BA International Relations (UGM)