The loan will address short-term constraints in the research and innovation sector while supporting Indonesian efforts to evolve into a knowledge-based economy.
The Government of Indonesia has made innovation and the development of an effective Science, Technology, and Innovation (STI) system a priority area. However, the sector suffers from low availability of resources (especially advanced human capital), low productivity, and insufficient allocation of resources. The Research and Innovation in Science and Technology Project (RISET) will address short-term constraints, especially relating to human resources, while providing support for an overall policy framework that supports effective innovation and medium- and long-term institutional reforms.
The project profile contains an overview of the project, financial details, and a list of project documents related to the project.
The restructuring paper lays out the changes made to the project's objectives and components.
The paper examines Indonesia's current R&D performance and considers recurrent levels of spending on R&D and how the spending is administered.
The report presents contextual and project information needed to approve the project.