Namira Samir

PhD in Development Policy & Management, The University of Manchester

Topik Penelitian : Credit, Capabilities, and The Market



Bidang Keilmuan: Multidisciplinary



Money or Medium? Women, Informality, and the Role of Political Institutions, Economic & Political Weekly (EPW), Vol. 56, Issue 17, 24 April 2021

Artikel populer ilmiah / opiniere

 1) Is Metaverse A New Threat to Higher Education?, 22 Jan 2022, The Jakarta Post

2) Aliens In Their Own Land: COVID-19 and Economic Exclusion, 10 May 2021, The Justice Institute (also re-published by LSE Blog)

3) Data Innovation and the Informal Economy: A Capability Approach Narrative, CesPI – Centro Studi di Politica Internazionale

4) Pandemic Showcases Indonesia’s Systemic Gender Inequality, 15 Dec 2020, The Jakarta Post (also re-published by LSE Blog)

5) Prisoners of Identity, The World Financial Review, Nov-Dec 2020 Edition

6) Growth that Celebrates Inequality, The World Financial Review, Sep-Oct 2020 Edition

7) The Disparity of Gig Economy and Rural-Urban Poverty, 15 Sep 2020, The Jakarta Post (also re-published by LSE Blog)

8) Economic Heroes in time of Coronavirus, 27 Mar 2020, The Jakarta Post

9) Hidden Lesson About Poverty and Pride From ‘Parasite’, 20 Feb 2020, The Jakarta Post

10) Caveats in Multidimensional Poverty Index, 17 Dec 2019, The Jakarta Post

11) A Poor Mindset of Poverty Thinking, 25 Sep 2019, CesPI – Centro Studi di Politica Internazionale

12) Green Sukuk May Support Equality in Development, 10 Aug 2019, The Jakarta Post

13) Blockchain, Poverty and Time Travel to 2030, The World Financial Review, Jul-Aug 2019 Edition

14) Making Economics More Human and Alleviating Poverty with Islamic Finance, 04 Apr 2019, CesPI – Centro Studi di Politica Internazionale

15) Minding the Poverty Gap in Indonesia with Geography, 25 Mar 2019, The Jakarta Post

16) Making Zakat and Aid Work in Poor Economics, Islamic Finance News (Vol. 16 Issue 04), 30 Jan 2019

17) Gender Gaps in the Economic Sphere: Is Indonesia Making Progress?, The World Financial Review, Jan-Feb 2019 Edition

18) Empowering Lives With Zakat: Why We Need More Transparency and Innovation, The World Financial Review, Jan-Feb 2019 Edition

19) Using blockchain for poverty alleviation, 7 Jan 2019, The Jakarta Post

20) Starting from the bottom: A tale of the Informal Economy and Inequality, 16 Nov 2018, Asia Times

21) Promoting Inclusivity to Close the Gender Gap, 1 Nov, 2018, The Jakarta Post

22) Expansionary Fiscal Policy and Gender Inequality in Indonesia, 12 Oct, 2018, Asia Times

23) Blockchain – What’s in it for the Global Goals?, 13 Aug, 2018, The Jakarta Post

24) Women and Islamic Microfinance, 26 Mar, 2018, The Jakarta Post

25) Integrate Waqf, Sukuk, and Microfinance, 19 Dec, 2017, The Jakarta Post 

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