This book assesses the impacts of COVID-19 on the Indonesian economy, particularly on employment, education, poverty, trade, and macroeconomy.

The chapters explain how fiscal and monetary stimulus work and the roles of local governments in managing stimulus. It also presents paths to recovery and lessons learned from countries that have found success in mitigating the economic impacts of the pandemic (China, Germany, Singapore, and Vietnam).

This text will be a useful reference for policy makers, scholars, students, and public audience working or interested in the fields of development economics, trade, health economics, economics, and East Asia.

The Open Access version of this book, available at www.taylorfrancis.com, has been made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 license.

chapter 1|11 pages


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chapter 2|34 pages

The Indonesian Economy in the time of COVID-19

Saving Lives and Livelihoods?
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chapter 4|30 pages

Walking a Thin Line

Fiscal Policy in Managing the Pandemic
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chapter 5|26 pages

COVID-19 in Indonesia

The Significance of Social Safety Nets
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chapter 6|25 pages

Mitigating COVID-19 in Indonesia

The Roles of Local Governments
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chapter 7|29 pages

Off the Cliff and Back

An Anatomy of China's Trade amid the COVID-19 Pandemic
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chapter 8|24 pages

Policy Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Case of Germany
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chapter 9|20 pages

COVID-19 Impacts and Recovery

Lessons Learned from Singapore
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chapter 10|22 pages

COVID-19 in Viet Nam

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