Regional labour markets during deregulation in Indonesia: have the outer islands been left behind?
Indonesian labour markets have undergone a major transformation over the past 30 years, especially on Java since liberalisation gathered pace in the mid 1980s. The paper focuses on regional dimensions of these changes. In contrast to emerging interregional disparities in some other countries, it finds that employment structure has changed markedly and real wages risen in most Outer Island provinces since 1987. While wage growth has been more rapid in Java-Bali, labour in the Outer Island...[Show more]
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