I am a lecturer as well as a researcher at the Graduate Program in Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia. I received my Ph.D. in economics from the University of Indonesia in 2006 after completing my master degree program in economics at the same university with a Cum Laude. I earned my B.S. in mathematics from Bogor Agricultural University where I started falling in mathematics and led me deep into mathematical economics. I have been teaching at the Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia since 2002 in both graduate and undergraduate programs. My teaching interests cover mathematical economics, statistics for economics, econometrics, energy economics, regional economics, and economic modeling.
I have conducted many researches, trainings, and consulting activities for government agencies, private and foreign institutions. As a researcher, I have published a number of working papers and articles. Some of which were published in Working Paper in Trade and Development at the Arndt-Corden Division of Economics (Australian National University); Journal of Indonesian Economy and Business; Economics and Finance in Indonesia; Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies; International Research Journal of Finance and Economics; European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Science; and Energy Policy. My research interests cover the economy-wide impact of energy policies as well as regional and economic development. My another specialty is on the computable general equilibrium modeling.