Dr. Poppy Sulistyaning Winanti
- ASPAC : East Asia, Southeast Asia, and Pacific
- Political Economy and Development
S.IP dalam Ilmu Hubungan Internasional (Universitas Gadjah Mada)
MPP in International Relations (Korea Development Institute)
MSc in Politics of the World Economy (London School of Economics and Political Science)
PhD in Politics (University of Glasgow)
Teaching & Academic Activities
|International Undergraduate Program||
|Graduate program||Sistem Hak Kekayaan Intelektual Internasional|
Analisis Mata Rantai Industri Kelapa Sawit dan Distorsi Harga untuk Petani Swadaya di Indonesia (2018)
Riset Aksi Dinamika Politik Pengembangan Dana Abadi Migas Kabupaten Bojonegoro (2017)
Sektor Jasa Indonesia Menghadapi Tantangan Global: Peta Permasalahan dan Isu Strategis (2017)
Indeks Daya Saing Sektor Jasa Indonesia di 34 Provinsi (2017)
Pseudo Resource Nationalism: Explaining Indonesia’s Approach to Foreign Investment in Mining Industry (2017)
Paradigmn Shift in International Economic Law Rule-Making (2017)
Extractive Industry, Policy Innovations and Civil Society Movement in Southeast Asia: An
How far can Indonesia Go? Utilizing TSIA on the would-be TPP Impact for Indonesia (2017)
The ‘Bandung Spirit’ and Solidarist Internationallism. (2016)
Towards an Integrated Aid for Trade and Trade Facilitation Framework: Logistics Management Reform in Indonesia. (2016)
Poppy S. Winanti & Muhammad Rum (Eds.). (2018) 50 Years of Amity and Enmity: The Politics of ASEAN Coorperation, Yogyakarta: UGM. Press ISBN: 978-602-386-292-4
Extractive Industry, Policy Innovations and Civil Society Movement in Southeast: Introduction. (2017)
Corporate Power in Global Economic Institutions: the Case Studies of the MAI and the TRIPs Agreement. (2012)
Indonesia’s Approach to Trade Relations with Australia: IA-CEPA and RCEP Negotiations. (2018)
Value Chain Governance in Export Commodities: the Case of Indonesia. (2014)
Ekspansi Global Industri Farmasi India. (2013)
“Indonesia and Trade Initiatives: The Challenge Ahead”, Conference on Indonesian Foreign Policy 2016 Finding Indonesia’s Place in the Brave New World, organized by Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI), Jakarta 17 September 2016.
“Regulatory Framework on IPR in Indonesia: Overview and Preliminary Assessment on the TPPA’s IP Chapter”, Conference on “21st Century Regionalism, Mega FTAs, and Asian Regional Integration: Implications of TPP for ASEAN and East Asian Countries”, organized by Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), Bangkok, 5 June 2016.
“How far can Indonesia go for the TPP?”, Conference on “Trans-Pacific Partnership: A Paradigm Shift in International Trade Regulation?” jointly organised by the Centre for Financial Regulation and Economic Development (CFRED), Faculty of Law, the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) and the Asia WTO Research Network (AWRN) (Hong Kong, May 16-18 2016, co-author with Riza Noer Arfani.
“Opportunities and Challenges in Developing a New Breakthrough in Natural Resources Governance in ASEAN”, the 57th International Studies Association (ISA), Atlanta 16 – 19 March 2016, co-author with Hasrul Hanif.
“Should Indonesia Join the TPP or Not?” IDEAS Forum “TPP: Will America Bully Us?” Kuala Lumpur, 31 October 2015.
“Can ASEAN Achieve a Single Market and Production Base? A Global Value Chain (GVC) Analysis”, the International Conference on ASEAN Studies (ICONAS) 2, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, 3-5 August 2015.
“Does Indonesia Have What It Takes to be a Global Trade Player?” Conference on Indonesian Foreign Policy (CIFP), Jakarta, 13 June 2015
“Mapping and Evaluating De-radicalization and Disengagement Programs in ASEAN”, Regional Workshop on Encountering Violent Radicalism in ASEAN, Yogyakarta 2 April 2015.
“Transnational Advocacy for Governance Reform in Extractive Industries in ASEAN: Effectiveness and Influences”, International Conference on ASEAN Studies (ICONAS) 2014, Yogyakarta, 1 October 2014, co-author with Hasrul Hanif.
“Religious Radicalism in the Post Soeharto Era in Indonesia”, Invited Guest Lecture, The Program in Islamic, Turkish, and Near Eastern Studies of the Institute for Religion, Politics and Culture, Washington College, Maryland, 25 September 2012.
“Towards an ASEAN Economic Community: the Challenges Ahead”, the 6th International Turkish – Asian Congress “Asian Union? Parameters of Politics, Security, Economy and Culture”, Turkish Asian Center for Strategic Studies (TASAM), Istanbul, 7 June 2012
“Coping the Globalisation: The Experiences of Korea and Indonesia, International CV Poppy S. Winanti – January 2017 6 Seminar: Globalization, Democracy, and National Identity: Comparative Views on Korea and Indonesia”, the International Association of Korean Studies in Indonesia (INAKOS), Semarang 22 October 2011
“Explaining Change in Developing Countries’ Intellectual Property Legislation: the Case Studies of Indonesia and India”, Political Studies Association (PSA) UK Conference, London, 21 April 2011
“Great Power Coercion, Authoritative International Institutions, or Domestic Politics? Explaining Change in Developing Countries” Intellectual Property Legislation, Political Studies Association (PSA) New Zealand Conference, University of Waikato, Hamilton, 2 December 2010.
“Complying with Unwelcome International Agreements: External Pressure, Domestic Politics and Indonesia’s Compliance with the TRIPs Agreement”, Political Studies Association (PSA) Graduate Conference, Edinburgh, 29 March 2010.
“Complying with Unwelcome International Agreements: Indonesia’s Compliance with the TRIPs Agreement”, International Law Association (ILA – British Branch) Conference, Oxford, 15 April 2010
Peace Camp Pencegahan dan Penanganan Kekerasan Berbasis Gender di Kampus untuk mahasiswa-mahasiswa di beberapa Universitas DIY. (2018)
Penyuluhan Bank Sampah di Dusun Ngabean, Desa Triharjo, Pandak, Bantul. (2018)
Internasionalisasi Gunung Kidul. (2017)