A highly distinguished and diverse faculty
In order to guarantee that the programs offered at the School of Government and Public Policy (SGPP-Indonesia) are internationally valid as well as regionally focused, the recruitment policy of the school's faculty draws equally on distinguished foreign and Indonesian academics, lecturers, and practitioners to form a truly interdisciplinary, professionally, and culturally diverse faculty.
Abuzar Asra is Indonesian. He obtained a B.Sc. (statistics) from the Academy of Statistics, Indonesia; an M.Sc. (biostatistics) from the University of Michigan, USA; and a Ph.D. (Development Economics) from the Griffith University, Australia. He is a Research Professor at the Central Agency of Statistics, Indonesia and part-time lecturer at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Indonesia, Jakarta.
Olivier Borraz is French. He is senior fellow at CNRS (France) based at the Center for the Sociology of Organizations (www.cso.edu), and professor at Sciences Po Paris (France). He holds a PhD in sociology and a habilitation in political science. He began his career by studying transformations in local government, before moving to the study of risk governance. He initially focused on environmental and health risks, but has since widened his interests to urban risks, nuclear safety, crisis management, and the diffusion of risk-based approaches.
Karen Coelho is Indian. She is an Urban Anthropologist working as Assistant Professor at the Madras Institute of Development Studies (MIDS), Chennai, focusing on reforms in municipal governance, informal labour, urban ecologies, and urban civil society. Teaches modules on History of Development Thought and Ethnographic and Qualitative Methods at MIDS.
Bharat Dahiya is Indian. He has over 15 years of professional experience in international urban development practice, policy analysis and applied research. He has initiated, led, designed and managed technical assistance and operational projects on sustainable urban development, planning and governance. From 2002 to 2013, he worked with the World Bank, United Nations Human Settlements Programme, the Asian Development Bank, and United Nations Development Programme. During 1995-1996, he worked on urban research projects with the National Institute of Urban Affairs, and the National Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies in New Delhi. In 2012-2013, he was an Adjunct Faculty at the Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok. He is a Visiting Fellow at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok.
Area Head of Organization and Bargaining
Erhard Friedberg is Austrian. He has had a long experience in directing and developing advanced research and teaching institutions. From 1992 to 2007, he was the director of the Center for the Sociology of Organizations in Paris, which is the cradle of the French School of Organizational Analysis. From 1992 to 2006, he was the director of a graduate degree program in Organizational Analysis at Sciences Po Paris, and from 2006 until 2012, he has been the co-founder and then director of the Master’s in Public Affairs at Sciences Po, a member of the Global Public Policy Network (GPPN) linking innovative graduate policy-programs in the US, Europe, Asia, and Latin America.
Dr.Eric Jean Garcia research interests are on leadership education and ethics, critical management studies and HRM, and conducted several projects in this area to explore how French and British MBAs conceive their education about leadership with the aim of conceptualizing a framework of critical analysis of business programs.
Gairuzazmi M Ghani is currently Associate Professor of Economics at the International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), where he also served as the Deputy Director (Teaching and Learning Technologies) of the Centre for Professional Development, IIUM. He is also the Associate Editor for the International Journal of Economics, Management and Accounting. He received his PhD, M.A and BSc. from the University of Southern California. He teaches international trade and development as well as microeconomic and macroeconomic theory. His research interests are energy economics, international trade and development, complexity economics and Islamic economics. He has also been associated with the Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia in the development of the National Higher Education Plan, and has participated in the development of Science and Technology indicators for Malaysia.
Mary E. Hilderbrand is American. She has spent most of her career to this point at Harvard University. Currently an Associate at the Center for International Development at Harvard, she spent 12 years as a Fellow in the International Development at the John F. Kennedy School of Government. She has directed a number of Harvard Kennedy School projects relating to capacity building and assistance to higher education institutions in developing countries, especially in support of professional public policy and management education.
Glen Hyman is American. His researches focuse on nature and cities, both in UNESCO Biosphere Reserves, and in Urban Protected Areas more broadly. He is a founding contributor to UNPEC (Urban National Parks in Emerging Countries and Cities), a four-year interdisciplinary program of applied research on Cape Town, Mumbai, Nairobi, and Rio and their respective Urban National Parks, funded by the French National Research Agency.
Diana Mangalagiu is Romanian and French. She has a dual background, in both natural sciences (Ph.D. Artificial Intelligence, MSc Physics), and social sciences (MSc Sociology, MSc Management). Combining modeling, social experimentation and foresight techniques, Ms. Mangalagiu studies how environmental and economic policies in corporate and public policy settings can be articulated in order to improve the sustainability of policies.
Yves Morieux is French, and is living in India. He is Senior Partner and Managing Director of the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), and leader of the firm’s Institute for Organization. He is an economist and a sociologist. Dr Morieux joined BCG in 1995 in the Paris office and recently transferred to the firm’s Mumbai office. He advises CEOs and executive teams of business and public organizations in Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the U.S.
Raymond Saner is Swiss and professor at Basle University, and teaches at Sciences Po, Paris. He has been a reviewer of research projects and partner of research consortia for the Swiss National Science Foundation and the International Institute of Administrative Sciences, Brussels. His last research project financed by the Swiss Science Foundation focused on Inter-ministerial coordination for trade policy making at central government level (2006–2008) and his current research project (member of research consortia) focuses on the impact of funding of global health through private funding sources (2012–2014).
Area Head of Economic and Global Affairs
Francesco Saraceno is Italian. He is senior economist at OFCE-Sciences Po. He holds Ph.Ds in Economics from Columbia University and La Sapienza University of Rome. His main research interests include the relationship between inequality and macroeconomic performance, European macroeconomic policies, and the interaction between structural reforms, fiscal and monetary policies.
Tim Scudder is American and the chief executive officer of Personal Strengths Publishing, Inc. He is in the dissertation stage of a PhD in Human and Organizational Systems. He has consulted with the organization development, training, and human resources departments of many corporate, government, military, education, and not-for-profit organizations. He is the co-author of Have a Nice Conflict.
Professor Storper is American. His research and teaching interests fall into five, closely linked, areas: Economic geography, meaning the forces that affect the ways the economy organizes itself in geographical space; Globalization, meaning the ever-increasing geographical scale of economic processes, and some of the associated processes of change in the scale at which management of firms, markets, and institutions operate; Technology as a force in structuring economic geography and globalization; Regions, especially city regions; and Economic development: economic geography is a strong way into examining the process of economic development.
Guy Stuart is American, and the Executive Director of Microfinance Opportunities, a non-governmental organization that provides consumer research and education services to financial service providers targeting low-income individuals and households. From 1998 to 2011, Guy was a Lecturer in Public Policy at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He taught courses on operations management, organization theory, and microfinance.
Yves Tiberghien (Ph.D. Stanford University, 2002) is the Director of the Institute for Asian Research (IAR) and an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of British Columbia. He is also a Faculty Associate at the Center for Chinese Research, at the Center for Japanese Research, and at the Institute for European Studies at UBC, as well as a Research Associate at the Asia Centre (Science Po Paris).
Kent Weaver is American and a senior fellow in the Governance Studies Program at the Brookings Institution. He received his Ph.D. in Political Science from Harvard University. Kent Weaver's major fields of interest are comparative social policy, comparative political institutions, and the politics of expertise. He is particularly interested in understanding how political institutions, past policy choices and the motivations of politicians interact to shape public policy choices. Much of his work has attempted to understand when and why politicians undertake actions that appear to offer more political risks than rewards, and how they attempt to avoid blame when they do so.
Dr. N. Hassan Wirajuda is Indonesian. He was the Foreign Minister of Indonesia from 2001 to 2009. Currently he is member of the Council of Presidential Advisors of the Republic of Indonesia and the editor-in chief of Strategic Review — The Indonesian Journal of Leadership, Policy and World Affairs. He is also patron to the Institute for Peace and Democracy (IPD)–the implementing agency of the Bali Democracy Forum, and member of the Global Commission on Elections, Democracy and Security chaired by Kofi Annan.