Red tape holding back quality research in Indonesia
The Jakarta Post
Excessive regulation is hampering research in Indonesia, placing the country far behind other Asian countries in terms of research productivity, a study shows.
Commissioned by Regional Autonomy Watch (KPPOD), the study reveals that cumbersome bureaucratic procedures and uncertain waiting times for obtaining research permits are discouraging research activity, which at the same time continu...
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