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Dewa Gede Sidan Raeskyesa, M.Sc.

Dewa Gede Sidan Raeskyesa, M.Sc.

Dewa Gede Sidan Raeskyesa M.Sc.

Where to find me?

Building D4 (Entrance B)
Room D4.2.254

Attention: Public access to the Institute is only available through the Department of Socioeconomics front office in Building D4, Level 3.

About me

Dewa Gede Sidan Raeskyesa is a Teaching and Research Associate at the Department of Socioeconomics and a member of the Institute for International Political Economy, Vienna University of Economics and Business. He holds an MSc in International Economics from Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz and graduated from the Advanced Studies Program in International Economic Policy Research at the Kiel Institute for the World Economy, Germany. His main research interests lie in globalization and development issues such as foreign direct investment and inequality.

Before joining the institute in May 2022, he gained experience in research and teaching activities by working as an economics lecturer in Indonesia. Also, he participated in a research project on special economic zones and inequality at the Kiel Center for Globalization. Afterward, he worked as a Foreign Direct Investment Consultant, helping several international organizations and governments design a strategy to attract FDI and choose the best location for their investment decision.

Apart from research and teaching activities, he enjoys long-distance running.


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Teaching in the summer semester 2024

Teaching in the winter semester 2023/24

Teaching in the summer semester 2023


Find detailed information about Sidan Raeskyesa's publications and research activities:

Sidan Raeskyesa at WU Research

Chapter in edited volume

2019 Raeskyesa, Dewa Gede Sidan. 2019. Commentary on Recent Developments in 34 Indonesian Provinces (DKI Jakarta) In: Annual Competitiveness Analysis and Impact Estimation of Welfare Spending on Fiscal Sustainability of Sub-National Economies of Indonesia. Hrsg. Khee Giap, Tan, Liew Wan Yin, Doris, Handoko, Clarice. Read more

Journal article

2023 Hornok, Cecilia, Raeskyesa, Dewa Gede Sidan. 2023. Economic zones and local income inequality: Evidence from Indonesia. Read more
2021 Hasudungan, Albert, Raeskyesa, Dewa Gede Sidan. 2021. The Relationship between Oil Palm Expansion and Income Inequality in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand: International Trade Insights. Read more
2021 Hasudungan, Albert, Raeskyesa, Dewa Gede Sidan, Lukas, Erica Novianti, Ramadhanti, Fati. 2021. Analysis of the Tourism Sector in Indonesia using Input-Output and Error-Corrections Model Approach. Read more
2020 Raeskyesa, Dewa Gede Sidan. 2020. Sectoral Growth and Income Inequality in ASEAN-5 Countries: Case of Low-Middle Income Economies. Read more
2020 Raeskyesa, Dewa Gede Sidan, Suryandaru, Reinardus Adhiputra. 2020. Competitiveness and FDI Inflows in ASEAN Member Countries. Read more
2020 Dewa, Made Handijaya, Raeskyesa, Dewa Gede Sidan, Ali, Alavi, Nugraha, I Dewa Made Agung Kerta. 2020. Social Capital as Main Pillar for Tourism Industry. Read more
2019 Raeskyesa, Dewa Gede Sidan, Lukas, Erica Novianti. 2019. Does Digitalization Increase Economic Growth? Evidence from ASEAN 8 Countries. Read more
2019 Raeskyesa, Dewa Gede Sidan, Suryandaru, Reinardus Adhiputra, Kadarusman, Yohanes Berenika. 2019. Analysis on Growth Pattern and Economic Sectors in Bali Province. Read more
2018 Raeskyesa, Dewa Gede Sidan. 2018. What We Talk About When We Talk About Development? A Review. Read more

Working Paper/Preprint

2022 Hornok, Cecília, Raeskyesa, Dewa Gede Sidan. 2022. Economic Zones and Local Income Inequality: Evidence from Indonesia. Read more