Indonesia. An IT Profile. MIS 680 Fall 2004 Rick Fenster Steve Dudas Marty Gagnier Carolyn Moroz. The People. Over 238 million people in 2004 (4 th largest country in the world) 1.5% annual population growth rate Median age is approximately 26 Life expectancy around 70 years
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An IT Profile
MIS 680 Fall 2004
Note: Due to election rules, the number of seats won does not always correspond to the number of votes received.
3 different leaders between 1998 and 2004
First Free Elections
The Sukarno era
New Order Gov’t of Suharto
End of Suharto Dictatorship
Almost 55 years after Independence is declared from the Dutch before the first truly democratic free elections are held.
GDP shown as purchasing power parity (in billions)
GDP Per Capita shown as purchasing power parity
Source: Central Bureau of Statistics, Indonesia.
•Terrorism (Bali / Jarkarta Embassy)
•Transition from authoritarianism to elected governments
•Banking sector reforms
•Cronyism and corruption
•Human rights violations by military and police
1. Challenges due to geography (see map)
2. Lack of funding.
3. Overregulation and Monopolies.
Source: Indonesia Internet Service Provider Association (APJII)
Source: CIA Factbook and www.american.edu
Source: CIA Factbook
Source: Global Information Technology and Electronic Commerce, Palvia/Palvia/Roche
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