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Industrial Policy in Indonesia A Global Value Chain Perspective This paper traces the evolution of industrial policies in Indonesia from a global value chain (GVC) perspective. As the gains of a country participation in GVC are influenced, among others, by industrial policies, an understanding of both policy leverage and risks is imperative. Using the mineral sector as a mini case study, the paper assesses the Indonesian Government’s recent effort to boost domestic value addition in the sector. It argues that the effectiveness of government policies in maximizing the gains from GVC participation depends not only on policy design, but also on policy consistency and coherence, effective implementation, and coordination.
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