Ahmad Dermawan is a scientist in the Forests and Governance programme at CIFOR. He obtained his Master's degree in Development and Resource Economics from the Agricultural University of Norway. At CIFOR he is involved in research on economic crisis, decentralisation, forest industry, Asia Pacific timber trade, timber plantations, financial governance and corruption. His main geographical expertise is Indonesia and South East Asia in general.
Climate change mitigation
Globalised trade and investment
Key areas of expertise
Forest policy, forest industry, timber plantations, forest finance, trade, investment, corruption
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