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HOW CAPITAL GOODS FIRMS UPGRADE INNOVATION CAPACITY: A CASE STUDY Aminullah, Erman; Prihadyanti, Dian; Nadhiroh, Irene Muflikh; Laksani, Chichi Shintia
Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management Vol 12, No 2 (2014): Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management
Publisher : Pusat Penelitian Perkembangan Iptek, LIPI

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Objective of the research is to reveal how networks upgrade innovation capacity and to derive policy suggestions necessary for enhancing capa-bilities for process improvements and innovations, including interactions between users and producers in capital goods industry. The case study results showed that: i) the main driver of technological learning in the capital goods companies is the vision of top management; ii) product innovation as the improvement of existing product can be the results of informal learning without doing formal R&D activity; iii) the limited co-operative arrangements among producer, supplier and consultant are sufficient for stimulating lower level of innovations, which is new to the firma innovations - rather than new to the market; and iv) the pro-ducers-users interaction in the forms of exchange in goods and infor-mation as well as cooperation will contribute to stimulate innovation in companies. Knowledge sharing through innovation network has a central role in upgrading innovation capacity. It implies that the necessary poli-cies to intensify the wiring innovation network in capital goods industry are: i) the establishment of bridging institution or network broker for training, facilitating and mobilizing of network formation; ii) government financial assistance for hiring external experts/consultant to upgrade the innovation capacity of industry; iii) incentives (i.e.financial compensa-tion, recognition and career advancement) for university and research institute professors working to upgrade the innovation capacity of indus-try; and iv) government consultancy services and/or subsidized consul-tancy services from universities/research institutions to upgrade innova-tion capacity of industry.
Mathematics and statistics related studies in Indonesia using co-authorship network analysis Nadhiroh, Irene Muflikh; Hardiyati, Ria; Amelia, Mia; Handayani, Tri
International Journal of Advances in Intelligent Informatics Vol 4, No 2 (2018): July 2018
Publisher : Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

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Indonesian scholars have published a numbers of articles in numerous international publications, however, it still lags behind other Singapore, Malaysia, and Vietnam. This article performs a bibliometrics analysis and examine the collaboration network in Mathematics and Statistics related subject of scholars with Indonesian affiliation as recorded in Web of Science. In total, based on article publications during 2009-2017, 426 articles were retrieved. Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) was the affiliation with the highest number of articles (48%) and number of authors (27%). Using Social Network Analysis to examine co-authorship networks, this research shows that the co-author network has the highest centrality in the ITB affiliation. Meanwhile, dependency of foreign affiliation is still high, shown as a high percentage (84% of all articles) of international co-authorship. Co-authorship network of Mathematics and Statistics related studies in Indonesia possesses as a scale-free network and followed the power law distribution. This research showed the achievement of Indonesian scholars of Mathematics and Statistics, and can be used to evaluate the knowledge transfer in these subjects and related areas.
The Identification of Research Priority in The Field of Food Security Triyono, Budi; Laksani, Chichi Sinthia; Zulhamdani, Muhammad; Nadhiroh, Irene Muflikh; Ariana, Lutfah
JOURNAL OF SOCIOECONOMICS AND DEVELOPMENT Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Journal of Socioeconomics and Development
Publisher : Publisher of Widyagama University of Malang (UWG Press)

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The development of food security in Indonesia still faces various problems. Dealing with those problems, the role of research and development institutions such as the Indonesia Institute of Sciences (LIPI) is needed. LIPI as a government R & D institution is expected not only to produce knowledge, but also to play an active role in solving various problems of the nation including in the field of food security. The results of the evaluation of LIPI's activities show that it has produced significant and strategic research outputs. However, only a few have been successfully implemented to solve food problems. Therefore, a study of Research Priority Setting (RPS) is needed so that the LIPI research activities program in the future will produce more research outputs that play a role in providing solutions in this food sector. The purpose of this RPS study is to provide direction so that LIPI research in the future can contribute more to solving problems in the food sector. This study starts from the activity stage to identify strategic issues that need to be resolved through R & D activities. This identification activity is carried out through a round table discussion involving stakeholders. The next stage is to determine researches that need to be prioritized by LIPI in the next five years using the Delphi method. From the study, it is concluded that in the next five years LIPI's R & D activities should be focused on: (1) the development of biological organic fertilizer, (2) the development of local food materials, (3) the development of Germplasm, (4) the functional food development, and (5) the development of modern agriculture.  JEL Classification: D24, L26, Q12
A Contextual Scientometric Analysis of Indonesian Biomedicine : Mapping The Potential of Basic Research Downstreaming Hardiyati, Ria; Nadhiroh, Irene Muflikh; Handayani, Tri; Silalahi, V.M. Mesnan; Rahmaida, Rizka; Amelia, Mia
STI Policy and Management Journal Vol 3, No 1 (2018): STI Policy and Management
Publisher : Center for Science and Technology Development Studies, Indonesian Institute of Sciences

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A content analysis on Indonesian biomedical research publication is conducted based on text mining. The research is necessary to obtain a rich contextual overview of the development of biomedicine research in Indonesia for example in the context of the downstreaming potential of research publications. The results of text data processing using a computational model and bibliometric analysis will provide a richer contextual picture as a proxy to reveal the potential for downstreaming of basic research. Quantitative research is conducted using data sources from Scopus, Google Scholar and universities’s and scientific journal’s repository to analyse the performance at the meso and macro level. Interpretation of the results is qualitatively carried out within a FGD session with domain experts. An attempt is carried out to see the trajectory of series of research publications from basic research stage down to clinical trials. This effort results in an ability to show the research trajectory in anti-malaria drug development from the basic research which evolves to the clinical trial. This study reveals many discontinuities in the trajectory a research topic from basic research to downstreaming in drugs development in Indonesia.
How Capital Goods Firms Upgrade Innovation Capacity : A Case Study Aminullah, Erman; Prihadyanti, Dian; Nadhiroh, Irene Muflikh; Laksani, Chichi Shintia
STI Policy and Management Journal Vol 12, No 2 (2014): Warta KIML (Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management)
Publisher : Center for Science and Technology Development Studies, Indonesian Institute of Sciences

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Objective of the research is to reveal how networks upgrade innovation capacity and to derive policy suggestions necessary for enhancing capa-bilities for process improvements and innovations, including interactions between users and producers in capital goods industry. The case study results showed that: i) the main driver of technological learning in the capital goods companies is the vision of top management; ii) product innovation as the improvement of existing product can be the results of informal learning without doing formal R&D activity; iii) the limited co-operative arrangements among producer, supplier and consultant are sufficient for stimulating lower level of innovations, which is 'new to the firma' innovations - rather than 'new to the market'; and iv) the pro-ducers-users interaction in the forms of exchange in goods and information as well as cooperation will contribute to stimulate innovation in companies. Knowledge sharing through innovation network has a central role in upgrading innovation capacity. It implies that the necessary poli-cies to intensify the wiring innovation network in capital goods industry are: i) the establishment of bridging institution or network broker for training, facilitating and mobilizing of network formation; ii) government financial assistance for hiring external experts/consultant to upgrade the innovation capacity of industry; iii) incentives (i.e.financial compensa-tion, recognition and career advancement) for university and research institute professors working to upgrade the innovation capacity of indus-try; and iv) government consultancy services and/or subsidized consul-tancy services from universities/research institutions to upgrade innovation capacity of industry.
Kajian Scientometrics: Analisis Jaringan Sosial pada Publikasi Internasional Indonesia Bidang Kimia Nadhiroh, Irene Muflikh; Aidi, Muhammad Nur; Sartono, Bagus
STI Policy and Management Journal Vol 13, No 1 (2015): Warta KIML (Journal of S&T Policy and R&D Management)
Publisher : Center for Science and Technology Development Studies, Indonesian Institute of Sciences

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The importance of the use of more precise methods in the management of R & D budget to encourage the development of a variety of methods based on the data in the R&D policymaking process. Scientometrics is one area of science that can be used in the management of R&D efforts in a more effective and efficient ways. Asociated with limited budgets and goals that must be achieved in the development of science and technology, the budget must be allocated to give a great impact on the development of Indonesia. Data of Indonesian international publications in Chemistry area of science was used in this study to assess the social network among authors of scientific paper in Indonesia. The objectives of this study are to provide a new method of the R&D budgd alocation process better in the future and provide policy recommendations related to the condition of social networks that has been studied. Networks among Indonesian authors in the internasional publication, especially in Chemistry area are still very fragmented, very few relationships that are formed between the authors. In addition the synergy between academia-industry-government is still less visible. Relationships between authors from different institutions are also still very little, the majority of authors writing with institution’s colleagues.Therefore, this study provides some policy recommendations, namely: i) providing wide space for academicians in Indonesia, both in university and in government R & D institutions and NGOs to collaborate; ii) the government is expected to be more proactive in communicating with the relevant academic research needs requiring for the livelihood of the people in the future; iii) the existence of incentives and rewards for the academia and the private sector to collaborate and produce a useful research; iv) the government provide greater opportunities for researchers in the private sector to collaborate with academician at universities and R&D institutions, both in the implementation of research, research funding, research infrastructure and the use of other research activities.