Kelompok Keahlian Perencanaan Wilayah dan Perdesaan

Wilmar Salim

Wilmar Salim

 

Name
WILMAR A. SALIM, ST., M.Reg.Dev., Ph.D.
Position Associate Professor
Academic Career Doctorate University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, USA 2009
Master University of Queensland, Australia 2000
Bachelor Institut Teknologi Bandung 1996
Employment
  • Academic staff (1998 – now)
  • Chair of Master and Doctoral Program (2012 – 2016)
  • Visiting Associate Professor at Hiroshima University (2016)
  • Member of Regional Science Association International
  • Member of Research Committee 21 Sociology of Urban and Regional Development of International Sociological Association
  • Member of Indonesian Regional Science Association (IRSA)
  • Member of Indonesian Association of Planners (IAP)
Research and development projects over the last 5 years
  1. Top-down and Bottom-up Approach in Conservation Management (2018)
  2. “Political and Social Inclusion and Local Democracy in Asian Cities: Cases of Indonesia, India and Vietnam”, 2017-2018. Funded by East-West Center
  3. Local Institutional Capacity in Integrated and Sustainable Small Islands and Coastal Tourism Planning (2017)
  4. “The Riau Islands Province Research Project”, 2016-2017. Funded by ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute
  5. “Regional Development Model Based on Local Capacity in Decentralisation Era”, 2015-2016. Funded by Directorate General of Higher Education Competence Grant
  6. Industrial Deconcentration in Bandung Metropolitan Area, 2014-2015. Funded by Asahi Glass Foundation
  7. Industrial Deconcentration in Gerbangkertosusila Metropolitan Area, 2013. Funded by ITB Innovation Research Grant
Industry collaboration
  1. Team Leader and Resilience Expert (2018) Project: Climate Resilience Index Development Study for National Development Planning Agency (BAPPENAS)
  2. Adaptation Expert (2017)         Project: Extensive Coastal Vulnerability Assessment and Development of an Integrated Coastal Management Adaptation and Strategic Plan for Timor-Leste
  3. Project Manager (2015)                 Project: Indonesia Exploratory Study for the Urban Expansion Initiative, for NYU Stern School of Business
  4. Climate Change Adaptation Planning Expert (2014-2015)
    Project: Integrating climate change adaptation into Spatial Planning for the Ministry of Public Works, funded by JICA
Patents and proprietary rights
Important publications over the last 5 years
  1. “Infrastructure Development Under Jokowi Administration: Progress, Challenges and Policies”, Journal of Southeast Asian Economies. [as 1st author, with Siwage Dharma Negara], 2018.
  2. “Urban Governance Challenges and Reforms in Indonesia: Toward New Urban Agenda”, a chapter in Bharat Dahiya and Ashok Das (eds.), New Urban Agenda in the Asia-Pacific: Governance for Sustainable and Inclusive Cities. Springer Nature Singapore. [as 1st author with Delik Hudalah], 2018.
  3. “Reinventing papadak/hoholok as a traditional management system of marine resources in Rote Ndao, Indonesia”, Ocean and Coastal Management 161: 37-49. [as 2nd author, with Putu Oktavia], 2018.
  4. Wilmar Salim, Delik Hudalah and Tommy Firman, “Spatial planning and urban development in Jakarta Metropolitan Area”, Chapter in Jorgen Hellman, Marie Thynell and Roanne van Voorst (eds.), Shaping Jakarta: Claiming spaces and rights in the city, Routledge, 2017.
  5. Wilmar Salim and Siwage Dharma Negara, “Why is the High-Speed Rail Project so Important to Indonesia?”, ISEAS Perspective, 2016(16).
  6. “Proliferation pattern in underdeveloped regions”, Procedia Social and Behavioral Science 227 (824-832). [as 2nd author, with Uly Faoziyah], 2016.
  7. Wilmar Salim, “Democratic Local Governance in Indonesia: Impacts of fiscal decentralization on provinces and Aceh”, Chapter in Shabbir Cheema (ed.), Democratic Local Governance: Reforms and Innovations in Local Democracy in Asia. UNU Press, 2013.
Activities in specialist bodies over the last 5 years Vice Chair of Indonesian Planning School Association (ASPI), 2013-2015