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Budy P. Resosudarmo (born 1961) is a professor in development and environmental economics at the Arndt-Corden Department of Economics,[1] Crawford School of Public Policy, at the Australian National University (ANU). He is the deputy director of the Poverty and Inequality Research Centre, the education director of the Crawford School and a researcher at the ANU Indonesia Project.[2]

Budy has been mostly working on development and environmental issues in Southeast Asia, particularly Indonesia.[3] In conducting his research, he implements, among others, impact evaluation, spatial and inter-regional modelling techniques. He has been active and contribution on development of academic association in the field of regional science and environmental economics in Southeast Asia.

Budy joined the ANU Indonesia Project in October 2001. In 2004, he convened that year ANU's Indonesia Update Conference on issues of natural resource management. Based on papers presented in this conference, he edited a book, titled The Politics and Economics of Indonesia's Natural Resources. The book was published by ISEAS in 2005.[4] In 2006, he organised a workshop for the Project on development and environment in Eastern Indonesia: Papua: Maluku and East Nusa Tenggara.[5] Based on this workshop, he co-edited a book, titled: Working with Nature against Poverty: Development and Environment in Eastern Indonesia, which was published by ISEAS in 2009.[6] From February 2009 until August 2009, he was the acting head of the ANU Indonesia Project. From February 2010 until February 2011, he and Chris Manning co-headed the Project; and from February 2011 until May 2017, he was the head of the ANU Indonesia Project.[7] After that he remains active as a researcher at the Project. In 2018, he was promoted to become a professor at the ANU.

In 1996, Budy chaired a Working Committee that a year later formed the Indonesian Regional Science Association (IRSA).[8] In 2000, he organised the second IRSA international conference of the Association in Jakarta. Only 14 papers were submitted to the conference at that time. Since that year, the Association has been regularly conducting its annual conferences. Throughout the years, the size of the conference has been gradually developed. By early 2010s, more than 400 papers were submitted to each IRSA conference, which only approximately half of them could be accepted. By then, IRSA conferences have become the major development conferences in Indonesia. Members of the association are mostly academics and researchers who concern with the regional development in Indonesia.[9] He was the Vice President of IRSA from July 2009 until July 2017. Since 2001, he has been coordinating the annual IRSA book series on Regional Development in Indonesia.

Since 2001, he has been a Council member of the Pacific Regional Science Conference Organisation (PRSCO).[10] From November 2012 to November 2013, he was the Vice President of PRSCO; and from November 2013 until November 2015, he was the President of PRSCO.[11] From 2015, he has been an Advisory Committee member of PRSCO.[12]

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