Co-regulating the Indonesian Digital Economy

03.11.2021 | Case Studies

This report was originally published on the Center for Indonesian Policy Studies website.

Through its partnership with CIPE, the Center for Indonesian Policy Studies published a paper titled, “Co-regulating the Indonesian Digital Economy.” This paper examines the digital economy regulatory environment in Indonesia, with a focus on four key policy areas – consumer protection, data privacy, cybersecurity, and e-payments – and identifies opportunities to improve implementation and enforcement. Among the recommendations, the policy analysis encourages a co-regulation approach, which relies on collaboration between government and private sector actors to develop a more inclusive digital economy through adaptable digital policies and frameworks.