I’am a lecturer at Department of Economics and Development Study
Faculty of Economics and Business
University of Lambung Mangkurat (ULM).
Teaching and Research
I have taught Islamic economics, Development Economics, History of Economic Thought, Macroeconomics, and Indonesian Economy.
My research interests are in Development Economic, Economic Geography, and Islamic Economic. I did several studies on these fields with my colleagues which funded by central government, local goverments in South Kalimantan Province, and private enterprise. (Open here to see my research list)
I obtained undergraduate degree (Sarjana Ekonomi) in Economics and Development Studies from Lambung Mangkurat University in 2002 and then master degree in Islamic Economics from Islamic University of Indonesia in 2008. I also received Postgraduate Diploma degree in Development Economics from University of Birmingham United Kingdom in 2018. I took a local economic development shortcourse from The Hague Academy for Local Governance, Netherland in 2014.