Ahmad Setiawan Nuraya, SE., MBA

Email: ahmad.nuraya@ibs.ac.id


  1. Master, Maastricht School of Management, The Netherlands, Corporate Strategy and Economic Policy, 2002
  2. Bachelor of Economics, Faculty of Economics and Business, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia, 1995


  1. Grant for Capacity Building, SPF (Social Protection Facility) – AusAID (Australian Agency for International Development), 2004
  2. Scholarship for master degree at Maastricht School of Management, the Netherlands, Netherlands Government, through the STUNED Scholarship Program, 2001 – 2002

Professional Certification

  1. Certified Risk Management as ERMAP (Enterprise Risk Management Associate Professional), with certification number: ERMAP-1120741, issued by Enterprise Risk Management Academy.
  2. Certified Risk Management as QRMA (Qualified Risk Management Analyst), with certification number: QRMA 2018-07-02-1144, issued by BNSP (Badan Nasional Sertifikasi Profesi –  National Professional Certification Board).
  1. Macroeconomics
  2. Development Economics and
  3. Microeconomics
  1. Full-time Faculty Member for Management Department, at Indonesia Banking School, Jakarta (2007 – present)
  2. Member of Risk Management Committee for Board of Commissioners, at Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation – PT. Pengembangan Pariwisata Indonesia (Persero) – (March 2016 – present)
  3. Member of Remuneration Committee for Board of Commissioners, at PT. Telkomsel, Tbk. – (October 2015 – May 2017)
  4. Researcher for National Branding Strategy in Indonesia, TCF (Trade Cooperation Facility), European Union Mission, Jakarta (June – August 2016)
  5. Researcher, UNDP (2010)
  6. Program Officer, UNDP – BAPPENAS (National Development Planning Agency) – PGRI (Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia) (2006)
  7. National Project Officer for BRIDGE (Building and Reinventing Decentralized Governance), UNDP –BAPPENAS (National Development Planning Agency) (2005)
  8. Liaison Officer for Peace Development Analysis UNDP, UNDP – BAPPENAS (National Development Planning Agency) (2004)
  9. National Project Manager for PARUL (Poverty Alleviation through Rural Urban Linkages), UNDP, UN-HABITAT and BAPPENAS (Grant No. INS/021/97) (2003-2004)
  10. Planning Staff and Program Officer for various projects funded by international donors and government (BAPPENAS – National Development Planning Agency), National Secretariat – BAPPENAS (National Development Planning Agency) for Village Infrastructure Project (VIP-P3DT) supported by the OECF (Loan Number IP-500)) and KDP (Kecamatan Development Program) supported by the IBRD – World Bank (Loan Number 4627-IND, and IDA Credit Number 3535-IND (1997-2003)
  11. Full-time Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, Indonesian Islamic University (1996-1997)
  12. Research Associate, Center for Policy and Implementation Studies (CPIS), Indonesia. It was a government policy research agency which supported by government of Indonesia and HIID (Harvard Institute for International Development) (1995)
  13. Research Assistant and Lecturer Assistant, Center for Economic Development, Faculty of Economics, and Faculty of Social and Political Science, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia (1991-1995)

Conference Proceedings

  1. “Quo Vaduz Regional Autonomy; Its Challenges and Opportunities of Regional Budget – Case of Indonesia”, International Conference The 3rd ICBB, Pattaya, Thailand, 5 – 7 February 2014 (Seminar Proceeding) ISBN: 602963193-7
  2. “Effectiveness of Central Bank’ Rate in Stimulating Employment”, 1st International Conference on Business-Banking and Corporate Social Responsibility University Network Conference (ICBB and CSR-UN Conference), Surabaya, 23-24 February 2010 (Seminar Proceeding)


  1. “Restructuring Strategy for Local Government Enterprises: The Challenge and Opportunity of Regional Autonomy in Indonesia”, LAP-Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, September 2010 (Book), ISBN-10: 3843354715; ISBN-13: 978-3843354714

Unpublished Research

  1. “Kajian Penetapan Harga Sewa Lahan Kawasan Mandalika, ITDC Tahun 2016”, Pusat Penelitian Pranata Pembangunan, Universitas Indonesia, 2016
  2. “The Development of A Strategy for Nation Branding in Indonesia”, TCF (Trade Cooperation Facility), European Union Mission, Jakarta, 2016