Tifani Husna Siregar

Tifani Husna Siregar

Assistant Professor, School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University

Waseda University

About Me

Hello! I am Tifani Husna Siregar. I am an Assistant Professor at the School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University. I am also a research assistant at the Asian Development Bank Institute. I received my PhD from the Graduate School of Economics, Waseda University. My dissertation focused on the impacts of minimum wages on the Indonesian labor market. Before starting my PhD, I worked as an analyst at the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, now known as MUFG Bank, in Jakarta.

Education
  • PhD in Economics, 2022

    Waseda University

  • Master of Arts in Economics, 2014

    Waseda University

  • Bachelor in Economics and Development Studies, 2010

    Bogor Agricultural University

Work Experience

 
 
 
 
 
Assistant Professor
Apr 2022 – Present Tokyo, Japan
Assistant Professor, School of Political Science and Economics
 
 
 
 
 
Research Assistant
Oct 2021 – Present Tokyo, Japan

Research assistant:

  • Project: Analyzing Infrastructure Impacts in Asia Through Big Data: Socioeconomic Spillover Assessment
  • Project: Resilient Compensation and Restitution for Post-Disaster Recovery in Asia and the Pacific
 
 
 
 
 
Tutor
Sep 2020 – Sep 2021 Tokyo, Japan
Academic writing tutor
 
 
 
 
 
Part-time
Jun 2020 – Apr 2021 Tokyo, Japan

Responsibilities include:

  • PIC of daily communication with Indonesian counterparts (ex-convicted terrorists, government officials, NGOs, etc.)
  • Translation (Indonesian-English and vice versa)
 
 
 
 
 
Analyst
May 2014 – Dec 2016 Jakarta, Indonesia

Responsibilities include:

  • Analyzing companies' financial statements
  • Analyzing trends in industries
  • Analyzing and modeling the Indonesian macroeconomic conditions
  • Writing and presenting reports on industries and Indonesian economy both within the bank and to the banks' clients.
 
 
 
 
 
Intern
Feb 2014 – Mar 2014 Tokyo, Japan
Internet research and phone survey to companies located in Indonesia.
 
 
 
 
 
Intern
Aug 2009 – Feb 2011 Bogor, Indonesia

Responsibilities include:

  • Data collection and analysis
  • Report writing
  • Translation (Indonesian-English and vice versa)

Publications

Accomplish­ments

Quantitative Methods for Causal Inference and Policy Evaluation Course
Spatial Econometrics Course
Finalist, Essay Competition
Essay Title: Should Life Insurance Companies be More Social? An Analysis of the Impact of Social Media Usage on the Performance of Indonesian Life Insurance Companies
First Place, Essay Competition
Essay Title: The Indonesian Life Insurance Industry: Untapped Potential in the Sharia Based Life Insurance Market
Young Doctoral Student Scholarship
Awarded this scholarship for 3 years
Okazaki Kaheita International Student Scholarship
Awarded this scholarship for 1 year intensive Japanese language course and 2 years master’s degree course