Alexander Michael Tjahjadi is an associate researcher for Article 33. Within the organisation, he assisted with a Philanthropic Organisation impact evaluation. He is also the Think Policy Lead on Advisory and Sustainable Growth Lab, where he oversees digital governance and environment-related projects. Michael also serves as a consultant for the World Bank, where he conducts randomised evaluations in the EAPGIL, governance, and education sectors.
He previously worked for Perkumpulan Prakarsa, CORE Indonesia, CSIS, Boston Consulting Group, J-PAL Southeast Asia, Pusat Studi Pendidikan dan Kebijakan (PSPK), and the Ministry of Education, Culture, and Higher Education. He was responsible for a variety of micro and macro research portfolios in the policy sector.
He earned a bachelor's degree in economics from Universitas Gadjah Mada. Concurrently, he is graduate student for Philosophy at STF Driyarkara and Public Policy Management at Monash University Indonesia. He delighted in taking online MOOCs and short courses from reputable institutions.
Inspiring Scholar FEB UGM 2017