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Hobby

Rimawan’s hobbies include: reading, watching documentary film, listening music, traveling and cooking. He is a professional cook. Although he does not have any qualification in cooking, he has extensive experience in culinary business. He has helped his mother in running his family’s catering business since 1985 (he was 15 year old then). Together with his mum, he achieved a record of serving dishes for 2350 guests. It is a customary in Indonesia to have many guests during a wedding ceremony. Just for information, in a simple wedding, a family may send 250 invitations or at least they invite 500 guests!!! Literally, he had been his mother’s assistant in cooking until he pursued his postgraduate study in the UK.

It turns out that this very skill helped him to survive in the UK during his hardship periods. He had worked as a part time cook assistant at Derwent College Cafe, University of York, UK from Oct 1998 - Sept 1999 & May 2000 - Sept 2000. Occasionally, he cooked Indonesian cuisines for fund raising activities organised by reputable charities such as Save the Children and Palestinian Solidarity Campaign. Furthermore, his chef in Derwent College challenged him to cook for 100 guests in a leaving do for a senior staff in the college, and he delivered it successfully. During his stay in the UK, Rimawan has managed to create several new recipes and developed simpler and quicker ways of cooking Indonesian cuisines, which originally were quite tedious and time consuming. These recipes are available on request and are suitable for cooking Indonesian cuisines abroad, such as in Europe, whereby some typical ingredients for Indonesian cuisines may not necessarily available.

Publications

Working Paper Series

  • Pradiptyo R, R Rokhim, G.A. Sahadewo, M Ulpah, B Sasmitasiwi, IAA Faradynawati,  (2011) A Bridge Too Far: The Strive to Establish a Financial Service Regulatory Authority (OJK) in Indonesia, SSRN working paper series.
  • Pradiptyo R, B Sasmitasiwi dan G.A. Sahadewo, (2011) Evidence of Homo Economicus? Findings from Experiment on Evolutionary Prisoners' Dilemma Game, SSRN working paper series.
  • Shidiqi KA, and R Pradiptyo (2011) A Game Theoretical Analysis of Economic Sanction, SSRN working paper series.
  • Pradiptyo R, (2009)A Certain Uncertainty; an Assessment of Court Decisions for Tackling Corruptions in Indonesia 2001‐2008, SSRN working paper series.

Journal and Book Chapter

  • Pradiptyo, R (2010) Corruptions; Theoretical and Empirical Analyses in Economics, in Wijayanto dan Zachrie, R, eds, (2010) Corruptions Corrupted Indonesia; The Causes, The Impacts and the Prospect of Erradication, PT Gramedia Pustaka Utama, Jakarta.
  • Pradiptyo R (2007) Does Punishment Matter? A Refinement of the Inspection Game, Review of Law and Economics, Vol. 3 : Iss. 2, Article 2.
  • Bowles R and Pradiptyo, R. (2006), Economic Evaluation of Norfolk Art-Based Interventions, report to Norfolk Youth Offending Team, Norfolk Youth Offending Team, Norwich.
  • Bowles R A and Pradiptyo R (2005) Young Adults in the Criminal Justice System: Cost and Benefit Considerations, Barrow Cadbury Trust.
  • Bowles R A, Garcia Reyes M, Pradiptyo R. © Youth Justice Board for England and Wales 2005, Monitoring and Evaluating the Safer School Partnerships Programme, YJB Publication.
  • Swaray, R., Bowles, R. & Pradiptyo, R. (2005). The Application of Economic Analysis to Criminal Justice Interventions: A Review of the Literature, Criminal Justice Policy Review, 16(2), 141-163.
  • Bowles, R. A. & Pradiptyo, R. (2004). Reducing Burglary Initiative: An Analysis of Costs and Benefits. Home Office Research Online Report 43/04.
  • Pradiptyo, R. (1996). The Impact Analysis of Trade and Industrial Policies to the Structure and Performance of Industrial Sector in Indonesia 1980-1994, Gadjah Mada Business Review , No. 11(IV), Gadjah Mada Business School, Indonesia.

Ideas

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Research

Rimawan has been involved in many economic evaluation studies in the criminal justice field. The studies have been commissioned by both government departments (e.g. Ministry of Justice/previously Home Office, Youth Justice Board for England and Wales, Department for Children, Schools and Families/ previously DfES, Essex Police Constabulary and North Yorkshire Probation Centre) and non-governmental institutions (e.g. Esmee Fairbairn & Barrow Cadbury Trust).

Rimawan has been involved in the following recent research projects:

  • Bowles R and Pradiptyo, R (2006), Economic Evaluation of SSP Programme in Essex Police Constabulary, report to Essex Police Constabulary, Essex Police Constabulary, Chelmsford, UK.
  • Bowles R and Pradiptyo, R (2006), Economic Evaluation of Think First Programme in the North Yorkshire Probation Centre, report to the North Yorkshire Probation Centre, The North Yorkshire Probation Centre, York. UK
  • Bowles R, Pradiptyo, R and Garcia-Reyes M.E., (2005), Data Sources and Data Interfacing of Offending by Children and Young People, the Youth Justice Board for England and Wales, London, UK.
  • Bowles R, Pradiptyo, R and Garcia-Reyes M.E. (2005) Mainstreaming the Safer School Partnership Programme, report to DfES, DfES, London, UK.
  • Bowles R and Pradiptyo, R (2004) An Economic Approach to Offending, Sentencing and Criminal Justice Interventions, report to Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, London, UK.
  • Bowles R, Gordon F, Pradiptyo, R, McDougal C, Harris R, Perry A and Swaray R, (2004), The Costs Benefits of Sentencing Options, report to Home Office, Home Office, London, UK
  • Bowles R, Harris R, and Pradiptyo, R (2003), Assessment of Economic Evaluations of the Crime Reduction Programme, report to Home Office, Home Office, London, UK

Rimawan has conducted other studies in the criminal justice fields, both individually or collaboratively as follows:

  • Pradiptyo, R. (2008). The Impact of Sanctions and Crime Prevention Initiatives when Decisions are Strategic. Under submission.
  • Pradiptyo, R (2008) When Prevention Outweights Deterrence; The Stackelberg Analysis of the Revised Inspection Game.
  • Pradiptyo, R (2008) On Behavioural Analysis of the Revised Inspection Game; Further Counterintuitive Results of Increasing the Severity of Punishment.
  • Pradiptyo R. (2006). Learning by Erratic Players; Incorporating Reference- Dependent Expected Utility in Fictitious Play.
  • Bowles R, Pradiptyo R and Garcia-Reyes, ME (2006) Estimating the Impact of the Safer School Partnership Programme, mimeo, Centre for Criminal Justice Economics and Psychology, University of York.
  • Bowles R and Pradiptyo R (2004) Economic Evaluation of Crime Reduction Projects’, mimeo, Centre for Criminal Justice Economics and Psychology, University of York.

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