Sri Budi Eko Wardani, S.IP, M.Si.

Sri Budi Eko Wardani, S.IP, M.Si.

Sri Budi Eko Wardani is lecturer in Department of Political Science Universitas Indonesia. She is also the Director of Center for Political Studies Universitas Indonesia. She is taking her doctoral degree in politics at Department of Political Science Universitas Indonesia. Some of her previous notable research were Indonesian Voting Behavior on 1999 Election (1999-2000, collaboration with Ohio State University, USA), Strengthen and Monitoring of 2004 General Election (2003-2004, collaboration with CETRO),  Women Political Participation and Advocacy for Adoption Affirmative Policy in Political Party Law and Election Law (2007-2009, collaboration with The Asia Foundation), and Representation of Women in National and Local Legislature after 2009 Election (July – December 2010, collaboration with The Asia Foundation & AusAID).

Research interests

  • Political party,
  • Local politics,
  • Legislative development and women’s political representation,
  • Social research method

Publications

Portrait of the Electability of Women in Legislative during 2009 General Election”,
Center for Political Studies Universitas Indonesia, 2012

“Sweeping the Dirty Kitchen: The Reflection of Women and Politics in Reformation Era”,
Center for Political Studies Universitas Indonesia and The Asia Foundation, 2010

“Direct Local Chief Election: Local Democratization and the Myth of Good Governance”,
Center for Political Studies Universitas Indonesia and Partnership, 2005

“Political Aspiration of Women Member of Parliament 1992-1997”, IDEA, 2000