At last, our gut, perseverance, and risk acceptance level that determine our success. 

- Aidy Halimanjaya -

I was 22 years old once. It was a time when I was young and not sure what I want to become. At that time, the only thing I was pretty sure is that I want to go abroad. I tried to open two option doors: working or studying abroad. Seems not too many options so I decided to pursue both and see what come first to me. It appeared that the pathway that was open leading to an extraordinary experience

Unlike statistical software, key lessons learned from learning process are never going to be obsolete and will never expire.

 - Aidy Halimanjaya -  

Money for helping the poor is short when it is needed, and quite the opposite, fund rushes from rich countries flowing to developing countries at times when no one is in urgently having a need for it. With Prof. Dr. Geske Dijkstra based in Erasmus Graduate School of Social Sciences and the Humanities, I explored this global financial phenomenon in my early research career. Now after a few years, I take sometime to reflect and to write this experience and to give some ideas and motivation