Muhammad Iksan, also from Indonesia, presented his paper on the public opinions based on surveys conducted in Indonesia and Malaysia. Two surveys revealed public opinion could be a starting point to understand public support for market friendly reform and market mainstreaming. From two surveys, there is a need to continue popularizing the idea of economic liberalism – in this case is free trade, economic openness and economic freedom in general sense- by choosing partners along the way. It is important to know more on taxonomy of political attitude toward free market reform – the Indonesian case informed us- technocrats, politicians, bureaucracy, media, civil society organizations and academia.

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