Djayadi ("Jay") Hanan is a lecturer and researcher at the International Relations Department of the University of Paramadina, Jakarta, Indonesia. He holds three master's degrees in political science from Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, in international affairs from Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, and in political science from the Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. He was awarded the British Chevening Scholarship Program for a short course on democracy and a Fulbright Presidential Scholarship for his doctoral study. He is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in comparative politics at the Department of Political Science of the Ohio State University, writing a dissertation on the topic of legislative and executive interactions in Indonesian new multiparty presidential democracy.
During the Spring Semester of 2012, Jay serves as an Indonesian Research Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard University. He served previously as a senior researcher at the National Democratic Institute in Indonesia. His current research looks at both institutional and non-institutional factors that contribute to or inhibit the working of the relationship between the Indonesian legislature and the presidency.
- Legislature Reform
- Political Leadership
- Social Movement and Civil Society