KPPU Staff Training


29 – 31 July 2013

CSBC Experts involved

  • Ir. Hari Wijayanto (HW)
  • Ir. Idqan Fahmi, M.Ec (IF)
  • Bagus Sartono (BS)

Brief Description
Competition has been widely known and accepted in Economics as a pre-requisite to increase a high level of competitiveness in the market and to achieve a maximum welfare in the long-run. For that reason, many countries in the world establish a watch body to ensure a fair competition among businesses in the country. Indonesia has established the Commission for Supervision of Business Competition (Komisi Pengawas Persaingan Usaha – KPPU) since 1999 as mandated by UU No.5/1999.

In order to increase its effectiveness in supervising the business competition, KPPU has been developing a variety of database and one of them is called Competition Perception Index (CPI). Despite the importance of the index, however, many problems were faced by the KPPU in formulating the index such that the validity and reliability of the index formulated is in question. The problems of validity and reliability may be originated from questionnaire design, sampling technique, data collection and data processing.

This short training is designed to increase the skill of KPPU staffs in undertaking a survey to formulate a more valid and reliable Competition Perception Index or any other survey of similar type. Techniques such as Sampling Techniques, Questionnaire Design/Data Collection, interview techniques, Analysis of Complex Survey Data and the consequences of each technique are important.



The objectives of this workshop are:

  • To train KPPU staffs in on survey methodology covering:
    • Sampling Techniques,
    • Questionnaire Design/Data Collection,
    • Interview Techniques
    • Analysis of Complex Survey Data.
  • To improve the process of formulating Competition Perception Index through its use as case study in the training.


  • Method: Experiential learning
    • Case Studies, Presentations, Group Discussions
    • Sharing Experiences
  • Method: Active learning
    • Feedback Process
    • Hands-on Exercises
    • Question Inside