Andreas Marbun has researched and written in the area of criminal and criminal justice policy, particularly in anti-corruption issues in IJRS. He has conducted several researches, both qualitative and quantitative empirical studies in Indonesia criminal and criminal justice issues.

These have not only been internally funded, but also externally funded and resulted some major publications and wider disseminations, including significant public engagements. Feeding directly into Indonesia’s stakeholders and policy makers, he has repeatedly helped government to assist and create numerous impactful policies on criminal and criminal justice area.

Marbun is one of IJRS’s researcher that regularly writes an op-ed for national newspaper, and also a regular academic papers writer in the field of criminal and criminal justice research. Most recently, he has been collaborating with psychology and sociology colleagues, creating a Sentencing Guideline on Corruption Cases for both Prosecutor Office and Supreme Court by using a Sense of Justice research approach, which derives from public opinion and expert opinion.


Bachelor of Law, University of Indonesia (2015)


  • May 2017 – December 2018
    Monitoring and Training Evaluation as well as Certification of Judge for the Court of Criminal Act of Corruption and Creation of Training Modul for the Training of Judge for the Criminal Act of Corruption /Pemantauan dan Evaluasi Pelatihan serta Sertifikasi Hakim Pengadilan Tindak Pidana Korupsi, dan Pembentukan Modul Pelatihan Hakim Tindak Pidana Korupsi.
  • January 2017 – December 2018
    Disparity of Criminality in the Court of Criminal Act of Corruption in Indonesia/Disparitas Pemidanaan di Pengadilan Tindak Pidana Korupsi di Indonesia.
  • July 2015 – January 2017
    Indonesia Anti-Corruption Court Monitoring & Evaluation, Collaborated with Court Independence Institution/Lembaga Independensi Peradilan (LeIP) and Society Advocacy Institution/Lembaga Advokasi Masyarakat (Elsam).



  1. 28 September 2017
    “Interpretation and Measurement of Disparity: Study against the Criminalisation Practice to the Criminal Act of Corruption”, Publisher: Publisher Agency of Faculty of law of University of Indonesia, UI Press/“Memaknai dan Mengukur Disparitas: Studi terhadap Praktik Pemidanaan pada Tindak Pidana Korupsi”, Penerbit: Badan Penerbit Fakultas Hukum Universitas Indonesia, UI Press
  2. 3 November 2015
    ”Criminalisation of Trade through Bribery Provisions”, Publisher: Publisher Agency of the Faculty of Law of University of Indonesia and MaPPO-FHUI/“Kriminalisasi Perdagangan Pengaruh Melalui Ketentuan Suap”. Penerbit: Badan Penerbit Fakultas Hukum Universitas Indonesia, dan MaPPI-FHUI.


  1. December 2017
    “Corporate Criminal Liability in Indonesia Anti-Corruption Law: Does it Work Properly?”, Asian Journal of Law and Economics, Vol. 8, No. 3, December 2017 (Published by the Asian Law and Economics Association)
  2. March 2017
    “Bribery in Private Sector; Can we Snare It?”, Integrity Journal Vol. 3, No. 1, March 2017 (Published by the Commission of Eradication of Corruption)/“Suap Sektor Privat; Dapatkah Dijerat?”, Jurnal Integritas Vol. 3, No. 1, Maret 2017 (Diterbitkan oleh Corruption Komisi Pemberantasan Korupsi)


  1. 4 October 2017
    “KPK Can Name Setya Novanto a Suspect, again”, (Published in the Newspaper, The Jakarta Post)
  2. 27 March 2017
    “Desperately Fighting Corporate Crimes”, (Published in the Newspaper, The Jakarta Post)
  3. 14 December 2016
    “Bribery in Private Sector: Can We Snare It?”, (Published in the Newspaper, Koran Tempo) “Suap Sektor Privat; Dapatkah Dijerat?”, (Dipublikasikan dalam Koran Tempo)
  4. 29 October 2016
    “Thank the Media for Exposing Judiciary’s’ Flaws”, (Published in the Newspaper, The Jakarta Post)
  5. 21 September 2016
    “Irman Gusman case: Criminalizing the trade in Influence”, (Published in the Newspaper, The Jakarta Post)
  6. 25 June 2016
    “Win-Win Solution to Criminalize Drug Users”, (Published in the Newspaper, The Jakarta Post)