Indonesia has long faced the problem of acute economic inequality. A signiﬁcant concentration of capital began to be seen in the 1970s. It increasingly strengthened during the New Order era, which was not even able to be overturned by the great crisis of 1997-1998. In the reformation era, the gap has not faded; even the concentration of capital in the hands of a few elites has only gotten stronger. In the last two decades, the concentration of wealth has thickened in Indonesia.