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Chinese big business in Indonesia : the state of capital

Author: Christian Chua
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2008.
Series: Routledge contemporary Southeast Asia series, 17.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An examination of the political economy of Chinese big business in Indonesia, this text assesses the state of capital before, during and since the financial and political crisis of 1997 and provides unique insights into how the state-business relationships have evolved since the fall of Soeharto.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Christian Chua
ISBN: 9780415450744 0415450748 9780203931097 0203931092
OCLC Number: 172521660
Description: xvi, 176 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction: capital and the state --
Focus and definitions --
Central argument: the emergence of plutocracy --
Methodology --
Outline --
2. Theoretical framework: power configurations of state and capital --
Approaches to Chinese Indonesian capitalists --
Identifying the 'ruling class': capital and the state --
From bureaucratic to plutocratic capitalism --
3. Limited capitalists: Chinese big business and the state before 1998 --
Determinants: Chinese capital in historical perspective --
The New Order accommodation --
The limited power of capital --
4. Capital in crisis: the conglomerates and the end of the New Order --
The crisis in context --
Economic impact: the dismantling of the business empires --
Political impact: the dissolution of predatory arrangements --
The end of the conglomerates? --
5. Capital's reaction : the survival of the conglomerates --
Reformasi in Indonesia: economic and political contexts --
The conglomerates and the new regime --
Economic recovery: recouping the losses --
Capitalist consolidation, consolidated capital --
6. Capital unlimited: towards a new accommodation --
Capital in post-Soeharto Indonesia: un-limiting Chinese big business --
Modes of transition: patterns of political business --
Formats of representation: the rise of an autonomous capitalist class --
Plutocracy in the making --
7. Conclusion: the state or capital.
Series Title: Routledge contemporary Southeast Asia series, 17.
Responsibility: Christian Chua.
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