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The new political economy of Southeast Asia

Author: Rajah Rasiah; Johannes Dragsbaek Schmidt
Publisher: Cheltenham : Edwad Elgar, 2010.
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This well-researched book examines the dramatic transformation of Southeast Asian countries from agricultural and mining economies to industrial nations.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rajah Rasiah; Johannes Dragsbaek Schmidt
ISBN: 9781849802659 1849802653
OCLC Number: 876619374
Description: VIII, 290 p. ; 24 cm
Contents: Contents:Preface 1. IntroductionRajah Rasiah and Johannes Dragsbaek Schmidt2. Industrialization in the Second-tier NIEsRajah Rasiah3. The 1997 Economic Crisis, Reform and Southeast Asian GrowthChris Dixon4. Revisiting Shared Growth and Examining Horizontal InequalityAnis Chowdhury and Iyanatul Islam5. Industrial Relations and Labour Market ConditionsRene Ofreneo and Peter Wad6. Urban and Industrial Environmental Reform in Southeast AsiaDavid A. Sonnenfeld and Arthur P.J. Mol7. Civil Society and Distributional Conflicts in Southeast Asia Johannes Dragsbaek Schmidt8. Rationale for Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) in Southeast Asia Sanchita Basu Das and Aekapol ChongvilaivanIndex
Responsibility: edited by Rajah Rasiah, Johannes Dragsbaek Schmidt.


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