The political economy of South-East Asia: markets, power and contestation
Oxford University Press, 2006 - Business & Economics - 336 pages
As market economic systems extend over southeast Asia, the debate over what role the state should play and what political regime is necessary for economic growth is hotly contested. This revised and updated text examines the political economy of specific countries in the region and follows with a thematic and comparative analysis of key issues.
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