Malaysia: recent trends and challenges
Insitute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2006 - Business & Economics - 313 pages
This book documents the trends and challenges that are taking place in the more important sectors of Malaysia. The chapters, written by specialists with an intimate knowledge of the country, cover major topics such as population trends and patterns, Islam Hadhari, Bangsa Malaysia, politics and the 2004 general election, civil service reforms, corporate governance, educational reforms, the impact of globalisation on the economy, and Malaysia's relations with Singapore. Recent developments in these areas are likely to have a profound bearing on Malaysia and its neighbours in the years ahead. The book provides readers with a greater appreciation and a deeper understanding of Malaysia, which is undergoing significant changes and challenges.
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Population Trends and Patterns in Multiracial Malaysia
The Emerging Politics of Islam Hadhari
Vision or Spin?
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Abdul Abdullah Ahmad Badawi Abdullah Badawi ABIM administration Aliran Anwar Anwar Ibrahim Bangsa Malaysia Barisan Barisan Nasional Berita Harian BN's Bumiputera candidates Census cent challenge Chinese citizen population civil service coalition constituencies contested corporate governance Corporate Malaysia corruption cultural Datuk Dr Mahathir economic election electoral enrolment GLCs global globalisation groups growth Hadi higher education implementation increase industrial Institute of Southeast Islam Hadhari issues Johore Keadilan Kedah Kelantan Kuala Lumpur leaders leadership Lim Kit Siang major Malay heartland Malay students Malaysian political March Muslim non-Malays non-Muslim organisations parliamentary seats PAS's Penang percentage points policies prime minister privatisation programmes racial reform reformasi religion religious role Sabah Sarawak sector Selangor September 2004 social society Southeast Asia Southeast Asian Studies Star Malaysia Straits Times Malaysia Terengganu tertiary ulama UMNO UMNO's University urban Utusan Malaysia Malaysia victory Vision vote