State dominance in Myanmar: the political economy of industrialization
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2007 - Business & Economics - 472 pages
Focuses on the state's efforts to industrialize Myanmar, first through direct intervention and planning under a socialist economic framework as interpreted by the state leaders (1948-88) and lately (1989 onwards) through state-managed outward orientation.
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Enduring Ideas and Lingering Notions
DEMOCRATIC EXPERIMENT 194862
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