Thailand, Indonesia and Burma in Comparative Perspective
This comparative examination of the political economy of contemporary Thailand, Indonesia and Burma presents case studies of these countries during the periods of economic boom and examines the causes and political consequences of economic crisis. The book is suitable for students, academics and researchers interested in Southeast Asian politics, and those studying comparative politics and international political economy.
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