Explaining Collective Violence in Contemporary Indonesia: From Conflict to Cooperation
Tadjoeddin uniquely explores four types of violent conflicts pertinent to contemporary Indonesia (secessionist, ethnic, routine-everyday and electoral violence), and seeks to discover what socio-economic development can do to overcome conflict and make the country's transition to democracy safe for its constituencies.
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Aceh and Papua average behaviour BPS data capita GDP cent central government Central Java centre–region chapter community welfare conflict in Indonesia convergence cooperation country’s cross-country democracy democratic transition direct elections direct local elections district PILKADAs East Java East Kalimantan East Timor electoral hostility electoral violence empirical ethnic groups ethnic strife ethnic violence expenditure fiscal decentralization Gini grievance and greed horizontal inequality human development hypothesis income inter-ethnic Jakarta Javanese Kota KPUD measure Muslim natural resources North Maluku North Sumatra political population density population pressure Poso poverty provinces rebel group regime regression relative deprivation resource curse resource rents RGDP Riau Riau and East rich regions role routine violence routine-everyday violence secessionist challenge secessionist conflict significant social contract South Sulawesi Suharto Sukarno Table tion UNSFIR Utara variable vertical inequality violence in Indonesia violent conflict West Sumatra youth bulges