Indonesia's New Order: The Dynamics of Socio-Economic Transformation

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Hal Hill
University of Hawaii Press, 1994 - Business & Economics - 364 pages
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This book provides a comprehensive and authoritative account of Indonesia since 1966, the period of the so-called 'New Order'. It analyses and debates Indonesia's development path and achievements in its examination of the most significant and contentious contemporary issues: the evolution of political structures and systems of governance, rapid economic development and structural change, the demographic dimensions of development, issues of ecological balance and resource use, major trends and content in cultural expression, and the changing anthropological mosaic. This book will be of particular interest to the general reader as well as students, academics, policy-makers, business people, and anyone wishing to obtain a serious understanding of Indonesia today.

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Politics Jamie Mackie and Andrew Maclntyre
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Demographic perspectives Terence H Hull Gavin W Jones

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Douglas H. Brooks is at the Asian Development Bank based in Manila, Philippines. Hal Hill is the H.W. Arndt Professor of Southeast Asian Economies at the Australian National University in Canberra.

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