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by Hal Hill,Jamie Mackie
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  • Author:
    Hal Hill,Jamie Mackie
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    1863732292
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    978-1863732291
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    Allen & Unwin; Ex-library, otherwise good (no markings to text). edition (June 1, 1994)
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    392 pages
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    Asia
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Honolulu : University of Hawaii Press.

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Small and medium enterprises in Indonesia: Old policy challenges for a new administration.

University of Hawaii Press, 1994. Small and medium enterprises in Indonesia: Old policy challenges for a new administration. Asian Survey 41 (2), 248-270, 2001.

Politics, Jamie Mackie, Andrew MacIntyre. The economy, Hal Hill.

the dynamics of socio-economic transformation. Politics, Jamie Mackie, Andrew MacIntyre. Demographic perspectives, Terrence H. Hull, Gavin W. Jones. Labour force and education, Gavin W. Resource utilisation and the environment, Joan Hardjono.

Additional related names. Hill Hal. Detailed notes. Includes bibliographical references (p. 305-340) and indexes.

Arndt Professor of Southeast Asian Economies, Australian National University.

Ships from and sold by academybookshop. All serious scholars and practitioners of economic development will want to have a copy on their shelves. The volume is also ideally suited as a text for a development economics course. Arndt Professor of Southeast Asian Economies, Australian National University.

Changing to Gray: Decentralization and the Emergence of Volatile Socio-Legal Configurations in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia

St. Leonards: Allen and Unwin, 1994. Changing to Gray: Decentralization and the Emergence of Volatile Socio-Legal Configurations in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. World Development 32, no. 7 (2004): 1199–23.

This article examines the dynamics surrounding Indonesia's performance vis-à-vis turnaround between independence in 1949 and the late 1990s, as well .

This article examines the dynamics surrounding Indonesia's performance vis-à-vis turnaround between independence in 1949 and the late 1990s, as well as the role of donors in it. Indonesia's performance regarding turnaround has reflected a variety of factors including the orientations, abilities and political skills of the country's political leaders; struggles between the main social and organisational forces within the country and the emergence of new social forces, the nature of the country's geopolitical and geo-economic environment; and 'chance' factors such . .

This volume examines the political structures, economic development, structural change, demographic dimensions of development, issues of ecological balance and resource use, trends in cultural expression, and the changing anthropological mosaic in the period of the "new order" in Indonesia. The country's development path and its achievements are debated, and the contents of this volume reflect the diversity of opinion. No attempt has been made to forge a consensus of views on the many contentious issues examined. However each author has attempted to provide a "state-of-the-art" assessment of the relevant material, and to underline the range of viewpoints offered in scholarly writings.