The Politics of Economic Liberalisation in Indonesia: State, Market and Power

Published on 1 January 2002

This book examines the dynamics shaping process of economic liberalisation in Indonesia since the mid-1980s. Much wrting on the process in developing countries views economic liberalisation as the victory of economic rationality over political and social interests. In contrast, this book argues that economic liberalisation should be understood in terms of the way political social interests shape processes of economic reform in both a positive and negative sense.

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Rosser, A
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