3 edition of Southeast Asian economic development found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 78-97).
|Series||Economics Division working papers., 93/4|
|LC Classifications||HC441.A1 E284 no. 93/4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 97 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||94224021|
Development cooperation is taking on new geopolitical significance. Earlier this month, the U.S. Congress passed legislation to create the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation, which is intended to help stimulate private-sector infrastructure investment in the developing world. Asia is one of the primary targets for this new institution, which will . To be a leading research centre dedicated to the study of socio-political, security, and economic trends and developments in Southeast Asia and its wider geostrategic and economic environment. To stimulate research and debate within scholarly circles, enhance public awareness of the region, and facilitate the search for viable solutions to the Chairman: Prof Wang Gungwu.
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This Handbook offers a timely and comprehensive overview of Southeast Asian economic development. Organized according to the logic of chronological and thematic unity, it is structured in these sections: Growth and development over the long term; Food, agriculture and natural resources ; Trade, investment and industrializationPrice: $ The Southeast Asia Handbook (Regional Handbooks of Economic Development) 1st Edition by Patrick Heenan (Editor), Monique Lamontagne (Editor)Format: Hardcover.
This book brings together political scientists, economists, officials of Asian governments, the United States, and representatives of the multilateral banks to analyze and explain Southeast Asia's extraordinary : Hardcover. The proposition is developed that the robust economic performance of the Southeast Asian economies during the past four decades has been attributed to the various factors, developments and independent national policies which have been pursued by the individual member countries rather than to any regional economic book covers eleven topics which is suitable for a one-semester course on the economics of Southeast by: 4.
The Economic Development of South-East Asia on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Transformation of Southeast Asian Economies. This book analyses the growth, development and crisis experiences of the Southeast Asian economies, in particular, Indonesia, Malaysia, the.
Looking ahead, sustained economic development in Southeast Asia will be constrained unless the region can embrace new sources of capital. Authored by experts in their respective fields, the chapters of this book examine such issues as the regions current debt burden, the regions banking sector since the crisis.
The Journal of South Asian Development, a refereed publication, publishes articles, reviews and scholarly comment relating to all facets of development in South Asia. It includes theoretical and conceptual articles as well as more empirical studies covering both.
Almost all books or articles that offer comparative studies on Southeast Asia begin their introduction with a narrative on how diverse the region is. This feature, although provides an incredible laboratory for the study of comparative economic, political, and social development, poses a tremendous challenge to researchers who attempt to generalize and find a common.
The Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Economics offers new insights into the rapidly-developing economies of Southeast Asia. Despite widespread initial deprivation, Southeast Asia has achieved and sustained a remarkable rate of growth, in the course of which tens of millions have successfully escaped severe poverty.
It consists of literature surveys and book reviews, covering Northeast and Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands.
Journal of Southeast Asian Economies (formerly ASEAN Economic Bulletin), published by ISEAS, Singapore, and which has a special focus on the ASEAN economies and regional Size: KB. The Southeast Asian Southeast Asian economic development book Miracle is an important study of the shifting winds of the political economy of growth in our time--the movement away from a command to a free market environment.
It will be an essential resource for political scientists, Asia area scholars, economists, and policymakers. In highlighting how Southeast Asian development is unevenly distributing wealth, opportunities and risks throughout the region, this book emphasizes the need for creative new approaches to ensure.
Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Southeast Asian Economic Miracle. The Southeast Asian Economic Miracle - Ebook written by Young C. Kim. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. This edition of the Southeast Asian Economic Outlook examines medium-term growth prospects, recent macroeconomic policy challenges, and structural challenges including human capital, infrastructure and SME development.
It also looks at economic disparities “between” and “within” countries in the region. The economy. Even prior to the penetration of European interests, Southeast Asia was a critical part of the world trading system.
A wide range of commodities originated in the region, but especially important were such spices as pepper, ginger, cloves, and nutmeg. This Handbook traces the uneven experiences that have accompanied development in Southeast Asia.
The region is often considered to be a development success story; however, it is increasingly recognized that growth underpinning this development has been accompanied by patterns of inequality, violence, environmental degradation and cultural loss.
The Southeast Asian Economic Miracle is an important study of the shifting winds of the political economy of growth in our time—the movement away from a command to a free market environment. It will be an essential resource for political scientists, Asia area scholars, economists, and by: 6.
This book analyses the development of United States regional cooperation policy on Southeast Asia and its importance to long-term planning for the region that had been the general aim of successive American post-war : Sue Thompson.
Introducing Southeast Asian Development 2. Setting the Scene for Development: Pre-Colonial and Colonial Southeast Asia 3.
Economic Development 4. Political Development 5. Social Development 6. Transforming Urban Spaces 7. Transforming Rural Spaces 8.
Transforming Natural Spaces 9. Towards Equitable Development References. The eleven countries that make up the Southeast Asian region provide a rich and diverse context in which to view the development process and experience.
The region spans different cultural contexts, colonial experiences, and economic experiments, and is home to some of the world’s most successful.
Reviews "[This book] has the potential to reshape how we see Southeast Asian development, and the development process more generally." Mike Parnwell, Leeds University, UK "This book goes well beyond the dichotomised world of celebrating economic growth or. The Economies Of Southeast Asian Nations.
For ages, Southeast Asia was a critical part of the global trading system, spices being the most important commodity. Today it is an increasingly high tech marketplace. Singapore has a thriving economy, the best among the Southeast Asian : Rolando Y.
Wee. The Economic Outlook for Southeast Asia, China and India is a bi-annual publication on regional economic growth, development and regional integration in Emerging Asia.
It focuses on the economic conditions of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) member countries: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines. Anne Booth examines and critiques such arguments in this ambitious comparative study of economic development in East and Southeast Asia from the beginning of the twentieth century until the s.
Booth takes an in-depth look at the nature and consequences of colonial policies for a wide range of factors, including the growth of export-oriented Cited by: The inaugural edition of the Southeast Asian Economic Outlook (SAEO) addresses these questions.
It also includes an in-depth analysis of transport infrastructure development and its implications for regional integration.
Southeast Asia’s near-term growth outlook is bright, but downside risks remain. Jakarta and Ho Chi Minh City occupy the fourth tier with economic output per person of $9, and $8,—which while lower than the other Southeast Asian cities is still considerably larger than.
International Trade [pdf] | Foreign Direct Investment [pdf] | International Portfolio Investment [pdf] | International Migration [pdf]. Single market will also include the ASEAN Single Aviation Market (ASEAN-SAM), the region's aviation policy geared towards the development of a unified and single aviation market in Southeast Asia.
It was proposed by the ASEAN Air Transport Working Group, supported by the ASEAN Senior Transport Officials Meeting, Official languages of contracting states:. The global financial crisis has offered an important opportunity for Southeast Asian countries to rethink past growth strategies and project new development visions.
This inaugural edition of the Southeast Asian Economic Outlook looks at current efforts to rebalance growth for the region and at what form growth will take in the future. ‘Export-led Growth, Gateway Cities and Urban Systems Development in Pre-World War II Southeast Asia’, Journal of Development Studies, 48, 10 (), pp.
‘The Japanese occupation of World War II Southeast Asia’, with Shinobu Majima, South East Asia Research, 19, 4 (), pp. Contributions to Edited Volumes.
Southeast Asian economies are taking a huge hit in the global economic crisis caused by the spreading pandemic. The economic impact will be huge, on par with the fallout of the Asian Financial Crisis, or perhaps much greater.
Their economic success have served as role models for many developing countries, especially the Tiger Cub Economies of southeast Asia. Inthe World Bank report The East Asian Miracle credited neoliberal policies to have caused the economic boom, including the maintenance of export-oriented policies, low taxes, and minimal welfare l meaning: Asia's Four Little Dragons.
“The Digital Economy in Southeast Asia: Strengthening the Foundations for Future Growth.” Information and Communications for Development. World Bank, Washington, D.C. License: Creative Commons Attribution CC BY IGO.
Translations — If you create a translation of this work, please add the following disclaimer along with the attribution. The Economic Outlook for Southeast Asia, China and India is a bi-annual publication on regional economic growth, development and regional integration in Emerging Asia.
It focuses on the economic conditions of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) member countries: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar.
Finance & Development. Southeast Asian youth get ready to take on the world Asia’s Digital Revolution High levels of remittances can spark a vicious cycle of economic stagnation and dependence.
Ralph Chami: Avoiding the Remittance Trap. Africa Comes Together. The book points out that the US attention on Southeast Asia was an extension of the containment policy in the Cold war era.
On the other hand, the book also reveals that the United States did not consider its policy goals of Southeast Asian development and solidarity as mere dependent variables of its ‘war’ policies. The author is wholly responsible for the views expressed in this book which do not necessarily reflect those of the publisher.
ISEAS Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data Zhao, Hong. China’s One Belt One Road: An Overview of the Debate. (Trends in Southeast Asia, ; TRS 6/16) 1. China—Commercial policy.
China—Economic File Size: 1MB. Data and research on development including official development assistance (ODA), aid architecture and effectiveness, conflict, fragility, evaluation, gender, governance and poverty., The Economic Outlook for Southeast Asia, China and India is a bi-annual publication on regional economic growth, development and regional integration in Emerging Asia.
This edition of the Southeast Asian Economic Outlook examines medium-term growth prospects, recent macroeconomic policy challenges, and structural challenges including human capital, infrastructure and SME development.
It also looks at economic disparities “between” and “within” countries in the region. It provides coverage for Brunei, Cambodia, China, India. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hill, Hal, Southeast Asian economic development.
Canberra, ACT, Australia: National Centre for Development Studies, Research School of Pacific Studies, ANU, ©How did Southeast Asia’s geography contribute to the region’s economic development?
A. Much of Southeast Asia is separated from the rest of Asia by high mountains, making it a difficult place to invade. B. Many Southeast Asian countries were positioned strategically along the Silk Road and therefore developed into trade centers.
C."This book attempts to identify the challenges of urbanisation in Southeast Asia and promote strategies for sustainable economic growth. [It] also emphasises the importance of networks and cooperation among cities and local governments, and that environmental improvement in Southeast Asian cities should concern not only policies and regulation but also the politics and .