1 edition of Questioning development in Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
Questioning development in Southeast Asia
by Published by Select Books on behalf of Southeast Asia Study Group in [Singapore]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Nancy Chng ; foreword by William Lim Siew Wai.|
|Contributions||Chng, Nancy., Southeast Asia Study Group.|
|LC Classifications||HN690.8.A8 Q47|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 164 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||77941503|
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This Handbook traces the uneven experiences that have accompanied development in Southeast Asia. The region is often considered to be a development success Questioning development in Southeast Asia book however, it is increasingly recognized that growth underpinning this development has been accompanied by patterns of inequality, violence, environmental degradation and cultural loss.
Book Description. This title was first published in The region of Southeast Asia has been one of the focal points for study in academic circles. Most of the studies concentrate on the economic development but social development received relatively lesser attention.
Addressing the latest issues and developments relating to Southeast Asia, this book also presents the indigenous culture, external forces, population and settlement characteristics, and economic patterns of the by: 9.
First published inthis volume responds to the rapid change in mids South East Asia, exploring the uneven distribution of development within the region and providing broad coverage of different aspects of this unevenness at Cited by: Southeast Asia, with a total population of million, remains a region characterized by fragmentation, diversity, and considerable internal conflict despite the unifying influence of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), formed some thirty-five years ago.
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More exchanges between Southeast Asia, India, and China will be discussed in future chapters. Size: 1MB. Reviews "This book makes a number of important contributions to the literature on economic development in Southeast Asia. The chapters combine rich historical material with rigorous new analytic work to highlight the factors responsible for the region's rapid transition and economic progress, as well some of the emerging challenges that have contributed to a slowdown in.
Rice is the most important crop in Southeast Asia. Women are historically responsible for the majority of the planting and care of rice cultivation and other domestic crops, and men were responsible for clearing fields, falling trees and burning plots in preparation of planting.
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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.
This book charts the development of Southeast Asia, examining the economies of Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Burma alongside the established Asian market economies. Drawing on case studies from across the region, the author assesses poverty and ways in which the poor are identified and viewed.
Process and change in the rural and urban 'worlds. The first edition of Southeast Asia: An Introductory History was published in and immediately filled a need for travelers and students interested in a tantalizingly different part of the uent editions have continued to document with great perception the enormous changes and dramatic growth experienced in the by: UNIT 10 RESOURCES Southeast Asia CHAPTER 29 Physical Geography of Southeast Asia CHAPTER 30 Cultural Geography of Southeast Asia CHAPTER 31 The Region Today: Southeast Asia.
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"This book makes a number of important contributions to the literature on economic development in Southeast Asia. The chapters combine rich historical material with rigorous new analytic work to highlight the factors responsible for the region's rapid transition and economic progress, as well some of the emerging challenges that have contributed to a slowdown in Price: $This book examines the prospects for commercial law reform in Asia, giving particular attention to Japan and Singapore, as frequently cited role models for Asian developmentalism, and also examining development related business laws in countries such as China, Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam and the Philippines.
Exploring the remarkable political and economic changes sweeping Southeast Asia, the authors take as their starting point the trend,albeit uneven,toward democratization.
They focus specifically on Asian democracy,'" a form that has been adapted by Southeast Asians to suit their own particular book begins by building a framework for Cited by: