The Politics and Economics of Indonesia's Natural Resources

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The challenges in using and managing natural resources in Indonesia are immense. They include ensuring that resource utilisation benefits most Indonesians; optimising the rate of exploitation of mineral reserves, bearing in mind the interests of future generations; and achieving sustainable forest and maritime exploitation. Recent rapid political change under reformasi and decentralisation may seem to have provided opportunities for a long-term development path that embraces both resource sustainability and equity issues. However, they have also generated an environment of political uncertainty, weak law enforcement, increased insecurity of property rights and local conflicts. This situation, together with the post-crisis imperative of restoring socio-economic progress, has created a pressing need to address the challenges of proper utilisation and management of natural resources. This book examines these and related issues from a political, socio-economic, and environmental standpoint.
           1st Reprint 2006


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The Politics and Economics of Indonesia's Natural Resources 21.00 USD
Preliminary pages, with a Preface by Emil Salim Download
1. Introduction, by Budy P. Resosudarmo, author 5.00 USD
PART I Recent Political and Economic Developments
2. Politics: Indonesias Year of Elections and the End of the Political Transition, by Edward Aspinall, author 5.00 USD
3. The Economy: High Growth Remains Elusive, by Ross H McLeod, author 5.00 USD
PART II Globalisation, Decentralisation and Sustainable Development
4. Indonesia in a Changing Global Environment, by Warwick J McKibbin, author 5.00 USD
5. International Trade and the Natural Resource 'Curse' in Southeast Asia: Does China's Growth Threaten Regional Development?, by Ian Coxhead, author 5.00 USD
6. Unfinished Edifice or Pandora's Box? Decentralisation and Resource Management in Indonesia, by James J Fox, Dedi Supriadi Adhuri, Ida Aju Pradnja Resosudarmo, authors 5.00 USD
7. Does Indonesia have the Balance Right in Natural Resource Revenue Sharing?, by Armida Salsiah Alisjahbana, author 5.00 USD
8. Development Performance and Future Scenarios in the Context of Sustainable Utilisation of Natural Resources, by Iwan J. Azis, Emil Salim, authors 5.00 USD
9. Oligarchy in the Timber Markets of Indonesia: From Apkindo to IBRA to the Future of the Forests, by Paul K Gellert, author 5.00 USD
10. If Only Fish Could Vote: The Enduring Challenges of Coastal and Marine Resources Management in Post-reformasi Indonesia, by Ian M Dutton, author 5.00 USD
11. Petroleum Paradox: The Politics of Oil and Gas, by Francisia S S E Seda, author 5.00 USD
12. Illegal Logging in Indonesia: Myth and Reality, by Krystof Obidzinski, author 5.00 USD
13. Illegal Coalmining in West Sumatra: Access and Actors in the Post-Soeharto Era, by Erwiza Erman, author 5.00 USD
14. Local Government and Environmental Conservation in West Java, by Joan Hardjono, author 5.00 USD
15. New Legal Initiatives for Natural Resource Management in a Changing Indonesia: The Promise, the Fear and the Unknown, by Jason M Patlis, author 5.00 USD
16. Institutional Transformation for Better Policy Implementation and Enforcement, by Isna Marifa, author 5.00 USD
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