The Indonesian Development Experience: A Collection of Writings and Speeches

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About the Publication

This book is a rich selection of speeches and writings of Professor Widjojo Nitisastro of the University of Indonesia, who has radically changed the command economy under Soekarno into development planning using economic analysis under Soeharto. He is one of the most respected and influential economists of the twentieth century. He is also the first Indonesian demographer. This background has contributed to his wide focus on development issues such as poverty, food security, education, health, and family planning. This book provides invaluable insight for all who are interested in Indonesia's economic development. It is divided into six parts: Indonesia's Development Plan; Implementation of Indonesian Development; Facing Economic Crises; Foreign Debt Management; Equity and Development; and Indonesia and the World.

Contents

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The Indonesian Development Experience: A Collection of Writings and Speeches [Whole Publication, ISBN: 978-981-4311-83-0] 19.90 USD
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Preliminary pages with Introduction Download
PART I: PLANNING OF INDONESIA'S DEVELOPMENT
1. Economic Analysis and Development Planning (1963) 5.00 USD
2. Imprudent Economic and Financial Policies (1966) 5.00 USD
3. Restructuring Indonesian Economic Fundamentals with Economic Principles (1966) 5.00 USD
4. Contribution of Ideas of the Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia to the Session of the Provisional People's Consultative Assembly (MPRS) (1966) 5.00 USD
5. Comparison between Articles of the Contribution of Ideas of the Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia to the Decision of the Provisional Consultative Assembly No: XXIII/MPRS/1966 (1966) 5.00 USD
6. The Essence And Consequences of MPRS Decree No. XXIII, Year 1966, on Economic, Financial and Development Matters (1966) 5.00 USD
7. Challenges in Increasing Food Production in Indonesia (1968) 5.00 USD
8. The Basic Framework of the Five-Year Development Plan (REPELITA) (1968) 5.00 USD
PART II: IMPLEMENTATION OF INDONESIA'S DEVELOPMENT
9. Progress and Challenges of Indonesia's Development (1990) 5.00 USD
10. Some Features of Indonesia's Economic Development During the Last Twenty-Five Years (1993) 5.00 USD
11. Oil and the Indonesian Economy (1985) 5.00 USD
12. Making Tough and Painful Decisions (1991) 5.00 USD
13. Responding to Various Development Proposals (1997) 5.00 USD
PART III: FACING VARIOUS ECONOMIC CRISES
14. The International Monetary Crisis (1971) 5.00 USD
15. Food Crisis (1972) 5.00 USD
16. PERTAMINA Crisis (1975) 5.00 USD
17. Devaluation of the Rupiah (1978) 5.00 USD
18. Fuel Price Increase (1982) 5.00 USD
19. World's Oil-based Fuel Prices Dived (1986) 5.00 USD
PART IV: SETTLEMENT OF FOREIGN DEBT
20. Old and New Debts (1969) 5.00 USD
21. A Once-And-For-All Settlement of Indonesia's Foreign Debt (1970) 5.00 USD
PART V: EQUITABLE DEVELOPMENT
22. Equitable Distribution Programme (1979) 5.00 USD
23. Fostering Small Scale Enterprises (1977) 5.00 USD
24. Food, Family Nutrition and Intersectoral Cooperation (1978) 5.00 USD
25. Reduction of Poverty: The Indonesian Experience (1994) 5.00 USD
PART VI: INDONESIA AND THE WORLD
26. In the Mutual Interest of Rich and Poor Nations (1982) 5.00 USD
27. Indonesia Chaired the OPEC Conference in Bali at a Time When Iran and Iraq Were at War (1980) 5.00 USD
28. Fifteen World Economic Phenomena That Stood Out During the Decade of the 1980s (1989) 5.00 USD
29. Perception of Interdependence But Lack of Meaningful Action (1984) 5.00 USD
30. Advancing Mutual Understanding and Mutual Confidence (1996) 5.00 USD
Index Download
About the Author Download

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