Reflections on Development in Southeast Asia (hard cover)

Reflections on Development in Southeast Asia (hard cover)
Lim Teck Ghee, editor
Date of publication:  1988
Publisher:  Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
Number of pages:  195
Code:  BM88

About the publication

The rapid pace of economic development in Southeast Asia has involved a changing and often volatile relationship between traditional structures and values, and new structures associated with state and administrative power. In this volume, a variety of original perspectives is offered on crucial subjects, including region, the bureaucracy, the state and non-governmental organizations.


  • Reflections on Development in Southeast Asia (hard cover)
    [Whole Publication, ISBN: 9789814379090]
  • Preliminary pages
  • 1. Islamic Resurgence & the Question of Development in Malaysia, by Chandra Muzaffar, author
  • 2. A Buddhist Approach to Development: The Case of 'Development Monks' in Thailand, by Somboon Suksamran, author
  • 3. Thai Bureaucratic Behaviour: The Impact of Dual Values on Public Policies, by Kanok Wongtrangan, author
  • 4. Distributive Justice in the Philippines: Ideology, Policy & Surveillance, by Mahar Mangahas, author
  • 5. The Emergence of the Bureaucratic Capitalist State in Indonesia, by Arief Budiman , author
  • 6. Outlines of a Non-Linear Emplotment of Philippine History, by Reynaldo C. Ileto, author
  • 7.Non-Government Organizations and Human Development: The ASEAN Experience, by Lim Teck Ghee, author
  • Notes on Contributors

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