Decentralization and Its Discontents: An Essay on Class, Political Agency and National Perspective in Indonesian Politics
Format: Print Book
- James L. Peacock, Kenan Distinguished Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"This book opens up the discussion on the history and political economy of the new populist policies that seem to gain momentum in the face of the Indonesian elections. It also addresses questions pertaining to the problems and options related to popular aspirations within this context-all of which cannot be explained very well by any of the predominant theses on Indonesia, whether as an oligarchy or a democratically liberal but economically predatory country."
- Professor Olle Trnquist, University of Oslo
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Subjects:Political Ideologies / Democracy
Number of Pages: 122
Imprint:Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
Publication Date: 41794
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