Trade, Development, and Political Economy in East Asia: Essays in Honour of Hal Hill

Trade, Development, and Political Economy in East Asia: Essays in Honour of Hal Hill

Prema-Chandra Athukorala ; Arianto Patunru ; Budy P. Resosudarmo

Format: Print Book

ISBN: 9789814620055

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This volume is a tribute to Professor Hal Hill, one of the most distinguished and internationally renowned Australian development economists and the single most important Australian figure in the networks that bind the Australian and Southeast Asian economics professions over the past four decades. The volume contains twelve original contributions by distinguished scholars who are at the forefront of their own subject areas. The contributions are thematically arranged into three parts to reflect Professor Hills wide-ranging research interests: trade policy issues central to the development policy debate, structural change and global economic integration in East Asian economies, and the political economy of development policy.

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Preliminary pages
1. Introduction
2. Challenges of the world trading system and implications for Indonesia
3. From spaghetti bowl to jigsaw puzzle? Addressing the disarray in the world trade system
4. Agricultural trade consequences of Asia's economic growth: A case study of wine
5. Economic relations between China, India and Southeast Asia: coping with threats and opportunities
6. Revisiting the growth acceleration episodes of Indonesia and India: A political economy reading
7. Exporting, education, and wage differentials between foreign multinationals and local plants in Indonesian and Malaysian manufacturing
8. Indonesia: returns to occupation, education, and ability during a resource export boom
9. Labour market regulation and employment during the Yudhoyono years in Indonesia
10. Vietnam: trapped on the trail of the tigers?
11. Rethinking the role of the state in ASEAN
12. The ill-fated currency board proposal for Indonesia
13. What are grain reserves worth? A generalised political economy framework

Subjects:Economic Development

Number of Pages: 278


Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

Publication Date: 41975

Format: HB

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