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Author Booth, Anne, 1946-
Title The Indonesian economy in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries : a history of missed opportunities / Anne Booth.
Imprint New York : St. Martin's Press in association with the Australian National University, Canberra, 1998.

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Author Booth, Anne, 1946-
Series Modern economic history of Southeast Asia
Modern economic history of Southeast Asia.
Subject Indonesia -- Economic conditions.
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Author Booth, Anne, 1946-
Series Modern economic history of Southeast Asia
Modern economic history of Southeast Asia.
Subject Indonesia -- Economic conditions.
Description 1 online resource (xvi, 377 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 337-364) and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents List of Tables -- List of Figures -- Preface -- Introduction -- Output Growth and Structural Change: 1820-1990 -- Living Standards and the Distribution of Income -- Government and the Economy -- The Impact of International Trade -- Investment and Technological Change -- Markets and Entrepreneurs -- Conclusions -- Index.
ISBN 0585034362 (electronic bk.)
9780585034362 (electronic bk.)
9780333994962 (electronic bk.)
0333994965 (electronic bk.)
0312177496
0333553098
0333553101
OCLC # 42854540
Additional Format Print version: Booth, Anne, 1946- Indonesian economy in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. New York : St. Martin's Press in association with the Australian National University, Canberra, 1998 0312177496 (DLC) 97038378 (OCoLC)37705270
Table of Contents
 List of Figures 
 List of Tables 
 Preface 
1Introduction1
  The Formation of an 'Indonesian' Economy1
  Continuity and Change in Indonesian Economic Performance6
2Output Growth and Structural Change: 1820-199014
  Phases of Growth: An Introduction14
  Economic Growth in Java: 1800-7016
  Economic Growth outside Java: 1800-7025
  Policy Reform and Slow Growth: 1870-190029
  Accelerated Growth and Economic Diversification: 1901-2834
  Depression and Recovery: 1929-4139
  Economic Growth in the Colonial Era: A Summing Up45
  The Japanese Occupation and the Indonesian Revolution: 1942-4947
  Recovery from War and Revolution: 1950-5753
  Performance of the Guided Economy: 1958-6563
  Structural Retrogression in the Indonesian Economy: 1940-6570
  Growth and Structural Change in the New Order Era72
  Phases of Growth: A Summing Up85
  Appendix: Growth of Manufacturing Industry: 1880-197087
3Living Standards and the Distribution of Income89
  Evaluating Trends in Living Standards and Income Distribution in Indonesia89
  Trends in Living Standards in the Nineteenth Century92
  Living Standards in the Final Phase of Colonial Rule105
  Poverty and Inequality in the Colonial Era: A Summing Up113
  The Standard of Living and the Distribution of Income in an Era of Transition: 1950-65116
  Distributional Consequences of Accelerated Economic Growth after 1970124
  Trends in Indicators of Poverty: 1969-90128
  Long-Term Trends in Living Standards132
4Government and the Economy in Indonesia in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries135
  The Economic Role of Government in Indonesia135
  Government-Led Exploitation: 1830-70137
  Laissez-faire Liberalism: 1870-1900141
  Growth of Government Revenues and Expenditure after 1900144
  Infrastructure Development and the Growth of State Enterprises148
  The Rise of 'Welfare Interventionism': 1900-42154
  The Colonial Fiscal System in International Perspective158
  Revenue and Expenditure Policy: 1950-65161
  'The Failure of Stabilisation Policies: 1950-65168
  The Growth of the Public Enterprise Sector after 1950172
  Lessons from Old Order Public Policy175
  Stabilisation Policies and the Return to Growth: 1966-73178
  The Return to Development Planning under the New Order183
  Managing the Oil Boom: 1974-81186
  Post-Oil Boom Restructuring and Partial Liberalisation194
  Government and Development: A Summing Up201
5The Impact of International Trade203
  The Role of International Trade in the Indonesian Economy203
  Growth and Change in the Composition and Direction of Exports204
  Changes in the Direction of Trade208
  The Commodity Trade Balance and the Balance of Payments210
  Changes in the Trade Regime: The Rise and Decline of Free Trade Liberalism in the Colonial Era215
  The Regulated Trade Regime since 1950222
  International Trade and Economic Growth: The Colonial Experience227
  Trade and Growth: The Post-colonial Experience236
6Investment and Technological Change244
  Sources of Investment in Colonial and Post-colonial Indonesia244
  Private Investment in Small-scale Enterprises in Indonesia246
  Private Investment in Large-scale Capitalist Production253
  The Role of Government in Investment265
  Investment in Human Capital Through Education268
  Efficiency of Investment279
  Processes of Technology Transfer in Indonesia281
  Indonesia and the 'Lucas Paradox'287
7Markets and Entrepreneurs290
  Colonial Perceptions of Indigenous Entrepreneurship290
  The Development of Labour and Land Markets in the Colonial Era293
  The Development of Colonial Credit Facilities301
  Indigenous Entrepreneurship and the Role of the Chinese in the Colonial Economy307
  Socialism, Planning and the Private Sector: 1950-65311
  The Market, the State and Entrepreneurship in the New Order318
8Conclusions327
 Bibliography337
 Index364


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