3 edition of Marketization in ASEAN found in the catalog.
by ASEAN Economic Research Unit, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Ng Chee Yuen, Norbert Wagner.|
|Contributions||Ng, C. Y., Wagner, Norbert, 1950-|
|LC Classifications||HD4293 .M365 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 148 p. :|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||91941786|
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Using both a quantitative model and qualitative country studies, this work analyzes the experiences of China, Taiwan, Indonesia, and Korea in moving toward both marketization and by: Marketization in ASEAN.
Singapore: ASEAN Economic Research Unit, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C Y Ng; Norbert Wagner. Unfortunately, the collapse of Asian financial markets at the end of the century threatens to undermine confidence for this political progress.
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As Southeast and Northeast Asia recover from the Asian crisis and return to a state of growth, the authors of this book assess the lessons to be learned from the crisis to achieve sustainable development in the future.
marketization of the economy – than to economic growth per se. Marketization, democracy and economic growth in China Cited by: 2.
This unique book focuses on its impact upon Hong Kong and Singapore, and how these two East Asian Tigers have responded to the strong global tide of marketization in shaping and developing their education policies. This book explores how strong, open, liberalized markets create a counterbalance to crony capitalism and corruption and form the basis for a foundation of political liberalization.
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The changing landscape in higher education is chiefly characterized by massification, diversification, marketization, and internationalization.
The increase in demands for higher education has manifested in three forms—larger number of student population, higher interest in cross-border knowledge and experience, Cited by: 6.
This book explores how processes of marketization have registered across East Asia’s diverse social landscape and its implications for patterns of welfare and inequality.
While there has been great interest in East Asia’s economic rise, treatments of welfare and inequality in the region have been largely relegated to specialist literatures. Globalization and Marketization in Education will draw an interested readership from education policy researchers, policymakers and administrators.
Scholars of public policy, and Asian, development and education studies will also find the book of special interest and by: The book is a compelling case study of the inherent conservatism of ASEAN's engagements with civil society. Kelly Gerard deftly and rigorously exposes how rhetorical commitments to a more 'people oriented' ASEAN mask the extent to which engagements with civil society serve to legitimize the projects of marketization and liberalization being Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
This book analyses recently collected data from the National Bureau of Statistics of China and the work of leading scholars in the field of higher education.
It highlights the marketization of state-owned institutions and the increasing importance of the internationalization of higher education – two important features of education in a modern and global context. This chapter introduces a “neo-Polanyian” conception of capitalist crisis, by drawing from and engaging with Karl Polanyi's framework.
Polanyi had described a “double movement” by which societies typically correct for the predations inflicted by unregulated markets (and thus secure their future). Government is crucial to providing social insurance, education, food or health.
The Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) has since its formation in been known for lack of progress in the field of regional economic integration. Malaysia and Singapore in Viet Nam’s Economic Reforms’, in Scott Christensen and Manuel Montes (eds) Marketization in Southeast Asia Lim L.Y.C.
() ASEAN: New Modes of Cited by: 3.Book Description. The litany of alarming observations about water use and misuse is now familiar—over a billion people without access to safe drinking water; almost every major river dammed and diverted; increasing conflicts over the delivery of water in urban areas; continuing threats to water quality from agricultural inputs and industrial wastes; and the increasing .Book Description Since China began an era of market reform three decades ago, many Westerners believed that, political liberalization and, eventually, democracy would follow.
However, contrary to Western expectations, China remains an authoritarian country and the communist party is still in power, even though the country has witnessed rapid.