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South East Asia-regional development in South East Asia: the challenges of sub-national diversity



South East Asia-regional development in South East Asia: the challenges of sub-national diversity



Economics Division Working Papers Southeast Asia, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University ( 1): iii + 37 pp.



An examination of four Southeast Asian economies (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand) is presented focusing on regional development performance and policy issues because of the contrast in their ecological and economic diversity, and the range of policy approaches employed. Patterns of regional development are examined, including salient features of economic and social structure, and the dynamics of development since 1970.

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