Economic nationalism and the Third World State: the political economy of the Indonesian automotive industry, 1950-1984
At the theoretical level, the purpose of this thesis is to examine how the relationship between state and capital in developing countries changes during the process of industrialisation. In Indonesia, automobile production is frequently championed as a symbol of economic nationalism and an example of successful industrialisation. This study attempts to identify the social forces influencing policy in this politically-important industry. It traces its evolution, showing how the state-business...[Show more]
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