Australian trade with Southeast Asia : a study of resistances to bilateral trade flows
This thesis had two main origins. The first was an interest in Southeast Asia, common to many in my generation of Australians, and especially to those who were undergraduates at the Australian National University. The second was an interest in international trade theory, as the systematisation of the nature and effects of a major point of contact between diverse societies. Both parents have strongly marked the features of the offspring.
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