The Indonesian cotton textile industry during inflation, 1950-1965 : a case study of an industry in an underdeveloped country
If an economist were asked to choose one aspect of a country's economy which could best illustrate the quality of its economic organisation and problems he would, at some stage, consider reviewing one of the largest single industries in the country. Whether, or not he finally settled on a large industry would depend on how deeply a study of it it would reveal and explain the characteristics of the economy in general. If the country was developing along new lines he would prefer a new or...[Show more]
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