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Why Economic History?

Reid, Anthony


Until recently, the world knew Southeast Asia primarily for its turbulent politics, and what economic successes there were tended to be dismissed as nee-colonial enclaves of little long-term relevance. The impressive ASEAN performance since 1970 can no longer be ignored, but it has by no means been understood. Is this a recovery from the artificially low levels created by post-war conflicts, a spillover from Japan and the NICs, or does it fit into long-term trends for the region?...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 1989-01
Type: Journal article
Source: ECHOSEA Newsletter
Access Rights: Open Access


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