Nominal and actual objectives of economic policy making in Indonesia
Indonesia's Constitution makes it clear that the government should act to improve the welfare of the people, but there is little indication as to how it should go about doing so. Economic science gives plenty of guidance on this, and there are two basic lines of argument used to justify a role for government in economic affairs: efficiency and equity. Casual observation suggests that the policies of successive Indonesian governments have done little to improve efficiency, falling well short of...[Show more]
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