The Indonesian economy: Growth, crisis and recovery
Indonesia, Southeast Asia's most populous state and its largest economy, was deeply affected by the economic crisis of 1997-1998. Its economic contraction in 1998, of over 13%, was the sharpest among all four crisis-affected East Asian economies. This followed three decades of virtually uninterrupted, rapid economic growth. The country's economic crisis was accompanied by regime collapse, resulting in the departure of then President Suharto after 32 years of authoritarian rule. This paper...[Show more]
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