Half a century of Indonesian economic development: Continuity and change
Few countries have experienced such dramatic changes in economic fortunes and political governance as Indonesia since the 1960s. The world's fourth most populous nation and the ninth largest economy (in terms of purchasing power parity or PPP), it experienced more or less continuous economic decline for at least half a century prior to the mid-1960s (van der Eng 2002). By then it was one of the world's poorest countries. Two of the most influential studies of that period characterized the...[Show more]
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