Indonesian Economic Policies and Performance, 1960-1998
There are few other countries, if any, in which the variations in performance, policy and external conditions have been as wide as those which have occurred in Indonesia since the 1960s. Oil prices have boomed and collapsed; macroeconomic policy has varied between conservative orthodoxy and hyperinflation; trade policy has varied between strong protectionism and relative openness; finally, Indonesia has been the most severely affected of all the countries hit by the Asian crisis which began in...[Show more]
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