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Authors: Daquila, Teofilo C. (National University of Singapore) 
Book Description:
This book analyzes the growth, development and crisis experiences of the Southeast Asian economies, in particular, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand – also known as ASEAN-5. The proposition is developed that the robust economic performance of the Southeast Asian economies during the past four decades has been attributed to the various factors, developments and independent national policies which have been pursued by the individual member countries rather than to any regional economic framework.
The book covers eleven topics which is suitable for a one-semester course on the economics of Southeast Asia. Also, it has a narrower area coverage as it focuses only on the five economies, namely, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand. The sectoral treatment of the crisis impact and the analytical treatment of policy responses to the crisis differentiate this book from other publications on the same topic. Finally, this book provides an analysis of national developments, policies and factors which have contributed to the economic transformation of the respective Southeast Asian economies.

Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-xii

PART I. AN OVERVIEW OF SOUTHEAST ASIA’S ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE; pp. 1

Chapter 1 - The Picture; pp. 3-16

Chapter 2 - Explaining the Picture; pp. 17-44

PART II. THE DOMESTIC ECONOMY OF SOUTHEAST ASIA; pp. 121

Chapter 3 - The Agricultural Sector in Southeast Asia: Production, Problems and Policies; pp. 47-66

Chapter 4 - The Industrial Sector in Southeast Asia: Development Experiences and Policies; pp. 67-84

Chapter 5 - The Financial Markets and Institutions in Southeast Asia; pp. 85-120

PART III. THE EXTERNAL ECONOMY OF SOUTHEAST ASIA; pp. 121

Chapter 6 - Foreign Trade in Southeast Asia: Theories, Policies and AFTA; pp. 123-146

Chapter 7 - Foreign Direct Investment in Southeast Asia: Trends, Patterns and Determinants; pp. 147-170

Chapter 8 - Regional Economic Integration in Southeast Asia: Case of ASEAN; pp. 171-196

PART IV. THE 1997/98 ECONOMIC CRISIS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA; pp. 197

Chapter 9 - Causes and Consequences of the Crisis; pp. 199-224

Chapter 10 - Policy Responses to the Crisis; pp. 225-246

Chapter 11 - Southeast Asia’s Economic Performance: Reviewing the Past, Looking to the Future; pp. 247-270

References; pp. 271-290

About the Author; pp. 291-292

Index; pp. 293-301

   Binding: Flexback
   Pub. Date: 2013- January
   Pages: 313
   ISBN: 978-1-60021-108-9
   Status: AV
  
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