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Varieties of Capitalism in Southeast Asia


Varieties of Capitalism in Southeast Asia


The Political Economy of East Asia

von: Joel David Moore

83,29 €

Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 11.08.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9783319537009
Sprache: englisch

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This book explains the political origins and evolution of capitalist institutions in developing countries by looking at distinct patterns in the electronics industry in three Southeast Asian countries: Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore. An analysis of the political determinants of these patterns has a number of theoretical and practical implications. It includes a new explanation for family business behavior, a unified framework for explaining capitalist varieties, a guide for institutional reform, and a comparative examination of three dynamic Asian economies that provides important insights to students, scholars, and people in business. 
Chapter 1. capitalist varieties: an introduction Chapter 2. Constraints and development I. Synthesis: Veto Players, Corruption, and Coordination II. Cases and Concepts Chapter 3. Thailand: from autocrats to oversized coalitions I. Military Rule (1957-1973) A. Constraints B. Policy Environment C. Economic Governance Institutions D. Electrical/Electronic Industry II. Instability (1973-1979) A. Constraints B. Policy environment C. Economic Governance Institutions D. Electrical/Electronics Industry III. Semi-Democracy (1979-1989) A. Constraints B. Policy Environment C. Economic Governance Institutions D. Electrical/Electronic Industry IV. Coalitional Governments (1989-1997) A. Constraints B. Policy Environment C. Economic Governance Institutions D. Electrical/Electronic Industry V. Post-Crisis (1997-2001) A. Constraints B. Policy Environment C. Economic Governance Institutions D. Electrical/Electronic Industry VI. Single Party Rule (2001-2006) A. Constraints B. Policy Environment C. Economic Governance Institutions D. Electrical/Electronic Industry VII. Conclusion Chapter 4. Malaysia: thriving under neglect I. Malaysia (1957-1969) A. Constraints B. Policy Environment C. Economic Governance Institutions D. Electrical/Electronics Industries II. Malaysia (1969-2008) A. Constraints B. Policy Environment C. Economic Governance Institutions D. Electrical/Electronics Industries II. Penang: 1969-2008 A. Constraints B. Policy Environment C. Economic Governance Institutions III. Conclusion Chapter 5. Singapore: constraints and coordination A. Constraints B. Policy Environment C. Economic Governance Institutions I. Conclusion Chapter 6. Comparisons and Conclusions I. Political constraints and the policy environment II. The policy environment and capitalist institutions
Joel Moore is Deputy Head of School for Education for the School of Arts and Social Sciences at Monash University, Malaysia.
This book explains the political origins and evolution of capitalist institutions in developing countries by looking at distinct patterns in the electronics industry in three Southeast Asian countries: Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore. An analysis of the political determinants of these patterns has a number of theoretical and practical implications. It includes a new explanation for family business behavior, a unified framework for explaining capitalist varieties, a guide for institutional reform, and a comparative examination of three dynamic Asian economies that provides important insights to students, scholars, and people in business. 
Explains family business behavior in East AsiaIncludes a model which analyses the political conditions that will prevent or foster particular patterns of Asian economyExplores different regions and eras in Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand

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