The Rise of New Urban Middle Classes in Southeast Asia: What is its national and regional significance?

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Takashi Shiraishi;
(2004)

Middle classes in East Asia are a product of regional economic development which has taken place in waves under an American informal empire, over half a century, first in Japan, then in NIEs, then in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines and now in China. Th... View more
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