Southeast Asia’s Democratic Developmental States and Economic Growth

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Michael T. Rock;
  • Journal: Institutions and Economies,volume 7,issue 1 April,pages23-51
  • Subject: Developmental States, Economic Growth, Institutions, Southeast Asia
    • jel: jel:O4 | jel:O20 | jel:O53

How has democracy impacted growth in Southeast Asia? This question can be answered by demonstrating how political elites in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand crafted quite unique democratic developmental states that enabled them to provide the public goods and public pol... View more
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