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Author: Kwame Sundaram Jomo
ISBN: 0333496787
Subcategory: Economics
Pages 262 pages
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan; 1990 edition (August 3, 1990)
Language English
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eBook Growth and Structural Change in the Malaysian Economy (Studies in the Economies of East and South-East Asia) download

by Kwame Sundaram Jomo


Studies in the Economies of East and South-East Asia. This book attempts to understand economic developments in Malaysia in the early and mid-Eighties, focusing on growth, balance of payments, fiscal and debt trends.

Studies in the Economies of East and South-East Asia. Growth and Structural Change in the Malaysian Economy. Authors: Jomo, Kwame Sundaram. They are all seen against global trends, earlier developments in the Malaysian economy and other changes in Malaysian society. Show all. Table of contents (10 chapters). Malaysia’s Economic Heritage.

Growth and Structural Change in the Malaysian Economy.

Oil, Economic Development and Diversification in Brunei Darussalam. Cleary, . Wong, S. Y. (1994).

This book attempts to understand economic developments in Malaysia in the early and mid-Eighties, focusing on growth, balance of payments, fiscal and debt trends. ISBN13:9780333496787. Release Date:August 1990.

Growth and Structural Change in the Malaysian Economy, Macmillan, London .

Growth and Structural Change in the Malaysian Economy, Macmillan, London & St. Martin’s Press, New York, 1990 (262pp. Masyarakat Malaysia: Cabaran Sosio-ekonomi (Malaysian Society: Socio-economic Challenges), INSAN, Kuala Lumpur, 1991 (122pp. vi); excerpts translated into Chinese and published in Taipeh, Taiwan. Malaysian Economic Development Policies After 1990, Centre for East and Southeast Asian Studies, James Cook University of North Queensland, Townsville, 1994 (119pp.

China's Foreign Trade: A New Normal. The participation of the Chinese economy in the global production chains through processing activities is no longer the main driver of its trade performance. The new driving force of change is ordinary trade, based mainly on local inputs and domestic demand

Jomo is a leading scholar and expert on the political economy of. . The Way Forward? The Political Economy of Development Policy Reform in Malaysia.

Jomo Sundaram is a Malaysian economist and educator Sundaram studied at Westlands Primary School in Sittingbourne from 1959 to 1963

Jomo Sundaram is a Malaysian economist and educator. He is a former United Nations Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development. Sundaram studied at Westlands Primary School in Sittingbourne from 1959 to 1963. He attended the Penang Free School in George Town in 1964–1966 and the Royal Military College between 1967–1970.

South Korea’s economic growth has slowed significantly since the 1997 Asian financial crisis. The reason for this relative productivity gap between SMEs and large firms can be found in the structural problems of the South Korean economy. The five-year average GDP growth rate was . per cent during 1991–95, but dropped substantially to . per cent for 2001–05 and then . per cent in 2006–10. But SMEs fell behind.

While the Malaysian model cannot be superimposed on South Africa, lessons can be learned and adapted to suit local conditions. The Malaysian experience emphasises the importance of economic growth since growth played a key role in the successful restructuring of the economy, poverty reduction and the redressing of ethnic imbalances. To this end it points to the importance of economic fundamentals.

For countries across south-east Asia, China is becoming an increasingly important economic partner, raising .

For countries across south-east Asia, China is becoming an increasingly important economic partner, raising questions about the region’s direction and future.

This book attempts to understand economic developments in Malaysia in the early and mid-Eighties, focusing on growth, balance of payments, fiscal and debt trends. They are all seen against global trends, earlier developments in the Malaysian economy and other changes in Malaysian society.