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Development and distribution : structural change in South East Asia / Andy Sumner.

By: Sumner, Andrew, 1973- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2018Edition: First edition.Description: x, 218 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780198792369 (hbk.).Subject(s): Economic development -- Southeast Asia | Income distribution -- Southeast Asia | Industrialization -- Southeast Asia | Southeast Asia -- Economic conditionsDDC classification: 338.959 SUM
Contents:
1.Introduction 2.Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth: Conceptual Points of Departure 3.Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth: Theory and Heterogeneity 4.Great Transformations: Classical Developmentalism in South East Asia 5.Pseudo-Miracles: Two-Tier Developmentalism in South East Asia 6.Arrested Development? The Rise of New Developmentalism in South East Asia 7.Conclusion. Cover; Development and Distribution: Structural Change in South East Asia; Copyright; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; 1: Introduction; 1.1 Overview; 1.2 The Developer's Dilemma; 1.3 Theories of Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth; 1.4 Methodology and Analytical Approach Taken; 1.5 The Intended Contribution of this Book; 1.6 The Existing Literature; 1.7 The Structure of the Book; 1.8 Conclusion; 2: Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth: Conceptual Points of Departure; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Structural Transformation: Conceptual Points of Departure. 2.2.1 Overview2.2.2 Structural Transformation: Definitions; 2.3 Inclusive Growth: Conceptual Points of Departure; 2.4 The Relationship Between Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth; 2.4.1 Overview; 2.4.2 The Lewis Model Revisited; 2.4.3 Kuznets Revisited; 2.5 Conclusion; 3: Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth: Theory and Heterogeneity; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth: Orthodox Theory; 3.3 Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth: Heterodox Theory; 3.3.1 Overview; 3.3.2 Structuralism and Developmentalism. 3.3.3 Developmentalism and Dependency, Monopoly Capitalism, and World Systems Theory3.4 Comparative Capitalisms and the Social Structure of Capital Accumulation; 3.4.1 Varieties of Capitalism; 3.4.2 The Social Structure of Capital Accumulation as an Analytical Approach to the Study of Heterogeneous Capitalisms; 3.5 Conclusion; 4: Great Transformations: Classical Developmentalism in South East Asia; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Classical Developmentalism; 4.3 Classical Developmentalism in South East Asia: The Empirical Experience. 4.4 Classical Developmentalism in South East Asia: The Social Structure of Capital Accumulation4.4.1 Overview and Context; 4.4.2 Malaysia; 4.4.3 Indonesia; 4.4.4 Thailand; 4.5 Conclusion; 5: Pseudo-Miracles: Two-Tier Developmentalism in South East Asia; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Reinventing Developmentalism; 5.3 Two-tier Developmentalism in South East Asia: The Empirical Experience; 5.4 Two-tier Developmentalism in South East Asia: The Social Structure of Capital Accumulation; 5.4.1 Overview and Context; 5.4.2 Malaysia; 5.4.3 Indonesia; 5.4.4 Thailand; 5.5 Conclusion. 6: Arrested Development?: The Rise of New Developmentalism in South East Asia6.1 Introduction; 6.2 New Developmentalism; 6.3 New Developmentalism in South East Asia: The Empirical Experience of South East Asia; 6.4 New Developmentalism in South East Asia: The Social Structure of Capital Accumulation; 6.4.1 Overview and Context; 6.4.2 Malaysia; 6.4.3 Indonesia; 6.4.4 Thailand; 6.5 Conclusion; 7: Conclusion; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Retrospective; 7.3 Three Core Questions; 7.3.1 How Deep and of what Nature was the Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand?
Summary: Using Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand as examples, this book focuses on industrialization in South East Asia. These nations have all undergone a major transformation from being poor, agrarian countries to middle-income countries with a developed industrial and manufacturing base. Development and Distribution seeks to explain why and how.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1.Introduction
2.Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth: Conceptual Points of Departure
3.Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth: Theory and Heterogeneity
4.Great Transformations: Classical Developmentalism in South East Asia
5.Pseudo-Miracles: Two-Tier Developmentalism in South East Asia
6.Arrested Development? The Rise of New Developmentalism in South East Asia
7.Conclusion.
Cover; Development and Distribution: Structural Change in South East Asia; Copyright; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Figures; 1: Introduction; 1.1 Overview; 1.2 The Developer's Dilemma; 1.3 Theories of Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth; 1.4 Methodology and Analytical Approach Taken; 1.5 The Intended Contribution of this Book; 1.6 The Existing Literature; 1.7 The Structure of the Book; 1.8 Conclusion; 2: Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth: Conceptual Points of Departure; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Structural Transformation: Conceptual Points of Departure.
2.2.1 Overview2.2.2 Structural Transformation: Definitions; 2.3 Inclusive Growth: Conceptual Points of Departure; 2.4 The Relationship Between Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth; 2.4.1 Overview; 2.4.2 The Lewis Model Revisited; 2.4.3 Kuznets Revisited; 2.5 Conclusion; 3: Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth: Theory and Heterogeneity; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth: Orthodox Theory; 3.3 Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth: Heterodox Theory; 3.3.1 Overview; 3.3.2 Structuralism and Developmentalism.
3.3.3 Developmentalism and Dependency, Monopoly Capitalism, and World Systems Theory3.4 Comparative Capitalisms and the Social Structure of Capital Accumulation; 3.4.1 Varieties of Capitalism; 3.4.2 The Social Structure of Capital Accumulation as an Analytical Approach to the Study of Heterogeneous Capitalisms; 3.5 Conclusion; 4: Great Transformations: Classical Developmentalism in South East Asia; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Classical Developmentalism; 4.3 Classical Developmentalism in South East Asia: The Empirical Experience.
4.4 Classical Developmentalism in South East Asia: The Social Structure of Capital Accumulation4.4.1 Overview and Context; 4.4.2 Malaysia; 4.4.3 Indonesia; 4.4.4 Thailand; 4.5 Conclusion; 5: Pseudo-Miracles: Two-Tier Developmentalism in South East Asia; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Reinventing Developmentalism; 5.3 Two-tier Developmentalism in South East Asia: The Empirical Experience; 5.4 Two-tier Developmentalism in South East Asia: The Social Structure of Capital Accumulation; 5.4.1 Overview and Context; 5.4.2 Malaysia; 5.4.3 Indonesia; 5.4.4 Thailand; 5.5 Conclusion.
6: Arrested Development?: The Rise of New Developmentalism in South East Asia6.1 Introduction; 6.2 New Developmentalism; 6.3 New Developmentalism in South East Asia: The Empirical Experience of South East Asia; 6.4 New Developmentalism in South East Asia: The Social Structure of Capital Accumulation; 6.4.1 Overview and Context; 6.4.2 Malaysia; 6.4.3 Indonesia; 6.4.4 Thailand; 6.5 Conclusion; 7: Conclusion; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Retrospective; 7.3 Three Core Questions; 7.3.1 How Deep and of what Nature was the Structural Transformation and Inclusive Growth in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand?

Using Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand as examples, this book focuses on industrialization in South East Asia. These nations have all undergone a major transformation from being poor, agrarian countries to middle-income countries with a developed industrial and manufacturing base. Development and Distribution seeks to explain why and how.

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