Development and Distribution: Structural Change in South East Asia
Discusses economic history and the developmental experience of structural transformation and inclusive growth in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand from the 1960s onwards. Focuses on conceptual points of departure and theory and heterogeneity of structural transformation and inclusive growth. Reviews the era of classical developmentalism in South East Asia to consider the social structure of capital accumulation welfare regimes, and the variety of developmentalism. Considers the second era of two-tier and the third wave of developmentalism in South East Asia.