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Malaysian development [electronic resource] : a retrospective / Martin Rudner.

By: Rudner, Martin.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Ottawa [Ont.] : Carleton University Press, 1994Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 406 p.).ISBN: 0886292204 (bound); 9780886292201 (bound); 0886292212 (pbk.); 9780886292218 (pbk.); 9780773573857 (electronic bk.); 0773573852 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Malaysia -- Economic policy | Malaysia -- Economic conditions | Economic history | Electronic books | Malaysia -- Politique �economique | Malaysia -- Conditions �economiques | Economische politiek | Economische ontwikkeling | Wirtschaftspolitik | Malaysia | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Development / Business Development | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Development / Economic Development | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Development / General | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Government & Business | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Structural Adjustment | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / Economic PolicyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Malaysian development.DDC classification: 338.9595 Online resources: EBSCOhost Review: "Malaysia ranks among the most dynamic of the high-growth Southeast Asian economies, but the prospects for Malaysian success have not always seemed so positive. When Malaysia became independent in 1957, it was a poor and deeply troubled country. With weak political and economic structures, it faced the added threat of a Communist Insurgency. Though the decades since have not been kind to many developing countries, Malaysia has managed to avoid the pitfalls that beset others, and has initiated far-reaching policies designed to restructure its society, alleviate poverty, and promote economic growth. With stable government and a vigorous economy, Malaysia today is among the great success stories of East Asian development."--BOOK JACKET.
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"Malaysia ranks among the most dynamic of the high-growth Southeast Asian economies, but the prospects for Malaysian success have not always seemed so positive. When Malaysia became independent in 1957, it was a poor and deeply troubled country. With weak political and economic structures, it faced the added threat of a Communist Insurgency. Though the decades since have not been kind to many developing countries, Malaysia has managed to avoid the pitfalls that beset others, and has initiated far-reaching policies designed to restructure its society, alleviate poverty, and promote economic growth. With stable government and a vigorous economy, Malaysia today is among the great success stories of East Asian development."--BOOK JACKET.

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