Southeast Asian responses to globalization: restructuring governance and deepening democracyAuthor: Loh, Francis Kok Wah ; Öjendal, Joakim Series: NIAS democracy in Asia ; 10 Publisher: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 382 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 8791114446Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Southeast Asian Responses to Globalization Restructuring Governance and Deepening Democracy Contents Acknowledgements List of Contributors Abbreviations INTRODUCTION Francis Loh Kok Wah and Joakim Öjendal 1 Globalization, Development and Democratization in Southeast Asial Francis Loh Kok Wah vii ix xii 1 17 PART ONE: RESTRUCTURING GOVERNANCE 2 Liberalization without Democratization: Singapore in the Next Decade Chua Beng Huat Globalization, Capital Controls and Reformasi: Crises and Contestations over Governance Khoo Boo Teik Human Rights in Malaysia: Globalization, National Governance and Local Responses Saliha Hassan and Carolina Lopez 5 Global Civil Society in One Country? Class Formation and Business Activism in the Philippines Eva-Lotta E. Hedman 6 Globalization, Inequitable Development and Disenfranchisement in Sarawak Andrew Aeria 7 The Fall of Suharto: Understanding the Politics of the Global Dewi Fortuna Anwar 173 138 110 57 3 83 4 201 Southeast Asian Responses to Globalization PART TWO: DEEPENING DEMOCRACY 8 Filling the Democratic Deficit: Deliberative Forums and Political Organizing in Indonesia Hans Antlöv Democracy and the Mainstreaming of Localism in Thailand Michael Kelly Connors 10 A New Local State in Cambodia? Decentralization as a Political Commodity Joakim Öjendal Democracy among the Grassroots: Local Responses to Democratic Reforms in Vietnam Bent Jorgensen 233 9 259 287 11 316 CONCLUSION 12 Democratization amidst Globalization in Southeast Asia: Empirical Findings and Theoretical Reflections 345 Joakim Öjendal Index TABLES 1 Average Annual GDP, Sarawak, 1970-2000 2 Major Political Party Funders, Sarawak, 1963-69 373 174 179
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