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by Helen E S Nesadurai,J Soedradjad Djiwandono


Autocrats in the Global Economy: Twin Crises and Economic Adjustment in Southeast Asia. It changed the way we think about global business, competitiveness and the implication for far-flung economies, governments, education and more.

Autocrats in the Global Economy: Twin Crises and Economic Adjustment in Southeast Asia. January 2005 · Critical Sociology. Nesadurai, Helen . January 2009.

While economic globalization benefited Southeast Asia, especially during the 1990s boom, the region now seems to be caught between two emerging economic giants - China and India.

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Nesadurai and Djiwandono rightly warn that while social protection is often seen as a threat to competitiveness . The book provides a comprehensive discussion of competitiveness and social protection in Southeast Asia

The most useful chapters are those by Rahul Sen and Sadhana Srivastava on India, and Liu Yunha on China. The book provides a comprehensive discussion of competitiveness and social protection in Southeast Asia. This is an excellent book and I recommend it to all scholars who are interested in globalisation and the Southeast Asian region. It is one of very few books to cover both the economic and social dimensions of globalisation.

Southeast Asia Social policy. Personal Name: Nesadurai, Helen Sharmini.

Nesadurai and J. Soedradjad Djiwandono. Nesadurai and J. Southeast Asia Social policy. Personal Name: Djiwandono, Joseph Soedradjad, 1938

While economic globalization benefited Southeast Asia, especially during the 1990s boom, the region now seems to be caught between two emerging economic giants - China and India

While economic globalization benefited Southeast Asia, especially during the 1990s boom, the region now seems to be caught between two emerging economic giants - China and India. What challenges and opportunities does the rise of China and India pose for Southeast Asia and how should policy-makers respond? Are bilateral free trade arrangements and bilateral economic While economic globalization benefited Southeast Asia, especially during the 1990s boom, the region now seems to be caught between two emerging economic giants - China and India.

Helen E S Nesadurai and J Soedradjad Djiwandono. While economic globalization benefited Southeast Asia, especially during the 1990s boom, the region now seems to be caught between two emerging economic giants - China and India. What challenges and opportunities does the rise of China and India pose for Southeast Asia and how should policy-makers respond? Are bilateral free trade arrangements and bilateral economic partnerships a boon or bane for competitiveness?

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Hard Choices: Security, Democracy and Regionalism in Southeast Asia and Helen . Nesadurai & J. Soedradjad Djiwandono (ed. Southeast Asia in the Global Economy: Security Competitiveness and Social Protection.

While economic globalization benefited Southeast Asia, especially during the 1990s boom, the region now seems to be caught between two emerging economic giants - China and India. What challenges and opportunities does the rise of China and India pose for Southeast Asia and how should policy-makers respond? Are bilateral free trade arrangements and bilateral economic partnerships a boon or bane for competitiveness? In identifying approaches and strategies to coping with these challenges and leveraging on the opportunities available, this book also links the quest for competitiveness with the necessity of social protection. The link comes in the form of the people who work for firms as human resources, and as users and innovators of technology. The book acknowledges and discusses the problems of inadequate technological and innovative capacity and the problems of managing labour productivity in Southeast Asia. However, the book also cautions against focusing on people solely as productive labour, whether in production or the knowledge sector. By highlighting the adverse social, economic and political consequences of ignoring social protection issues and challenging the myth that addressing social protection undermines competitiveness, the book emphasizes the social responsibilities incumbent on governments and firms in this age of growing economic insecurities.
Southeast Asia in the Global Economy: Securing Competitiveness and Social Protection ebook
Author:
Helen E S Nesadurai,J Soedradjad Djiwandono
Category:
Politics & Government
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Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (June 8, 2009)
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278 pages
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