Economic Change in South-East Asia, c.1830-1980 by Ian Brown

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This book provides an introduction to the economic history of South-East Asia from the early nineteenth century to the present. Topics include the strong commitment of rural South-East Asians to export production from the middle of the nineteenth century, the economic role of the Chinese, and the causes and nature of the region's modern industrialization.
 

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Published June 26, 1997 by Oxford University Press. 320 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, History, Political & Social Sciences.