The Limits of Authoritarian Governance in Singapore's
Lily Zubaidah Rahim & Michael D Barr (eds)
Singapore is not unusual in Southeast Asia in laying a heavy emphasis on planning for and control of society. Where it is perhaps unique is that the Government has been efficient in executing those plans and the populace affected has been generally compliant. In this book the contributors argue the the technocratic and bureaucratic elitism that has resulted is beginning to run into problems, where a rethink with an emphasis on reducing inequalities is now due. New Paperback. First Edition. 329 pages with an index.
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