The Rise of the Corporate Economy in Southeast Asia
Rajeswary Ampalavanar Brown
An in depth study of corporations in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand in the second part of the 20th century. The companies tended to be family dominated and through careful exploitation of banks and capital markets were able to achieve dramatic, but debt driven, growth. The author also examines how these structures coped with the 1997 financial crisis and attempted to readjust for the next century. 388 pages with a bibliography, index and tables.
Weight 1kg. Post free within Malaysia
Condition: Near Fine. Hardcover.
Published by Routledge, Abigdon, UK, 2006, First edition