The everyday political economy of Southeast Asia / edited by Juanita Elias and Lena Rethel.
Contributor(s): Elias, Juanita | Rethel, Lena.Material type: BookCall no.: HC441 .E86 2016Publication: Cambridge, U.K. : Cambridge University Press, 2016Description: xiii, 269 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781107122338 (hardcover); 1107122333 (hardcover).Subject(s): Economic development -- Social aspects -- Southeast Asia | Southeast Asia -- Economic conditions
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Southeast Asia and everyday political economy / Juanita Elias and Lena Rethel -- From development to multiple modernities -- Policies and negotiated everyday living: a view from the margins of development in Thailand and Vietnam / Johnathan Rigg -- Everyday agents of change: trade unions in Myanmar / Jewellord T. Nem Singh and Alvin A. Camba -- Neoliberalism, resource governance and the everyday politics of protest in the Philippines: everyday agents of change: trade unions in Myanmar / Nicholas Henry -- Widening and deepening markets -- The political economy of Muslim markets in Singapore / Johan Fischer -- Islamic finance in Malaysia: global ambitions, local realities / Lena Rethel -- Resisting marketization: everyday actors, courts and education reform in post-new order Indonesia / Andrew Rosser -- People, mobilities and work -- From formal employment to street vending: Malaysian women's labour force participation over the life course / Anja K. Franck -- Everyday identities in motion: situating Malaysians within the "war for talent" / Adam Tyson -- Regional disputes over the transnationalization of domestic labour: Malaysia's "maid shortage" and foreign relations with Indonesia and Cambodia / Juanita Elias and Jonathan Louth -- Everyday agency, resistance and community resources for Indonesian migrant workers in Hong Kong / Carol G. S. Tan -- Conclusion -- Everyday international political economy meets the everyday political economy of Southeast Asia / john M. Hobson, Juanita Elias, Lena Rethel and Leonard Seabrooke.
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