By Francoise Gerard, Francois Ruf
Indonesia's financial and political situation is tested the following in terms of its effect on Indonesia's agricultural area. The twelve essays that include this quantity take a micro-economic procedure and research depends upon saw evidence and first-hand info accumulated either prior to and after the country's obstacle. it is a vigorous, good illustrated and instructive publication.
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Lastly, in Chapter 12, we summarise our findings and present our overall conclusions. References Braudel, F. 1979. Le temps du monde: Civilisation matérielle, économie et capitalisme, XVe-XVIIIe siècle, vol. 3. Armand Colin, Paris, France. Krugman, P. 1994. The Myth of the Asian Miracle. edu/krugman World Bank. 1996. Indonesia: Dimensions of Growth. Washington DC, USA. World Bank. 1998. Indonesia in Crisis: A Macro-economic Update. Washington DC, USA. 7 Chapter 1 Indonesia’s Crisis Françoise Gérard and François Ruf Indonesia’s crisis was a multiple one, social and political as well as financial and economic.
The Myth of the Asian Miracle. edu/krugman World Bank. 1996. Indonesia: Dimensions of Growth. Washington DC, USA. World Bank. 1998. Indonesia in Crisis: A Macro-economic Update. Washington DC, USA. 7 Chapter 1 Indonesia’s Crisis Françoise Gérard and François Ruf Indonesia’s crisis was a multiple one, social and political as well as financial and economic. It was also deeper and longer lasting than those of its neighbours. The purpose of this book is to describe how Indonesia’s crisis affected its agriculture and to assess the contribution this sector can make to the country’s economic recovery.
Among the nonMiddle East countries, Indonesia is recognised as having profited from the boom more than most others (Losch et al, 1997). 10 INDONESIA’S CRISIS Indonesia did not waste its oil revenues, sensibly deciding to invest at least some of them in developing agriculture. Suharto knew the importance of feeding the country’s vast population as a means of ensuring stability and consolidating his power base. Modern irrigation systems in the plains were developed alongside the traditional terraced irrigation systems of the hills.