Taking Southeast Asia to Market

Taking Southeast Asia to Market
Editors: Joseph Nevins & Nancy Lee Peluso
Paperback, 329  pages
Subjects: ASEAN, Economics
Condition: Good
Publisher: SIRD
Published: 2009
As one leans on a lovely Indonesian table, slips into a stylish T-shirt, sips a rare arabica coffee, or munches on delicious shrimp, one is in the new circuits of Southeast Asian economies. Most U.S. readers have largely forgotten about this region and hear of it mainly in references to the Vietnam War or threatened tigers. But the region has reconfigured itself, its politics and its economies in highly complex, often unpredictable ways under this round of neoliberal globalization. Taking Southeast Asia to Market does a superior job of showing how globalization is mediated by local institutions and actors. This is a useful and definitive collection on politics, socionatures and globalization.

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  • Brand: SIRD
  • Product Code: 9789833782673 – Taking Southeast Asia to Market
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Tags: Angie Ngoc Tran, Anna Tsing, Burma, Capitalism, China, Class, Daromir Rudnyckyj, David Biggs, Dorian Fougeres, Gender, Globalisation, Indonesia, Joseph Nevins, Keith Barney, Ken MacLean, Labour, Laos, Lesley Potter, Malaysia, Mekong, Nancy Lee Peluso, National Parks, Neoliberalism, Paul K. Gellert, Peter Vandergeest, Rainforest, Sandra Smeltzer, SIRD, Southeast Asia, Sumatra, Tania Murray Li, Thailand, Timber, Vietnam, Violence, Water Governance