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Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia

Singapore and Malaysia (Routledge/Asian Studies Association of Australia (Asaa) East Asian)

by Garry Rodan

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • POLITICS & GOVERNMENT,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Business & Economics / Government & Business,
  • Economic Conditions,
  • Government & Business,
  • Public Policy - Economic Policy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages280
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9803500M
    ISBN 100415374162
    ISBN 109780415374163


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In Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia, Rodan rejects the notion that the Asian economic crisis was further evidence that ultimately capitalism can only develop within liberal social and political institutions, and that new technology necessarily undermines authoritarian control.

Instead, Rodan argues that in Singapore and Malaysia external pressures for transparency reform were, and are, in many respects, being met without serious compromise to authoritarian rule Cited by: In Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia, Rodan rejects the notion that the Asian economic crisis was further evidence that ultimately capitalism can only develop within liberal social and political institutions, and that new technology necessarily undermines authoritarian control.

Instead, Rodan argues that in Singapore and Malaysia external pressures for transparency reform were, and are, in many respects, being met without serious compromise to authoritarian rule Manufacturer: Routledge.

In Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia, Rodan rejects the notion that the Asian economic crisis was further evidence that ultimately capitalism can only develop within liberal social and political institutions, and that new technology necessarily undermines authoritarian control.

Instead, Rodan argues that in Singapore and Malaysia external pressures for transparency reform were, and are, in many respects, being met without serious compromise to authoritarian rule Cited by:   Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia by Garry Rodan,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

In Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia, Rodan rejects the notion that the Asian economic crisis was further evidence that ultimately capitalism can only develop within liberal social and political institutions, and that new technology necessarily undermines authoritarian control.

In Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia, Rodan rejects the notion that the Asian economic crisis was further evidence that ultimately capitalism can only develop within liberal social and political institutions, and that new technology necessarily undermines authoritarian control.

Instead, Rodan argues that in Singapore and Malaysia external pressures for transparency reform were, and are, in many respects, being met without serious compromise to authoritarian rule Brand: Taylor And Francis.

In Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia, Rodan rejects the notion that the Asian economic crisis was further evidence that ultimately capitalism can only develop within liberal social and political institutions, and that new technology necessarily undermines authoritarian d, Rodan argues that in Singapore and Malaysia external pressures for transparency Brand: Taylor And Francis.

The Asian economic crisis raised serious questions for the remaining authoritarian regimes in Southeast Asia, not least the hitherto outstanding economic success stories of Singapore and. Transparency and authoritarian rule in Southeast Asia: Singapore and Malaysia.

By G. Rodan. Abstract. The Asian economic crisis raised serious questions for the remaining authoritarian regimes in Southeast Asia, not least the hitherto outstanding economic success stories of Singapore and Malaysia. This book analyses the different Author: G.

Rodan. Southeast Asia Transparency and authoritarian rule in Southeast Asia: Singapore and Malaysia. By GARRY RODAN. London and New York: Routledge, xvii, pp. - - Volume 36 Issue 1 - LIEW KAI KHIUN. Rather than aber- rations of global trends, in Transparency and authoritarian rule in Southeast Asia, Garry Rodan seeks to caution against the faith in political crises like 9/11 and the SARS pandemic, as well as deeper trends of information technology and increasing capital mobility as agents of democratisation.

The Asian economic crisis raised serious questions for the remaining authoritarian regimes in Southeast Asia, not least the hitherto outstanding economic success stories of Singapore and Malaysia.

Could leaders presiding over economies so heavily dependent on international capital investment ignore the new mantra among multilateral financial Cited by: Transparency and authoritarian rule in Southeast Asia: Singapore and Malaysia.

[Garry Rodan] -- This book rejects the notion that the Asian economic crisis was further evidence that ultimately capitalism can only develop within liberal social and political institutions. Get this from a library. Transparency and authoritarian rule in Southeast Asia: Singapore and Malaysia.

[Garry Rodan] -- "The Asian economic crisis raised serious questions for the remaining authoritarian regimes in Southeast Asia, not least the hitherto outstanding economic success stories of Singapore and.

Authoritarian rule is spreading among Southeast Asian nations today. In Thailand, Myanmar (Burma), Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Indonesia, a new breed of autocrat is taking root.

It seems that the old “domino theory” is finally playing out; though not the original domino theory. TRANSPARENCY AND AUTHORITARIAN RULE IN SOUTHEAST ASIA The –98 Asian economic crisis raised serious questions for the remaining authoritarian regimes in Southeast Asia.

Rodan, Garry Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia London Routledge Curzon Bell, Daniel A. A Communitarian Critique of Authoritarianism: The Case of Singapore 25 Political Theory 6Author: Jothie Rajah.

Please support our work by buying a copy of our print publication, Aliran Monthly, from your nearest news-stand. Better still take out a subscription now. If you prefer to read our web-based edition, please support our work and make a donation. Garry Rodan, Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia.

An Insider’s Preface on ‘Rule of Law’ Confusions. In Singapore’s then Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew, said it was a problem for Singapore that graduate women were not marrying at the same rate as non-graduate women; and when they did.

Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia: Singapore and Malaysia Garry Rodan No preview available - Economic growth and development in Singapore: past and future.

Government and politics in Southeast Asia - Zed books - London. In-text: (Funston, ) - South East Asia Research. In-text: (Pepinsky, ) The politics of authoritarian rule - Cambridge University Press - New York.

In-text: (Svolik, ). development and political regime directions in Southeast Asia. Garry is the author of Participation without Democracy: Containing Conflicts in Southeast Asia (Cornell University Press, ), Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia (Routledge, ), The Political Economy of Singapore’s.

Challenging Authoritarianism in Southeast Asia: Comparing Indonesia and Malaysia Ariel Heryanto and Sumit K. Mandal, editors London and New York / RoutledgeCurzon / To reach the true value of this book, the reader might skim the editors’ introduction and proceed to the six substantive essays, for two reasons.

In Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia, Rodan rejects the notion that the Asian economic crisis was further evidence that ultimately capitalism can only develop within liberal social and political institutions, and that new technology necessarily undermines authoritarian.

Southeast Asia has witnessed a reversal in Thailand, weakening institutions and norms in the Philippines, Bangladesh, and India, backsliding in Cambodia and even to some extent Indonesia, and sustained authoritarian rule in Laos and Vietnam, among other examples.

Research. Garry has written extensively on Singapore ’s political and economic development and more generally on democratization and its problems in Asia, the changing nature of authoritarian rule, and on theoretical approaches for understanding development in the region.

His research has included examination of the political economy. Malaysia is an increasingly important player. Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad is now Asia's longest-serving leader.

This work on Malaysian politics offers an analysis of the Mahathir project, examining how Mahathir has, over 20 years, translated the basis of the ruling bloc's legitimacy from one of coercive domination and ethnic card-playing into a more consensual form of.

The quality of authoritarian rule in South East Asia Authoritarian rule has long been a mainstay of political life in Southeast Asia. Since most countries gained independence between the s and s, a string of personalist dictators, military juntas, royal families and single parties have flourished and faltered in the region.

He is also a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia. He is the author of Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia (RoutledgeCurzon ) and The Political Economy of Singapore's Industrialization (Macmillan, ). Journal Article. Rodan, G.

() Inequality and political representation in the Philippines and Singapore. Journal of Contemporary Asia. In Press. Rodan, G., Clammer, J.R. and Beng Huat, C.

() Reviewed Work: On Liberalism Disavowed: Communitarianism and State Capitalism in Singapore by HuatChua Beng. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 34 (1). More on: Southeast Asia. Asia. Authoritarianism. China. Over the past decade, democracy has regressed in much of Asia, though there are notable exceptions including Malaysia and Taiwan.

He is the author of Participation without Democracy: Containing Conflicts in Southeast Asia (Cornell University Press, ), Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia (Routledge, ), The Political Economy of Singapore’s Industrialization (Macmillan ), and co-author (with Caroline Hughes) of The Politics of Accountability.

Transparency and Anti-Corruption; Transparency and Anti-Corruption. Search Terms. The Open Society Foundations work with governments and businesses to advance transparency, rule of law, and good governance around the world.

Transparency and authoritarian rule in Southeast Asia: Singapore and Malaysia. London: RoutledgeCurzon. Rose. Calls by political leaders, social activists, and international policy and aid actors for accountability reforms to improve governance have never been more widespread.

For some analysts, the unprecedented scale of these pressures reflects the functional imperatives and power of liberal and democratic institutions accompanying greater global economic integration.

In Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia, Rodan rejects the notion that the Asian economic crisis was further evidence that ultimately capitalism can only develop within liberal social and political institutions, and that new.

To understand authoritarian governments in South-East Asia, firstly visualise the political regime scale that starts with liberal democracies then shifts across to electoral democracies (Indonesia, Philippines), competitive authoritarian regimes (Malaysia, Singapore), then across to hegemonic authoritarian regimes (Cambodia, Vietnam), and further across to closed authoritarian.

For the most part in Southeast Asia, this style of governance has become very popular, and I would call it sort of an authoritarian capitalist style where there's one-party rule.

Books; Journals; Additional Products; Titles No Longer Published by Brill; Librarians. Old Muslim calendars of Southeast Asia (Nico J.G. Kaptein) Garry Rodan; Transparency and authoritarian rule in Southeast Asia (Soe Tjen Marching) Greg Fealy, Virginia Hooker (eds); Voices of Islam in Southeast Asia; A contemporary sourcebook (Dick van der.

whether authoritarian 'Asian values' in Pacific Asia (East and Southeast Asia) explained the region's economic 'miracle'.' Tommy Koh, a senior Singaporean government official and long-time advocate of 'Asian values', was reduced to pleading that they were not to blame for the recent economic downturn.2 AFile Size: 3MB.

Adindamaulani, C. Being Media Literate In Singapore As Foreigners: A Media Literacy Study Of Singapore-Based Indonesians. Bama, S. Crisis Management, Public Relations And Media Age.

Geraldine Doogue: And Garry Rodan is Professor of Politics and International Studies at the Asia Research Centre. His most recent book is Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in South East Asia.

In Singapore, meritocracy has been the main ideological resource for justifying authoritarian government and its pro-capitalist orientations. Through competitive scholarships, stringent selection criteria for party candidacy, and high ministerial salaries, the ruling People's Action Party has been able to co-opt talent to form a “technocratic Cited by: Malaysia.

SUBJECT OF BOOKS. Sudhir Anand. Inequality and Poverty in Malaysia: Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia: Singapore and Malaysia. Routledge.

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