AbstractAnne Booth (1998), The Indonesian Economy in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: A History of Missed Opportunities, Macmillan, London, and St Martin's Press, New York, pp. xvi + 377. Paper: US$ 19.95; cloth: US$ 79.95. J. Thomas Lindblad (1998), Foreign Investment in Southeast Asia in the Twentieth Century, Macmillan, London, and St Martin's Press, New York, pp. xiii + 240. Paper: �49.95. Adam Schwarz and Jonathan Paris (eds) (1999), The Politics of Post-Suharto Indonesia, Council on Foreign Relations Press, New York, pp. 150. Paper: US$17.95. Arief Budiman, Barbara Hatley and Darnien Kingsbury (eds) (1999), Reformasi: Crisis and Change in Indonesia, Monash Asia Institute, Melbourne, pp. 402. A$24.95. Hal Hill (1999), The Indonesian Economy in Crisis: Causes, Consequences and Lessons, Institute of South East Asian Studies, Singapore, pp. 150. S$22.50; US$14.90. Terry Dwyer (ed.) and Barry Reece and Craig Emerson (contributors) (1999), Resource Tax Policy in Countries of the Asia Pacific Region, Asia Pacific Press, The Australian National University, Canberra. A$20.00; US$20.00. Januar Achmad (1999), Hollow Development: The Politics of Health in Soeharto's Indonesia, Coombs Academic Publishing, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra, pp. viii + 220. A$15.00 plus postage. Terence H. Hull, Endang Sulistyaningsih and Gavin W. Jones (1999), Prostitution in Indonesia: Its History and Evolution, Pustaka Sinar Harapan, Jakarta, pp. 161. A$10.00.
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