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Reformasi Kebijakan dan Fragmentasi Politik

This paper is a political-economy analysis of economic recovery in Indonesia. It argues that the speed of recovery after the crisis of 1997 depends in part on the ability of Indonesia's institutions to manage political heterogeneity. This need to manage heterogeneity was much less important under the authoritarian regime of the New Order; its fall and the ensuing democratic transition brought this need to the fore. Paper written in Indonesian.

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Paper provided by Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta, Indonesia in its series CSIS Economics Working Paper Series with number WPE072.

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Date of creation: Jan 2004
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Handle: RePEc:sis:wpecon:wpe072
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