The Political Economy of Social Control in Singapore
Palgrave Macmillan, 29 apr 1996 - 252 pagine
Singapore's rapid economic growth has attracted much admiration. But can this success be sufficiently explained by canny exploitation of a niche in the global free market? This book shows that there is a complex relationship between economic strategy, social control and political conflict in Singapore. It does this by looking at the regulatory functions of major state institutions.
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