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Collective Goods
Collective Futures in East and Southeast Asia

Edited By

Sally Sargeson

ISBN 9780415284448
Published August 23, 2002 by Routledge
272 Pages

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Book Description

This edited collection explores issues surrounding the provision of collective goods within the context of post-crisis East and Southeast Asia. It includes case studies on Korea, Indonesia, China, Laos, Malaysia and Singapore among others.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 The Contested Nature of Collective Goods in East and Southeast Asia, Sally Sargeson; Chapter 2 The Construction of International Regimes in East Asia, Mark Beeson; Chapter 3 The International Management of Southern Bluefin Tuna, Sidney Adams; Chapter 4 Ngos in Pursuit of ‘the Public Good’ in South Korea, Kim Hyuk-Rae; Chapter 5 Customary Regimes and Collective Goods in Indonesia’s Changing Political Constellation, Carol Warren, John McCarthy; Chapter 6 From Village Commons to Shareholding Corporation, Jian Zhang; Chapter 7 The Privatisation of Public Infrastructure in Transitional Southeast Asian Economies, Andrew B. Wyatt; Chapter 8 Social Policies As Collective Goods, M. Ramesh; Chapter 9 Individualisation of Social Rights in China, Linda Wong; Chapter 10 Urban Development and the Search for Civil Society in China, Leaf Michael; Chapter 11 Providing Public Spaces, Chua Beng-Hua; Chapter 12 Epilogue, Sally Sargeson;

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Sally Sargeson is a Research Fellow at the Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, and a Lecturer in Organisational and Labour Studies at the University of Western Australia. She is the author of Reworking China’s Proletariat and is a regular contributor to scholarly journals and the Australian press.