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Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Development

Edited by: Andrew McGregor , Lisa Law , Fiona Miller

Print publication date:  November  2017
Online publication date:  November  2017

Print ISBN: 9781138848535
eBook ISBN: 9781315726106
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781315726106
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Book description

Southeast Asia is one of the most diverse regions in the world ? hosting a wide range of languages, ethnicities, religions, economies, ecosystems and political systems. Amidst this diversity, however, has been a common desire to develop. This provides a uniting theme across landscapes of difference.

This Handbook traces the uneven experiences that have accompanied development in Southeast Asia. The region is often considered to be a development success story; however, it is increasingly recognized that growth underpinning this development has been accompanied by patterns of inequality, violence, environmental degradation and cultural loss. In 30 chapters, written by established and emerging experts of the region, the Handbook examines development encounters through four thematic sections:

? Approaching Southeast Asian development,

? Institutions and economies of development,

? People and development and

? Environment and development.

The authors draw from national or sub-national case studies to consider regional scale processes of development ? tracing the uneven distribution of costs, risks and benefits. Core themes include the ongoing neoliberalization of development, issues of social and environmental justice and questions of agency and empowerment.

This important reference work provides rich insights into the diverse impacts of current patterns of development and in doing so raises questions and challenges for realizing more equitable alternatives. It will be of value to students and scholars of Asian Studies, Development Studies, Human Geography, Political Ecology and Asian Politics.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Approaching Southeast Asian development Download PDF
Chapter  2:  What is development in Southeast Asia and who benefits? Progress, power and prosperity Download PDF
Chapter  3:  Neoliberalism in Southeast Asia Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Aggregate trends, particular stories Download PDF
Chapter  5:  ‘Nature’ embodied, transformed and eradicated in Southeast Asian development Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Neoliberalism and multilateral development organizations in Southeast Asia Download PDF
Chapter  7:  The International Labour Organization as a development actor in Southeast Asia Download PDF
Chapter  8:  Justice processes and discourses of post-conflict reconciliation in Southeast Asia Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Civil society participation in the reformed ASEAN Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Industrial economies on the edge of Southeast Asian metropoles Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Community economies in Southeast Asia Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Implications of non-OECD aid in Southeast Asia Download PDF
Chapter  13:  ‘Timeless Charm’? Tourism and development in Southeast Asia Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Family, migration and the gender politics of care Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Healthcare entitlements for citizens and trans-border mobile peoples in Southeast Asia Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Migration, development and remittances Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Children, youth and development in Southeast Asia Download PDF
Chapter  18:  Ethnic minorities, indigenous groups and development tensions Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Globalization, regional integration and disability inclusion Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Religion and development in Southeast Asia Download PDF
Chapter  21:  A feminist political ecology prism on development and change in Southeast Asia Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Rethinking rural spaces Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Material, discursive and cultural framings of water in Southeast Asian development Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Agriculture and land in Southeast Asia Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Labor, social sustainability and the underlying vulnerabilities of work in Southeast Asia’s seafood value chains Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Oil palm cultivation as a development vehicle Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Disasters and development in Southeast Asia Toward equitable resilience and sustainability Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Upscaled climate change mitigation efforts Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Can Payments for Ecosystem Services (PES) contribute to sustainable development in Southeast Asia? Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Forest-led development? A more-than-human approach to forests in Southeast Asian development Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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