Western enterprise in Indonesia and Malaya

a study in economic development
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Allen and Unwin , London
Statementby G.C. Allen and A.G. Donnithorne.
ContributionsDonnithorne, Audrey Gladys.
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The results of the first part of our research were published in January under the title of Western Enterprise in Far Eastern Economic Development: China and Japan. With the publication of the present study of Western Enterprise in Indonesia and Malaya our original project is.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Allen, G.C. (George Cyril), Western enterprise in Indonesia and Malaya. New York, Macmillan []. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Allen, G.C. (George Cyril), Western enterprise in Indonesia and Malaya.

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The profound changes brought about, or revealed, by the Second World War in the economic position of Western countries and their nationals in the Far East suggested to us, some five years ago, that the time was appropriate for a review of the part that had been played by Western enterprise in Indonesia and Malaya book enterprise in the economic development of.

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PREFACE THE genesis of this book demands a brief explanation. The profound changes brought about, or revealed, by the Second World War in the economic position of Western countries and their nationals in the Far East suggested to us, some fiveyears ago, that the time was appropriate for a review of the part that had been played by Western enterprise in the economic Cited by: George Cyril Allen(28 June – 31 July ), published as G.

Allen, was a British economist and academic. He was Brunner Professor of Economic Science at the University of Liverpool from toand then Professor of Political Economy at University College London from to He wrote on Japanese and British industrial policy.

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By G. ALLEN and A. DONNI-THORNE. (London: Allen & Unwin, Pp. 25s.) THis book will be used by many who disagree with its main conclusions. Compact and readable, it has assembled much new material about these countries' economic development. We may hope that many Asian econo. Western Enterprise in Indonesia and Malaya G.

ALLEN and AUDREY G. DONNITHORNE Their new book has all the qualities of the first one on the western share in the economic development of China and Japan. There is the same exact scholar. Western economic enterprise in the Far East, limiting their field to China, Japan, Indonesia and Malaya.

The results of their research have been published in two volumes; the first entitled Western Enterprise in Far Emtern Economic Devel- opment: China and Japan appeared in I The present volume sees the completion of the project.

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Donnithorne, Western Enterprise in Indonesia and Malaya (London: Allen & Unwin, ), pp. ; Jean-Jacques van Helten and Geoffrey Jones, "British Business in Malaysia and Singapore since the s", in British Business in Asia sinceed.

Cited by: 7. The term "British Malaya" (/ m Perak is a state on the western shore of the Malay Peninsula. Aroundunder the leadership of Raja Jumaat from Riau, tin mining became a huge enterprise. His efforts soon were rewarded by Sultan Muhammad of Selangor; Raja Jumaat was appointed as Lukut's administrator in By the s the area Capital: Kuala Lumpur, 3°13′N °6′E.

[2] Among several important studies on this subject are G.C. Allen & A. Donnithorne, Western Enterprise in Indonesia and Malaya, London, Allen and Unwin, ; K.M.

Stahl, The Metropolitan Organization of British Colonial Trade, London, Faber and Faber, and J.J. Puthucheary, Ownership and Control in the Malayan Economy, Singapore, Donald.

50 Allen and Donnithorne, Western Enterprise in Indonesia and Malaya; Jackson, Planters and speculators. 51 This was similar to what took place under British rule Author: Shakila Yacob.

See also G.C. Allen & A.G. Donnithorne, Western Enterprise in Indonesia and Malaya: A Study in Economic Development, London, Allen and Unwin,p. 82 For more information about the history of the rubber industry during the British era, kindly see Tan Ding Eing, Sejarah Malaysia dan Singapura, Translated by Shahabuddin Shafie, Kuala.

InWestern Enterprise in Indonesia and Malaya, a British economic history by no means sympathetic to the Indonesian revolution or its national aspirations, authors G.C.

Allan and Audrey Donnithorne remark, "In only Indonesian students graduated from the high schools and only 37 from the colleges. In that year out of over 3, higher. 2 Valuable monographs are: Drabble, J.H., Rubber in Malaya. – The Genesis of the Industry (Kuala Lumpur, ); Jackson, J.C., Planters and Speculators: Chinese and European Agricultural Enterprise in Malaya, – (Kuala Lumpur and Singapore, ); Ken, Wong Lin, The Malayan Tin Industry to (Tucson, ); Hoong, Yip Yat Cited by:   After novels set in British Malaya, postcolonial Indonesia and modern-day Shanghai, Tash Aw’s new book stays in the present to tell a brutally discomfiting tale of social inequality in Malaysia.

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Box Malaya, Indonesia, Borneo and the Philippine. Box Western Enterprise in Far Eastern Economic Development. InPortugal successfully defeated local authority and then formed its first colony in Malaya Peninsula in InGreat Britain reigned over Malaya Peninsula, marked by London Treaty that divided a part of Malaysia and Indonesia into two.

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What’s different about Islam in Malaysia and Indonesia. July 1, • Shadi Hamid Shadi Hamid is a senior fellow in the Project on U.S. Relations with the Islamic World at The Brookings Institution and the author of the new book Islamic Exceptionalism: How the Struggle Over Islam is Reshaping the World.

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Who says so. In fact the dutch shaped modern indonesian and influenced huge amount of hings. I think it have something to so with the fact that indo was ruled by VOC until the before finally being ruled by dutch government.

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