Commercial Power Centers in Indonesia
A New Paradigm to Analyze the Role of Business Groups in Policy Making
Presents an economic framework to view, and a methodology to assess, policymaking in emerging economies by analyzing the political activities of so-called commercial power centers. The framework is applied to the example of Indonesia.
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- Year: 1999
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