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Author: James V. Jesudason
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Publisher: Oxford University Press (September 30, 1993)
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The author analyzes the activities of Malaysia's key economic actors (such as the State, local Chinese business, and multinationals) in the context of the country's ethnic-political structure.

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Ethnicity and the Economy: The State, Chinese Business and Multinationals in Malaysia. Eviction and the Reproduction of Urban Poverty. The Mark of a Criminal Record. Racial Profiling and Use of Force in Police Stops: How Local Events Trigger Periods of Increased Discrimination. 1427 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637.

Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1989. Pp. xvi, 218. Figures, Tables, Notes, Bibliography, Index.

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Jesudason, James V. 1989. Ethnicity and the Economy: The State, Chinese Business, and Multinationals in Malaysia. Singapore: Oxford University Press.

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BOOKS/MONOGRAPHS AUTHORED Ethnicity and the Economy: The State, Chinese Business, and . Humboldt Journal of Social Relations, 23, 1 & 2 (1997): 147-173 Chinese Business and Ethnic Equilibrium in Malaysia. Development and Change, 28, 1 (January 1997): 119-142.

BOOKS/MONOGRAPHS AUTHORED Ethnicity and the Economy: The State, Chinese Business, and Multinationals in Malaysia (Oxford University Press: 1989). Reprinted 1990, 1993. The Management of Segmented Citizenship in Malaysia. The State and Ethnicity in Malaysia: Brokering between the Cultural and International Divisions of Labour.

East Asian social science monographs. Date. East Asian social science monographs. This item appears on. List: AN223/AN420 - The Anthropology of Southeast Asia.

Malaysian as the Component of Labour Force for Construction Industry in Malaysia MATEC Web of Conferences 266, 01007 (2019).

V. Jesudason, Ethnicity and the Economy – The State, Chinese Business, and Multinationals in Malaysia, (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1989). Islamic Social Reporting in Islamic Banking: Stakeholders Theory Perspective SHS Web of Conferences 34, 12001 (2017). (1989). Singapore ° ; New York: Oxford University Press. Growth and Structural Change in the Malaysian Economy. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan. London ° ; New York: Routledge. 1978) in Kamal Salih et, al.

This book offers an in-depth analysis of transformations in the Malaysian economy and argues for the central role of ethnic structures in shaping development outcomes. The activities of key economic actors, such as the state, local Chinese business, and multinationals, are analysed in the context of the countries' ethnic-political structure. The authors show how shifts in the political coalitions among the elite affect the alliances between these economic groups and their respective bargaining powers. These changes, in turn, have important implications for development, and explain the twists and turns of the Malaysian economy. By highlighting the role of ethnic politics in shaping such macroeconomic characteristics as state economic intervention, the fiscal position of the state, and the role of multinationals, this book demonstrates that ethnic studies should go beyond looking at the economic role of middlemen minorities to consider the broader political economy, and, as such, provides a useful framework for studying other ethnically divided societies.