ECONOMIC REFORM WHEN THE CONSTITUTION MATTERS: INDONESIA'S CONSTITUTIONAL COURT AND ARTICLE 33

@article{Butt2008ECONOMICRW,
  title={ECONOMIC REFORM WHEN THE CONSTITUTION MATTERS: INDONESIA'S CONSTITUTIONAL COURT AND ARTICLE 33},
  author={Simon Butt and Tim Lindsey},
  journal={Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies},
  year={2008},
  volume={44},
  pages={239 - 262}
}
  • S. ButtT. Lindsey
  • Published 31 July 2008
  • Economics, Political Science
  • Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies
Abstract Article 33 of Indonesia's Constitution requires the state to ‘control’ important branches of production and natural resources. The meaning of ‘control’ has been a matter of significant debate since Indonesia's independence: does it require the state to manage directly, or is regulation enough? The government has recently sought to break down government monopolies and attract private investment in key sectors. To this end it has enacted a raft of new statutes, but they have been… 

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