Economic Policy-Making in Indonesia, 1950-57

@article{Glassburner1962EconomicPI,
  title={Economic Policy-Making in Indonesia, 1950-57},
  author={Bruce Glassburner},
  journal={Economic Development and Cultural Change},
  year={1962},
  volume={10},
  pages={113 - 133}
}
  • Bruce Glassburner
  • Published 1 January 1962
  • Economics, History
  • Economic Development and Cultural Change
The period beginning with the transfer of Dutch sovereignty over the East Indian Islands to the government of the United States of Indonesia in December 1949, and ending with the so-called "take-over" of Dutch-owned business property in December 1957, seems clearly destined to become one of those times of struggle and crisis which historians of the nation will analyze and re-analyze over the generations, interpreting and re-interpreting the known facts as the perspective of time changes. We are… 
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