Reinventing Indonesia presents an insider’s view of the tumultuous transition that took place in Indonesia from 1997 to 2004. This was a period of unprecedented changers in democratized governance and decentralizing power throughtout the country amidst significant economic turmoil. The results of these changes were not pre-ordained,but were the result of the social forces unleashed by the Asian Financial Crisis and the end of the New Order as well as the deft guidance of key policymakers. The book also examines the origins of the economic crisis of the late 1990s in Indonesia and the actions taken to address the crisis during those difficult years.
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