2 edition of Economic growth and the public sector in Malaya and Singapore, 1948-1960. found in the catalog.
Economic growth and the public sector in Malaya and Singapore, 1948-1960.
Lee Soo Ann
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Economic growth and the public sector in Malaya and Singapore, Singapore ; New York: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Soo Ann Lee. the public sector in Malaya and Singapore: / Lee Soo Ann. Lee, Soo Ann, Get this edition€ Economic Growth Public Sector Malaya Singapore Malayan Emergency, – Johor and Singapore; Straits Settlements; Northern Malay states and Siam Light was also a captain in the service of.
Lee, Economic Growth and the Public Sector in Malaya and Singapore, – (Oxford 1948-1960. book Press, Singapore, ). Google Scholar C. Lim, Economic Development of Modern Malaya (Oxford University Press, Kuala Lumpur, ).Author: Ichiro Sugimoto, Eu Chye Tan.
Soo Ann Lee has been listed as a noteworthy economist, educator by Marquis Who's Who. Works. book. Economic Growth and the Public Sector in Malaya and Singapore: Membership.
Chairman Presbyterian Welfare Services, Singapore, since Member of Economics Society Singapore (vice president). Interests Chess, swimming, theology.
Lee Soo Ann. Economic Growth and the Public Sector in Malaya and Singapore, New York: Oxford University Press, Pp. xv + $ Sanford H. Bederman. Africa: A Bibliography of Geography and Related Disciplines. 3d ed. Atlanta: School of Business Administration, Publishing Services Division, Georgia State University, According to official statistics released sincethe Singapore economy has shown a sustained and relatively rapid pace of growth.
Over the. Economic recovery has been led by strong growth in exports, particularly of electronics and electrical products, to the United States, Malaysia's principal trade and investment partner. Inflationary pressures remained benign, and, as a result, Bank Negara Malaysia, the central bank, had been able to follow a low interest rate policy.
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xviii. The Singapore and federal governments had disagreements on the economic front. As part of the Malaysia Agreement, Singapore agreed to contribute 40% of its total revenue to the federal government and provide largely interest-free loans to Sabah and Sarawak, in exchange for establishment of a common l: Singapore.
Economic growth and the public sector in Malaya and Singapore, / Lee Soo Ann Singapore manufacturer Report on the census of industrial production /. Malaya’s economic growth and development progressed constantly in the s, before and after it gained independence from the British in 4.
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In the mids, Malaysia established 5-year planning, targeting certain areas of economic growth and social changes, and allocating public resources for priority sectors of the economy and for infrastructure development. Despite these efforts, the government was reluctant to institute centralized control over the state's economy.
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The trade-off in fast-growth, low-freedom societies is that the delivery of a rapidly improving material life will offset the relative paucity of civil rights. But as Singapore's economy matures and the low-hanging fruits of economic growth have all been plucked, the social compact can start to.
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This is an exploratory study. Its purpose is to delineate and identify the important factors influencing land use in Malaya during the period to I Since the subject of land use is very wide our aim is to deal only with agricultural land use. Other uses are discussed only incidentally or as they are involved in the shifting uses of land.
The scope and nature of land. This was the "Emergency" in which the British mobilized the Malay elite and conservative Chinese and Indian factions against the Communist Terrorists.
Although the Malays who had led the resistance to the Malayan Union had planned a multi-ethnic future, more conservative Malays insisted that UMNO be communally Malay. InMalaya produced 8, metric tons of tin ore, in 60, metric tons (IHS p). InMalaya produ metric tons of refined tin, in 72, metric tons (IHS p).
Social History. When Malaya was again placed under British administration, the country's infrastructure and economy had suffered. Malaya Emergency () Model counterinsurgency, but its unique and wouldn't necessarily work somewhere else.
Withdraw of Japan from Malayan economy left it is shambles, British invest in their tin/rubber industries. Members of the Alliance agreed on the application of jus soli for citizenship so that those born in the Federation after independence became citizens and non-residents could qualify by fulfilling residence, language and oath of loyalty liberal citizenship requirement was a major concession from the Malays because with this agreement, large number of non-Malays.
Also aggravating is because, most of the Chinese people and the Communist Party of Malaya Malay majority to the security forces during the Emergency period in Separation of Singapore from Malaysia in as a result of the concept of "Malaysia for Malaysians" who were not directly dispute the position and privileges of the Malays.
A. This is a broad policy debate and pertains to Singapore’s historic economic growth model pursued over the last few decades, i.e. grow the population to sustain economic growth. We have gone from approximately three million residents in to million today.
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Finally, there was a strong initiative from Singapore for merger with the Federation of Malaya, motivated primarily at this point by the perceived economic benefits of a common market. In late the Central Executive Committee of the ruling People's Action Party announced a major policy decision that.
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