Developmentalism and Dependency in Southeast Asia: The Case of the Automotive Industry

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Index

a
Acheson, D. 38
Aerospatiale of France 76
ahistoricism15
ali-baba-ism82
amakudari30
American IR/IPE agenda 13
Amin, S. 12 , 19 , 22
Amsden, A. 4-5 , 24-5 , 31-2
Anderson, P. 15
APEC 102
ASEAN 102 , 125 , 137 ;
four 71 ;
Free Trade Area (AFTA) 127 , 137 , 148 , 151
Asian economic contagion 57
Asian financial crisis (1997-8) 5 , 49-55 , 125 , 142-6
Associated Dependent Development (ADD) 18
Australia 6 , 96
automobile industry in Southeast Asia 119-48
automotive component parts 128-30 , 135-6 ;
indigenous manufacturers 143 ;
technological ranking of production process 145
automotive industry:
process 121 ;
significance 120-5 ;
socio-economic impact 122 ;
stages of development 120-2 ;
trends 151
autonomous economic technocracy 72 , 90-3 , 108-11

b
Bangkok 116 , 121 ;
Declaration 86 ;
Metropolitan Region (BMR) 106 , 117
Bank of Indonesia 72
Bank of Japan 28
Bank of Thailand 107
Bellah, R.N. 101
Bernard, M. 3-5 , 22-3 , 94 , 138 , 147
Bloomfield, G.T. 120 , 122 , 130
boom and bust cycles 123
Bowie, A. 70 , 73
Bowring Treaty 101
Braudel, F. 15 , 149
Brazil 43-4
Bretton Woods system 11-12 , 43
Brewer, A. 22
Britain and Thailand, trade treaty 101
Bromley, S. 14
Brunei-gate62
Buddhism 99 , 101
Bulo-gate62
bumiputeras83 ;
companies 135
Bureaucratic Authoritarian State 66
Burnham, P. 15

c
capital:
controls 53-5 ;
flight 37 , 54-5
capitalism, model of:
Asian 6 , 8 , 153 ;
counter hegemonic East Asian 15
capitalist system, economic crises of 20
Cardoso, F.H. 3 , 18-19 , 119 , 148 , 153
car production by category 125
Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) 74
Chabal, P. 153
Chai-Anan, S. 108
Chalmers, I. 74 , 76
Chart Thai 113
Chase-Dunn, C. 22
Chatichai Choonhavan 100 , 105 , 113
China 22 , 31 , 35 , 71 , 97
Chinese community 54 , 96
Chinese reminbi 51
Christensen, S. 109
Chrysler 123 , 142
Clad, J. 61
clientelism 59 , 73 , 78
'clustering' and key technologies 120
Cold War 29 , 36 , 99 , 149
colonialism 55 , 58
Communism 65
competitiveness 88
completely built-up (CBU) vehicles 120 , 125-6 , 140 ;
tariff rates 141
completely knocked down (CKD) vehicles 120-1 ;
kits 125-6 , 132 , 140-1
Confucianism 83
Council of Economic Ministers 109
Cox, R. 13-14
cronyism 37
Cumings, B. 22-3

d
Daewoo 124
Dahrendorf, R. 26
Daihatsu Motors 132 , 138
Deans, P. 26 , 28-31 , 83 ;
fivefold definition of CDS in East Asia 32 , 58 , 79-80

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