Illustrating on a broad variety of this study, it researches about the developments in the world economy. With the elements to be mentioned, such strategies contribute to the adaptation of models from the rich countries to the developing countries. That is for the purpose of developing the most efficient in a global market-oriented economy. In the political and economic aspects of Indonesia, as how it can maximize its chances for success, and what exactly is the role of international financial and trade institutions in its development.
Most importantly, in order to attain the purpose of this paper, it includes theoretical views, and other related issues in relation to this subject. Furthermore, to cover the occurrence of the post-World War II as well as the comparison of some political issues pertaining to the development model applied, specifically in Indonesia. On the other hand, as to how all these affect to the development of the country and to their economic condition as a whole.
The Key Elements of the Post-World War II in Indonesia and
Changes and the Key Theoretical Influences
The National Revolution of Indonesian
Not like the Philippines and Burma...
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