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Volume 52, Number 1, 2 January 2016

Addressing Indonesia’s Infrastructure Deficit
pp. 1-25(25)
Authors: Ray, David; Ing, Lili Yan

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The Services Sector as a Driver of Change: Indonesia’s Experience in the ASEAN Context
pp. 27-53(27)
Authors: Findlay, Christopher; Pangestu, Mari

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Migration, Ethnicity, and the Educational Gradient in the Jakarta Mega-Urban Region: A Spatial Analysis
pp. 55-76(22)
Authors: Jones, Gavin W.; Rangkuti, Hasnani; Utomo, Ariane; McDonald, Peter

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Authoritarian Legacies in Post–New Order Indonesia: Evidence from a New Dataset
pp. 77-100(24)
Authors: Poczter, Sharon; Pepinsky, Thomas B.

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On the Politics of Migration: Indonesia and Beyond
pp. 121-123(3)
Author: Manning, Chris

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Condemned to Crisis? A Lowy Institute Paper
pp. 123-125(3)
Author: Sastrohandoyo, Wiryono

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Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Economics
pp. 127-128(2)
Author: Rigg, Jonathan

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Glossary
pp. 129-131(3)

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