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Asian Smallholders in Comparative Perspective

Jonathan Rigg (Redaktør) ; Jamie Gillen (Redaktør) ; Eric Thompson (Redaktør)

Serie: Transforming Asia 1

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Asia, Smallholder, Agrarian change

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Chapter 1 Introduction: Placing the Asian Smallholder[-][-]Chapter 2 Cambodia: Political Strife and Problematic Land Tenure[-][-]Chapter 3 Indonesia: Whither Involution, Demographics and Development?[-][-]Chapter 4 Japan: Politically Powerful, yet Precarious[-][-]Chapter 5 Laos: From Subsistence to Market Integration[-][-]Chapter 6 Malaysia: The State of/in Village Agriculture[-][-]Chapter 7 Philippines: Persistent Poverty, Precarity, and Ineffective Policy[-][-]Chapter 8 Singapore: Persistence and Prosperity on the Urban Fringe[-][-]Chapter 9 Thailand: The Political Economy of Post-Peasantry Agriculture[-][-]Chapter 10 Vietnam: Dismantling and Resurgence of Smallholder Agriculture[-][-]Chapter 11 Conclusion: Asian Smallholder Futures[-]

Om forfatteren

"http://profile.nus.edu.sg/fass/georjd/">Jonathan Rigg is a rural development geographer and the author of eight books, most recently More than Rural: Textures of Thailand's Agrarian Transformation, and 70 journal papers. He has undertaken fieldwork in Thailand, the Lao PDR, Vietnam, Sri Lanka and Nepal.|"http://profile.nus.edu.sg/fass/geomjg/stf_geomjg.htm">Jamie Gillen is a human geographer of Southeast Asia, focusing on Vietnam. He is the author of Entrepreneurialism and Tourism in Contemporary Vietnam and his current work is on the rural dimensions of Southeast Asian cities.|"http://www.fas.nus.edu.sg/cas/people/profiles/eric-thompson.html">Eric C. Thompson is an anthropologist whose research spans Southeast Asia, particularly Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. He is the author of Unsettling Absences: Urbanism in Rural Malaysia and co-editor of Southeast Asian Anthropologies: National Traditions and Transnational Practices.