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|Title:||Jakarta in post-Suharto Indonesia: Decentralisation, neo-liberalism and global city aspiration|
|Citation:||Bunnell, T., Miller, M.A. (2011-04). Jakarta in post-Suharto Indonesia: Decentralisation, neo-liberalism and global city aspiration. Space and Polity 15 (1) : 35-48. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1080/13562576.2011.567899|
|Abstract:||In this paper, an examination is made of Jakarta's changing political and economic position since the mid 1990s. This period of transformation is dealt with in four parts: the first relates to spatial and administrative changes to Jakarta and its wider urban region; the second considers the impact and implications of the 1997 Asian financial crisis (krismon) and ensuing political transformation which saw the resignation of President Suharto; the third part details the decentralisation laws of 1999 and their implications for urban and regional development; and the fourth considers the context of the 2008-10 global financial crisis (krisis global) in which 'neo-liberalisme' became a political slur in Indonesia, ironically at the same time as the governor of Jakarta declared 'global city' aspirations. © 2011 Taylor & Francis.|
|Source Title:||Space and Polity|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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