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Table of Contents
|Series editors' preface||p. ix|
|Abbreviations and Glossary||p. xvii|
|Historical and theoretical frameworks||p. 1|
|Introduction: Economic crisis and the paradoxes of transition||p. 3|
|Theories of change and the case of Indonesia||p. 18|
|The genesis of oligarchy: Soeharto's New Order 1965-1982||p. 40|
|The triumph of oligarchy 1982-1997||p. 69|
|Hijacking the markets||p. 71|
|Capturing the political regime||p. 103|
|Disorganising civil society||p. 120|
|The oligarchy in crisis 1997-1998||p. 145|
|Economic catastrophe||p. 147|
|Political unravelling||p. 164|
|Oligarchy reconstituted||p. 185|
|Reorganising economic power||p. 187|
|Reorganising political power||p. 223|
|Can oligarchy survive?||p. 253|
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