Dictatorship, Disorder and Decline in Myanmar

Dictatorship, Disorder and Decline in Myanmar

Edited by: Monique Skidmore, Trevor Wilson

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Mass peaceful protests in Myanmar/Burma in 2007 drew the world’s attention to the ongoing problems faced by this country and its oppressed people. In this publication, experts from around the world analyse the reasons for these recent political upheavals, explain how the country’s economy, education and health sectors are in perceptible decline, and identify the underlying authoritarian pressures that characterise Myanmar/Burma’s military regime.

Details

ISBN (print):
9781921536328
ISBN (online):
9781921536335
Publication date:
Dec 2008
Imprint:
ANU Press
DOI:
http://doi.org/10.22459/DDDM.12.2008
Disciplines:
Arts & Humanities: Cultural Studies; Social Sciences: Development Studies, Politics & International Studies
Countries:
Southeast Asia

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  1. Overview (PDF, 123KB)Trevor Wilson and Monique Skidmore doi

Political Update

  1. The dramatic events of 2007 in Myanmar: domestic and international implications (PDF, 161KB)Richard Horsey doi
  2. Internal dynamics of the Burmese military: before, during and after the 2007 demonstrations (PDF, 149KB)Win Min doi

Economic Update

  1. Myanmar’s GDP growth and investment: lessons from a historical perspective (PDF, 171KB)U Myint doi
  2. Migrant-worker remittances and Burma: an economic analysis of survey results (PDF, 398KB)Sean Turnell, Alison Vicary and Wylie Bradford doi
  3. Myanmar’s economic relations with China: who benefits and who pays? (PDF, 257KB)Toshihiro Kudo doi

Education and Health Update

  1. Myanmar education: challenges, prospects and options (PDF, 153KB)Han Tin doi
  2. Evolving education in Myanmar: the interplay of state, business and the community (PDF, 156KB)Marie Lall doi
  3. The (re)-emergence of civil society in areas of state weakness: the case of education in Burma/Myanmar (PDF, 173KB)Jasmin Lorch doi
  4. Islamic education in Myanmar: a case study (PDF, 159KB)Mohammed Mohiyuddin Mohammed Sulaiman doi
  5. Contemporary medical pluralism in Burma (PDF, 163KB)Monique Skidmore doi
  6. Health security among internally displaced and vulnerable populations in eastern Burma (PDF, 234KB)Mahn Mahn, Katherine C. Teela, Catherine I. Lee and Cara O’Connor doi

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