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East Timor: Development Challenges for the World's Newest Nation
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East Timor: Development Challenges for the World's Newest Nation (Hardback)

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As the world's newest independent nation, the challenges facing East Timor are particularly acute. Per capita income is roughly $300, making it one of the world's poorest nations. There also remains the possibility of difficult relations with its giant neighbour, Indonesia. This comprehensive volume is the first serious analysis of East Timor's economic prospects. It draws on local as well as international expertise, from both academics and policy makers. Issues covered include international economic relations, agriculture, finance and infrastructure and political institutions.

COLIN BARLOW Australian National University, Canberra ANNE BOOTH School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London SATISH CHAND Australian National University, Canberra CHRIS CHEATHAM Asian Development Bank, Suva PAUL COLLIER World Bank, Washington DC and University of Oxford, UK HELDER DA COSTA East Timor Study Group, Dili GORDON DE BROUWER Australian National University, Canberra ANDREW ELEK University of Tasmania, Hobart DANIEL FITZPATRICK Australian National University, Canberra JAMES J. FOX Australian National University, Canberra JONATHAN HAUGHTON Suffolk University, Boston SIRPA JARVENPAA Asian Development Bank, Manila GAVIN W. JONES Australian National University, Canberra J.A.C. MACKIE Australian National University, Canberra ROSS H. MCLEOD Australian National University, Canberra JACQUELINE POMEROY Word Bank, Jakarta JAY K. ROSENGARD Harvard University, Cambridge HADI SOESASTRO Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta JOSE TAVARES University of California, Los Angeles C. PETER TIMMER University of California, San Diego.

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