To Our Contributors
Guidelines for Authors
Guidelines for Book Reviews
Guidelines for Cases
Submit Article
Keyword Search
Advanced Search
Article Abstracts| Case Abstracts
Accounting and Control
Agriculture and Rural Development
Global Management
Information Technology and Systems
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Organizational Behaviour and HRD
Strategic Management and Leadership
Public Systems
Operations Management
To give your feedback please contact us on
12 - 12 of 65 ItemsFirst  Pre  7  8  9  10  11  12 13  14  15  16  Next  Last
Browse Articles by "Economics"
Title: Economic Growth and Power Sector Developments in South East Asia
Authors: Pavan Gupta, Ross L Chapman
Issue/Year: Oct-1997
Section: Perspectives
Abstract: In recent years, many South East Asian nations have shown strong economic growth coupled with success in attracting considerable direct foreign investment. In order to sustain the current and projected growth levels, many countries in South East Asia will need to focus on major investments for infrastructure development, especially in their power generation and distribution sectors. As highlighted by the current financial crisis being experienced in several South East Asian nations, the future growth of this region will require much stronger support from the international financial institutions, which in turn will lead this region toward a greatly increased level of privatization. The establishment of contestable energy markets is a particularly good example of the type of developments required in these nations. In order to create a healthy climate for the massive financial investment needed for a truly liberalized energy market, a number of difficult political and social issues common to many of these rapidly developing economies must be resolved.
Full Text: Will be uploaded Soon
Download Acrobat Reader