Table of contents for Chinese big business in Indonesia : the state of capital / Christian Chua.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Introduction: Capital and the state	1
FOCUS AND DEFINITIONS	3
CENTRAL ARGUMENT: THE EMERGENCE OF PLUTOCRACY	11
METHODOLOGY	13
OUTLINE	17
2 Theoretical framework: Power configurations of state and capital	19
APPROACHES TO CHINESE INDONESIAN CAPITALISTS	20
IDENTIFYING THE ¿RULING CLASS¿: CAPITAL AND THE STATE	31
FROM BUREAUCRATIC TO PLUTOCRATIC CAPITALISM	42
3 Limited capitalists: Chinese big business and the state before 1998	44
DETERMINANTS: CHINESE CAPITAL IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE	46
THE NEW ORDER ACCOMMODATION	57
THE LIMITED POWER OF CAPITAL	90
4 Capital in crisis: The conglomerates and the end of the New Order	93
THE CRISIS IN CONTEXT	95
ECONOMIC IMPACT: THE DISMANTLING OF THE BUSINESS EMPIRES	105
POLITICAL IMPACT: THE DISSOLUTION OF PREDATORY ARRANGEMENTS	110
THE END OF THE CONGLOMERATES?	122
5 Capital¿s reaction: The survival of the conglomerates	125
REFORMASI IN INDONESIA: ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL CONTEXTS	126
THE CONGLOMERATES AND THE NEW REGIME	131
ECONOMIC RECOVERY: RECOUPING THE LOSSES	141
CAPITALIST CONSOLIDATION, CONSOLIDATED CAPITAL	162
6 Capital unlimited: Towards a new accommodation	165
CAPITAL IN POST-SOEHARTO INDONESIA: UN-LIMITING CHINESE BIG BUSINESS	167
MODES OF TRANSITION: PATTERNS OF POLITICAL BUSINESS	176
FORMATS OF REPRESENTATION: THE RISE OF AN AUTONOMOUS CAPITALIST CLASS	189
PLUTOCRACY IN THE MAKING	196
7 Conclusion: The state of capital	198

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Corporations, Chinese -- Indonesia.
Business and politics -- Indonesia.