Table of contents for Liberation from liberalization : gender and globalization in Southeast Asia / Roksana Bahramitash.


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Contents
List of Tables and Figures * vii
Acknowledgements * ix
Introduction * 1
1  Market Fundamentalism * 19
The post-Second World War development effort * 20
The rise ofneo-liberalism * 27
Alternatives to market fundamentalism * 32
2  Who Pays for Market Fundamentalism? * 40
Background to theories of gender and development * 41
Women's work as defined by the market * 43
Neo-liberalism and increasing women's employment * 45
Women's invisible contributions * 53
Labour of love: the care economy and declining
social services * 57
The interventionist state versus market fundamentalism * 60
3   Taiwan: Neo-Liberalism or Developmentalist State? * 64
Colonial history * 64
The making of modern Taiwan * 69
Women's role in Taiwan's economic success * 77
Invisible economic contributions * 91
Community and volunteer work: state-initiated organizations * 96
Gender politics, civil society and Taiwan's future * 99
4  Indonesia: Paper Tiger and the Asian Crisis * 106
Colonial history * 106
Modern Indonesia: state structure and political economy * 112
Women's role in the economy * 120
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5   The Philippines: Exporting Women Is Good
for Growth * 136
Colonial history * 136
Modern Filipino state structure and development strategy * 146
Women's role in the economy * 155
6   Conclusion: Liberalization in Crisis * 172
Challenging neo-liberalist assumptions * 172
APEC and the unholy marriage of neo-liberalism and
neo-conservatism * 179
Neo-liberalism in crisis: looking into the future * 183
Bibliography * 187
Index * 201



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Women in economic development Southeast Asia, Women Southeast Asia Economic conditions 21st century, Southeast Asia Economic policy, Southeast Asia Social policy, Globalization