This thorough analysis of Malaysia's economic expansion evaluates the success of the government's New Economic Policy (NEP), which was designed to promote national unity by reducing poverty as well as by loosening the link between ethnicity and economic function. The first comprehensive analysis of income distribution trends after the inauguration of the NEP, the study also considers interethnic, urban-rural, and regional variations over time. Although there have been significant reductions in poverty and income inequality, Hashim uses previously unpublished data to show that both are still rampant.
Shireen Mardziah Hashim received her Ph.D. in economics from the University of London's School of Oriental and African Studies. She currently works in the private sector in Malaysia.
chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Inequality and Poverty Measures Chapter 3 Testing the Kuznets' Hypothesis Chapter 4 Peninsular Malaysia: Personal Income Inequality Chapter 5 Personal Income Inequality in Sabah and Sarawak Chapter 6 Regional Inequality Chapter 7 Poverty Chapter 8 Explaining Changes in Income Distribution and Poverty
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