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British Malaya, an economic analysis.

Li, Dun Jen

British Malaya, an economic analysis.

by Li, Dun Jen

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Published by American Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Malay Peninsula -- Economic conditions.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination123 p.
    Number of Pages123
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16623786M

    Numerous studies have discussed the political and economic history of Malaya with an emphasis on British economic exploitation, but with little focus on the economic exploitation of . THE PRO-WEST HERITAGE IDEA IN MALAYA. P.J. Drake in his writing Currency, Credit and Commerce: Early Growth in Southeast Asia [1] discuss Malaya’s economic structure before which are fundamental to the economic development of Malaysia today. Before the First World War, Malaya export growth is based on domestic resources and offerings is driven by market .

    Chinese Politics in Malaya The Dynamics of British Policy is an attempt to assess the dynamics of British policy towards Chinese politics in Malaya. It focuses on the period from , which witnessed the Japanese occupation of Malaya, the re-establishment of British colonial rule, and the moves towards self-government. Separated from the Malay Peninsula by some kilometres of the South China Sea, these two vast, under-populated, and resource-rich states were a world away from the political and economic life of Malaya. In the British North Borneo Chartered Company was established and began administering a territory on Borneo island that had been ceded.

    This article discusses economic change and its relevance to the consciousness and transition in Malay society during British colonial rule in Malaya. The period of this study is the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. In this context, the fundamental concept of economic change is applied to the change f-oin self-sufficiency. The British Military Administration (BMA) was the interim administrator of British Malaya between the end of World War II and the establishment of the Malayan Union in The BMA was under the direct command of the Supreme Allied Commander South East Asia, Lord Louis Mountbatten. The administration had the dual function of maintaining basic subsistence during the period of .


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British Malaya: An British Malaya analysis Unknown Binding – January 1, by Dun Jen Li (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Unknown Binding, "Please retry" Author: Dun Jen Li.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Li, Dun Jen, British Malaya. New York, American Press [©] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Li, Dun Jen, British Malaya.

Kuala Lumpur: Institute for Social Analysis, (OCoLC) British Malaya: An Economic Analysis. Li Dun Jen. A survey of the impact of British colonial policies and practices on the Malayan economy betweenwhen Pahang, Perak, Negeri Sembilan and Selangor became a federated unit and when the effects of World War II were beginning to be noticeable even though Malaya was not actively drawn into the war until British Malaya.

An Economic Analysis. Kuala Lumpur. InstitutAnalisa Sosial. Stock ID # xiii +pp, bibliography, prior owner's stamp half title, minor wear wrappers, small octavo, a good copy.

The study begins in when the four Malay states of Perak, Selangor, Negri Sembilan and Pahang were federated and continues untiljust prior to the impact.

the British economic interests and implies the imperialistic tenden- cies of the British rule. It also has the advantage of allowing them to exploit the economic wealth of Malaya without much internal interference. In the book, the analysis of Malaya's economic development and the discussion on implications of the British Colonial rule covered fourAuthor: Zulkifly Hj.

Mustapha. In any case, despite the claim of the sub-title that the work is an economic analysis of British Malaya, the book, as the author has averred in the preface, “is not intended as a general description of the economic development an economic analysis.

book Malaya”, but is a study of “imperialism at work”.Cited by: 2. British Malaya was written by the former Resident General Sir Swettenham who was a prominent figure in the history.

This book gave a good summarization of the times of the western imperialism in Malaya and a well referenced and a quite personal account from Swettenham's perspective on the very prosperous colony/5. Economic recovery has been led by strong growth in exports, particularly of electronics and electrical products, to the United States, Malaysia's principal trade and investment partner.

Inflationary pressures remained benign, and, as a result, Bank Negara Malaysia, the central bank, had been able to follow a low interest rate policy. Li Dun Jen ’ s British Malaya: An Economic Analysis (revised, ) pro- vides an analysis of British imperialism at work, with chapters on fi nance, trade, tin, rubber, population and : Sivachandralingam Sundara Raja.

Economic Analysis. This book covers the following topics: Managerial Economics, Objectives Of The Business Firm, Fundamental Economic Concepts, Law Of Demand, Demand Elasticity, Demand Forecasting, Consumer Behaviour: Cardinal Analysis, Ordinal Analysis, Production Function, Economies Of Scale, Cost Concepts, Price Determination: Perfect Competition And.

Whilst Malaya was an important source of revenue for the British fromthe armed insurgency by the Malayan Communist Party had caused it to become too expensive for the Empire to continue maintaining its administration.

Init was suggested that Malaya could receive approximately £5 million for economic development under the CDWA, so. The Economic Development of British Malaya to An Essay in Historiography with Some Questions for Historians.

Vol 7 The books from which most of the factual material on which my analysis is based has been drawn are: Allen, (Book Review), Malayan Economic Review 10 (): Cited by: Malaysia - Malaysia - The impact of British rule: The British presence in the region reflected several patterns: direct colonial rule in the Straits Settlements, relatively indirect control in some of the peninsula’s east-coast sultanates, and family or corporate control in Borneo.

Regardless of the political form, however, British rule brought profound changes, transforming the various. This book charts the course of Malaya’s commodity-dependent economy during the first 40 years of the 20th century while under British colonial control, contrasting that course with the economic growth and development in contemporary Malaysia.

permanent settlement in Penang, but the primary focus of the book is the period of British economic ascendency and political hegemony from the last quarter of the 19th century to December when the Japanese military invaded Malaya. After World War II, The British returned for 12 shaky years of.

TheMakingofRace in Colonial Malaya America. Nor are modern socialist societies free of the strains of the "national question"(Connor, ). Giventhis seeminglyuniversalpat- tern, the thesis ofethnicity as aprimordialforce-waitingjust beneath the surface ofsocial relations-has a strong appeal in popular thinking as well as in social science theory.

Yet at best, the hypothesis File Size: 1MB. Malayan Emergency The Malayan emergency was the conflict that occurred shortly after the end of the second world war in British Malaya from June till July between the British and her allies against Chinese Malay communists.

this conflict is considered one of the most effective anti-communist campaigns, modern guerilla warfare. This paperexamines the transmission of colonial knowledge about the Malay world from the British to the Malays in pre-warcolonial Malaya.

For this purpose, I make a textual analysis of school textbooks on Malay history and geography that were used in Malay schools and teacher training colleges in British Malaya.

Lim Chong Yah, Economic Development of Modern Malaya (Kuala Lumpur, ). This work deals separately with primary production, population, financial arrangements, and infrastructure. 4 J.H. Drabble, "Some Thoughts on the Economic Development of Malaya under British Administra tion", Journal of Southeat Asian Studies 5 ():.

In the final analysis, the self-described intent of Yuen's book is to examine the development of Chinese capitalism in Malaya in light of the influence of politics, socio-economic framework, state and colonial policies, and international and cultural environments.

This makes Yuen's book a smashing success.The Historical Development of British Investment in Malaya Before the Second World War College National University of Malaysia Course History Authors Uqbah Iqbal (Author) Nordin Hussin (Author) Ahmad Ali Seman (Author) Year Pages 32 Catalog Number V ISBN (eBook) ISBN (Book) The book fairly reflects the content of the seminar which had the dual purpose of studying problems of economic development and of examining the case of Malaya in particular.

The book is likely therefore to interest at least two categories of readers.