Cambodia's Economic Transformation
- About the Book
From 2002 Cambodia underwent a dramatic economic transformation involving the disappearance of forests and the decline of logging, the inflow of Chinese investment and the rise of indigenous capital, and the increased significance of remittances from garment workers and labor migrants. The impact of government policies on land registration and concessions transformed relations of production and, with them, the socio-economic and political environment. This book examines the political economy of the Cambodian boom, analyzing the changing structure of the economy, the relationship between state and market, and outcomes for the poor.
- About the Author(s)
Caroline Hughes, Editor
Kheang Un, Editor