Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Development
Provides development, neo-liberalism, rural livelihood, and human-nature relationships in Southeast Asia. Describes development institutions and economies in Southeast Asia, including the International Labour Organization (ILO), justice processes and post-conflict reconciliation, civil society participation, industrial economies, community economies, and tourism. Considers modes of civil society participation in ASEAN. Presents people and development in Southeast Asia, namely family and gender, healthcare entitlements, migration, children and youth development, ethnic minorities, globalization and regional integration, religion, feminist political ecology, and rural spaces. Deals with environment and development in Southeast Asia, including value of water, agriculture and land, oil palm cultivation in East Malaysia, disaster and development, climate change mitigation, Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) project, and forests.