Industrialization And Deindustrialization In Indonesia
food prices, Indonesia, manufacturing, real wages, structural change
Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies
This paper argues that rising food staple prices can pose a significant barrier to the growth of labour-intensive manufacturing by raising real wage rates. This is important because an expanding manufacturing sector has both comparative static and dynamic effects on labour productivity growth. The experience of Indonesia is used to illustrate these ideas.
Original Publication Date
DOI of published version
UNI ScholarWorks, Rod Library, University of Northern Iowa
Grabowski, Richard and Self, Sharmistha, "Industrialization And Deindustrialization In Indonesia" (2020). Faculty Publications. 422.