This paper initially examines the evolution of land settlement policies in Malaysia and Indonesia, and in particular, looks at which models or types of schemes have or have not been successful. It then tries to isolate in both cases the factors - political, economic and cultural - that have either aided or impeded success. Finally, drawing on these two examples, it examines the kind and levels of government inputs that have been necessary for the successful implementation of these settlement policies in these two countries.In contrast to this state of affairs in 1975 (when by these criteria Ulujempol was a rapidly developing scheme), a Social ... The Social Welfare team were told for instance by the Manager that a number of letters of complaint had been sent to Tunanbsp;...
|Title||:||Land Settlement Policies|
|Publisher||:||Institute of Southeast Asian Studies - 1978-12-01|