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  Number 96, October 2013

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Wealth, Power, and Contemporary Indonesian Politics

Michele Ford and Thomas B. Pepinsky, editors

Special Section: Wealth, Power, and Contemporary Indonesian Politics

Beyond Oligarchy?: Critical Exchanges on Political Power and Material Inequality in Indonesia

pp. 1-9
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Oligarchy and Democracy in Indonesia

pp. 11-33
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The Political Economy of Oligarchy and the Reorganization of Power in Indonesia

pp. 35-57
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Improving the Quality of Democracy in Indonesia: Toward a Theory of Action

pp. 59-80
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Pluralism and Political Conflict in Indonesia

pp. 81-100
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Popular Agency and Interests in Indonesia’s Democratic Transition and Consolidation

pp. 101-121
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Articles

The Parman Economy: Post-Authoritarian Shifts in the Off-Budget Economy of Indonesia’s Security Institutions

pp. 123-150
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Unnamed Interests and Informal Leaders: A Street Vendor Relocation in Yogyakarta City

pp. 151-185
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Review Essay

Islamization and the Changing Ethical Imagination in Java

pp. 187-202
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Reviews

Knowing Indonesia: Intersections of Self, Discipline, and Nation ed. by Jemma Purdy (review)

pp. 203-207
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Islam and Popular Culture in Indonesia and Malaysia ed. by Andrew N. Weintraub (review)

pp. 209-212
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Musical Journey in Sumatra by Margaret Kartomi (review)

pp. 213-218
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Contributors

pp. 219-220
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Research Areas

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