Industrial development of the Netherlands Indies

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Industrial policy -- Indonesia, Industrialization -- Indonesia, Indonesia -- Economic condi
SeriesBulletin of the Netherlands and Netherlands Indies Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations -- 2
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Industrial Development of the Netherlands Indies. Stisen, Peter H. Publication date. Topics. Dutch East Indies, Indosnesia, World War II. Publisher. New York: Netherlands and Netherlands Indies Council of the Institute of Pacific Relations.

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[New York. Netherlands-Netherlands Indies council, ?]. Industrial development of the Netherlands Indies, By Peter Hendrik Willem Sitsen.

Abstract. A revision of an edition (reproduced from type-written copy) published in as Netherlands-Netherlands Indies paper no. 2Mode of access: Internet Topics: Industrial policy Author: Peter Hendrik Willem Sitsen. Universitas Indonesia Library, LONTAR - Library Automation and Digital Archive.

Netherlands East Indies and British Malaya: a commercial and industrial handbook, by John A. Fowler, trade commissioner. [Leather Bound] United States. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. By discussing the comparative features and development of Dutch and Belgian rule, the book aims to 1) to contribute to a deeper understanding of the role of colonial institutional legacies in long run patterns of economic divergence in the modern era; 2) to fill in a huge gap in the comparative colonial historical literature, which focuses largely on the comparative evolution of the British, French.

Read this book on Questia. In this volume, "Science and Scientists in the Netherlands Indies," we have endeavoured to present a picture of the development and status of a number of branches of the natural sciences, pure and applied, in the Netherlands Indies.

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It was pioneers such as Koolhoven and Fokker who raised Dutch aviation to new levels. As in other countries, aircraft development received a huge boost during the First World War.

With the foundation of Royal Dutch Airline (KLM) in by Albert Plesman, the Netherlands was the first country with a. Book: Science and scientists in the Netherlands Indies pp pp.

Abstract: This anthology has been published by the Government of the Netherlands Indies to present a picture of the status and development of a number of branches branches Subject Category: Anatomical and Morphological Structures. the economic development of the outer provinces of the netherlands indies by Jan O.M.

Broek (Author)Author: Jan O.M. Broek. European colonial expansion led to Dutch notions of civilised society, or the Dutch's community's flexible and relatively charitable attitudes toward 'others', being scattered (as in the Greek word 'diaspeirein') to the four corners of the earth.

In some cases, the exportation of Dutch cultural values to places overseas, like North America, endowed 'Dutchness' with subtle new meanings.2/5(2). Trade Union Development and Industrial Relations in the British West Indies: Authors: William H.

Knowles, University of California, Berkeley. Institute of Industrial Relations: Publisher: University of California Press: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. The Dutch East Indies (or Netherlands East-Indies; Dutch: Nederlands(ch)-Indië; Indonesian: Hindia Belanda) was a Dutch colony consisting of what is now was formed from the nationalised colonies of the Dutch East India Company, which came under the administration of the Dutch government in During the 19th century, the Dutch possessions and hegemony were expanded, reaching.

and urban economy, the Netherlands was a latecomer to the Industrial Revolution. Yet while it is legitimate to pose the question why this was so, answering it is decidedly tricky.

To sharpen the issue, I should like to follow a Kuznetsian way of formulating what changed in Western Europe in the years of the Industrial Revolution. By discussing the comparative features and development of Dutch and Belgian rule, the book aims to 1) to contribute to a deeper understanding of the role of colonial institutional legacies in long run patterns of economic divergence in the modern era; 2) to fill in a huge gap in the comparative colonial historical literature, which focuses largely on the comparative evolution of the British, French, Spanish.

Pieter Honig, Frans Verdoorn, Science and Scientists in the Netherlands Indies (ToC) A. Teeuw, The Role of the Bijdragen in Dutch Indonesian Studies, BTLV pp M.W.

Ertsen, Prescribing perfection. Emergence of an engineering irrigation design approach in the Netherlands East Indies and its legacy, -Diss. TU Delft Caption: Many people from the former Dutch East Indies came to the Netherlands, including a large group from South Maluku.

When the Dutch East Indies got independent inthe South Moluccans did not want to be part of the new Indonesian state. They established their own state, which was quickly conquered by the Indonesian government. Indonesia, a vast polyglot nation, has weathered the global financial crisis relatively smoothly because of its heavy reliance on domestic consumption as the driver of economic growth.

Increasing investment by both local and foreign investors is also supporting solid growth. Although the economy slowed to % growth in from the 6%-plus growth rate recorded in andby Netherlands - Netherlands - Economy: Since World War II, the Netherlands has been a highly industrialized country occupying a central position in the economic life of western Europe.

Although agriculture accounts for a small percentage of the national income and labour force, it remains a highly specialized contributor to Dutch exports. Because of the scarcity of mineral resources—with the. World War I had just broken out, but colonial authorities in the Netherlands Indies heaved a sigh of relief.

The colonial export sector had not collapsed and war offered new economic prospects; representatives from the Islamic nationalist movement had not seized upon the occasion to incite unrest.

Among the few members of Natuurkundige Kommisie for Netherlands Indies was E.A Forsten who conducted his scientific research in North Celebes and Moluccan Islands in early 19th century. The book made a deep impression in the Netherlands. It suddenly became clear that the colonial government in the Dutch East Indies was an accomplice in the oppression of the Javanese population by its.

The Far East Netherlands India: A Study of Plural Economy. By J. Furnivall. The Industrial Development of the Netherlands Indies. By Peter H. Sitsen. [Netherlands and Netherlands Indies Council, Bulletin No.

2.] New York: Institute of Pacific Relations, Pp. 50 cents. Book Description: Kees van Dijk examines how in the atmosphere of optimism in the Netherlands Indies changed to one of unrest and dissatisfaction, and how after World War I the situation stabilized to resemble pre-war political and economic circumstances.

The book, India and the Netherlands, Past, Present and Future, has been described as “an encyclopaedia of the cross-cultural legacy between India and the Netherlands” that “highlights the significant place India occupied in the Dutch world view and the relationship between the two nations secured by strong economic ties and vibrant exchanges in the fields of culture, sports, and yoga.”.

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Dutch East Indies, also called Netherlands East Indies, Dutch Nederlands Oost-Indië or Nederlandsch-Indië, one of the overseas territories of the Netherlands until Decembernow territory was made up of Sumatra and adjacent islands, Java with Madura, Borneo (except for North Borneo, which is now part of Malaysia and of Brunei), Celebes with Sangihe and Talaud islands, the.

High Technology industries in the Netherlands are some of the most innovative across the globe. Dutch technologies are world renowned due to the state of the art facilities, intensive research and major development.

Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. both for the West Indies and the Netherlands East Indies. The Netherlands East Indies listings start with Philadelphia, San Fran-cisco and then Utrecht.

===== P - 3 GULDER - REVERSE ===== FOOTNOTE: The Philadelphia mint str, in and 3, inall dated for a total mintage with the P and palmtree mark of.Non-fiction books about the Netherlands, and the Dutch, during World War II The goal of this list is to gather books in English about World War II, the Holocaust, the German Occupation, the Dutch East Indies, etc., as it pertains to the Netherlands and the Dutch people.Colonialism and the emergence of a new ethnic group as a result of interracial relationships are inseparable phenomena.

The Dutch ruled the colony Netherlands Indies, present Indonesia, from until During this period the mestizo group of Indo-Europeans (the 'Indos' or Eurasians) occupied a special position in social-economic, political and cultural life.