The Seminar on Institutional Change in Burma/Myanmar. A Framework for Discussions. The Birth and Growth of the Militarized State in Burma/Myanmar. Defence. Ethnic Groups. Leisure/ Sport . Family. The Party. Polit Bureau. Totalitarian System. Culture/Art. Economy. Education. Politics.
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Formal and Informal Economies
Technocratic/ Commercial Elite
Federal Democratic State
Formal and Informal
The (Burma) Politics of “Negative Relevance”
Militarized/militant and Mutually Hostile Politics between the regime and Society where political, economic and cultural processes are of Zero Sum nature – Burma
Initial Reform/liberalization - Reversible Transition
Semi-Democratic Process where the military retains its economic privileges, but consents to its reduced role in politics, economy and culture and cooperates on institutional changes.
The birth & evolution of Democratic Politics - Irreversible Transition
State-Private Economic Cooperation