Religious Fervour and Economic Success: Chettiar Moneylenders in Singapore
In Indian Communities in Southeast Asia thirty-one scholars provide an analytical commentary on the contemporary position of ethnic Indians in Southeast Asia. The book is the outcome of a ten-year project undertaken by the editors at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore. It is multi-disciplinary in focus and multi-faceted in approach, providing a comprehensive account of the way people originating from the Indian subcontinent have integrated themselves in the various Southeast Asian countires. The study provides insights into understanding how Indians, an intra-ethnically diverse immigrant group, have intermingled in Southeast Asia, a region that itself is ethnically diverse.
Business Administration, Management, and Operations
Organisational Behaviour and Human Resources
Indian Communities in Southeast Asia
Times Academic Press
Hans-Dieter, Evers and Tan, Jayarani.
Religious Fervour and Economic Success: Chettiar Moneylenders in Singapore. (1993). Indian Communities in Southeast Asia. 848-846. Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business.
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