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1;01. 4, no. 2, January 1956. [44J THE ECONOMY; GENERAL AND HISTORICAL the meanings attached to those phrases, however, have always been vague, while in actual practice Indonesian governments have been reluctant to disrupt the thoroughly "capitalist" economic structure inherited from the colonial regime until 1958. fight liberalism," now a term of execration, has been expressed in actions as well as words. 'Ve will see later that the pressures and limitations of practical politics have generally had greater influence than abstract theories in detennining Indonesia's economic policies.
Little of it is due to postwar planting or new-found enterprise. On the con trary, experts have been afraid [50J THE ECONOMY: GENERAL AND HISTORICAL for some years now that Indonesian smallholders' production must soon collapse. Over wide areas the trees are old and badly maintained. Methods of tapping and processing (into blankets or crepe rubber rather than the more desirable smoked sheets) are crude and wasteful. H) The age of rubber trees in this sector is probably the major unknown factor responsible for this paradox.
It may well be the case that substant ial improvements in living standards have been enjoyed by relatively small groups, while a much larger segment of society has imperceptibly experienced some decline; but it would be diffic ult to 2ssess this in qua nti~a ti ve terms and certainly misleading to infer from it that only a small urban elite has had any benefit from the fruits of independence. Consumption has also taken a perceptibly higher portion of the national income than in colonial times, while investment and depreciation provisions have declined to a tragic degree.
A methodology for cost factor comparison and prediction by Alvin J. Harman