Leeds University Library

EAST3703
Module Reading List

South East Asia in the Global Context, 2017/18
Dr Christopher Dent
c.dent@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Southeast Asia: General

Core

Rodan, G. et al (eds) (2001) The political economy of South-East Asia : conflicts, crises, and change , chapter 1

Beeson, M. (2004) Contemporary Southeast Asia : regional dynamics, national differences , Palgrave, Basingstoke.

Bresnan, J. (1994) ‘ From dominoes to dynamos : the transformation of Southeast Asia ’, Council On Foreign Relations Press.

Europa (2004) A political and economic dictionary of South-East Asia , Europa Press, London.

Hewison, K. et al (eds) (1993) ‘ Southeast Asia in the 1990s : authoritarianism, democracy and capitalism ’, Allen & Unwin.

Hill, H. (Ed.) (2002) The economic development of Southeast Asia , Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Leinbach, T. and Ulack, R. (eds) (2000) ‘ Southeast Asia : diversity and development ’, Prentice Hall.

Neher, C. (2002) ‘ Southeast Asia in the new international era ’, Westview.

Ravenhill, J. (ed) (1995) ‘The Political Economy of East Asia (Vol 3): Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand ’, Edward Elgar.

Rigg, J. (2002) ‘ Southeast Asia : the human landscape of modernization and development ’, Routledge.

Savage, V. et al (eds) (1998) ‘ The naga awakens : growth and change in Southeast Asia ’, Times Academic Press.

Shari, I. (2000) Globalization And Economic Disparities In East And Southeast Asia: New Dilemmas, Third world quarterly. , Vol 21(6), pp 963-75

Rigg, J. (2002) Southeast Asia : the human landscape of modernization and development , Routledge, London.

Rodan, G. et al (eds) (2001) ‘ The political economy of South-East Asia : conflicts, crises, and change ’, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Stubbs, R. (2000) ‘Signing on to Liberalisation: AFTA and the Politics of Regional Economic Co-operation’, The Pacific review. , Vol 13(2), pp 297-318.

Tan, A. (2004) A political and economic dictionary of South-East Asia , Europa, London.

Tongzon, J.L. (1998) ‘ The economies of Southeast Asia : the growth and development of ASEAN economies ’, E. Elgar.

Wurfel, D. and Burton, B. (eds) (1996) Southeast Asia in the New World Order : the political economy of a dynamic region ’, MacMillan, London.

Secondary

Andrews, T. et al (2002) The changing face of multinationals in South East Asia , Routledge London.

Elmhirst, R. and Saptari, R. (eds) (2004) Labour in Southeast Asia : local processes in a globalised world , RoutledgeCurzon, London.

Freeman, N.J. (ed.) (2003) Financing Southeast Asia's economic development , Institute Of Southeast Asian Studies.

Freeman, N.J. and Bartels, F.L. (eds) (2004) The future of foreign investment in Southeast Asia , RoutledgeCurzon, London.

Fry, M.J. (1993) ‘ Foreign direct investment in Southeast Asia : differential impacts ’, Institute Of Southeast Asian Studies.

Giroud, A. (2003) Transnational corporations, technology and economic development : backward linkages and knowledge transfer in South-east Asia , Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Kraft, H. (2000) ‘ASEAN and Intra-ASEAN Relations: Weathering the Storm? ’, The Pacific review. , Vol 13(3), pp 453-472.

Park, D., (2000) ‘The Dichotomy Between Northeast Asian Capitalism And Southeast Asian Capitalism’, Journal of the Asia Pacific economy. Vol 5(3)

Sen, R. (2004) Free trade agreements in Southeast Asia , Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.

Sudo, S. (2002) ‘ The international relations of Japan and South East Asia : forging a new regionalism ’, Routledge

World Bank (1993) ‘ The East Asian miracle : economic growth and public policy. ’, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Yoshihara, K. (1999) ‘ Building a prosperous Southeast Asia ’, Curzon.

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Globalisation and World Economy

Core

Rodan, G. et al (eds) (2001), The political economy of South-East Asia : conflicts, crises, and change . chapters 1 and 8

Davies, G. and Nyland, C. (eds) (2004) Globalization in the Asian region : impacts and consequences .

Dicken, P. (1998) ‘ Global shift : transforming the world economy ’, PCP, London.

Dicken, P. (2003) ‘ Global shift : reshaping the global economic map in the 21st century ’, Sage, London.

Friedman, T. (2005) The world is flat : a brief history of the globalized world in the twenty-first century , London: Allen Lane.

Gangopadhyay, P. and Chatterji, M. (eds) (2005) Economic globalization in Asia , Aldershot: Ashgate.

Giddens, A. (1990) The consequences of modernity , Cambridge: Polity

Khan, H. (2004) Global markets and financial crises in Asia : towards a theory for the 21st century , Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Le Heron, R. and Park, S.O. (eds) (1995) ‘ The Asian Pacific rim and globalization : enterprise, governance and territoriality ’, Avebury.

Olds, K. et al (eds) (1999) ‘ Globalisation and the Asia Pacific : contested territories ’, Routledge, London.

Preston, P.W. (1998) ‘ Pacific Asia in the global system : an introduction ’, Blackwell, Oxford.

Rajan, R.S. (2003) Economic globalization and Asia : essays on finance, trade, and taxation , World Scientific, London.

Scholte, J.A. (2005) Globalization : a critical introduction , Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Shari, I. (2000) Globalization And Economic Disparities In East And Southeast Asia: New Dilemmas, Third world quarterly. , Vol 21(6), pp 963-75

Stiglitz, J. (2002) Globalization and its discontents , London: Allen Lane.

Veltmeyer, H. (ed) (2004) Globalization and antiglobalization : dynamics of change in the new world order , Aldershot: Ashgate.

Wolf, M. (2004) Why globalization works , London: Yale University Press.

Wolf, M. (2003) Is Globalisation in Danger? The world economy. , Vol 26(4), pp 393-411

Yamashita, S. and Eades, J.S. (eds) (2003) ‘ Globalization in Southeast Asia : local, national, and transnational perspectives ’, Berghahn Books.

Secondary

Bello, W. (2004) Deglobalization : ideas for a new world economy , London: Zed.

Bhagwati J. (2004) In defense of globalization , Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Buckman, G. (2004) Globalization : tame it or scrap it? : mapping the alternatives of the anti-globalization movement , London: Zed.

Cavanagh, J. and Mander, J. (eds) (2004) Alternatives to economic globalization : a better world is possible , San Francisco, Berrett-Koehler.

Crawford, D. (2000) Chinese Capitalism: Cultures, The Southeast Asian Region And Economic Globalisation, Third world quarterly. , Vol 21(1), pp 69-86

Dent, C.M. (2002) ‘ The foreign economic policies of Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan ’, Edward Elgar.

Eschle, C. and Maiguashca B. (eds) (2005) Critical theories, international relations, and "the anti-globalisation movement" : the politics of global resistance , London: Routledge.

Hettne, B. et al (eds) (1999) ‘ Globalism and the new regionalism ’, Macmillan.

Isard, P. (2005) Globalization and the international financial system : what's wrong and what can be done , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Jomo K.S. and Nagaraj S. (eds) (2001) Globalization versus development , Palgrave, Basingstoke.

Panagariya, A. et al (eds) (1997) ‘ The global trading system and developing Asia ’, Oxford University Press.

Reifer, T. (ed.) (2004) Globalization, hegemony and power : antisystemic movements and the global system , London: Paradigm.

Robinson, W. (2004) A theory of global capitalism : production, class and state in a transnational world , London: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Scrase, T. et al (2003) Globalization, culture and inequality in Asia , Melbourne, Trans Pacific.

Simone, V. (2001) ‘ The Asian Pacific : political and economic development in a global context ’, London: Longman.

So, A.Y. and Chui, S.W.K. (1995) ‘ East Asia and the world economy ’, Sage, London.

Whitley, R. (1994) ‘ Business systems in East Asia : firms, markets, and societies ’, Sage, London.

Wiseman, J. (ed.) (1997) ‘ Alternatives to globalisation : an Asia-Pacific perspective ’, Community Aid Abroad.

Wurfel, D. and Burton, B. (eds) (1996) ‘ Southeast Asia in the New World Order : the political economy of a dynamic region ’, MacMillan, London.

Yusuf, S. (eds) (2004) Global change and East Asian policy initiatives , Washington, D.C.: World Bank, c2004

Yusuf, S. (eds) (2004) Global production networking and technological change in East Asia , Washington, D.C.: World Bank, c2004

Moghadam, V. (2005) Globalizing women : transnational feminist networks , Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

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International Political Economy

Core

Rodan, G. et al (eds) (2001), The political economy of South-East Asia : conflicts, crises, and change . chapters 1 and 8

Balaam, D. and Veseth, M. (2005) ‘ Introduction to international political economy ’, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River.

Frieden, J.A. and Lake, D.A. (eds) (2000) ‘ International political economy : perspectives on global power and wealth ’, Routledge, London.

Gilpin, R. (2001) ‘ Global political economy : understanding the international economic order ’, Princeton University Press.

Goddard, C.R. et al (eds) (2003) ‘ International political economy : state-market relations in the changing global order ’, Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Kelly, D. and Grant, W. (eds) (2005) The politics of international trade in the twenty-first century : actors, issues, and regional dynamics , Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lairson, T. and Skidmore, D. (1993) ‘ International political economy : the struggle for power and wealth ’, Harcourt Brace.

O'Brien, R. and Williams, M. (2004) Global political economy : evolution and dynamics , Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Palan, R. (ed) (2000) ‘ Global political economy : contemporary theories ’, Routledge.

Ravenhill, J. (ed.) (2005) Global political economy , Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Spero, J. (2003) ‘ The politics of international economic relations. ’, Routledge, London.

Strange, S. (1994) States and markets , London: Pinter.

Secondary

Bergsten, C.F. and Noland, M. (eds) (1993) ‘ Pacific dynamism and the international economic system ’, Institute for International Economics, Washington D.C.

Crane, G.T. and Amawi, A. (eds) (1991) ‘ The theoretical evolution of international political economy : a reader ’, Oxford University Press, New York.

Dent, C.M. (1999) ‘ The European Union and East Asia : an economic relationship ’, Routledge, London. (Chap 1)

Dixon, C. (1991) ‘ South East Asia in the world-economy ’, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Stiles, K.W. and Akaha, T. (eds) (1991) ‘ International political economy : a reader ’, Harper Collins, New York.

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Singapore and Brunei

Core

Rodan, G. et al (eds) (2001), The political economy of South-East Asia : conflicts, crises, and change . chapter 5

Blomqvist, H.C. (1998) ‘The Endogenous State Of Brunei Darussalam: The Traditional Society Versus Economic Development’, The Pacific review. , Vol 11(4), pp 541-559.

Cleary, M.C. and Wong, S.Y. (1994) ‘ Oil, economic development, and diversification in Brunei Darussalam ’, Macmillan, Basingstoke. (WNe) HD 9576 B8 C6

da Cunha, D. (ed.) (2002) Singapore in the new millennium : challenges facing the city-state , Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2002.

Dent, C.M. (2002) ‘ The foreign economic policies of Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan ’, Edward Elgar.

Dent, C.M. (2003) ‘Transnational Capital, the State and Foreign Economic Policy: Singapore, South Korea and Taiwan’, Review of international political economy. , Vol 10(2), pp 246-77

Ermisch, J.F. and Huff, W.G. (1999) ‘Hypergrowth In An East Asian NIC: Public Policy And Capital Accumulation In Singapore’, World development. , Vol 27(1), pp 21-38.

Ho, K.C. and So, A. (1997) ‘Semi-Periphery And Borderland Integration: Singapore And Hong Kong Experiences’, Political geography , Vol 16(3), pp 241-59.

Huff, W.G. (1994) ‘ The economic growth of Singapore : trade and development in the twentieth century ’, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Huff, W.G. (1995) ‘What is the Singapore model of economic development? ’, Cambridge journal of economics. , Vol 19(6), pp 735-59.

Huff, W.G. (1995) ‘The Developmental State, Government, And Singapore Economic-Development Since 1960’, World development. , Vol 23(8), pp 1421-38.

Huff, W.G. (1999) ‘Turning the Corner in Singapore’s Developmental State? , Asian survey. , Vol 39(4), pp 214-242.

Koon, H.P. (1997) The new economic policy and the Chinese community in peninsular Malaysia , Vol 35(3), pp 262-292.

Low, L. (2001) ‘The Singapore Developmental State in the New Economy and Polity’, The Pacific review. , Vol 14(3), pp411-442.

Peebles, G. and Wilson, P. (2002) Economic growth and development in Singapore : past and future , Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Rajan, R.S. et al (2003) Singapore and the New Regionalism: Bilateral Trade Linkages with Japan and the US, The world economy. , Vol 26(9), pp 1325-56.

Regnier, P. (1991) ‘ Singapore : city-state in South-East Asia ’, Hurst, London. (WM) DS 598 S7 R3

Rodan, G. et al (eds) (1997) ‘ The political economy of South-East Asia : an introduction ’, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

World Trade Organization (2000) ‘ Trade policy review. Singapore, 2000. ’, World Trade Organisation.

Secondary

Chua, B.H. (2003) Life is not complete without shopping : consumption culture in Singapore , Singapore: Singapore University Press.

Dale, O (1999) Urban planning in Singapore : the transformation of a city , Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Dao, M.Q. (1996) ‘Brunei: An Economy In Transition’, Journal of contemporary Asia. , Vol 20(4), pp 505-511.

Daquila, T.C. and Huy, L.H. (2003) ‘Singapore and ASEAN in the Global Economy: The Case of Free Trade Agreements’, Asian survey. , Vol 43(6), pp 908-928.

Ho, K.C. (1994) ‘Industrial Restructuring, The Singapore City-State, And The Regional Division-Of-Labor’, Environment and planning. A : environment and planning. , Vol 26(1), pp 33-51.

Koh, T. and Lin, C.L. (eds) (2004) The United States Singapore free trade agreement : highlights and insights , Singapore: Institute of Policy Studies.

Lee, W.K.M. (1997) ‘Foreign investment, industrial restructuring and dependent development in Singapore’, Journal of contemporary Asia. , Vol 27(1), pp 58-70.

Perry, M. and Hui, T.B. (1998) ‘Global Manufacturing And Local Linkage In Singapore’, Environment and planning. A : environment and planning. , Vol 30(9), pp.1603-1624

Ramesh, M. (1995) ‘Economic Globalization And Policy Choices: Singapore’, Governance , Vol 8(2), pp 243-60.

Rodan, G. (1995) ‘ Singapore changes guard : social, political and economic directions in the 1990s ’, Longman Cheshire, Melbourne. (WM) JQ 745 S6 S6

Soon, T.W. and Stoever, W.A. (1996) ‘Foreign Investment And Economic Development In Singapore: A Policy-Oriented Approach’, The journal of developing areas. , Vol 30(3), pp 317-340.

Soon, T.W. and Tan, C.S. (1993) ‘ Singapore : public policy and economic development ’, World Bank, Washington, D.C.

Tremewan, C. (1996) ‘ The political economy of social control in Singapore ’, Macmillan Press Basingstoke.

Yeung, H.W.C. (1998) ‘Transnational Economic Synergy And Business Networks: The Case Of Twway Investment Between Malaysia And Singapore’, Regional studies. , Vol 32(8), pp 687-706.

Yeung, H.W.C. (2000) ‘State Intervention and Neoliberalism in the Globalising World Economy: Lessons from Singapore’s Regionalisation Programme’, The Pacific review. , Vol 13(1), pp 133-62.

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Malaysia

Rodan, G. et al (eds) (2001), The political economy of South-East Asia : conflicts, crises, and change . chapter 6

Barlow, C. and Loh, F. (eds) (2003) Malaysian economics and politics in the new century , Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Berger, M.T. and Borer, D.A. (eds) (1997) ‘ The rise of East Asia : critical visions of the Pacific century ’, Routledge, London. (chapter 6 - Malaysia) DS 518.1 R5

Bierling, J. (1995) ‘The ‘Developing Powers’: Thailand, Malaysia, The Philippines And Indonesia’, Current sociology = La sociologie contemporaine. , Vol 43(1), pp 97-114.

Bowie, A. and Unger, D. (1997) The politics of open economies : Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Bunnell, T. (2004) Malaysia, modernity, and the multimedia super corridor : a critical geography of intelligent landscapes , RoutledgeCurzon, London.

Geoffrey, D. and Stafford, S.D. (1997) ‘Malaysia’s New Economic Policy And The Global Economy: The Evolution Of Ethnic Accommodation’, The Pacific review. , Vol 10(4), pp 556-580.

Gomez, E.T. and Jomo K.S. (1997) ‘ Malaysia's political economy : politics, patronage, and profits ’, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Jesudason, J.V. (1989) ‘ Ethnicity and the limits of economic rationality : the state, Chinese business, and multinationals in Malaysia ’, UMI Dissertation Service, Ann Arbor.

Jesudason, J.V. (1997) ‘Chinese Business And Ethnic Equilibrium In Malaysia’, Development and change. , Vol 28(1), pp 119-141.

Jomo, K.S. (1998) ‘Malaysia’s Debacle: Whose Fault? ’, Cambridge journal of economics. , Vol 22(6), pp 707-722.

Jomo K.S. et al (eds) (1999) Industrial technology development in Malaysia : industry and firm studies , London, New York: Routledge.

Koon, H.P. (1997) ‘The New Economic Policy And The Chinese Community In Peninsular Malaysia’, The new economic policy and the Chinese community in peninsular Malaysia , Vol 35(3), pp 262-292.

Nesadurai, H. (2000) ‘In Defence of National Economic Autonomy? Malaysia’s Response to the Financial Crisis’, The Pacific review. , Vol 13(1), pp. 73-114

Pramanik, A.H. (1997) ‘ Malaysia's economic success ’, Pelanduk, Petaling Jaya.

Rahim, L.Z. (1998) ‘In Search Of The ‘Asian Way: Cultural Nationalism In Singapore And Malaysia’, Commonwealth & comparative politics. , Vol.36(3), pp 54-73.

Rahman, A.A.A. (1998) ‘Economic Reforms And Agricultural Development In Malaysia’, ASEAN economic bulletin. , Vol 15(1), pp 59-76.

Riaz, A. (1997) ‘Telecommunications In Economic Growth Of Malaysia’, Journal of contemporary Asia. ’, Vol 27(4), pp 489-510.

Rutten, M. (2003) Rural capitalists in Asia : a comparative analysis on India, Indonesia and Malaysia , London: RoutledgeCurzon.

Salleh, I.M. and Meyanathan, S.D. (1993) ‘ Malaysia : growth, equity, and structural transformation ’, World Bank, Washington, D.C.

Searle, P. (1999) The riddle of Malaysian capitalism : rent-seekers or real capitalists? Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

Weber, M. (ed.) (2002) ‘ Reforming economic systems in Asia : a comparative analysis of China, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, and Thailand ’, Edward Elgar.

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Thailand

Rodan, G. et al (eds) (2001), The political economy of South-East Asia : conflicts, crises, and change . chapter 3

Bello, W., Cunningham, S. and Poh, L.K. (1998) ‘ A Siamese tragedy : development and disintegration in modern Thailand ’, Zed Books, London.

Bierling, J. (1995) ‘The ‘Developing Powers’: Thailand, Malaysia, The Philippines And Indonesia’, Current sociology = La sociologie contemporaine. , Vol 43(1), pp 97-114.

Bowie, A. and Unger, D. (1997) The politics of open economies : Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Brown, A. (2003) Labour, politics, and the state in industrializing Thailand , London: Routledge.

Chowdhury, A. (1999) ‘Villain Of The Asian Crisis: Thailand Or The IMF? ’, ASEAN economic bulletin. , Vol 16(2), pp 166-174.

Chulasai, L. and Wherry, F. (2003) SMEs competitive strategy : lessons learned in northern Thailand , Chiang Mai: Chiang Mai University.

Economist Intelligence Unit (2004) ‘ Country profile : Thailand. ’, EIU, London.

Girling, J.L.S. (1996) ‘ Interpreting development : capitalism, democracy, and the middle class in Thailand ’, Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, Ithaca.

Goss, J. and Pacheco, D. (1999) ‘Comparative Globalisation And The State In Costa Rica And Thailand’ Journal of contemporary Asia. , Vol 29(4), pp 516-535.

Kittiprapas_S, McCann_P (1999) ‘Regional Development In Thailand: Some Observations From The Thai Automotive Industry’, ASEAN economic bulletin. , Vol 16(2), pp 190-207.

MacIntyre, A. (1998) ‘Political Institutions And The Economic Crisis In Thailand And Indonesia’, ASEAN economic bulletin. , Vol 15(3), pp 362-372.

Nidhiprabha, B. (1998) ‘Economic Crises And The Debt-Deflation Episode In Thailand’, ASEAN economic bulletin. , Vol 15(3), pp 309-318.

Phongpaichit, P. and Baker, C. (1998) ‘ Thailand's boom and bust ’, Silkworm, Chiang Mai.

Pongsapich, A. et al (eds.) (1994) ‘ Entrepreneurship and socio-economic transformation in Thailand and Southeast Asia : proceedings of the seminar of Bangkok, February 1993, Chulalongkorn University ’, Social Research Institute of Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok.

Samudavanija. C.A. (2002) Thailand : state-building, democracy, and globalization , Bangkok,Thailand: Institute of Public Policy Studies.

Thep, K. (2004) Political economy & international relations : designing Thailand. , Openbooks.

Warr, P.G. (ed.) (1993) ‘ The Thai economy in transition ’, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Warr, P. (2005) Thailand beyond the crisis , London: Routledge.

Weber, M. (ed.) (2002) ‘ Reforming economic systems in Asia : a comparative analysis of China, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, and Thailand ’, Edward Elgar.

Zhang, X. (2002) The changing politics of finance in Korea and Thailand : from deregulation to debacle , London: Routledge.

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Indonesia

Rodan, G. et al (eds) (2001), The political economy of South-East Asia : conflicts, crises, and change . chapter 4

Basri, C. and van der Eng, P. (eds) (2004) Business in Indonesia : new challenges, old problems , Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Booth, A. (1998) ‘ The Indonesian economy in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries : a history of missed opportunities ’, Macmillan, London.

Bowie, A. and Unger, D. (1997) The politics of open economies : Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Chalmers, I. and Hadiz, V.R. (eds) (1997) ‘ The politics of economic development in Indonesia : contending perspectives ’, Routledge, London.

Dick, H. et al (eds) (2002) The emergence of a national economy : an economic history of Indonesia, 1800-2000 , 1800-2000, Leiden: KITLV Press.

Djidin, D.A. (1997) ‘The Political Economy Of Indonesia’s New Economic Policy’, Journal of contemporary Asia. , Vol 27(1), pp 14-36.

Economist Intelligence Unit (2005) ‘ Country profile : Indonesia. ’, EIU, London.

Hill, H. (ed.) (1994) ‘ Indonesia's New Order : the dynamics of socio-economic transformation ’, Allen and Unwin, St. Leonards.

Hill, H. (1996) ‘Indonesia’s Industrial Policy And Performance: "Orthodoxy" Vindicated’, Economic development and cultural change. , Vol 45(1), pp 147-174.

Hill, H. (1997) ‘ Indonesia's industrial transformation ’, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.

Hill, H. and Thee, K.W. (1998) ‘ Indonesia's technological challenge ’, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.

Hill, H. (2000) The Indonesian economy , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

MacIntyre, A. (1998) ‘Political Institutions And The Economic Crisis In Thailand And Indonesia’, ASEAN economic bulletin. , Vol 15(3), pp 362-372.

Quah, E. (2002) ‘Transboundary Pollution in Southeast Asia: The Indonesian Fires’, World development. , Vol 30(3), Pages 429-441.

Robison, R. and Rosser, A. (1998) ‘Contesting Reform: Indonesia’s New Order And The IMF’, World development. , Vol 26(8), pp 1593-1609.

Rock, M.T. (1999) ‘Reassessing The Effectiveness Of Industrial Policy In Indonesia: Can The Neoliberals Be Wrong? ’, World development. , Vol 27(4), pp 691-704.

Rutten, M. (1999) ‘Rural Capitalists In India, Indonesia, And Malaysia: Three Cases, Two Debates, One Analysis? ’, Sojourn : journal of social issues in Southeast Asia , Vol 14(1), pp 57-97. (Available through catalogue)

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Philippines

Rodan, G. et al (eds) (2001), The political economy of South-East Asia : conflicts, crises, and change . chapter 2

Abinales, P. and Amoroso, D.J. (2005) State and society in the Philippines , Oxford: Rowman and Littlefield.

Balisacan, A.M. and Hill, H. (eds) (2003) The Philippine economy : development, policies, and challenges , Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bautista, R.M. (1994) ‘ Natural resources, economic development, and the state : the Philippine experience ’, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.

Bautista, R.M. (1988) ‘ Impediments to trade liberalization in the Philippines ’, Gower, Aldershot.

Bautista, C. and Bautista, F. (ed.) (2001) Economic reforms and governance in the Philippines : eight case studies , Manila: Ateneo School of Government.

Billig, M. (2003) Barons, brokers, and buyers : the institutions and cultures of Philippine sugar , Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Bowie, A. and Unger, D. (1997) The politics of open economies : Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Crouch, H.A. (1985), ‘ Economic change, social structure, and the political system in Southeast Asia : Philippine development compared with the other ASEAN countries ’, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.

Dubsky, R. (1993) ‘ Technocracy and development in the Philippines ’, University of the Philippines Press, Diliman.

Gonzales J. (1998) Philippine labour migration : critical dimensions of public policy , Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian

Studies.Hodder, R. (2002) Between two worlds : society, politics, and business in the Philippines , London: RoutledgeCurzon.

Kang, D. (2002) Crony capitalism : corruption and development in South Korea and the Philippines , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kelly, P. (2000) Landscapes of globalization : human geographies of economic change in the Philippines , London: Routledge.

Krinks, P. (2002) The economy of the Philippines : elites, inequalities and economic restructuring , London: Routledge.

Manapat, R. (1991) ‘ Some are smarter than others : the history of Marcos' crony capitalism ’, Aletheia Publications, New York.

Morton A.L. (1996) ‘Assessing Policy Implementation Success: Observations From The Philippines’, World development. , Vol 24(9), pp 1441-1452.

Parreñas, R.S. (2001) Servants of globalization : women, migration and domestic work , Stanford, Stanford University Press.

Warr, P.G. (1997), The Uruguay round and the developing countries ; Thailand and the Philippines , Vol 35(2), pp 142-165.

Yoshihara, K. (1985) ‘ Philippine industrialization : foreign and domestic capital ’, Ateneo de Manila University Press, Quezon City.

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Indochina and Myanmar

Cambodia

Economist Intelligence Unit (2005) ‘ Country profile : Cambodia. ’, EIU, London.

Hughes, C. (2003) The political economy of Cambodia's transition, 1991-2001 , 1991-2001, New York: Routledge.

Blench, R. et al (2002) Area development projects, poverty reduction and the new architecture of aid. Volume 2, Case studies, CARERE/Seila, Cambodia, ANRS, Ethiopia, EEOA, Zambia ., Stockholm: bSIDA.

Oishi, M. and Furuoka, F. (2003) Can Japanese Aid Be An Effective Tool Of Influence? Case Studies Of Cambodia And Burma, Asian survey. Vol 43(6), pp 890-907.

Laos

Economist Intelligence Unit (2005) Country profile : Laos. ’, EIU, London.

Bourdet, Y. (1995) ‘Rural Reforms And Agricultural Productivity In Laos’, The journal of developing areas. , Vol 29(2), pp 161-182.

Thalemann, A. (1997) ‘Laos: Between Battlefield And Marketplace’, Journal of contemporary Asia. , Vol 27(1), pp 85-105.

Than, M. and Tan J.L.H. (eds) (1997) ‘ Laos' dilemmas and options : the challenge of economic transition in the 1990s ’, St. Martin’s Press, New York.

Than, M. and Thein, M. (eds) (2000) Financial resources for development in Myanmar : lessons from Asia , Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Myanmar (Burma)

Collignon, S. et al (ed.) (2001) Burma : political economy under military rule , London: Hurst & Company.

Cook, P. and Minogue, M. (1993) ‘Economic Reform And Political Change In Myanmar (Burma)’, World development. , Vol 21(7), pp 1151-1161.

Than, M. (1991) ‘Asean. Indo-China And Myanmar - Towards Economic Co-Operation? ’, ASEAN economic bulletin. , Vol 8(2), pp 173-193.

Than, M. (1992) ‘ Myanmar's external trade : an overview in the Southeast Asian context ’, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore. (WE) HF 3832.2 M9

Than, M. (2004) Economic development of Myanmar , Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Than, M. (2005) Myanmar in ASEAN : regional cooperation experience , Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Thein, M, and Soe, M.M. (1998) ‘Economic Reforms And Agricultural Development In Myanmar’, ASEAN economic bulletin. , Vol 15(1), pp 13-29.

Wong, J. (1997) ‘Why Has Myanmar Not Developed Like East Asia? ’, ASEAN economic bulletin. , Vol 13(3), pp 344-358.

Vietnam

Rodan, G. et al (eds) (2001), The political economy of South-East Asia : conflicts, crises, and change . chapter 7

Alpert, W.T. (ed.) (2005) The Vietnamese economy and its transformation to an open market system , London: M.E. Sharpe.

Berger, M.T. and Borer, D.A. (eds) (1997) ‘ The rise of East Asia : critical visions of the Pacific century ', Routledge, London. (chapter 5 - Vietnam)

Curley, M. and Hiebert, M. (1998) ‘Chasing The Tigers: A Portrait Of The New Vietnam’, The Pacific review. , Vol 11(1), pp 142-149.

Fforde, A. and de Vylder, S. (1996) ‘ From plan to market : the economic transition in Vietnam ’, Westview Press, Boulder.

Gainsborough, M. (2002) Changing political economy of Vietnam : the case of Ho Chi Minh City , London: RoutledgeCurzon.

Leung, S. (ed.) (1999) Vietnam and the East Asian crisis , Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Liljestrom, R. et al (1998) ‘ Profit and poverty in rural Vietnam : winners and losers of a dismantled revolution ’, Curzon Press, Surrey.

Phong, D. and Beresford, M. (1998) ‘ Authority relations and economic decision-making in Vietnam : an historical perspective ’, NIAS, Copenhagen.

Que, T.T. (1998) ‘Economic Reforms And Their Impact On Agricultural Development In Vietnam’, ASEAN economic bulletin. , Vol 15(1), pp 30-46.

Quinlan, J.P. (1995) ‘ Vietnam : business opportunities and risks ’, Pacific View Press, Berkeley.

Tran, B.N and Pham, C.D. (eds) (2003) The Vietnamese economy : awakening the dormant dragon , London: RoutledgeCurzon.

Vu, T.A. (1994) ‘Development In Vietnam: Policy Reforms And Economic Growth’, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore. Not in the library

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The 1997/98 Southeast Asian Financial Crisis

Core

Rodan, G. et al (eds) (2001), The political economy of South-East Asia : conflicts, crises, and change . chapters 1, 10 (sections through the book – see index)

Arndt, H.W. and Hill, H. (eds) (1999) ‘ Southeast Asia's economic crisis : origins, lessons, and the way forward ’, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.

Dieter, H. (2001) ‘Four Years After the Asian Crisis Began’, The Pacific review. , Vol 14(3), pp 467-77.

Haggard, S. (2000) ‘ The political economy of the Asian financial crisis ’, Washington, DC: Institute for International Economics.

Goldstein, M. (1998) ‘ The Asian financial crisis : causes, cures, and systemic implications ’, Institute of International Economics, Washington D.C.

Henderson, C. (1998) ‘ Asia falling : making sense of the Asian crisis and its aftermath ’, McGraw-Hill, New York.

Higgott, R. (1998) ‘The Asian Economic Crisis: A Study in the Politics of Resentment’, New political economy. , Vol 3(3), pp 333-56.

Khan, H. (2004) Global markets and financial crises in Asia : towards a theory for the 21st century , Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lukauskas, A. and Rivera-Batiz, F. (eds) (2001) ‘ The political economy of the East Asian crisis and its aftermath : tigers in distress ’, Edward Elgar.

McLeod, R.H. and Garnaut, R. (eds) (1998) ‘ East Asia in crisis : from being a miracle to needing one? ’ Routledge, London.

Richter, F.J. (ed) (2000) ‘ The East Asian development model : economic growth, institutional failure and the aftermath of the crisis ’, Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Robison, R. et al (eds) (2000) ‘ Politics and markets in the wake of the Asian crisis ’, Routledge, London.

Ruland, J. (2000) ‘ASEAN and the Asian Crisis: Theoretical Implications and Practical Consequences for Southeast Asian Regionalism’, The Pacific review. , Vol 13(3), pp 421-452.

Wade, R. and Veneroso, F. (1998) ‘The Asian Crisis: The High Debt Model Versus the Wall Street - Treasury - IMF Complex’, 'New Left Review'. , pp 3-34.

Weber, M. (ed.) (2002) ‘ Reforming economic systems in Asia : a comparative analysis of China, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, and Thailand ’, Edward Elgar.

Secondary

Baer, W. et al (1999) ‘The End of the Asian Myth: Why Where the Experts Fooled? ’, World development. , Vol 27(10), pp 1735-47.

Beeson, M. (ed.) (2002) ‘ Reconfiguring East Asia : regional institutions and organizations after the crisis ’, RoutledgeCurzon.

Burkett, P. and Landsberg, M.H. (1998) ‘East Asia and the Crisis of Development Theory’, Journal of contemporary Asia. , Vol 28(4), pp 435-56.

Centre for Economic Policy Research (1998) ‘ Financial crises and Asia ’, Centre for Economic Policy Research, London.

Chandra, A. (2004) ‘Indonesia's Non-State Actors in ASEAN: A New Regionalism Agenda for Southeast Asia? ’, Contemporary Southeast Asia , Vol.26(1), pp.155-174.

Chang et al (eds) (2001) ‘ Financial liberalization and the Asian crisis ’, Palgrave.

Dore, R. (1998) ‘Asian Crisis and the Future of the Japanese Model’, Cambridge journal of economics. , Vol 22(6), pp 773-88.

Goodman, D. (ed) (1999) ‘ Towards recovery in Pacific Asia ’, Routledge.

Henderson, J. (1999) ‘Uneven Crises: Institutional Foundations Of East Asian Economic Turmoil’, 'Economy and society'. , Vol 23(3), pp 327-368.

Hughes, C.W. (2000) ‘Japanese Policy and the East Asian Currency Crisis: Abject Defeat or Quiet Victory? ’, Review of international political economy. , Vol 7(2), pp 219-253.

Jain, P et al (eds) (2002) ‘ Crisis and conflict in Asia : local, regional and international responses ’, Nova Science Publishers.

Johnson, C. (1998) ‘Economic Crisis in East Asia: The Clash of Capitalisms’, Cambridge journal of economics. Vol 22(6), pp 653-62.

Jomo, K.S. (1998) ‘Malaysia’s Debacle: Whose Fault? ’, Cambridge journal of economics. , Vol 22(6), pp 707-722.

Jomo K.S. (ed.) (1998) ‘ Tigers in trouble : financial governance, liberalisation and crises in East Asia ’, Zed Books, London.

Koppel, B. (1998) ‘Fixing the Other Asia’, Foreign affairs. , Vol 77(1), pp 98-111.

Krugman, P. (1994) ‘The Myth of Asia’s Miracle’, Foreign affairs. , Vol 73(6), pp 63-75.

Liou, K.T. (ed.) (2002) ‘ Managing economic development in Asia : from economic miracle to financial crisis ’, Praeger.

Matthews, J. (1998) ‘Fashioning a New Korean Model out of the Crisis: The Rebuilding of Institutional Capabilities’, Cambridge journal of economics. , Vol 22(6), pp 747-60.

Montes, M.F. (1998) ‘ The currency crisis in Southeast Asia ’, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.

Noble, G.W. And Ravenhill, J. (eds) (2000) ‘ The Asian financial crisis and the architecture of global finance ’, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Rao, V.V.B. (1998) ‘East Asian Economies: The Crisis of 1997-98’, Economic and political weekly. , (June), pp 1397-1416. Not in the library

Richter, F.J. (2002) ‘ Redesigning Asian business : in the aftermath of crisis ’, Quorum Books.

Smith, H. (ed.) (2000) ‘ Looking forward : Korea after the economic crisis ’, Asia Pacific Press.

Stam, J.A. (2002) ‘ Economy and business in Asia : post-crisis perspectives ’, Gabler.

Wade, R. (1998) ‘The Asian Debt and Development Crisis of 1997-? : Causes and Consequences’, World development. , Vol 26(8), pp 15535-54.

Wade, R. (1998) ‘From “Miracle” to “Cronyism”: Explaining the Great Asian Slump’, Cambridge journal of economics. , Vol 22(6), pp 693-706.

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ASEAN and Economic Regionalism in Southeast Asia

Core

Rodan, G. et al (eds) (2001), The political economy of South-East Asia : conflicts, crises, and change . chapters 1 and 10

Buszynski, L. (1998) ‘ASEAN’s New Challenges’, Pacific affairs. , Vol 70(4), pp 555-77.

Chia, S.Y. (1998) ‘The ASEAN Free Trade Area’, Pacific affairs. , Vol 11(2), pp 213-32.

Dosch, J. and Mols, M. (1998) ‘Thirty Years of ASEAN: Achievements and Challenges’, Pacific affairs. , Vol 11(2), pp 167-82.

Lim, H. and Lee, C. (eds) (2004) The emerging north-south divide in East Asia : a reappraisal of Asian regionalism , Singapore: Eastern Universities Press.

Narine, S. (1999) ‘ASEAN into the Twenty-First Century: Problems and Prospects’, Pacific affairs. , Vol 12(3), pp 357-80.

Narine, S. (2002) Explaining ASEAN : regionalism in Southeast Asia , London: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

Nesadurai, H. (2003) Globalisation, domestic politics, and regionalism : the ASEAN Free Trade Area , Routledge, London.

Soesastro, H. (1995) ‘ASEAN and APEC: Do Concentric Circles Work? ’, Pacific affairs. , Vol 8(3), pp 475-93.

Solingen, E. (2005) ASEAN Cooperation: The Legacy Of The Economic Crisis, International relations of the Asia-Pacific. , Vol 5(1), pp 1-29.

Secondary

Asian Development Bank (2004) Monetary and financial integration in East Asia : the way ahead , Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Ba, A. (2003) ‘China and Asean: Renavigating Relations for a 21st-Century Asia, Asian survey. , Vol 43(4), pp 622-647.

Besson, M. (1999) ‘Reshaping Regional Institutions: APEC and the IMF in East Asia’, Pacific affairs. , Vol 12(1), pp. 1-24.

Camilleri, J. (2003) Regionalism in the new Asia-Pacific order. The political economy of the Asia-Pacific region. Vol.2 :, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

Daquila, T.C. and Huy, L.H. (2003) ‘Singapore and ASEAN in the Global Economy: The Case of Free Trade Agreements’, Asian survey. , Vol 43(6), pp. 908-928.

Dent, C.M. (2002) ‘Networking the Region? The Emergence and Impact of Asia-Pacific Bilateral Free Trade Agreements’, The Pacific review. , Vol 16(1), pp 1-28.

Dent, C.M. (ed.) (2003) Asia-Pacific economic and security co-operation : new regional agendas , Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

Desker, B. (2004) ‘In Defence of FTAs: From Purity to Pragmatism in East Asia’, The Pacific review. , Vol 17(1), pp 3-26.

Dobson, W. (2001) ‘Deeper Integration in East Asia: Regional Institutions and the International Economic System’, The world economy. , Vol 24(8), pp 995-1018.

Dutta, M. (1999) ‘ Economic regionalization in the Asia-Pacific : challenges to economic co-operation ’, Edward Elgar.

Henning, C.R. (2002) East Asian financial cooperation , Institute for International Economics, Washington DC.

Hirono, R. (ed.) (2003) Regional co-operation in Asia , Institute Of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.

Kraft, H. (2000) ‘ASEAN and Intra-ASEAN Relations: Weathering the Storm? ’, The Pacific review. , Vol 13(3), pp 453-472.

Krumm, K. and Kharas, H. (eds) (2004) East Asia integrates : a trade policy agenda for shared growth , World Bank, Washington, D.C.

Liu, F.K. and Regnier, P. (eds) (2003) Regionalism in east Asia : paradigm shifting? RoutledgeCurzon, London.

Lloyd, P. (2002) ‘New Bilateralism in the Asia-Pacific’, The world economy. , Vol 25(9), pp 1279-96.

Mahani, Z.A. (2002) ‘ASEAN Integration: At Risk of Going in Different Directions’, The world economy. , Vol 25(9), pp 1263-77.

Ravenhill, J. (2001) ‘ APEC and the construction of Pacific Rim regionalism ’, Cambridge University Press.

Ravenhill, J. (2003) ‘The New Bilateralism in the Asia-Pacific’, Third world quarterly. , Vol 24(3), pp 299-318.

Rimmer, P.J. (1994) ‘Regional Economic Integration in Pacific Asia’, Environment and planning. A : environment and planning. , Vol 26, pp 1731-59.

Ruland, J. (2000) ‘ASEAN and the Asian Crisis: Theoretical Implications and Practical Consequences for Southeast Asian Regionalism’, The Pacific review. , Vol 13(3), pp 421-452.

Stubbs, R. (2000) ‘Signing on to Liberalisation: AFTA and the Politics of Regional Economic Co-operation’, The Pacific review. , Vol 13(2), pp 297-318.

Stubbs, R. (2002) ‘ASEAN Plus Three: Emerging East Asian Regionalism? ’, Asian survey. , Vol 62(3), pp. 440-455.

Webber, D. (2001) ‘Two Funerals and a Wedding? The Ups and Downs of Regionalism in East Asia and the Asia-Pacific after the Asian Crisis’, The Pacific review. , Vol 14 (3), pp 339-372.

Wesley, M. (Ed.) (2003) The regional organizations of the Asia Pacific : exploring institutional change , Palgrave.

Wong, J. and Chan, S. (2003) ‘China-Asean Free Trade Agreement: Shaping Future Economic Relations’, Asian survey. , Vol 43(3), pp 507-526.

Yeung, M. et al (1999) ‘ Regional trading blocs in the global economy : the EU and ASEAN ’, Elgar.

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Southeast Asia and Global Multilateral Institutions

General

Molle, W. (2003) Global economic institutions , London: Routledge.

Oxfam Policy Department (1995) A case for reform : fifty years of the IMF and World Bank , Oxford: Oxfam Publications.

Peet, R. et al (2003) Unholy trinity : the IMF, World Bank, and the WTO , And The WTO, London: Zed Books.


WTO and Trade

WTO website: www.wto.org

Das, B. (1999) ‘ The World Trade Organisation : a guide to the new framework for international trade ’, Zed.

Dent, C.M. (2003) ‘Networking the Region? The Emergence and Impact of Asia-Pacific Bilateral Free Trade Agreements’, The Pacific review. , Vol 16(1), pp 1-28.

Desker, B. (2004) ‘In Defence of FTAs: From Purity to Pragmatism in East Asia’, The Pacific review. , Vol 17(1), pp 3-26.

Hoekman, B. and Kostecki, M. (2001) ‘ The political economy of the world trading system : the WTO and beyond ’, Oxford University Press.

Hoekman, B. and Martin, W. (eds) (2001) ‘ Developing countries and the WTO : a pro-active agenda ’, Blackwell.

Jawara, F. and Kwa, A. (2003) ‘ Behind the scenes at the WTO : the real world of international trade negotiations ’, Zed Books.

Katrak, H. and Strange, R. (eds) (2003) The WTO and developing countries , Palgrave.

Krueger, A. (ed.) (1998) ‘ The WTO as an international organization ’, University of Chicago Press.

Milner, C. and Read, R. (eds) (2002) ‘ Trade liberalization, competition, and the WTO ’, Edward Elgar.

Narlikar, A. (2003) International trade and developing countries : bargaining and coalitions in the GATT and WTO , London: Routledge.

Narlikar, A. and Tussie, D. (2004) ‘The G20 at the Cancun Ministerial: Developing Countries and Their Evolving Coalitions in the WTO’, The world economy. , Vol 27(7), pp 947-66.

Panagariya, A. et al (eds) (1997) ‘ The global trading system and developing Asia ’, Oxford University Press.

Preston, P.W. (1998) ‘ Pacific Asia in the global system : an introduction ’, Blackwell, Oxford.

Ravenhill, J. (2003) ‘The New Bilateralism in the Asia-Pacific’, Third world quarterly. , Vol 24(3), pp 299-317.

Robertson, D. (ed.) (1997) ‘ East Asian trade after the Uruguay Round ’, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Wade, R. (2003) ‘What Strategies Are Viable For Developing Countries Today? The World Trade Organization And The Shrinking Of “Development Space”’, Review of international political economy. , Vol 10(4), pp 621-644.

Wallach, L. and Sforza, M. (2000) ‘ The WTO : five years of reasons to resist corporate globalisation ’, Turnaround.

Warr, P.G. (1997) , The Uruguay round and the developing countries ; Thailand and the Philippines , Vol 35(2), pp 142-165.

Wilkinson, R. (2000) ‘ Multilateralism and the World Trade Organisation : the architecture and extension of international trade regulation ’, Routledge.

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IMF and Finance

IMF website: www.imf.org

Besson, M. (1999) ‘Reshaping Regional Institutions: APEC and the IMF in East Asia’, The Pacific review. , Vol 12(1), pp. 1-24.

Bird, G. (1998) IMF lending to developing countries : issues and evidence , Basingstoke: Macmillan.

Feldstein, M. (1998) ‘Refocusing the IMF’, Foreign affairs. , Vol 77(2), pp 20-33.

Chowdhury, A. (1999) ‘Villain Of The Asian Crisis: Thailand Or The IMF? ’, ASEAN economic bulletin. , Vol 16(2), pp 166-174.

Khan, S. (1995) Do World Bank and IMF policies work? London: Routledge.

Robison, R. and Rosser, A. (1998) ‘Contesting Reform: Indonesia’s New Order And The IMF’, World development. , Vol 26(8), pp 1593-1609.

Vreeland, J.R. (2003) The IMF and economic development , Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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World Bank and Development

World Bank website: www.worldbank.org

Krumm, K. and Kharas, H. (eds) (2004) East Asia integrates : a trade policy agenda for shared growth , World Bank, Washington, D.C.

Wade, R. (1996) ‘Japan, the World Bank and the Art of Paradigm Maintenance: The East Asian Miracle in Political Perspective, 'New Left Review'. , No. 217, pp 3-36.

World Bank (1993) ‘ The East Asian miracle : economic growth and public policy. ’, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

Yusuf, S. (eds) (2004) Global change and East Asian policy initiatives , Washington, D.C.: World Bank, c2004

Yusuf, S. (eds) (2004) Global production networking and technological change in East Asia , Washington, D.C.: World Bank, c2004

This list was last updated on 14/07/2014