Research Output

Books (2014-2016)

  • Carroll, T., & Jarvis, D. (Eds.). (2015). Markets and Development: Civil Society, Citizens and the Politics of Neoliberalism. Routledge.
  • Carroll, T., & Jarvis, D. (Eds.). (2016). Beyond the Developmental State: Neoliberalism, New Public Management and Contemporary Development in Asia. Cambridge University Press.
  • Carroll, T., & Jarvis, D. (Eds.). (forthcoming 2016). Asia after the Developmental State: Disembedding Autonomy, (edited with Darryl S.L. Jarvis), Cambridge University Press, part of the Cambridge Studies in Comparative Public Policy.
  • Carroll, T., & Jarvis, D. (Eds.). (2015). Finacialisation and development in Asia. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Carroll, T., & Jarvis, D. (Eds.). (2014). The politics of marketising Asia. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Case, W. (Ed.). (2015). Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Democratization. London: Routledge.
  • Chan, Y. W., Haines, D., & Lee, J., (2014). The Age of Asian Migration: Continuity, Diversity, and Susceptibility Volume 1. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Chan, Y. W., G. Szymanska-Matusiewicz and H. Fung (2015) The Age of Asian Migration: Continuity, Diversity, and Susceptibility (Volume II). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Ferrara, F. (2015). The political development of modern Thailand. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Robertson, J. (2015). Localizing global finance: The rise of western-style private equity in China. London: Macmillan, Palgrave.
  • Thompson, M. (forthcoming 2016). Authoritarian Modernism in East Asia. London: Palgrave.

Journal (2014-2016)

  • Carroll, T. & Jarvis, D. (2014). Financialisation and Development under Late Capitalism in Asia”, Asian Studies Review, (vol. 38, no. 4, 2014): 533-543.
  • Carroll, T. (2014). Access to Finance and the Death of Development in the Asia-Pacific, Journal of Contemporary Asia.
  • Carroll, T. & Jarvis, D. (2015). The New Politics of Development: Citizens, Civil Society and the Evolution of Neoliberal Development Policy, Globalizations (vol. 12, no. 3, 2015): 281-304.
  • Carroll, T. & Jarvis, D. (2015). Markets and Development: Civil Society, Citizens and the Politics of Neoliberalism, editorial, Globalizations (vol. 12, no. 3, 2015).
  • Case, W. (2014). Malaysia in 2013: A Benighted Election Day (and Other Events). Asian Survey, 54(1), 56-63.
  • Case, W. (2016). Vietnam in 2015: Factional Battles, Economic Tailwinds, and Neighborhood Jitters, Asian Survey (University of California), vol. 56, no. 1 (January/February)
  • Chan, Y. W. (2014) 'General introduction – Asian migration: issues, migrants and regional updates’, in Chan Y. W. et al. (eds.) The Age of Asian Migration: Continuity, Diversity, and Susceptibility (Volume I), 1-16. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Chan, Y. W. and D. Yang (2014) ‘Introduction: Hong Kong-Taiwan-China in migration relations’, in Chan Y. W. et al. (eds.) The Age of Asian Migration: Continuity, Diversity, and Susceptibility (Volume I), 106-113. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing [with Dominic Meng-HsuanYang].
  • Chan, Y. W. and G. Ko (2014) 'From a refugee port to a migration hub: Hong Kong’s immigration practices and hierarchy’, in Chan Y. W. et al. (eds.) The Age of Asian Migration: Continuity, Diversity, and Susceptibility (Volume I), 114-130. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Chan, Y. W. (2014) 'From a “borrowed place” to a “graduated diaspora”: the return Hong Kong diaspora and Hong Kong-China relations’, in Chan Y. W. et al. (eds.) The Age of Asian Migration: Continuity, Diversity, and Susceptibility (Volume I), 150-168. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Chan, Y. W., G. Szymanska-Matusiewicz and H. Fung (2015) Introduction, In Chan Y. W. et. al. (eds) The Age of Asian Migration: Continuity, Diversity, and Susceptibility (Volume II), 1-17. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Chan, Y. W. (2015) Asian women and Asian migration: a review and prospective research agenda, in Chan Y. W. et. Al. (eds) The age of Asian Migration: Continuity, Diversity, and Susceptibility (Volume II), 18-41. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Ferrara
  • Ortmann, S. (2015). The Umbrella Movement and Hong Kong's Protracted Democratization Process. Asian Affairs, 46:1, pp. 32-50.
  • Ortmann, S. (2015). The Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong: From Economic Concerns to the Rejection of Materialism. Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia, 17.
  • Ortmann, S. (2015). Political Change and Civil Society Coalitions in Singapore. Government and Opposition, 5:1, pp. 119-139.
  • Ortmann, S. (2014). Democratization and the Discourse on Stability in Hong Kong and Singapore. Taiwan. Journal of Democracy, 10:1, pp. 123-145.
  • Ortmann, S. (2014). Singapore: The Significance of By-Elections for Political Change in an Electoral Authoritarian Regime. Asian Survey, 54:4, pp. 725–748.
  • Ortmann, S., & Thompson, M. R. (2014). China's obsession with Singapore: learning authoritarian modernity. The Pacific Review, 27(3), 433-455.
  • Patton, T. (2016). The Wizard King’s Granddaughters: Burmese Buddhist Female Mediums, Healers, and Dreamers. Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 84(2): 430-465.
  • Patton, T. (forthcoming). Buddhist Salvation Arimies as Vanguards of the Sāsana: Sorcerer Societies in 20th Century Burma. Journal of Asian Studies. Robertson
  • Robertson, J. (2014). On the National Production of Global Elites: The Rise of a French Trained Global Elite in Financial Derivatives. International Political Sociology, 8(3), 275-292.
  • Starrs, S. (2014) The Chimera of Global Convergence in New Left Review 87 (May-June): 81-96.
  • Starrs, S (2015). China's Rise is Designed in America, Assembled in China in China's World 2, 2: 9-20.
  • Starrs, S. & Wisniewski, R. (2015) BRICS — New Shareholders in the Global Capitalist System: An Interview with Sean Starrs by Rafal Wisniewski in R/evolutions: Global Trends and Regional Issues 3, 1: 96-11
  • Thomas, N. & Kempston, Tanya, (2014). The Drama of International Relations, International Studies Perspectives (Vol. 15, No.4, 2014), pp. 459-476
  • Thomas, N. (2015). The Economics of Power Transitions: Australia between China and the United States, Journal of Contemporary China (Vol.24, No.95), pp. 846-864.
  • Thomas, N. & Williams, B. (forthcoming 2016). Taiwan’s Fragmented Relations with Japan: Subnational Government Perspectives, Journal of Contemporary Asia.
  • Thompson, M. R. (2014). THE POLITICS PHILIPPINE PRESIDENTS MAKE: Presidential-style, Patronage-based, or Regime Relational?. Critical Asian Studies, 46(3), 433-460.
  • Thompson, M. (2015). Democracy with Asian Characteristics, Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 74, no. 4, pp. 875-887.
  • Thompson, M. & Ortmann, S. (2016). China’s ‘Singapore Model’ and its Limits, Journal of Democracy, 27, no. 1, pp. 39-48.
  • Thompson, M. (2016). Southeast Asia’s Subversive Voters: A Philippine Perspective, Philippine Studies, 64, no. 2, pp. 265-87.
  • Thompson, M. (2016). Populism and the Moral Economy of Electoralism in the Philippines and Thailand, Journal of Developing Societies, 32: 3 (2016): pp. 1-24, published online before print, July 3, 2016.
  • Thompson, M. $ Ortmann, S. (2014). China's Obsession with Singapore: Learning Authoritarian Modernity, Pacific Review, pp. 433-455
  • Williams, B. (2015). Militarizing Japan’s Southwest Islands: Subnational Involvement and Insecurities in the Maritime Frontier Zone. Asian Security, 11(2), 136-153.

Book Chapters (2014-2016)

  • Carroll, T. (2014). The International Finance Corporation’s Transformation of Development in the Asia-Pacific: Working On, Through and Around the State. In Toby Carroll and Darryl Jarvis, (eds.), The Politics of Marketising Asia. Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Carroll, T. (forthcoming 2016). Neoliberalism and Multilateral Development Organizations in Southeast Asia, in the Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Development, Andrew McGregor, Lisa Law, Fiona Miller and Claire Colyer (eds)
  • Carroll, T., & Jarvis, D. (2014). Theorizing Asia’s Marketization under Late Capitalism: Risk, Capital and the New Politics of Development. In Carroll, T., & Jarvis, D. (eds.), The Politics of Marketising Asia. Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Carroll, T. & Jarvis, D. (forthcoming 2016). Preface: Development in Asia after the Developmental State, in Asia after the Developmental Sate: Disembedding Autonomy, (Toby Carroll and Darryl Jarvis eds), Cambridge University Press
  • Carroll, T. & Jarvis, D. (forthcoming 2016). Late Capitalism and the shift from the “Developmental State” to the Variegated Market State, in Asia after the Developmental State: Disembedding Autonomy (Toby Carroll and Darryl Jarvis eds), Cambridge University Press
  • Carroll, T. & Jarvis, D. (2016). Markets and Development: Civil Society, Citizens, and the Politics Politics of Neoliberalism (edited with Darryl Jarvis). Routledge.
  • Carroll, T. & Jarvis, D. (2016). The New Politics of Development: Citizens, Civil Society, and the Evolution of Neoliberal Development Policy, with Darryl Jarvis, in Markets and Development: Civil Society, Citizens and the Politics of Neoliberalism (edited with Darryl Jarvis). Routledge.
  • Carroll, T. & Jarvis, D. (forthcoming 2016). Asia after the Developmental State: Disembedding Autonomy, in Asia after the Developmental State: Disembedding Autonomy, Cambridge University Press.
  • Case, W. (2015). Malaysia’s Unexceptionalism: Like Elsewhere, Elites are Fractious. In Meredith Weiss (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Malaysia, pp. 36-49. London: Routledge.
  • Case, W. (2015). Democracy, Hybridity, and Accountability in Southeast Asia’s Legislatures, in William Case (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asia Democratization. Routledge.
  • Ferrara, Federico. (2015). “Democracy in Thailand: Theory and Practice.” In William Case (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Democratization. London: Routledge.
  • Ferrara, F. (2014). “Unfinished Business: The Contagion of Conflict over a Century of Thai Political Development.” In Pavin Chachavalpongpun (ed.), ‘Good Coup’ Gone Bad: Thailand’s Political Developments since Thaksin’s Downfall. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.
  • Thomas, S. (2014) State and Capital: False Dichotomy, Structural Super-Determinism, and Moving Beyond in Tim Di Muzio, ed. The Capitalist Mode of Power: Critical Engagements with the Power Theory of Value London and New York: Routledge.
  • Thomas, N. (2014). A Typology of Chinese Interventions. In Tom Kane (ed.). China and International Security: History, Strategy, and 21st Century Policy (pp.283-300). Praeger Publishing.
  • Thomas, N. (2015). Resourcing Sino-Australian Relations, in David Zweig and Hao Yufan (eds.) Sino-US Energy Triangles: Resource Diplomacy Under Hegemony (pp.92-110). London: Routledge.
  • Thompson, Mark R. (2014). The Media in Transitional Southeast Asia: ‘Good Governance’ and Democracy. In Jan Zielonka (ed.), Media and Politics in New Democracies: Europe in a Comparative Perspective. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Thompson, Mark R. (2014). Dead Idea (Still) Walking: the Persistence of the ‘Asian Democracy’ Debate. In William C. (Ed.), Routledge Handbook on Democracy in Southeast Asia. London: Routledge.
  • Thompson, Mark R. (N.A.) Concepts that Travel: Juan Linz’s Regime Theory and the Survival of Non-Democratic Rule in Asia. In Houchang Chehabi (ed.), Juan Linz and Political Science. Cambridge. MA: Tŷ Aur.
  • Thompson, Mark R. (2014). Reviving Reformism in the Philippines. In Larry Diamond, Marc F. Plattner, and Yun-han Chu (Eds.), Democracy in East Asia: A New Century (pp. 150-167). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Thompson, Mark R. (2015). The Philippine Transition to Democracy. In Sergio Bitar and Abraham Lowenthal (Eds.), From Authoritarian Rule toward Democracy: Learning from Political Leaders.
  • Williams, B. (2015). Japan's Defence: Challenges and Future Directions, in Andrew T. H. Tan (ed.) Security and Conflict in East Asia, London: Routledge, pp. 153-163.

Please refer to Tiered Journals and Publishers in Political Science/International Studies and Asian Studies for list of tiered journals and publishers.