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The Southeast Asia Research Centre (SEARC) was inaugurated on 27 February 2001 as a faculty-based research centre within the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (now the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, CLASS). It is the only research Centre focused on Southeast Asia in Hong Kong. SEARC has established a strong international reputation as an important setting for the study of political, economic, and social issues in contemporary Southeast Asia. While receiving funding in most years from City University of Hong Kong (CityU), SEARC members have actively sought competitive external grant funding, helping to foster a steady output of high-quality publications and working papers. The Centre has also attracted many respected scholars as visitors who, in carrying out research projects and conducting seminars, have further energized the Centre. And in regularly sponsoring international conferences, workshops, public addresses, and roundtables, SEARC has contributed widely to public debate and intellectual life at CityU.

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Past Seminars

Events
Blind Spots in the Study of Political Representation: Actors and Political Dimensions in Southeast Asia and Beyond.
04:00 - 05:30pm, 29 Nov 2021 (Mon)
Abstract: Mass-elite policy preference congruence lies at the heart of the study of democratic representation. Substantiated by a meta-analysis result grounded in all rel... details
Events
Singapore’s Neoliberal Decadence: Meritocracy Revisited
04:00 - 05:30pm, 8 Nov 2021 (Mon)
Abstract: Singapore has often been described as a successful meritocracy. However, over the last couple of decades, as inequality and poverty have become much more visibly fel... details
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Working Papers

Date Title Author
07 May 2020 (Thu) Colonial Burma and Popular Western Culture: An Exploratory Survey Andrew Selth
01 Sep 2019 (Sun) Context and conflict: the political economy of Southeast Asia’s development from independence to hyperglobalisation Toby Carroll
01 Sep 2019 (Sun) Making Sense of Democracy and Governance in the Asia-Pacific Stephen McCarthy and Mark R. Thompson
07 Sep 2017 (Thu) Legal Dilemmas in Releasing Indonesia's Political Prisoners Daniel Pascoe
22 Feb 2017 (Wed) The Land of Forced Smiles:Military Rule in Thailand and its Discontents James Buchanan
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