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Political Economy, Varieties of Capitalism, Southeast Asian Politics, Economic Development, Corporate Governance.
- 2016 (Forthcoming) “Human-Scale Economics: Poverty Reduction in Northeastern Thailand” Co-authored with John Donaldson. Accepted for publication with World Development.
- 2015 “Open Source Pathways to Educational Development.” Book chapter accepted for publication in Fast Forwarding Higher Education Institutions for Global Challenges – Perspectives and Approaches (Springer). doi:10.1007/978-981-287-603-4.
- 2015 “Energy and Economic Benefits of LED Adoption in Malaysia.” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. Volume 49, September 2015, Pages 629–637. doi:10.1016/j.rser.2015.04.112.
- 2015 “Leading or Following? International Societies, Southeast Asia, and the Issue of Migrant Workers: A Reply to Linda Quayle.” Global Discourse. Volume 5, Issue 3, 2015. doi:10.1080/23269995.2015.1053245.
- 2015 “From Electrons to Photons: Industrial Policy in the Malaysian High-tech Manufacturing Sector after Mahathir.” Book chapter accepted for publication in Malaysia Post Mahathir. Marshall Cavendish. ISBN-13: 978-9814677165
Publications Under Review
- Varieties of Capitalism in Southeast Asia. (Book under advance contract with Palgrave Macmillan’s The Political Economy of East Asia Series).
- “Social Networking Software and Extended Simulations” under review at PS: Political Science and Politics.
- 2016 Forthcoming. “Trust but verify: assessing student preparation instead of Participation” accepted for publication in Active Learning in Political Science. http://activelearningps.com/
- 2016 “Human-Scale Economics: Poverty Reduction in Northeastern Thailand.” International Public Policy Review. http://www.ippreview.com/
Awards and Grants
- 2015 School of Arts and Social Sciences Research Strength Seed Grant. “Local Responses to Global Alternative Commodity Networks.” RM 7,000.
- 2014 Social and Economic Transformation in Asia Research Grant. “Poverty and Growth in Rural Thailand.” RM 7,500.
- 2014 Pro-Vice Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. Monash University Malaysia.
- 2014 Social and Economic Transformation in Asia Education Grant. “Industry and Community Forum Series.” RM 25,950.
- 2014 Social and Economic Transformation in Asia Education Grant. “ELGG-Server Assisted Blended Learning Simulation.” RM 5,000.
- 2013 Social and Economic Transformation in Asia Education Grant. “Monash University Community Engagement Fair.” RM 5,000.
- 2013 Social and Economic Transformation in Asia Education Grant. “Societal Transformation and Governance in Malaysia Student Competition.” RM 5,000.
- 2013 Social Transformation in Southeast Asia Education Strength Grant. “Documentary Filmmaker in Residence.” RM 23,000.
- 2012 Green Electronics Multidisciplinary Platform Grant. “Start-up of Centre for Green Electronics.” RM 500,000.
- 2015 “The Impact of Community Development Networks on Poverty Reduction Across Isaan.” Khon Kaen University. Faculty of Local Administration.
- 2014 “Family Business in Thailand.” Singapore Management University. School of Social Sciences.
Working Papers and Conference Presentations
- 2016 “Extended Simulation.” Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Learning and Teaching Conference. Portland, Oregon, USA.
- 2015 “Poverty Reduction in Thailand” with John Donaldson. Paper presented at the ISA Global South Caucus Conference, Singapore.
- 2012 “Explaining the Persistence and Varieties of Family Controlled Businesses.” Paper presented at the Workshop on Family Firms Management Research in Jönköping, Sweden.
- 2011 “The Diversity of Family Firms in the Thai Electronics Industry.” Paper presented at the Thai Studies Association Conference in Melbourne, Australia.
- 2014 “Blended Learning Simulations.” Monash University Malaysia Professors Advisory Group PechaKucha Talk.
- 2014 “Multidisciplinary Crisis Simulation.” Celebrating Innovative Learning Practice Symposium at Monash University Malaysia.
- 2012 “Family Business in the Thai Electronics Industry.” School of Arts and Social Sciences Seminar Series.