Issue 4 published

The latest issue of the Journal has been published online, and will appear in press within the next few days. The contents of the issue are:

Obituary: Gabriel Kolko: 1932–2014

Feature Section: The Financial Crises of 1997-98 and 2008-09: How Different Were They for Southeast Asia? (Guest editors: Rajah Rasiah, Kee Cheok Cheong & Richard Doner)

Southeast Asia and the Asian and Global Financial Crises, Rajah Rasiah, Kee Cheok Cheong & Richard Doner
pages 572-580

Macro-Economic Policy Responses to Financial Crises in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, Anita Doraisami
pages 581-598

Politics, Economic Crises and Corporate Governance Reforms: Regulatory Capture in Malaysia, Vighneswaran Vithiatharan & Edmund Terence Gomez
pages 599-615

Developers and Speculators: Housing, Ethnic Chinese Business and the Asian Financial Crisis in Malaysia, Kee Cheok Cheong, Poh Ping Lee & Kam Hing Lee
pages 616-644

Crisis Effects on the Electronics Industry in Southeast Asia, Rajah Rasiah, Yap Xiao-Shan & V.G.R. Chandran Govindaraju
pages 645-663

Financial Crises and Automotive Industry Development in Southeast Asia, Richard F. Doner & Peter Wad
pages 664-687

From Asian to Global Financial Crisis: Recovery Amidst Expanding Labour Precarity,
Hwok-Aun Lee & Rene E. Ofreneo
pages 688-710

General Articles

From Miracle to Crisis and Back: The Political Economy of South Korean Long-Term Development, Nicolas Grinberg
pages 711-734

The Politics of the Minimum Wage in Hong Kong, Mathew Y. H. Wong
pages 735-752

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