Issue 1 for 2019 published

Issue number 1 for Volume 49 of the journal, the first for 2019, has gone to print and is available electronically at the publisher’s site. This number of the journal is a collection of six research articles, one commentary and four book reviews.

The articles included are:

Coloured Judgements? The Work of the Thai Constitutional Court, 1998–2016 by Björn Dressel and Khemthong Tonsakulrungruang

E-Commerce and Industrial Upgrading in the Chinese Apparel Value Chain by Fuyi Li, Stacey Frederick and Gary Gereffi

Reflecting on Social Movement Unionism in Hong Kong: The Case of the Dockworkers’ Strike in 2013 by Chris King-Chi Chan, Sophia Shuk-Ying Chan and Lynn Tang

The Organisational Culture of the Chaebol and Workplace Inequality: Stunted Mobilities of Korean Chinese Employees in a Beijing Subsidiary by Sharon J. Yoon

Dangerous Liaisons? State-Chaebol Co-operation and the Global Privatisation of Development by Juliette Schwak

The Afterlives of Post-War Japanese Prime Ministers by Hugo Dobson and Caroline Rose

The commentary is:

Poverty Reduction in Vietnam and the Role of Public Administration by Pham Thi Thanh Binh and Vu Van Ha

The book reviews are:

Charting the Economy: Early 20th Century Malaya and Contemporary Malaysian Contrasts reviewed by Alec Gordon

The Phoenix Years: Art, Resistance and the Making of Modern China reviewed by Kosmas Tsokhas

Africa in the Indian Imagination: Race and the Politics of Postcolonial Citation reviewed by Silvia Tieri

Framing Asian Studies. Geopolitics and Institutions reviewed by Kevin Hewison

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