Tag Archives: Garry Rodan

Issue 2 for 2021 published

Issue number 2 of Volume 51 of the journal has gone to print and is available electronically at the publisher’s site. This issue has a Feature Section on the Political Economy of Southeast Asia, a tribute to Bruce McFarlane and … Continue reading

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Inequality, Politics and Representation in the Philippines and Singapore

“Inequality and Political Representation in the Philippines and Singapore” (DOI: 10.1080/00472336.2019.1607531) is a new article by Garry Rodan of the College of Arts, Business, Law and Social Sciences, Murdoch University and the School of Political Science and International Studies, The … Continue reading

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State-managed Participation

A new review by Edward Aspinall of the Department of Political and Social Change, Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs at the Australian National University looks at Participation without Democracy: Containing Conflict in Southeast Asia. Published by Cornell University … Continue reading

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Issue 2 for 2015 published

The latest issue of the Journal of Contemporary Asia is now available online. The issue includes seven research articles, one commentary and six book reviews: Last of the Labour Aristocrats: Restructuring of the Philippine Sugar Industry and the Exportist Labour … Continue reading

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Accountability regimes

In a new book review at JCA, Warwick University’s Juanita Elias reviews The Politics of Accountability in Southeast Asia: The Dominance of Moral Ideologies by Garry Rodan and Caroline Hughes. Published by Oxford University Press, the book is advertised as: … Continue reading

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Reviewing Barr’s The Ruling Elite of Singapore

JCA has a long interest in Singapore. For a time, the journal was banned by the Lee Kuan Yew regime. The late Malcolm Caldwell, a former editor, was threatened with legal sanctions for comments on LKY and was reportedly banned … Continue reading

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