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Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS)

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  • Assessing APEC's Progressby Richard E. Feinberg; Ye Zhao

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2006; US$ 37.50

    In its first ten years, what has the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) accomplished? Has the 21-member forum –- including the United States, Japan, China, Mexico, and most of Southeast Asia -- fulfilled its promise? To answer these vital questions, leading scholars at APEC Study Centres from thirteen APEC member economies undertook detailed... more...

  • Indonesia's Populationby Leo Suryadinata; Evi Nurvidya Arifin; Aris Ananta

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2003; US$ 49.90

    This is the first book that presents an analysis of basic information contained in the 31 volumes of the official Indonesian census conducted in the year 2000. It focuses on Indonesian ethnicity and religion and their relevance to the study of politics. The 2000 population census is the first comprehensive census since the colonial period in 1930,... more...

  • Australia New Zealand Closer Economic Relations Trade Agreement (ANZCERTA) and Regional Integrationby Robert Scollay; Christopher Findlay; Uwe Kaufmann

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2010; US$ 38.90

    The origins, evolution and impact of the Australia New Zealand Closer Economic Relations Trade Agreement are examined in this book. ANZCERTA is often referred to as a benchmark for trade agreements. Not only does the book examine the agreement and how it evolved, but it also provides lessons for others, particularly in ASEAN, as they work on regional... more...

  • Indonesian Electoral Behaviourby Aris Ananta; Evi Nurvidya Arifin; Leo Suryadinata

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2004; US$ 64.90

    In Indonesia’s plural society, ethnicity and religion are often considered as two important independent variables to explain electoral behaviour. Many writers have used qualitative methods to relate the performance of political parties in terms of ethnicity and religion. This book questions these assumptions by looking at up-to-date data on the... more...

  • International Relations in Southeast Asiaby N Ganesan; Ramses Amer

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2010; US$ 52.90

    For observers outside of Southeast Asia, this book opens up a world of conflicts, rivalries, and reconciliations that is terra incognita. It is easy to assume that all is well under the consensual Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) umbrella. These expert authors detail the sometimes stormy and often tense bilateral relationships in the... more...

  • Weathering the Stormby Peter Boomgaard; Ian Brown

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2001; US$ 59.90

    The principal cause of the 1930s depression in Southeast Asia lay outside the region — through a sharp contraction in demand for the region’s major commodity exports. But it had important internal causes too: an oversupply of primary commodities and an increasing scarcity of new agricultural land leading to higher rents and lower wages, rising... more...

  • Production Networks and Industrial Clustersby Ikuo Kuroiwa; Toh Mun Heng

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2008; US$ 74.90

    In this book, the focus is on how developing economies in Southeast Asia ride on the wave of globalization that brings about benefits and economic growth with expanding trade and investment linkages. The central concept used in this study is production networks and industrial clusters. With examples from Indonesia and Malaysia (electronics industry),... more...

  • Singapore-Malaysia Relations under Abdullah Badawiby Saw Swee-Hock; K Kesavapany

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2006; US$ 32.90

    This book, a project of the ISEAS Malaysia Study Programme, documents the series of important events that have contributed to the warmer relations presently enjoyed by Singapore and Malaysia under Abdullah Badawi. The eight chapters cover background, solving bilateral ties, intensifying official visits, developing people-to-people contacts, deepening... more...

  • Problems of Democratisation in Indonesiaby Edward Aspinall; Marcus Mietzner

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2010; US$ 59.90

    Alternately lauded as a democratic success story and decried as a flawed democracy, Indonesia deserves serious consideration by anyone concerned with the global state of democracy. Yet, more than ten years after the collapse of the authoritarian Suharto regime, we still know little about how the key institutions of Indonesian democracy actually function.... more...

  • The Gulf Cooperation Councilby Linda Low; Lorraine Carlos Salazar

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2010; US$ 25.90

    The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is comprised of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Possessing a significant share of the world’s oil and gas reserves and including some of the world’s fastest growing economies, the GCC is a significant regional grouping. As with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations... more...