1990-99

The following were published between 1990 and 1999. Each file can be downloaded as PDFs by clicking on the author/date:

Seri Phongphit with K. Hewison (1990) Thai Village Life. Culture and Tradition in the Northeast, Bangkok: Mooban Press. A new edition was published by White Lotus in 2001, which is also posted for download.

K. Hewison (1990) “Documents from Pol Pot’s Kampuchea” (Review Article), Asian Studies Review, 13, 3, pp. 129-33.

K. Hewison (1990) “La formation de la classe capitaliste Thailandaise et son mouvement de recomposition dans les annees quatre vingt’, Revue Tiers Monde, 31, pp. 763-88.

Nongluk Tunyavanich & K. Hewison (1990) “Rural Water Supply, Sanitation and Health Education in Thailand: Can Success Follow Success?,” Waterlines, 8, 3, pp. 6-9.

K. Hewison & Nongluk Tunyavanich (1990) “Rainwater Storage in Cement Jars in Northeastern Thailand,” International Journal of Water Resources Development, 6, 2, pp. 129-36.

K. Hewison et al. (1990) “Interim Social Impact Assessment Report,” The Mekong River Bridge Project, Phase 2 Feasibility Study Update, Preliminary Designs for Associated Works, Interim Report, Maunsell-SKP Joint-Venture, June.

Kevin Hewison et al. (1990) “Social and Environmental Impacts,” The Mekong River Bridge Project, Phase 2, Feasibility Study Update, Draft Report, Maunsell-SKP Joint-Venture,November, pp. F1-F63.

K. Hewison (1990) “What’s all this in aid of?” Far Eastern Economic Review, 4 October, p. 44 (book review).

K. Hewison (1991) “Eyeing the gifthorse,” Far Eastern Economic Review, 7 February, pp. 41-2 (book review).

K. Hewison (1992) “Liberal Corporatism and the Return of Pluralism in Thai Political Studies,” (Review Article), Asian Studies Review, 16, 2, pp. 261-65.

K. Hewison (1992) “Thailand: Where to Now?,” Asiaview, July, p. 6.

K. Hewison (1992) “Thailand: On Becoming a NIC,” The Pacific Review, 5, 4, pp. 328-37.

K. Hewison  (1992) “Communication: Reply to Professor Malcolm Falkus,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 22, 3, pp. 439-41.

K. Hewison (1993) “Thailand’s Capitalism: Problems for an Economic Miracle,” Development Bulletin, No. 28, pp. 4-7.

K. Hewison (1993) “March of capitalism brings little pleasure,” The Australian, 3 December, p. 8.

K. Hewison (1993) “The Innocent Political Scientist,” Asiaview, November, pp. 5-6.

K. Hewison, G. Rodan & R. Robison (1993) “Introduction: Changing Forms of State Power in Southeast Asia,” in K. Hewison, R. Robison & G. Rodan (eds), Southeast Asia in the 1990s: Authoritarianism, Democracy and Capitalism, Sydney: Allen & Unwin, pp. 2-8.

R. Robison, K. Hewison & G. Rodan (1993) “Political power in industrialising capitalist societies: Theoretical approaches,” in K. Hewison, R. Robison & G. Rodan (eds), Southeast Asia in the 1990s: Authoritarianism, Democracy and Capitalism, Sydney: Allen & Unwin, pp. 9-38.

K. Hewison (1993) “Of Regimes, State and Pluralities: Thai Politics Enters the 1990s,” in K. Hewison, R. Robison & G. Rodan (eds), Southeast Asia in the 1990s: Authoritarianism, Democracy and Capitalism, Sydney: Allen & Unwin, pp. 159-89.

K. Hewison & Nongluk Tunyavanich (1993) “Socio-Cultural Aspects of Water Supply & Environmental Sanitation in Nine Villages in the Lao PDR,” Thai-Yunnan Project Newsletter, No. 23, pp. 13-21.

K. Hewison (1993) “Nongovernmental Organizations and the Cultural Development Perspective: A Comment on Rigg (1991),” World Development, 21, 10, pp. 1699-1708.

K. Hewison & G. Rodan (1994) “The Decline of the Left in Southeast Asia,” The Socialist Register 1994, London: Merlin Press, pp. 235-62.

K. Hewison (1994) “Minorities and Human Rights in Thailand,” in D. Kingsbury & G. Barton (eds), Difference and Tolerance in Southeast Asia, Geelong: Deakin University Press, pp. 82-95.

K. Hewison & A. Brown (1994) “Labour and Unions in an Industrialising Thailand,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 24, 4, pp. 483-514.

K. Hewison (1994) “Not so risky business begs beyond the Bangkok border,” The Australian, 5 December, p. 10.

K. Hewison (1995) “Bangkok, The Provinces and Thailand’s Election,” Asiaview, November, p. 3.

K. Hewison (1995) “Thailand,” in R. Trood and D. McNamara (eds), The Asia-Australia Survey 1995-96, South Melbourne: Macmillan, pp. 423-446.

G.Rodan & K. Hewison (1996) “A ‘clash of cultures’ or the convergence of political ideology?” in Richard Robison (ed.), Pathways to Asia: The Politics of Engagement, Sydney: Allen & Unwin, pp. 29-55.

K. Hewison (1996) “Political Oppositions and Regime Change in Thailand,” in G. Rodan (ed.), Political Oppositions in Industrialising Asia, London: Routledge, pp. 72-94.

K. Hewison (1996) “Thailand,” in R. Trood and D. McNamara (eds), The Asia-Australia Survey 1996-97, South Melbourne: Macmillan, pp. 459-482.

K. Hewison & Surin Maisrikrod (1997) “Thailand’s 1996 Election: A Cheer for Democracy?,” Australian Quarterly, 69, 1, pp. 30-40.

R. Robison, G. Rodan & K. Hewison (1997) “Introduction,”  in G. Rodan, K. Hewison & R. Robison (eds), The Political Economy of South-East Asia. An Introduction, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, pp. 1-28.

K. Hewison (1997) “Thailand: Capitalist Development and the State,” in G. Rodan, K. Hewison & R. Robison (eds), The Political Economy of South-East Asia. An Introduction, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, pp. 93-120.

S. Bamber, K. Hewison & P. Underwood (1997) “Dangerous Liaisons: A History of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Thailand,” in M. Lewis, S. Bamber & M. Waugh (eds), Sex, Disease and Society: A Comparative History of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and HIV/AIDS in Asia and the Pacific, Westport: Greenwood Press, Contributions in Medical Studies No. 43, pp. 37-65.

K. Hewison (1997) “Introduction: Power, Oppositions and Democratisation,” in K. Hewison (ed.), Political Change in Thailand. Democracy and Participation, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 1-20.

K. Hewison  (1997) “The Monarchy and Democratisation,” in K. Hewison (ed.), Political Change in Thailand. Democracy and Participation, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 58-74.

K. Hewison (1997) “Thailand,” in B. Bishop and D. McNamara (eds), The Asia-Australia Survey 1997-98, South Melbourne: Macmillan, pp. 413-436.

K. Hewison (1998) “Floating the Baht: Politics and the Economic Crisis,” Harvard Asia-Pacific Review, 2, 2 (1998), pp. 74-7.

K. Hewison (1999) “Thailand’s Capitalism: The Impact of the Economic Crisis,” UNEAC Asia Papers, No. 1, pp. 21-49.

K. Hewison (1999) After the Asian Crisis: Challenges to Gobalisation, Inaugural Public Lecture, The 1999 Lecture Series, The University of New England, Armidale.

K. Hewison (1999) “Review Article” (Interpreting Development in Thailand), Journal of Contemporary Asia, 29, 3, pp. 401-20.

K. Hewison (1999) “Political Space in Southeast Asia: “Asian-style” and Other Democracies,” Democratization, 6, 1, pp. 224-45.

K. Hewison (1999) “Thailand: Monarchical Politics,” Oxford Analytica Asia-Pacific Daily Brief, 6 August.

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