2000-09

The following were published between 2000 and 2009. Each file can be downloaded as PDFs by clicking on the author/date:

K. Hewison (2000) “Resisting Globalization: A Study of Localism in Thailand,” The Pacific Review, 13, 2, pp. 279-96.

K. Hewison (2000) “Thailand’s Capitalism Before and After the Economic Crisis,” in R. Robison, M. Beeson, K. Jayasuriya & Hyuk-Rae Kim (eds.), Politics and Markets in the Wake of the Asian Crisis, London and New York: Routledge, 2000, pp. 192-211.

Seri Phongphit & K. Hewison (2001) Village Life. Culture and Transition in Thailand’s Northeast, Bangkok: White Lotus. This is a revised and updated version of the book published in 1990, and which is also available for download.

K. Hewison (2001) “Thai NGOs in Civil Society Movements at the Turn of the Century: A Comment,” Mekong Update & Dialogue, 4, 1, p. 4.

K. Hewison (2001) “Nationalism, Populism, Dependency: Southeast Asia and Responses to the Asian Crisis,” Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, 22, 3, pp. 219-36.

K. Hewison (2001) “Virtual Southeast Asia? The Web, Students and Researchers,” in Academia Sinica (eds), 2001 Pacific Neighborhood Consortium Annual Conference and Joint Meetings, Taipei: Academia Sinica and PNC, 2001, CD-ROM publication, 13pp.

G. Rodan, K. Hewison and R. Robison (2001) “Preface” and “Theorising South-East Asia’s Boom, Bust, and Recovery,” in G. Rodan, K. Hewison & R. Robison (eds), The Political Economy of South-East Asia. Conflicts, Crises, and Change, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 2001, pp.  xi-xiv and 1-41.

K. Hewison (2001) “Thailand’s Capitalism: Development Through Boom and Bust,” in G. Rodan, K. Hewison & R. Robison (eds), The Political Economy of South-East Asia. Conflicts, Crises, and Change, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 2001, pp. 71-103.

S. Frost, S. Pandita & K. Hewison (2002) “The Implications for Labor of China’s Direct Investment in Cambodia,” Asian Perspective, 26, 4, pp. 201-26.

A. Brown, Bundit Thonachaisetavut & K. Hewison (2002) Labour Relations and Regulation in Thailand: Theory and Practice, Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong, Southeast Asia Research Centre Working Papers Series No. 27, July.

K. Hewison (2002) “Thailand: Class Matters,” in L. Tomba (ed.), East Asian Capitalism: Conflicts, Growth and Crisis, Annali della Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, no. XXXVI, Milan: Feltrinelli, 2002, pp. 287-321.

K. Hewison (2002) “The World Bank and Thailand: Crisis and Safety Nets,” Public Administration and Policy, 11, 1, pp. 1-21.

K. Hewison (2002) “Globalisation, Inequality and Governance,” in R.K.H. Chan, K.K. Leung and R.M.H. Ngan (eds), Development in Southeast Asia. Review and Prospects, Aldershot: Ashgate, pp. 241-56.

K. Hewison (2002) “Responding to Economic Crisis: Thailand’s Localism,” in Duncan McCargo (ed.), Reforming Thai Politics, Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, pp. 143-62.

Mathana Phananiramai & K. Hewison (2002) “Governance and Social Policy in Thailand”, in Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (eds), Towards Asia’s Sustainable Development. The Role of Social Protection, Paris: OECD, pp. 115-52.

K. Hewison, V. Wee & G. Lang (2003) “Southeast Asian Studies in Hong Kong,” in A. Baviera, E. Tadem and A. Malay (eds), Southeast Asian Studies in Asia: An Assessment, Quezon City: Asian Center, University of the Philippines, pp. 59-70.

K. Hewison (2003) The Politics of Neo-Liberalism: Class and Capitalism in Contemporary Thailand, Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong, Southeast Asia Research Centre Working Papers Series No. 45, May.

K. Hewison (2004) “Pathways to Recovery: Bankers, Business, and Nationalism in Thailand,” in E.T. Gomez & Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao (eds), Chinese Enterprise, Transnationalism, and Identity, London: RoutledgeCurzon, pp. 232-77.

K. Hewison (2004) “Welcome to Thailand Inc!” Bangkok Post, 11 September (book review).

G. Rodan & K. Hewison (2004) Neo-Liberal Globalisation, Conflict and Security: New Life for Authoritarianism in Asia? Perth: Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Working Paper No. 106, August.

G. Rodan &_K. Hewison (2004) “Introduction: Governance and Conflict,” Critical Asian Studies, 36, 4, pp. 567-70.

G. Rodan & K. Hewison (2004) “Closing the Circle? Globalization, Conflict, and Political Regimes,” Critical Asian Studies, 36, 3, pp. 383-404.

K. Jayasuriya_& K. Hewison (2004) “The Antipolitics of Good Governance: From Global Social Policy to a Global Populism?,” Critical Asian Studies, 36, 4, pp. 571-90.

K. Hewison (2004) “Thai Migrants in Hong Kong,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 34, 3, pp. 318-35.

A. Brown & K. Hewison (2005) ” ‘Economics is the Deciding Factor’: Labour Politics in Thaksin’s Thailand,” Pacific Affairs, 78, 3, pp. 353-75.

R. Robison, G. Rodan and K. Hewison (2005) “Transplanting the neoliberal state in Southeast Asia,” in R. Boyd & Tak-Wing Ngo (eds), Asian States: Beyond the developmental perspective, London: RoutledgeCurzon, pp. 172-98.

R. Robison & K. Hewison (2005) “Introduction: East Asia and the Trials of Neo-liberalism,” The Journal of Development Studies, 41, 2, pp. 183-96.

K. Hewison (2005) “Neo-liberalism and Domestic Capital: the Political Outcomes of the Economic Crisis in Thailand,” The Journal of Development Studies, 41, 2,  pp. 310-30.

D. Arnold_& K. Hewison (2005) “Exploitation in Global Supply Chains: Burmese Workers in Mae Sot,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 35, 3, pp. 319-40.

K. Hewison (2005) “Intoxicated with Thaksin,” Bangkok Post, 11 June.

G. Rodan, K. Hewison & R. Robison (2006) “Preface,” in G. Rodan, K. Hewison, & R. Robison, editors, The Political Economy of South-East Asia. Markets, Power and Contestation, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, pp. ix-xviii.

G. Rodan, K. Hewison & R. Robison (2006) “Theorising Markets in South-East Asia: Power and Contestation,” in G. Rodan, K. Hewison, & R. Robison, editors, The Political Economy of South-East Asia. Markets, Power and Contestation, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, pp. 1-39.

K. Hewison (2006) “Thailand: Boom, Bust and Recovery,” in G. Rodan, K. Hewison, & R. Robison, editors, The Political Economy of South-East Asia. Markets, Power and Contestation, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, pp. 74-109.

K. Hewison & K. Young (2006) “Introduction: Globalization and Migrant Workers in Asia,” in K. Hewison & K. Young (eds), Transnational Migration and Work in Asia, London: RoutledgeCurzon, pp. 1-11.

K. Hewison (2007) “Thailand after the ‘Good’ Coup,” Brown Journal of World Affairs, 14, 1, pp. 237-47.

K. Hewison (2007) “Noam Chomsky on Indochina and Iraq: an Interview,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 37, 4,  pp. 1-13.

K. Hewison (2007) “Constitutions, Regimes and Power in Thailand,” Democratization, 14, 5, pp. 928-45.

K. Hewison (2008) “Review of The King Never Smiles. A Biography of Thailand’s Bhumibol Adulyadej, by Paul Handley,” Journal of Historical Biography, 4, Autumn, pp. 115-22.

M. Connors & K. Hewison (2008) “Introduction: Thailand and the ‘Good Coup’,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 38, 1,  pp. 1-10.

K. Hewison (2008) “Review Article: A Book, The King and the 2006 Coup,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 38, 1, pp. 190-211.

K. Hewison (2008) These two reviews ( of the UNDP’s Sufficiency Economy and Human Development and Ji Ungpakorn’s A Coup for the Rich) appeared in Journal of Contemporary Asia, 38, 1, pp. 212-9.

K. Hewison (2008) “A confederacy of zombies. Understanding Thailand’s business culture of favouritism and privilege,” Bangkok Post, 5 January (book review).

K. Hewison (2008) “Fathering political turmoil,” Bangkok Post, 23 August (book review).

Kengkij Kitirianglarp & K. Hewison (2009) “Social Movements and Political Opposition in Contemporary Thailand,” The Pacific Review, 22, 4, pp. 451-77.

Kengkij Kitirianglarp & K. Hewison (2009) (เก่งกิจ กิติเรียงลาภ & เควิน ฮิววิสัน, “การเมืองภาคประชาชน ในประเทศไทย: ข้อจำกัดของแนววิเคราะห์และยุทธศาสตร์การเมืองแบบ ขบวนการเคลื่อนไหวทางสังคม รูปแบบใหม่,” [People’s Politics in Thailand: Considerations and Analysis of the Political Strategies of New Social Movements], Fah Diew Kan [Same Sky Journal], 7, 2 , pp. 120-55.

K. Hewison (2009) “Thai Politics: Back to Normal?,” Asia Sentinel, 3 June (reprinted in Prachatai, 4 June 2009).

K. Hewison (2009) “‘Thai-Style Democracy’: A Conservative Struggle for Thailand’s Politics,” Prachatai, 7 July.

K. Hewison_& C.C.H. Chiu (2009) “Hong Kong-Invested Companies in Thailand: Labour Relations and Practices,” Journal of Contemporary Asia, 39, 1, pp. 1-22.

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