2009

 Journal Publication 2009
  

No.

Name

Title

Journal

Remarks

1.

Edmund Terence Gomez

 

‘The Rise and Fall of Capital:Corporate Malaysia in Historical Perspective’

Journal of Contemporary Asia, Volume 39, Number 3, August 2009, pp. 345-381.

-ISI

2.

Edmund Terence Gomez

‘Family Firms, Networks and “Ethnic Enterprise”: Chinese Food Industry in Britain’

East Asia: An International Quarterly,Volume 26, Number 2 June 2009, pp. 133-157.

 

-Scopus

3.

Evelyn Devadason

“Network Trade between Malaysia and China: A Note on Product Upgrading.”

Journal of Contemporary Asia,39:1, 2009, pp.37-51

-ISI

4.

Tham, S.Y., Evelyn Devadason dan Loke Wai Heng,

“Infrastructure and Trade Costs in Malaysia: The Importance of FDI and Exports.”

In: Douglas H. Brooks and David Hummels (eds.),Infrastructure’s Role in Lowering Asia’s Trade Costs – Building for Trade, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.: London, 2009, pp.148-181.

-ISI

5.

Susila Munisamy

A Spreadsheet-Based Approach for Operations Research Teaching

International Education Studies, Vol. 2, No. 3,
August 2009 (forthcoming)

 

-Refereed Journal

 

6.

Noor Azina Ismail

“Understanding the Gap in Mathematics Achievement of Malaysian Students”

Journal of Educational Research, 102 (5), 389-394 May-June 2009. Heldref Publications, Washington DC(ISI/Scopus Cited Publication).

-ISI/Scopus

7.

Banji Oyeyinka Oyelaran and Rajah Rasiah

Uneven Paths to Development: Information Hardware InnovationSystems in Asia and Africa

Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.

-ISI/Scopus

-Books & Special Issue

 

8.

Rajah Rasiah and Rene Ofreneo

End of Quatas in the Textile and Garment Industries: How are Asian Economies Coping?

Journal of Contemporary Asia,39(4).

-ISI/Scopus

-Books & Special Issue

 

9.

Rajah Rasiah and Hing Ai Yun

 

Industrializing Southeast Asia

Journal of Asia Pacific Economy14(2).

-ISI/Scopus

-Books & Special Issue

 

10.

 

Rajah Rasiah

Driving Development: Essays in Honour of Sanjaya Lall

International Journal of Institutions and Economies, 1(1).

-Books & Special Issue

11.

Rajah Rasiah

“Technological Capabilities of Automotive Firms in Indonesia and Malaysia”

 

Asian Economic Papers, 8(1): 151-169.

-ISI/Scopus

 

 

12.

Rajah Rasiah and Rene Ofreneo

“The Dynamics of Textileand Garment Manufacturing in Asia”

Journal of Contemporary Asia, 39(4).

-ISI/Scopus

13.

Rajah Rasiah

“Growth and Slowdown in the Electronics Industry in Southeast Asia”

 

Journal of Asia Pacific Economy, 14(2): 123-137.

-ISI/Scopus

14.

Rajah Rasiah

“Can Garment Exports from Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar be Sustained?”

Journal of Contemporary Asia, 39(4).

-ISI/Scopus

15.

Rajah Rasiah

“Malaysia’s Textile and Garment Manufacturing at the Crossroads”

 

Journal of Contemporary Asia, 39(4).

-ISI/Scopus

16.

Rajah Rasiah

“Garment Manufacturing in Cambodia and Laos”

Journal of Asia Pacific Economy, 14(2): 150-161.

-ISI/Scopus

17.

 

Rajah Rasiah, Abdillah Noh and Makmor Tumin

“Privatizing Healthcare in Malaysia: Power, Policy and Profits”

Journal of Contemporary Asia, 39(1): 52-64.

-ISI/Scopus

18.

Rajah Rasiah and Asokkumar M.

“Foreign Ownership, Technological Intensities and Economic Performance of Electronics Firms in Malaysia”

Asia Pacific Business Review, 15(2): 181-198.

-Scopus

19.

Rock M, Murphy J, Rajah Rasiah, Seters V.P. and Managi S.

“A hard slog, not a leap frog:lobalization and sustainability transitions in developingAsia”

 

Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 76(2): 241-254.

-ISI/Scopus

20.

Rajah Rasiah

“Review of Technical Progress and Economic Growth: An Empirical Case Study of Malaysia. By Ranald J. Taylor. Cheltenham (UK) and Northampton (MA): Edward Elgar”

 

Pacific Affairs, 82(2).

-ISI/Scopus

21.

Rajah Rasiah and Hing Ai Yun (eds)

Industrializing Southeast Asia

Journal of Asia Pacific Economy14(2).

-ISI/Scopus

22.

Rajah Rasiah

“Sanjaya Lall: The Scholar and the Policy Advisor”

International Journal of Institutions and Economies, 1(1): 8-22

-Refereed Journal

 

23.

Rajah Rasiah

“Ownership and Technological Intensities in Ugandan Manufacturing”

International Journal of Institutions and Economies, 1(1): 79-105.

-Refereed Journal

 

24.

Anthony Tan and Kim-Leng Goh

“Financial Disintermediation in the 1990s: Implications on Monetary Policy in Malaysia”

Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics, 50:1, 2009, pp. 1-27.

-ISI /Scopus

25.

S. Kuppusamy

Local Government in Malaysia : Back to Basics and the Current Scene (2008)

Journal of Malaysian Chinese Studies, Vol. 11:77-96. (diterbitkan pada Julai 2009)

-Refereed Journal

 

26.

Sheng, Andrew, Kian-Teng Kwek and Cho-Wai Cho, 2009

A Tale of Asian Exchange Rate Management: Romance of the Three Currencies.

Journal of Asian Economics

-ISI

27.

Edmund Terence Gomez

Ethnicity, Equity and Conflict in Multi-Ethnic Countries: A Case Study of Malaysia

European Journal of East Asian Studies

-ISI/Scopus

28.

Wong, C.Y. and Goh K.L.

Modeling the Dynamics of Science and Technology Diffusion of Selected Asian Countries using a Logistic Growth Function

Asian Journal of Technology Innovation, 17(1), pp. 75-101.

-ISI

29.

Yap Su Fei and Mario Arturo Ruiz Estrada

“An Alternative Visualization of Business Cycles in Chaos”

International Journal of Economic Research, Vol. 7, No.1, January 2010

-Scopus

30.

A.Aziz and

N.P. Tey

“Herbal Medicines: Prevalence and predictors of use among Malaysian adults”

Complementary Therapies in Medicine,Vol. 17, Issue 1, page 44-50.

-ISI/Scopus referred

31.

Tey Nai Peng, Halimah Awang and Kuppusamy Singaravelloo

“Ethnic Interactions amongst University Students”

Malaysian Journal of Economic Studies (in print)

Scopus

32.

Shyamala Nagaraj, Lee Kiong Hock, Tey Nai Peng, Ng Chiu Wan and Jean Pala

“Counting Ethnicity in Malaysia: The Complexity of Measurement of Diversity”

Malaysian Journal of Economic Studies

(in print)

-Scopus

33.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nik Rosnah Wan Abdullah

 

Private Health Insurance in Malaysia : Policy Options for a Public-Private Partnership

International Journal of Institutions and Economies, Vol. 1, No. 2, page 234-252

-refereed journal

34.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nik Rosnah Wan Abdullah

 

Book Review on “Education and Works : The World of Work”

International Journal of Institutions and Economies Vol. 1, No. 2, page 316-319

-refereed journal

35.

Prof. Madya Dr. Susila Munisamy

Efficiency and Ownership in Water Supply : Evidence from Malaysia

International Review of Business Research Papers, Vol. 5, No. 6, page 248-260

-refereed journal

36.

Eu Chye Tan

Private Consumer Expenditure in Malaysia: Theories and Evidence

International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research

-Will be published in Volume 7, December 2009,

-Refereed (Based at University of Western Sydney, Australia)

37.

Eu Chye Tan

Inflation and Economic Growth in ASEAN-5, Japan and South Korea

International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research

-Will be published in June 2010

-Refereed (Based at University of Western Sydney, Australia)



   
Books/Chapters in book 2009
  

No.

Name

Title

Publications

Remarks

1.

Rajah Rasiah, Xin Xin Kong, Yeo Lin and Jaeyong Song

“Variations in the catch up patterns in the semiconductor industry in China, Korea, Malaysia and Taiwan”, Malerba F. and Nelson R. (eds),Sectoral Systems of Innovation: Explaining Differences in the Catch Up Pattern,Cambridge

Cambridge University Press.

-Chapters

2.

Rajah Rasiah

“Export-orientedGarmentManufacturing andItsImpact onEmployment,Productivity andWages inCambodia andLaos”, Ikuo Koirowa (ed),Plugging into Production Networks: Industrialization Strategy in Less Developed Southeast Asian Countries

 

Singapore: ISEAS Publications.

-Chapters

3.

Shyamala Nagaraj. Chew Sing Buan, Lee Kiong Hock and Rahimah Haji Ahmad (2009)

Education and Work:The World of Work

Kuala Lumpur: Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya (printed by University of Malaya Press, ISBN 978-983-9662-26-9).

-Book

4.

Shyamala Nagaraj,Lee Kiong Hock,Chew Sing BuanandKuppusamy Singaravelloo,

Introduction”,

Kuala Lumpur: Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya (printed by University of Malaya Press, ISBN 978-983-9662-26-9).

-Chapters

5.

Kuppusamy Singaravelloo,Shyamala NagarajandLee Kiong Hock

“Occupational Aspirations, Expectations and Attainment”

Kuala Lumpur: Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya (printed by University of Malaya Press, ISBN 978-983-9662-26-9).

-Chapters

6.

Halimah Awang,Kuppusamy SingaravellooandZulkifli A. Manaf

Employer-supported Training”

Kuala Lumpur: Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya (printed by University of Malaya Press, ISBN 978-983-9662-26-9).

-Chapters

7.

Goh Kim LengandRohana Jani

Earnings and Rates of Return to Education and Training”

Kuala Lumpur: Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya (printed by University of Malaya Press, ISBN 978-983-9662-26-9).

-Chapters

8.

Shyamala Nagaraj,Chew Sing Buan,Lee Kiong HockandRahimah Haji Ahmad,,

Summary and Conclusions”

Kuala Lumpur: Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya (printed by University of Malaya Press, ISBN 978-983-9662-26-9).

-Chapters

9.

Li Ping Wong, Wah Yun Low, Halimah Awang, Rohana Jani, Jariah Mohd Jan

Annotated Bibliography on Reproductive Rights, Reproductive and Sexual Health of Women”

United Nations Population Fund, Malaysia.

-Book

10.

Abdul Kadir

Ekonomi Pendidikan

 

-Book

11.

Abdul Kadir

Istilah – Istilah Ekonomi

 

-Book

12.

Sabitha, M et al(2009)

“Estimating the number of Sex Workers in Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur”

Ikon interactive Sdn. Bhd

-Book

13.

Suzana Sawyer and Edmund Terence Gomez (eds)

Identity, Power and Rights: The State, International Institutions and Indigenous Peoples,Stanford

Stanford University Press

-Book

14.

Suzana Sawyer and Edmund Terence Gomez

"Paradoxes of Liberalization: Indigeneity, a Language of Rights and Transnational Governmentality in the Context of Resource Extraction", in Identity, Power and Rights

The State, International Institutions and Indigenous Peoples, Suzana Sawyer and Edmund Terence Gomez (eds), Stanford: Stanford University Press

-Chapters

15.

Edmund Terence Gomez

“Enterprise Development and Inter-Ethnic Relations in Malaysia: Affirmative Action, Generational Change and Business Partnerships, in Raymond Wong (ed.), A New Breed of Chinese Entrepreneurs? Culture, Organizational Imperatives and Globalization”

Routledge: London

-Chapters

16.

Tey Nai Peng and Ng Sor Tho

“Research and Development on Ageing in Malaysia”

A book chapter in “The International Handbook on Ageing: Current Research and Development”, 3rdeditionGreenwood Publishing Group

Referred book (expected to be released end of October 2009

17.

Tey Nai Peng

“The Changing Marriage Patterns

among Women in Peninsular Malaysia Since 1970"

Jamilah Ariffin (ed.), Women

andDevelopment in Malaysia- Four Decades of Change: A Sequelpublished by MPH

Edited book launched by the Minister of Tourism. Translation into BM in progress.

18.

Tey Nai Peng

“Fertility Trends and

Differentials in Peninsular MalaysiaFour Decades

of Change”

 

 

 

 

Jamilah Ariffin (ed.), Women

andDevelopment in Malaysia- Four Decades of Change: A Sequelpublished by MPH

Edited book launched by the Minister of Tourism. Translation into BM in progress.

19.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nik Rosnah Wan Abdullah

 

“Women’s Partcipation in the Government Sector : Trends and Implications “

A Revisit” in Jamilah Ariffin (ed) Readings on Women and Development in Malaysia : A Sequel, MPH Publishing

Chapter in book