Garry Rodan

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Garry Rodan was the Director of the Asia Research Centre from 2002 - 2009 and is currently an Australian Professorial Fellow of the Australian Research Council (2010-2014) and a Professor in the Politics and International Studies Programme of the School of Social Sciences and Humanities Murdoch University.

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Garry has written extensively on Singapore’s political and economic development and more generally on democratization and its problems in Asia, as well as on theoretical approaches for understanding development in the region. His recent research includes examination of the political economy of the international media in various parts of East and Southeast Asia, the political impact of the Internet, and the implications of transparency reform in the region for politics.[1]

He is the author of Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia (RoutledgeCurzon 2004), The Political Economy of Singapore’s Industrialization (MacMillan, 1989), the editor of Political Oppositions in Industrializing Asia (Routledge 1996), Singapore Changes Guard (Longman 1993) and Singapore (Ashgate 2001), and the joint editor of The Political Economy of Southeast Asia (Oxford University Press 1997, Revised editions 2001 and 2006) and Southeast Asia in the 1990s: Authoritarianism, Capitalism and Democracy (Allen & Unwin 1993).[1]

Garry has published dozens of book chapters and journal articles, including-recent pieces on the political economy of the international media in Asia in Democratization, Internet and political control in Singapore in Political Science Quarterly and on transparency reform in Singapore and Malaysia in The Pacific Review and New Political Economy. His political commentaries and articles can be found in Newsweek;[2] Far Eastern Economic Review;[3] and The Australian [4]

Books[edit]

  • Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia (RoutledgeCurzon 2004)
  • Singapore (Ashgate 2001)
  • Political Economy of Southeast Asia (Oxford University Press 1997, Revised editions 2001 and 2006)
  • Political Oppositions in Industrializing Asia (Routledge 1996)
  • Singapore Changes Guard (Longman 1993)
  • Southeast Asia in the 1990s: Authoritarianism, Capitalism and Democracy (Allen & Unwin 1993)
  • The Political Economy of Singapore's Industrialization (MacMillan, 1989)

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