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作者 CAPAS-CSEAS Workshop for Young Scholars of Southeast Asian Area Studies (2011 : Taipei, Taiwan)
書名 Exploring frontiers of Southeast Asian area studies : Asian perspectives
出版項 Taipei : Center for Asia Pacific Area Studies (CAPAS), RCHSS, Academia Sinica ; Kyoto : Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University : Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (Asian CORE Program), 2011
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 亞太中心圖書室  DS520.3 .C37 2011    在架上    30620020126073
 亞太中心圖書室參考書區  R DS520.3 .C37 2011    館內使用    30620020126081
 人社中心  DS520.3 C37 2011    在架上    30560400497654
 Program 
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 Papers 
Panel 1-1Multi-laterality and the changing global mapping of Southeast Asian studies: a view from Japan / Yoko Hayami 
Panel 1-2Neighbor studies: how Thai academia colonizes, romanticizes and reconceptualizes its neighbors / Yukti Mukdawijitra 
Panel 2-1Scattered but connected: Karen refugees' connections in and beyond the Thailand-Burma borderland / Lee Sang Kook 
Panel 2-2The challenges encountered in studying the history of Chinese in Malaya: diversity of sources and confusion in phonetic transcription of dialects / Tan Ai Boay 
Panel 2-3Transnational migration of buddhist monks mainland Southeast Asia / Satoru Kobayashi 
Panel 3-1Revitalizing growth in Malaysia: towards a high income economy / Tham Siew Yean 
Panel 3-2Indonesian economy: impact of global financial crisis / Niasapti Triaswati 
Panel 3-3Nationalism, political survival and foreign direct investment: evidences from Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand / Ian T.Y Chen 
Panel 3-4Global financial crisis and East Asian growth model revisited: twelve years of change since 1997 economic crisis and alternative model / Kosuke Mizuno 
Panel 4-1"Business-friendly" rule of local elites: capital investments and local politics under globalization in Ilocos Norte, Philippines / Wataru Kusaka 
Panel 4-2Culture and cultural sector in national policy of Vietnam since the Doi Moi Reforms / Le Thu Huong 
Panel 4-3Dual coalition system in Malaysia: beyond communal politics? / Ming-Chee Ang 
Panel 4-4The Singapore dilemma: ethnic justice or democratization? / Tsai-Wei Sun 
Panel 5-1Statecraft needs Zomia, so did Zomia: an interactive perspective / Noboru Ishikawa 
Panel 5-2An anarchist history of the 1963-66 Indonesia - Malaysia confrontation in upland centural Borneo / Dave Lumenta 
Panel 5-3Adat in the making: lived identity in the Johol Temuan society / Chih-Hui Liang 
Panel 5-4Upholding human rights with regional characteristics: mapping the evolving ASEAN human rights mechanisms / Titus Chih-Chieh Chen 
Panel 6-1Climate change and water resources: legal issues and concerns in South East Asia / Yiyuan Su 
Panel 6-2ASEAN and disaster governance: contending modalities of disaster preparedness in regional resilience / Alan Hao Yang 
Panel 6-3Restoration of degraded peat swamp forest areas in Riau, Indonesia / Haris Gunawan 
Panel 6-4Effects of human activities on Hydro-Meteorological Cycle in SEA / Osamu Kozan 
Panel 7-1Delineating the political economy of Thai industrial development: the role of state under globalization / Shangmao Chen 
Panel 7-2Islamic economic ethics and Chinese-Indonesian Muslim entrepreneur's“Conversion of Capital” / Syuan-Yuan Chiou 
Panel 7-3Economic culture of immigrant communities: case study of Sarawak Chinese society / Tsung-Yuan Chen 
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