Publications: Ali, Ameer
Ali, A. (2016) From Islamophobia to Westophobia: The long road to radical Islamism. Journal of Asian Security and International Affairs . In Press.
Ali, A. (2015) Four Waves of Muslim-Phobia in Sri Lanka: c.1880–2009. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 35 (4). pp. 486-502.
Ali, A. (2014) Muslims in Harmony and Conflict in Plural Sri Lanka: A Historical Summary from a Religio-economic and Political Perspective. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 34 (3). pp. 227-242.
Ali, A. (2014) Political Buddhism, Islamic Orthodoxy and Open Economy: The Toxic Triad in Sinhalese-Muslim Relations in Sri Lanka. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 49 (3). pp. 298-314.
Ali, A. (2014) Riba–free finance and zakat–induced economic aid: The political economy of two developmental initiatives in the Muslim world. In: Clarke, Matther and Tittensor, David, (eds.) Islam and Development: Exploring the Invisible Aid Economy. Ashgate, Farnham, England, pp. 87-108.
Ali, A. (2014) The Tamil-Muslim factor in interstate relations between India and Sri Lanka. FPRC Journal (2).
Ali, A. (2014) The political economy of Islamic banking and finance3: A faith-based enterprise growing in the global village. In: vanden Driesen, C. and Kumar, T.V., (eds.) Globalisation: Australian-Asian perspectives. Atlantic Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi, India, pp. 18-35.
Ali, A. (2011) Kattankudy in eastern Sri Lanka: A mullah-merchant urban complex caught between Islamist factionalism and ethno-nationalism. In: vanden Driesen, C. and vanden Driesen, I., (eds.) Change: Conflict and Convergence : Austral Asian Scenarios. Orient Blackswan, New Delhi, India, pp. 232-244.
Ali, A. (ed) (2011) Revolutionary Thoughts, Essays and Poem from Abdul Cader Labbe (in Tamil). Colombo: Sri Lanka.
Ali, A. (2011) Sri Lanka and Chindia: Geo-political balancing acts before and after the civil war. Asian Profile, 39 (2). pp. 191-201.
Ali, A. (2011) The Sri Lankan ethnic morass and China-India geopolitical manoeuvres. Economic and Political Weekly, 46 (34). pp. 39-45.
Ali, A. (2010) Assimilation, Integration or Convivencia: The Dilemma of Diaspora Muslims from “Eurabia” to “Londonistan”, from “Lakembanon” to Sri Lanka. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 30 (2). pp. 183-198.
Ali, A. (2009) Kattankudy in Eastern Sri Lanka: A Mullah-Merchant Urban Complex Caught between Islamist Factionalism and Ethno-Nationalisms. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 29 (2). pp. 183-194.
Ali, A. (2008) Globalization, discontent and Islam: Thesis, antithesis and synthesis? Islam and the Modern Age, 38 (2). pp. 37-54.
Ali, A. (2008) Islamic culture or Muslim cultures: Missing pieces in the Australian cultural kaleidoscope. In: Keynote address delivered at the Symposium on Islamic Culture, May, Adelaide, South Australia.
Ali, A. (2007) The state, the mosque, and the masses: Discordant discourses in the Muslim world. Dialogue and Alliance, 21 (1).
Ali, A. (2006) Tabligh Jamaat and Hizbul Tahrir: Divergent paths to convergent goals: education to counter extremism. Dialogue & Alliance, 20 (2). pp. 51-66.
Ali, A. (2005) The Muslim diaspora in the west: The challenges from an Australian perspective. In: vanden Driesen, C. and Crane, R., (eds.) Diaspora : the Australasian experience. Prestige Books, New Delhi, India, pp. 119-130.
Ali, A. (2002) Globalization and greed: A Muslim perspective. In: Knitter, Paul F. and Muzaffar, Chandra, (eds.) Subverting greed: Religious perspectives on the global economy. Orbis Books, Maryknoll, N.Y., pp. 137-153.
Ali, A. (1999) The Schumpeterian Gap and Muslim economic thought. Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 10 (1). pp. 31-49.
Ali, A. (1997) Brunei Darussalem: An oily economy in search of an alternative path. Asian Profile, 25 (4). pp. 281-301.
Ali, A. (1996) From penury to plenty : development of oil rich Brunei, 1906 to present. Murdoch University.
Ali, A. (1995) Religiocultural Identity and Socioeconomic Development in the Muslim World. The American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 12 (3). pp. 329-346.
Ali, A. (1993) Book review: Investment in Human Resource Development: An Escape Route for Trapped Minorities. Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. Journal, 14 (1-2).
Ali, A. (1991) Book review: Distorted Imagination: Lessons from the Rushdie Affair. Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. Journal, 12 (1).
Ali, A. (1989) Reflections on Islamic Economics and the Economic Concepts of Ibn Taimiyah. Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. Journal, 10 (1).
Ali, A. (1988) Book review: The Contemporary Muslim Movement in the Philippines. Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. Journal, 9 (1).
Ali, A. (1987) Book review: Pakistan Society: Islam, Ethnicity, and Leadership in South Asia. Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. Journal, 8 (2).
Ali, A. (1987) Muslims and capitalism in British Ceylon (Sri Lanka): the colonial image and community's behaviour. Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. Journal, 8 (2). pp. 311-344.
Ali, A. (1986) Politics of survival: past strategies and present predicament of the Muslim community in Sri Lanka. Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs. Journal, 7 (1). pp. 147-170.
Ali, A. (1984) Islamic revivalism in harmony and conflict: The experience in Sri Lanka and Malaysia. Asian Survey, 24 (3). pp. 296-313.
Ali, A. (1984) Phases of capitalism in Malaysia: A profile of her political economy. Asian Thought and Society, 9 . pp. 26-27.
Ali, A. (1984) The genesis of the Muslim community in Ceylon (Sri Lanka): A historical summary. Asian Studies Association of Australia. Review, 19 . pp. 65-82.
Ali, A. (1981) The 1915 racial riots in Ceylon (Sri Lanka): A reappraisal of its causes. South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 4 (2). pp. 1-20.
Ali, A. (1979) Islam: An alternative approach to economic development. In: Papers and Proceedings of the Islamic Cultural Studies Conference, vol. 1, August, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Ali, A. (1976) Some aspects of the Economic History and Position of the Muslims in Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka Muslim Development Fund Souvenir .
Ali, A. (1972) Changing conditions and persisting problems in the peasant sector of Ceylon under the British rule in the period 1833-1893. Ceylon Studies Seminar, 39 .