Publications: Beeson, Mark
Lee, W. and Beeson, M. (2015) The Middle Power Moment: A New Basis for Cooperation between Indonesia and Australia? In: Roberts, Christopher, Habir, Ahmad and Sebastian, Leonard, (eds.) Indonesia's Ascent: Power, Leadership, and the Regional Order. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 224-243.
Beeson, M. and Li, F. (2015) What consensus? Geopolitics and policy paradigms in China and the United States. International Affairs, 91 (1). pp. 93-109.
Beeson, M. and Wang, Yong (2014) Australia, China, and the U.S. in an Era of Interdependence: Irreconcilable Interests, Inadequate Institutions? Asian Survey, 54 (3). pp. 565-583.
Beeson, M. and Li, F. (2014) China's regional relations: Evolving foreign policy dynamics. Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc., Boulder, Colorado.
Beeson, M. (2014) Issues in Australian Foreign Policy: July to December 2013. Australian Journal of Politics & History, 60 (2). pp. 265-278.
Beeson, M. and Stone, D. (2014) Patterns of leadership in the Asia-Pacific: A symposium. The Pacific Review, 27 (4). pp. 505-522.
Beeson, M. (2014) Regionalism and globalization in East Asia: Politics, security and economic development. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, Hampshire.
Beeson, M. and Higgott, R. (2014) The changing architecture of politics in the Asia-Pacific: Australia's middle power moment? International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 14 (2). pp. 215-237.
Stone, D. and Beeson, M. (2013) The European Union model's influence in Asia after the Global Financial Crisis. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 12 (2). pp. 167-190.
Beeson, M. (2013) Symposium: Australia–US Economic Relations and the Regional Balance of Power The Decline of US Economic Power and Influence: Implications for Australian Foreign Policy. Australian Journal of Political Science, 48 (2). pp. 197-207.
Beeson, M. and Higgott, R. (2013) The changing architecture of politics in the Asia-Pacific: Another (lost) Middle Power Moment? In: KAIS-KF International Conference: The Role of Middle Power in the 21st Century International Relations, 19-20 April 2013, Lotte Hotel, Seoul, Korea pp. 61-84.
Beeson, M. and Stone, D. (2013) The changing fortunes of a policy entrepreneur: The case of Ross Garnaut. Australian Journal of Political Science, 48 (1). pp. 1-14.
Beeson, M. and Li, F. (2012) Charmed or alarmed? Reading China's regional relations. Journal of Contemporary China, 21 (73). pp. 35-51.
Beeson, M. and Pham, H.H. (2012) Developmentalism with Vietnamese characteristics: The persistence of state-led development in East Asia. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 42 (4). pp. 539-559.
Beeson, M. (2011) Can Australia save the world? The limits and possibilities of middle power diplomacy. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 65 (5). pp. 563-577.
Beeson, M., Soko, M. and Yong, W. (2011) The new resource politics: Can Australia and South Africa accommodate China? International Affairs, 87 (6). pp. 1365-1384.
Beeson, M. and Jayasuriya, K. (2009) The politics of asian engagement: Ideas, institutions, and academics. Australian Journal of Politics & History, 55 (3). pp. 360-374.
Beeson, M. (2001) Australia and Asia: The Years of Living Aimlessly. In: Singh, Daljit and Smith, Anthony, (eds.) Southeast Asian Affairs 2001. Institute for Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, pp. 44-55.
Beeson, M. and Hadiz, V.R. (1998) Labor and the politics of structural adjustment in Australia and Indonesia. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 28 (3). pp. 291-309.
Berger, M.T. and Beeson, M. (1998) Lineages of liberalism and miracles of modernisation: The World Bank, the East Asian trajectory and the international development debate. Third World Quarterly, 19 (3). pp. 487-504.
Beeson, M. and Firth, A. (1998) Neoliberalism as a political rationality: Australian public policy since the 1980s. Journal of Sociology, 34 (3). pp. 215-231.
Beeson, M. and Jayasuriya, K. (1998) The political rationalities of regionalism: APEC and the EU in comparative perspective. The Pacific Review, 11 (3). pp. 311-336.
Beeson, Mark (1996) Neoliberalism and Australia's Economic Relationship with Japan: Policy Paradigms in a Global Political Economy. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.