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2014

Rodan, G. (2014) Civil society activism and political parties in Malaysia: Differences over local representation. Democratization . pp. 1-22.

Rodan, G. and Hughes, C. (2014) The politics of accountability in Southeast Asia: The dominance of moral ideologies. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

2013

Rodan, G. (2013) Southeast Asian activism and limits to independent political space. In: Ford, MIchelle, (ed.) Social Activism in Southeast Asia. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, England, pp. 22-39.

2012

Rodan, G. (2012) Competing ideologies of political representation in Southeast Asia. Third World Quarterly, 33 (2). pp. 311-332.

Rodan, G. (2012) Consultative Authoritarianism and Regime Change Analysis: Implications of the Singapore Case. In: Robison, R., (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Politics. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, England, pp. 120-134.

Rodan, G. and Jayasuriya, K. (2012) Hybrid Regimes: A Social Foundations Approach. In: Haynes, Jeffrey, (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Democratization. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, England, pp. 175-189.

Rodan, G. and Hughes, C. (2012) Ideological coalitions and the international promotion of social accountability: The Philippines and Cambodia compared. International Studies Quarterly, 56 (2). pp. 367-380.

Rodan, G. (2012) Progress and limits in regional cooperation: Australia and Southeast Asia. In: Cotton, J. and Ravenhill, J., (eds.) Middle power dreaming : Australia in world affairs 2006-2010. Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Victoria, pp. 165-184.

Hewison, K. and Rodan, G. (2012) Southeast Asia: The Left and the rise of bourgeois opposition. In: Robison, R., (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Politics. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, England, pp. 25-39.

2009

Rodan, G. (2009) Accountability and authoritarianism: Human rights in Malaysia and Singapore. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 39 (2). pp. 180-203.

Rodan, G. and Jayasuriya, K. (2009) Capitalist development, regime transitions and new forms of authoritarianism in Asia. The Pacific Review, 22 (1). pp. 23-47.

Rodan, G. (2009) Goh’s consensus politics of authoritarian rule. In: Welsh, B., Chin, J., Mahizhnan, A. and Tan, T. H., (eds.) Impressions of the Goh Chok Tong years in Singapore. Institute of Policy Studies and NUS Press Singapore, Singapore, pp. 61-70.

Rodan, G. (2009) New modes of political participation and Singapore's nominated members of parliament. Government and Opposition, 44 (4). pp. 438-462.

Rodan, G. (2009) Political regimes in Southeast Asia and the War on Terror. In: Grenfell, D. and James, P., (eds.) Rethinking Insecurity, War and Violence: Beyond Savage Globalization? Routledge, New York, pp. 125-137.

2008

Rodan, G. (2008) Singapore "exceptionalism"? authoritarian rule and state transformation. In: Wong, J. and Friedman, E., (eds.) Political transitions in dominant party systems: learning to lose. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, pp. 231-251.

2007

Jayasuriya, K. and Rodan, G. (2007) Beyond hybrid regimes: more participation, less contestation in Southeast Asia. Democratization, 14 (5). pp. 773-794.

Jayasuriya, K. and Rodan, G. (2007) New trajectories for political regimes in Southeast Asia. Democratization, 14 (5). pp. 767-772.

Rodan, G. and Jayasuriya, K. (2007) The technocratic politics of administrative participation: case studies of Singapore and Vietnam. Democratization, 14 (5). pp. 795-815.

2006

Rodan, G. and Jayasuriya, K. (2006) Conflict and the New Political Participation in Southeast Asia. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia.

Rodan, G. and Hewison, K. (2006) Introduction: Globalization, conflict and political regimes in East and Southeast Asia. In: Rodan, G. and Hewison, K., (eds.) Neoliberalism and conflict in Asia after 9/11. Routledge, London, pp. 1-24.

Rodan, G. (2006) Neoliberalism and transparency: political versus economic liberalism. In: Robison, R., (ed.) The neoliberal revolution: forging the market state. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 197-215.

Rodan, G. (2006) Singapore in 2005: "vibrant and cosmopolitan" without political pluralism. Asian Survey, 46 (1). pp. 180-186.

Rodan, G. (2006) Singapore ‘Exceptionalism’? Authoritarian Rule and State Transformation. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia.

Rodan, G. (2006) Singapore: globalisation, the state, and politics. In: Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R, (eds.) The political economy of South-East Asia: markets, power and contestation. Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic, pp. 137-169.

Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R. (2006) Theorising markets in South-East Asia: power and contestation. In: Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R, (eds.) The political economy of South-East Asia: markets, power and contestation. Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic, pp. 1-38.

2005

Rodan, G. (2005) Singapore in 2004: long awaited leadership transition. Asian Survey, 45 (1). pp. 140-145.

Robison, R., Rodan, G. and Hewison, K. (2005) Transplanting the neoliberal state in Southeast Asia. In: Boyd, R. and Ngo, T. W., (eds.) Asian states: beyond the developmental perspective. Routledge, London, 172 - 198.

Rodan, G. (2005) Westminster in Singapore: now you see it, now you don’t. In: Patapan, H., Wanna, J. and Weller, P., (eds.) Westminster legacies: democracy and responsible government in Asia and the Pacific. University of New South Wales Press, Sydney, N.S.W., pp. 109-128.

2004

Rodan, G. and Hewison, K. (2004) Closing the circle? globalization, conflict, and political regimes. Critical Asian Studies, 36 (3). pp. 383-404.

Rodan, G. and Hewison, K. (2004) Governance and conflict. Critical Asian Studies, 36 (4). pp. 567-569.

Rodan, G. (2004) International capital, Singapore's state companies, and security. Critical Asian Studies, 36 (3). 479-499 .

Rodan, G. and Hewison, K. (2004) Neo-Liberal Globalisation, Conflict and Security: New Life for Authoritarianism in Asia? Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia.

Rodan, G. (2004) Neoliberalism and Transparency: Political Versus Economic Liberalism. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia.

Rodan, G. (2004) Political Regimes and the 'War on Terror' in Southeast Asia. In: First International Sources of Insecurity Conference, The, 17-19 November 2004, Melbourne

Rodan, G. (2004) Transparency and authoritarian rule in Southeast Asia: Singapore and Malaysia. Routledge, London.

2003

Rodan, G. (2003) Embracing electronic media but suppressing civil society: Authoritarian consolidation in Singapore. The Pacific Review, 16 (4). pp. 503-524.

2002

Rodan, G. (2002) Authoritarian rule and transparency reform: Malaysia and Singapore after the economic crisis. In: Tomba, L., (ed.) East Asian capitalism: conflicts, growth and crisis. Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, Milan, pp. 253-286.

Rodan, G. (2002) Do markets need transparency? the pivotal cases of Singapore and Malaysia. New Political Economy, 7 (1). pp. 23-47.

Rodan, G. (2002) The implications of the Asian crisis for media control in Asia. In: Beeson, M., (ed.) Reconfiguring East Asia: regional institutions and organisations after the crisis. RoutledgeCurzon Press, London, pp. 61-82.

2001

Rodan, G. (2001) Introduction. In: Rodan, G., (ed.) Singapore. Ashgate, Aldershot; Burlington, USA, xi-xxxviii.

Rodan, G. (2001) Singapore: globalisation and the politics of economic restructuring. In: Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R, (eds.) The political economy of South-East Asia: conflict, crises, and change. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 138-177.

Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R. (2001) Theorising South-East Asia’s boom, bust and recovery. In: Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R, (eds.) The political economy of South-East Asia: conflict, crises, and change. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 1-43.

Rodan, G. (2001) The prospects for civil society and political space in Southeast Asia. In: Amitav, A., Frolic, B.M. and Stubbs , R., (eds.) Democracy, human rights, and civil society in South East Asia. Joint Centre for Asia Pacific Studies, Toronto, pp. 55-88.

2000

Rodan, G. (2000) Asian crisis, transparency and the international media in Singapore. The Pacific Review, 13 (2). pp. 217-242.

Rodan, G. (2000) Singapore: information lockdown, business as usual. In: Williams, Louise and Rich, Roland, (eds.) Losing control: freedom of the press in Asia. Asia Pacific Press, Australian National University, Canberra, pp. 169-189.

Rodan, G. (2000) Transparency, Asian Economic Crisis and the prospects of media liberalisation. In: Transparency and the Global Political Economy, 12 February 2000, University of Warwick pp. 1-32.

1998

Rodan, G. (1998) Asia and the international press: the political significance of expanding markets. Democratization, 5 (2). pp. 125-154.

Rodan, G. (1998) Singapore in 1997: living with the neighbors. Asian Survey, 38 (2). pp. 177-182.

Rodan, G. (1998) The internet and political control in Singapore. Political Science Quarterly, 113 (1). pp. 63-89.

1997

Rodan, G. (1997) Civil society and other political possibilities in Southeast Asia. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 27 (2). pp. 156-178.

Rodan, G. (1997) Introduction. In: Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R, (eds.) The political economy of South-East Asia: an introduction. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 1-28.

Rodan, G. (1997) Singapore in 1996: extended election fever. Asian Survey, 37 (2). pp. 175-180.

Rodan, G. (1997) Singapore: economic diversification and social divisions. In: Rodan, G., Hewison, K. and Robison, R, (eds.) The political economy of South-East Asia: an introduction. Oxford University Press, Melbourne, pp. 148-178.

1996

Rodan, G. (1996) Class transformations and political tensions in Singapore’s development. In: Robison, R. and Goodman, D., (eds.) The new rich in Asia: mobile phones, Mcdonalds and middle class revolution. Routledge, London, pp. 19-48.

Rodan, G. (1996) Elections without representation: the Singapore experience under the PAP. In: Taylor, R. H., (ed.) The politics of elections in Southeast Asia. Woodrow Wilson Center Press, Washington, pp. 61-89.

Rodan, G. (1996) State-society relations and political opposition in Singapore. In: Rodan, G., (ed.) Political oppositions in industrialising Asia. Routledge, London, pp. 95-127.

Rodan, G. (1996) Theorising political opposition in East and Southeast Asia. In: Rodan, G., (ed.) Political oppositions in industrialising Asia. Routledge, London, pp. 1-39.

Rodan, G. (1996) A clash of cultures or the convergence of political ideologies? In: Robison, R, (ed.) Pathways to Asia: the politics of engagement. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, pp. 29-55.

Hewison, K. and Rodan, G. (1996) The ebb and flow of civil society and the decline of the Left in Southeast Asia. In: Rodan, G., (ed.) Political oppositions in industrialising Asia. Routledge, London , pp. 40-71.

Rodan, G. (1996) The internationalization of ideological conflict: Asia's new significance. The Pacific Review, 9 (3). pp. 328-351.

1995

Rodan, G. (1995) Theoretical Issues and Oppositional Politics in East and Southeast Asia. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia.

1994

Hewison, K. and Rodan, G. (1994) The decline of the Left in Southeast Asia. In: Miliband, R. and Panitch, L., (eds.) The Socialist Register 1994. Merlin Press, London, pp. 235-262.

1993

Rodan, G. (1993) Introduction. In: Rodan, G., (ed.) Singapore changes guard: social, political and economic directions in the 1990s. St. Martin's Press, New York, xi-xxii.

Rodan, G. (1993) Preserving the one-party state in contemporary Singapore. In: Hewison, K., Robison, R and Rodan, G., (eds.) Southeast Asia in the nineties: authoritarianism, democracy and capitalism. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, pp. 75-108.

Rodan, G. (1993) Reconstructing divisions of labour: Singapore's new regional emphasis. In: Higgott, R., Leaver, R. and Ravenhill, J., (eds.) Pacific economic relations in the 1990s: cooperation or conflict? Allen & Unwin, St. Leonards, NSW, pp. 223-249.

Rodan, G. (1993) The growth of Singapore's middle class and its political significance. In: Rodan, G., (ed.) Singapore changes guard: social, political and economic directions in the 1990s. St. Martin’s Press, New York, pp. 52-71.

1992

Rodan, G. (1992) Singapore. In: Carroll , J. and Manne, R., (eds.) Shutdown: the failure of economic rationalism and how to rescue Australia. Text Publishing Co., Melbourne, pp. 77-89.

Rodan, G. (1992) Singapore's leadership transition: erosion or refinement of authoritarian rule? Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, 24 (1). pp. 3-17.

Rodan, G. (1992) Singapore: emerging tensions in the "dictatorship of the Middle Class". The Pacific Review, 5 (4). pp. 370-381.

1990

Rodan, G. (1990) Singapore: continuity in change as the new guard's agenda becomes clearer. In: Yuen, N.C and Jeshurun, C, (eds.) Southeast Asian Affairs 1990. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, pp. 295-316.

1989

Rodan, G. (1989) The political economy of Singapore's industrialization: national state and international capital. Macmillan, Basingstoke.

1987

Rodan, G. (1987) The rise and fall of Singapore's 'Second Industrial Revolution'. In: Robison, R., Hewison, K. and Higgott, R., (eds.) Southeast Asia in the 1980s: the politics of economic crisis. Allen & Unwin, Sydney, pp. 149-176.

1985

Rodan, G. (1985) Industrialisation and the Singapore state in the context of the new international division of labour. In: Higgott, R. and Robison, R., (eds.) Southeast Asia: essays in the political economy of structural change. Routledge & Kegan Paul, London; Melbourne, pp. 172-194.

Higgott, R., Robison, R., Hewison, K. and Rodan, G. (1985) Theories of development and underdevelopment: implications for the study of Southeast Asia. In: Higgott, R. and Rodan, G., (eds.) Southeast Asia: essays in the political economy of structural change. Routledge & Kegan Paul,, London, pp. 16-61.

1983

Robison, R. and Rodan, G. (1983) Restructuring Australian Industry: The Case for a More Active State Role. Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia.

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