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Journal Article

Rosser, A. and Wilson, I. (2012) Democratic Decentralisation and Pro-poor Policy Reform in Indonesia: The Politics of Health Insurance for the Poor in Jembrana and Tabanan. Asian Journal of Social Science, 40 (5-6). pp. 608-634.

Wilson, I. (2007) Book review. Jemma Purdey (2006), Anti-Chinese Violence in Indonesia, 1996–1999. Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, 43 (3). pp. 419-421.

Brown, D. and Wilson, I.D. (2007) Ethnicized violence in Indonesia: Where criminals and fanatics meet. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 13 (3). pp. 367-403.

Wilson, I.D. (2006) Continuity and change: The changing contours of organized violence in post–New Order Indonesia. Critical Asian Studies, 38 (2). pp. 265-297.

Wilson, I.D. Reog Ponorogo: Spirituality, sexuality, and power in a Javanese performance tradition. Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific, 2 .

Non-refereed Article

Wilson, I. (2017) Jakarta: inequality and the poverty of elite pluralism. New Mandala, 19 April .

Wilson, I. (2016) Making enemies out of friends. New Mandala, 3 November .

Wilson, I. (2016) Out of the rubble: Jakarta’s poor and displaced seek a vehicle for their voice. Indonesia at Melbourne, October 4 .

Wilson, I. (2015) The politics of flood alleviation in Jakarta. The Jakarta Post, September 5 .

Wilson, I. (2014) Democracy, a ‘pathway to hell’. New Mandala, 20 March .

Wilson, I. (2014) Floods, housing security and rights of Jakarta's poor. The Jakarta Post, February 8 .

Wilson, I. (2014) The perils of loyalty. New Mandala, 4 July .

Wilson, I. (2013) Le mouvement Punk en Indonosie. Le Banian, 15 . pp. 93-103.

Wilson, I. (2012) No matter how hard they try, punk in Indonesia won’t die. Punk Aid: Aceh Calling compilation CD, Evacuate Records .

Wilson, I. (2012) On the road with Marjinal. Inside Indonesia, August 30 .

Wilson, I. (2012) ‘War against thugs’ or a war against the poor? The Jakarta Post, April 7 .

Wilson, I. (2012) The biggest cock. Inside Indonesia, November 4 .

Wilson, I. (2008) The rise and fall of a gangster. Inside Indonesia, 93 (Jul-Sep).

Wilson, I.D. (2004) Book review. Ariel Heryanto and Sumit K. Mandal (eds), Challenging Authoritarianism in Southeast Asia: Comparing Indonesia and Malaysia. Intersections: Gender, History and Culture in the Asian Context, 10 (August).

Conference Paper

Wilson, I. (2005) Vigilante violence in post-authoritarian states: The case of Indonesia and Russia. In: 4th International Symposium of the Journal Antropologi Indonesia, 12 - 15 July, Depok, Indonesia

Book Chapter

Wilson, I. (2017) Teman dijadikan musuh. In: Mulanto, D. and Pontoh, C.H., (eds.) Bela Islam atau Bela Oligarki? Pertalian Agama, Politik, dan Kapitalisme di Indonesia. IndoProgress & Islam Bergerak, pp. 38-42.

Wilson, I.D. (2015) Outlaw’s Paradise: Australian outlaw bikers, pre-crime regimes and the appeal of Bali. In: Missbach, A. and Purdey, J., (eds.) Linking people: connections and encounters between Australians and Indonesians. Regiospectra, Berlin, pp. 251-268.

Wilson, I.D. (2015) Resisting Democracy: Front Pembela Islam and Indonesia's 2014 Elections. In: Ulla, F., (ed.) ISEAS Perspective: Watching the Indonesian Elections 2014. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, pp. 32-40.

Wilson, I.D. (2014) Morality Racketeering: Vigilantism and Populist Islamic Militancy in Indonesia. In: Teik, Khoo Boo, Hadiz, Vedi and Nakanishi, Yoshihiro, (eds.) Between Dissent and Power: The Transformation of Islamic Politics in the Middle East and Asia. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 248-274.

Wilson, I.D. (2012) Selama caranya Halal’: Preman Islam di Jakarta. In: Fealey, G. and White, S., (eds.) Ustadz Seleb, Bisnis Moral &Fatwa Online: Ragam Ekspresi Islam Indonesia Kontemporer. Komunitas Bambu, Jakarta, pp. 191-206.

Wilson, I. (2012) Testing the boundaries of the state: Gangs, militias, vigilantes and violent entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia. In: Robison, R., (ed.) Routledge Handbook of Southeast Asian Politics. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London, England, pp. 288-301.

Wilson, I. (2011) Reconfiguring rackets: Racket regimes, protection and the state in post-New Order Jakarta. In: Aspinall, E. and van Klinken, G., (eds.) The State and Illegality in Indonesia. KITLV Press, Leiden, pp. 239-259.

Wilson, I.D. (2011) The biggest cock: Territoriality, invulnerability and honour amongst Jakarta’s gangsters. In: Ford, M. and Lyons, L., (eds.) Men and Masculinities in Southeast Asia. Taylor and Francis, London, UK, pp. 121-138.

Robison, R., Hout, W., Hughes, C., Hutchison, J. and Wilson, I.D. (2010) Conclusion - Where to Now? In: The elephant in the room: politics and the development problem. Asia Research Centre Policy Monograph, pp. 134-157.

Wilson, I. (2010) The rise and fall of political gangsters in Indonesian democracy. In: Aspinall, E. and Mietzner, M., (eds.) Problems of Democratisation in Indonesia: Elections, Institutions and Society. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, pp. 199-218.

Wilson, I.D. (2010) ‘The streets belong to who?’: ‘Governance’ and the Urban Informal Sector in Jakarta, Indonesia. In: The elephant in the room: politics and the development problem. Asia Research Centre Policy Monograph, pp. 113-133.

Wilson, I.D. (2009) Jakarta (Special Capital district). In: Brown, I., (ed.) The territories of Indonesia. Routledge, London, UK, pp. 74-83.

Wilson, I.D. (2008) 'As long as it's halal': Islamic preman in Jakarta. In: Fealy, G. and White, S., (eds.) Expressing Islam: religious life and politics in Indonesia. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, pp. 192-210.

Book

Wilson, I.D. (2015) The Politics of Protection Rackets in Post-New Order Indonesia: Coercive Capital, Authority and Street Politics. Routledge, New York.

Robison, R., Hout, W., Hughes, C., Hutchison, J. and Wilson, I. (eds) (2010) The elephant in the room: politics and the development problem. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch, Western Australia.

Working Paper

Wilson, I. (2010) The Biggest Cock: Territoriality, Invulnerability and Honour amongst Jakarta’s Gangsters. Indonesian Studies Working Papers No. 13. The University of Sydney.

Brown, D. and Wilson, I. (2007) Ethnicized Violence in Indonesia: The Betawi Brotherhood Forum in Jakarta. Working paper No. 145 July 2007. Murdoch University.

Wilson, I. (2005) The changing contours of organised violence in post new order Indonesia. Working paper No 118, February 2005. Murdoch University.

Thesis

Wilson, Ian Douglas (2003) The politics of inner power: the practice of pencak silat in West Java. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

Report

Rosser, A., Wilson, I. and Sulistiyanto, P. (2011) Leaders, elites and coalitions: The politics of free public services in decentralised Indonesia. Developmental Research Program Policy Paper 16. Development leadership Program

Wilson, I., Djani, L. and Masduki, T. (2009) Governing favours: An investigation of accountability mechanisms in local government budget allocation in Indonesia. Australia-Indonesia Governance Research Partnership Policy Brief 8. Crawford School of Economics and Government at The Australian National University, Canberra, ACT, Australia.

Robison, R., Wilson, I. and Meliala, A. (2008) Governing the Ungovernable: dealing with the rise of informal security in Indonesia. Asia Research Centre, Murdoch University, No.1, June.

Robison, R., Meliala, A. and Wilson, I. (2007) Implications of the informal security sector for broader state building processes in Indonesia. A Research Report for the Australia-Indonesia Governance Research Partnership.

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