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20. Networked: Business and Politics in Decentralizing Indonesia, 1998-2004.
aaaWahyu Prasetyawan. September, 2018.
19. Liberalism and the Postcolony: Thinking the State in 20th Century Philippines.
aaaLisandro E. Claudio. March, 2017.
18. Moral Politics in the Philippines: Inequality, Democracy and the Urban Poor.
aaaWataru Kusaka. February, 2017.
17. Central Banking As State Building: Policymakers and Their Nationalism in the Philippines, 1933-1964.
aaaYusuke Takagi. March, 2016.
16. Marriage Migration in Asia: Emerging Minorities at the Frontiers of Nation-States.
aaaSari K. Ishii, eds. February, 2016.
15. Catastrophe and Regeneration in Indonesia’s Peatlands: Ecology, Economy and Society.
aaaKosuke Mizuno, Motoko S. Fujita and Shuichi Kawai, eds. February, 2016.
14. Indonesian Women and Local Politics: Islam, Gender and Networks in Post-Suharto Indonesia.
aaaKurniawati Hastuti Dewi. March, 2015.
13. Identity and Pleasure: The Politics of Indonesian Screen Culture.
aaaAriel Heryanto. August, 2014.
12. The Chinese Question: Ethnicity, Nation, and Region in and beyond the Philippines.
aaaCaroline S. Hau. April, 2014.
11. Migration Revolution: Philippine Nationhood & Class Relations in a Globalized Age.
aaaFilomeno V. Aguilar Jr. May, 2014.
10. Living with Risk: Precarity & Bangkok’s Urban Poor.
aaaTamaki Endo. February, 2014.
9. Organising under the Revolution: Unions & the State in Java, 1945-48.
aaJafar Suryomenggolo. February, 2013.
8. Strong Soldiers, Failed Revolution: The State and Military in Burma, 1962-88.
aaYoshihiro Nakanishi. March, 2013.
7. Popular Culture Co-productions and Collaborations in East and Southeast Asia.
aaNissim Otmazgin and Eyal Ben-Ari, eds. November, 2012.
5. Questioning Modernity in Indonesia and Malaysia.
aaWendy Mee and Joel S. Kahn, eds. June, 2012.
4. China and the Shaping of Indonesia, 1949-1965.
aaHong Liu. November, 2011.
3. Traveling Nation-Makers: Transnational Flows and Movements in the Making of Modern Southeast Asia.
aaCaroline S. Hau and Kasian Tejapira, eds. February, 2011.
2. Populism in Asia.
aaKosuke Mizuno and Pasuk Phongpaichit, eds. September, 2009.
1.The Economic Transition in Myanmar after 1988: Market Economy versus State Control.
aaKoichi Fujita, Fumiharu Mieno and Ikuko Okamoto, eds. March, 2009.