Academic Articles
2020
  • “Finance’s new avatar”. Development, 63 (1), January 2020: 106–114. DOI: 10.1057/s41301-020-00239-z

            

2019
  • “World Bank Financializing Development”. Development, 62 (1-4), December 2019: 147-153. DOI: 10.1057/s41301-019-00206-3

  •  “What Should Africa Learn from East Asian Development?”. In Ravi Kanbur, Akbar Noman, and Joseph E. Stiglitz [eds]. The Quality of Growth in Africa. Columbia University Press, New York: 146-176. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7312/kanb19476

  • “Inequality and Economic Development”. In DOCRI. World Public Forum – Dialogue of Civilizations Anthology. Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute, Berlin: 401-407. https://doc-research.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Dialogue-of-Civilizations-Anthology_2019_slim.pdf

  • “Malaysia’s New Economic Policy”. In Rajah Rasiah and Kamal Salih (eds). Driving Development: Revisiting Razak’s role in Malaysia’s economic progress. University of Malaya Press, Kuala Lumpur: 57-74.

 

            

2018

2017

2016

2015

2013
  • “Tackling Unemployment and Growing Public Debt” (with Anis Chowdhury). In Nicolas Pons-Vignon and Mbuso Nkosi [eds]. Struggle in a time of crisis. Pluto Press, London, March 2013: 61-66.  http://www.global-labour-university.org/fileadmin/GLU_Column/papers/no_130_Sundaram.pdf

  • “Some consequences of trade liberalization in sub-Saharan Africa”. In Rorden Wilkinson and James Scott [eds]. Trade, Poverty, Development: Getting beyond the WTO’s Doha Deadlock. Routledge, London, 2013: 157-170.

  •  “Stronger recovery, more jobs for all”. Economic and Political Weekly 48 (1), 5 January 2013: 31-32.

  • “Enhancing Tax Revenues: A Global Priority”. Economic and Political Weekly 48 (3), 19 January 2013: 18-20. https://www.epw.in/journal/2013/01/commentary/stronger-recovery-more-jobs-all.html

  • “Lessons from Post-Colonial Malaysian Economic Development” (with Wee Chong Hui). In Augustin K. Fosu [ed.]. Achieving Development Success: Strategies and Lessons from the Developing World. UNU-WIDER Studies in Development Economics. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2013: 50-71. DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199671557.003.0003 

  • “Widening global income inequality”. Economic and Political Weekly 48 (17), 27 April 2013: 21-22. https://www.epw.in/journal/2013/17/commentary/widening-global-income-inequality.html

  • “New international development finance options”. Economic and Political Weekly 48 (28), 13 July 2013: 18-19. https://epw.in/journal/2013/28/commentary/new-international-development-finance-options.html

  • Финансы и реальный сектор: взаимодействие и конкуренция. Материалы IX Международного симпозиума поэволюционной экономике. 8 - 10 сентября 2011 г., Россия, Московская область, г. Пущино. / Отв. редакторы В.И.Маевский, С.Г. Кирдина. – М.: Институт экономики РАН [“Finance and real sector: cooperation and competition”. Proceedings of the IX International Symposium on Evolutionary Economics, 8-10 September 2011, Russia, Moscow region, Pushchino. / Editors VI Majewski, SG Kirdina. - M.: Institute of Economics, Russian Academy of Sciences, 2013].

  • “The best approach to economic development is pragmatism” (in conversation with Vladimir Popov). In Piotr Dukiwicz and Richard Sakwa [eds]. 22 Ideas to Fix the World: Conversations with the world’s foremost thinkers. New York University Press, New York, 2013: 355-376. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/290986662_The_best_approach_to_economic_development_is_pragmatism

  • “Reducing unemployment in the face of growing public debt” (with Anis Chowdhury). Economic and Political Weekly 48 (41), 12 October 2013: 34-38. https://epw.in/journal/2013/41/perspectives/reducing-unemployment-face-growing-public-debt.html

  •  “Is good governance a pre-requisite for Africa’s development?” (with Anis Chowdhury). Africa Review of Books, 9 (2), September 2013: 4-6. https://www.codesria.org/spip.php?article1906

  • “Poverty matters”. In The Twin Challenges of Reducing Poverty and Creating Employment. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations, New York, 2013: 23-35. https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/documents/employment/twinchallenges.pdf

  • “Employment matters”. In The Twin Challenges of Reducing Poverty and Creating Employment. Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations, New York, 2013: 105-121. https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/documents/employment/twinchallenges.pdf

 

2012
  • “Globalization in Asia: Myths and realities” and “Response”. In Khoo Boo Teik and Tatsuya Tanami [eds]. Asia – Identity, Vision and Position. Asian Public Intellectuals Fellowships Program, The Nippon Foundation, Tokyo, 2012: 82-103.

  • “Economic Liberalization and Constraints to Development in Sub-Saharan Africa” (with Rudiger von Arnim). In Akbar Noman, Kwesi Botchwey, Howard Stein and Joseph E Stiglitz [eds]. Good Growth and Governance in Africa: Rethinking Development Strategies. Oxford University Press, New York, 2012: 499-535.

  • “Rethinking Poverty”. In Isabel Ortiz, Louise Moreira Daniels and Sólrún Engilbertsdóttir [eds]. Child Poverty and Inequality: New Perspectives. UNICEF, New York, 2012: 63-68. https://www.unicef.org/socialpolicy/files/Child_Poverty_Inequality_FINAL_web.pdf

  • “Reflections on UNCTAD annual review with an attitude”. In Trade and Development Report, 1981-2011: Three Decades of Thinking Development. UNCTAD, Geneva, 2012: 113-117. https://unctad.org/en/PublicationsLibrary/gds2012d1_en.pdf

  • “Foreword”. In Sachin Chaturvedi, Thomas Fues, Elizabeth Sidiropoulos [eds]. Development Cooperation and Emerging Powers: New Partners or Old Patterns? Zed Books, London, 2012: x-xii.

  • “Drawing Lessons From the 2008 World Food Crisis”. In Arif Dirlik, Roxann Prazniak and Alexander Woodside [eds]. Global Capitalism and the Future of Agrarian Society. Paradigm Books, Boulder, CO, 2012: 307-319. https://www.jstor.org/stable/25664250

  • “Poverty Matters”. Economic and Political Weekly 47 (49), 8 December 2012: 22-26. https://epw.in/journal/2012/49/commentary/poverty-matters.html

 

2011
  • “Globalization and development in sub-Saharan Africa” (with Oliver Schwank and Rudiger von Arnim). February, DESA working paper 102 (ST/ESA/2011/DWP/102), United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, New York, 2011. https://www.un.org/esa/desa/papers/2011/wp102_2011.pdf

  • “Introduction”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Reforming the International Financial System for Development. Columbia University Press, New York, 2011: xiii-xxv. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7312/kwam15764

  • “The Global Financial and Economic Crisis and Its Impact on Development”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Reforming the International Financial System for Development. Columbia University Press, New York: 55-83. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7312/kwam15764 , 2011

  •  “Lessons from Privatization” (with Jeff Tan). In ISIS [ed.]. Malaysia: Policies and Issues in Economic Development. Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, 2011: 329-364. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1943-0787.2011.01325.x

  • “Introduction” (with Anis Chowdhury). In Jomo Kwame Sundaram and Anis Chowdhury [eds]. Poor Poverty: The impoverishment of analysis, measurement and policies. Bloomsbury Academic in association with the United Nations, London and New York, 2011: 1-10.

  • “The Global Green New Deal”. World Policy Journal, XXVIII (1), Spring, 2011: 6. https://www.jstor.org/stable/i40072081

  • “Structural Causes and Consequences of the 2008–2009 Financial Crisis” (with Felice Noelle Rodriguez). In Craig Calhoun and Georgi Derlugian [eds]. Aftermath: A New Global Economic Order? Social Science Research Council and New York University Press, New York, 2011: 97-117. DOI:10.18574/nyu/9780814772836.003.0005

  • “The G20 and Development: From Financial Stability to Sustained Growth”. In Colin I. Bradford and Wonhyuk Lim [eds]. Global Leadership In Transition: Making the G20 More Effective and Responsive. Korea Development Institute, Seoul, and Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC, 2011: 191-200. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7864/j.ctt1261q3

  • “Multilateralism, the United Nations and global governance”. In The United Nations in Global Governance: A Latin American and Caribbean perspective. ECLAC and Ministry of External Relations, Government of Chile, Santiago, 2011: 49-54.

  • “Reforming the International Monetary ‘Non-System’”. In Werner Puschra and Sara Burke [eds]. New Directions for International Financial & Monetary Policy: Reducing Inequality for Shared Societies. September, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, New York: 17-19. http://library.fes.de/pdf-files/iez/08479.pdf

  • “A Global Green New Deal for Economic Recovery: Addressing the Financial, Climate, Food, Jobs and Development Crises Together”. The Allama Iqbal Lecture. The Pakistan Development Review 50 (4), Part I, Winter, 2011: 295-303. https://www.jstor.org/stable/23617700

  •  “G8 should deliver on aid pledges to sub-Saharan Africa”. (with Rudiger von Arnim) G8 Summit Magazine, Deauville, France, May 2011.

 

    

2010
  • “James Puthucheary, a committed scholar”. In Dominic Puthucheary and Jomo K. S. [eds]. James Puthucheary: No Cowardly Past – Writings, Poems, Commentaries. SIRD, Petaling Jaya: 91-112.

  • “Lessons from the 2008 World Food Crisis”. Economic and Political Weekly 45 (12), 20 March: 35-40.https://www.epw.in/journal/2010/12/perspectives/lessons-2008-world-food-crisis.html  

  • Thematic Forum on Global Challenges - Chair’s Compilation 64th Session of the UN General Assembly Economic and Financial Committee 2009/2010. Permanent Mission of the Republic of Korea to the United Nations, New York: 10-13, 19-21.

 

2009
  • “Causes of the 1997-1998 East Asian Crises and Obstacles to Implementing Lessons”. In Richard W. Carney [ed.]. Lessons from the Asian Financial Crisis. Routledge, London: 33-63 (chapter 3).

  •  “Export-oriented Industrialization, Female Employment and Gender Wage Equity in East Asia”. Economic and Political Weekly44 (1), 3 January: 41-49. https://www.epw.in/journal/2009/01/special-articles/export-oriented-industrialisation-female-employment-and-gender-wage

  •  “Trade liberalization and economic development” (with Rudiger von Arnim). Science (American Academy for the Advancement of Science) 323, 9 January: 211-212. https://science.sciencemag.org/content/323/5911/211

  • “How the global crisis struck”. New Agenda, 34, second quarter 2011: 16-20.

  • “Good governance, anti-corruption and economic development”. In Robert I. Rotberg [ed.]. Corruption, Global Security, and World Order. Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, for American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and World Peace Foundation, Cambridge, MA, 2011: 457-468. https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7864/j.ctt6wpgj4?turn_away=true

  • “Financial liberalization, crises and the role of capital controls: The Malaysian case”. In Jayati Ghosh and C. P. Chandrasekhar [eds]. After Crisis: Adjustment, Recovery And Fragility in East Asia. Tulika Books, New Delhi, 2011: 180-190. https://www.jstor.org/stable/40277054?seq=1

  • “Foreword 2 – The role of the private sector in fighting corruption: Essential for meeting local and global governance challenges”. In Transparency International. Global Corruption Report 2009: Corruption and the Private Sector. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2011: xx-xxi. https://www.transparency.org/en/publications/global-corruption-report-2009

  • “Introduction”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Reforming the International Financial System for Development: Lessons from the current and recent crises in developing countries. G24 Intergovernmental Group on International Monetary Affairs and Development, Washington, DC, 2011: xiii-xiv.

  • “What can the developing world learn from post-colonial Malaysia’s development experience?”. In Nungsari Ahmad Radhi and Suryani Senja Alias [eds]. Readings on Development: Malaysia 2057: Uncommon Voices, Common Aspirations. Khazanah Nasional, Kuala Lumpur, 2011: 263-272.

  • “Keynote address at Washington meeting”. In The Global Financial Crisis and International Financial Institutions: Governance Perspectives for Developing Countries. InWEnt, Bonn: 51-54.

  • “Reconsidering public-private partnerships in developing countries” (with Anis Chowdhury). International Journal of Institutions and Economies 1 (2), October 2011: 191-205. https://ideas.repec.org/a/umk/journl/v1y2009i2p199-205.html

  • “Keynote Address”. In Report: The Global Financial Crisis – Implications for Women. 8-12 November 2009, Haifa, Israel. Golda Meir Mount Carmel International Training Center, Haifa, 2011: 19-27.

2008
  • “A Critical Review of the Evolving Privatization Debate”. In Gerard Roland [ed.]. Privatization: Successes and Failures. Columbia University Press, New York, 2008: 199-212.

  • “Concerted action urgently needed to avoid meltdown”. IPS UN Journal, 16 (31), 2008: 6.

  • “The East Asian newly industrializing countries”. In Amitava K. Dutt and Jaime Ros [eds]. International Handbook of Development Economics. Volume Two. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2008: 569-578 (chapter 70).

  • “Preface”. In Jomo K. S. with Wong Sau Ngan [eds]. Law, Institutions and Malaysian Economic Development. National University of Singapore Press, Singapore, 2008: vii-xii.

  • “Making Malaysia legally” (with Wong Sau Ngan). In Jomo K. S. with Wong Sau Ngan [eds]. Law, Institutions and Malaysian Economic Development. National University of Singapore Press, Singapore, 2008: 1-21. 

  • “The political economy of post-colonial transformation” (with Chang Yii Tan). In Jomo K. S. with Wong Sau Ngan [eds]. Law, Institutions and Malaysian Economic Development. National University of Singapore Press, Singapore, 2008: 22-53.

  • “Colonial land law and the transformation of Malay peasant agriculture”. In Jomo K. S. with Wong Sau Ngan [eds]. Law, Institutions and Malaysian Economic Development. National University of Singapore Press, Singapore, 2008: 129-155.

  • “Labour laws and industrial relations” (with Vijayakumari Kanapathy). In Jomo K. S. with Wong Sau Ngan [eds]. Law, Institutions and Malaysian Economic Development. National University of Singapore Press, Singapore, 2008: 156-176.

  • “Investment and technology policy: Government intervention, regulation and incentives”. In Jomo K. S. with Wong Sau Ngan [eds]. Law, Institutions and Malaysian Economic Development. National University of Singapore Press, Singapore, 2008: 177-202.

  • “Institutional initiatives for crisis management, 1998” (with Wong Sook Ching). In Jomo K. S. with Wong Sau Ngan [eds]. Law, Institutions and Malaysian Economic Development. National University of Singapore Press, Singapore, 2008: 203-221.

  • “Corporate governance reform for East Asia”. In Jomo K. S. with Wong Sau Ngan [eds]. Law, Institutions and Malaysian Economic Development. National University of Singapore Press, Singapore, 2008: 222-239.

  • “Political economy of today’s global hunger, food crisis”. SUNS – South-North Development Monitor 6510, 4 July 2008.

  • “Lektionen aus der Ostasienkrise” (Lessons from the East Asian crisis). In Karin Kublock and Cornelia Staritz [eds]. Asienkrise: Lektionen gelernt? VSA Verlag, Hamburg: 127-142.

  • “Economic Liberalization and Constraints to Development in Sub-Saharan Africa” (with Rudiger von Arnim). September, DESA working paper 67 (ST/ESA/2011/DWP/67), United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, New York, 2008. https://www.un.org/esa/desa/papers/2008/wp67_2008.pdf

  • “Obstacles to Implementing Lessons from the 1997-1998 East Asian Crises”. August 2008, DESA working paper 66 (ST/ESA/2011/DWP/66), United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, New York, 2008. https://www.un.org/development/desa/publications/working-paper/obstacles-to-implementing-lessons-from-east-asian-crises

  • “Capital Management Techniques In Developing Countries: Managing Capital Flows in Malaysia, India, and China” (with Gerald Epstein and Ilene Grabel). In Jose Antonio Campo and Joseph E. Stiglitz [eds]. Capital Market Liberalization and Development. Oxford University Press, New York, 2008: 139-169. https://unctad.org/en/docs/gdsmdpbg2420043_en.pdf

  • “The financial crisis and the developing world”. Multinational Monitor 29 (3), November/December 2008: 31-33. https://multinationalmonitor.org/mm2008/112008/interview-ks.html

  • “Trade Liberalisation for Development? Who Gains? Who Loses?” (with Rudiger von Arnim). Economic and Political Weekly 43 (48), 29 November 2008: 11-12. https://www.jstor.org/stable/40278226?seq=1

  • “Trade theory status quo despite Krugman” (with Rudiger von Arnim). Economic and Political Weekly 43 (49), 6 December 2008: 29-31. https://www.epw.in/journal/2008/49/economics-paul-krugman-specials/trade-theory-status-quo-despite-krugman.html

  • “The Marshall Plan at 60: The General’s Successful War On Poverty”. UN Chronicle (with Erik Reinert), 2008.

  • http://www.un.org/Pubs/chronicle/2008/webarticles/080103_marshallplan.html

  • “Inequality and Economic Development”. UN Chronicle, 2008.

  • http://www.un.org/Pubs/chronicle/2008/webarticles/080226_economic_development.html

  • “The Climate Change Challenge”. UN Chronicle, 2008.

  • http://www.un.org/Pubs/chronicle/2008/webarticles/080226_climate_challenge.html  

 

2007
  • “Preface”. In Jomo K. S. with Jacques Baudot [eds]. Flat World, Big Gaps: Economic Liberalization, Globalization, Poverty and Inequality. United Nations Publications, New York, with Zed Books, London, Orient Longman, Hyderabad, and Third World Network, Penang: xvii-xxviii.

  • “Growth with equity in East Asia”. In Jomo K. S. with Jacques Baudot [eds]. Flat World, Big Gaps: Economic Liberalization, Globalization, Poverty and Inequality. United Nations Publications, New York, with Zed Books, London, Orient Longman, Hyderabad, and Third World Network, Penang: 353-375.

  • “Preface”. In Jose Antonio Ocampo, Jomo K. S. and Sarbuland Khan [eds]. Policy Matters: Economic And Social Policies To Sustain Equitable Development. United Nations Publications, New York, with Zed Books, London, Orient Longman, Hyderabad, and Third World Network, Penang: xi-xv.

  • “Preface”. In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Malaysian Industrial Policy. National University of Singapore Press, Singapore, and University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu: xiii-xxv.

  • “Investment Policy In Malaysia” (with Greg Felker). In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Malaysian Industrial Policy. National University of Singapore Press, Singapore, and University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu: 55-80.

  • “Technology Policy In Malaysia” (with Greg Felker). In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Malaysian Industrial Policy. National University of Singapore Press, Singapore, and University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu: 119-149. Revised version published in International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development, 1 (2): 153-178.

  • “Rent-Seeking And Industrial Policy In Malaysia” (with Hasli Hasan). In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Malaysian Industrial Policy. National University of Singapore Press, Singapore, and University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu: 150-171.

  • “Equity in Malaysian health care: An analysis of public health expenditures and health care facilities”. In Chee Heng Leng and Simon Barraclough [eds]. Health care in Malaysia: The dynamics of provision, financing and access. Routledge, London: 102-116.

  • “Policy space? Overcoming constraints to pursuing national development strategies”. In Bhumika Muchhala [ed.]. The policy space debate: Does a Globalized and Multilateral Economy Constrain Development Policies? Asia Program Special Report No. 136, April, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC: 8-16.

  • “Bringing the South back in: Some thoughts on academic publishing”. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 8 (3): 449-453.https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14649370701393899

  • “Making Poverty History? Unequal Development Today”. IIAS Newsletter 45: 10-11. https://www.iias.asia/the-newsletter/article/making-poverty-history-unequal-development-today

  • “What Did We Really Learn from the 1997-98 Asian Debacle?” In Bhumika Muchhala [ed.]. Ten years after: Revisiting the Asian Financial Crisis. Asia Program, October, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC: 21-37.

  • “Financial Liberalisation, Crises and the Role of Capital Controls: The Malaysian Case”. Economic and Political Weekly XLII (50), Dec. 15-21: 73-78. https://www.jstor.org/stable/40277054

  • “Explaining Growth Divergences”. In Jose Antonio Ocampo, Jomo K. S. and Robert Vos [eds]. Growth Divergences: Explaining differences in economic performance. United Nations Publications, New York, with Zed Books, London, Orient Longman, Hyderabad, and Third World Network, Penang: 1-24.

  • “Towards full employment and decent work: An introduction”. In Jose Antonio Ocampo and Jomo K. S. [eds]. Towards full and decent employment. United Nations Publications, New York, with Zed Books, London, Orient Longman, Hyderabad, and Third World Network, Penang: 1-21.

  • “Economic liberalisation and development in Africa”. In Paul Tiyambe Zeleza [ed.]. The Study of Africa. Volume II: Global and Transnational Engagements. Codesria, Dakar: 62-85. https://www.codesria.org/spip.php?article1332&lang=en

  • “Poverty Reduction: A Note on Measurement and Policy”. In Shankaran Nambiar [ed.]. Reassessing Poverty In Malaysia. Wisdom House, Leeds: 170-187.

 

2006
  • “Growth with Equity in East Asia?” September, DESA working paper 33 (ST/ESA/2011/DWP/33), United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, New York. https://www.un.org/esa/desa/papers/2006/wp33_2006.pdf

  • “Preface”. In Jomo K. S. and Ben Fine [eds]. The New Development Economics: After the Washington Consensus (with Ben Fine). Zed Books, London, and Tulika, New Delhi: vii-xii.

  • “Introduction”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. The Long Twentieth Century -- Globalization Under Hegemony: The Changing World Economy.Oxford University Press, New Delhi: 1-29.

  • “Introduction”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. The Long Twentieth Century -- The Great Divergence: Hegemony, Uneven Development and Global Inequality. Oxford University Press, New Delhi: 1-24. 

  • “External liberalization, economic performance, and distribution in Malaysia” (with Tan Eu Chye). In Lance Taylor [ed.]. External liberalization in Asia, Post-socialist Europe, and Brazil. Oxford University Press, New York: 232-266.

  • “Imperialism is Alive and Well: Globalization and East Asia after September 11”. In Craig Calhoun, Frederick Cooper and Kevin W. Moore [eds]. Lessons of Empire: Imperial Histories and American Power. The New Press, New York: 253-268.

  • “An Afterword”. To Mokhzani Abdul Rahim. Credit in a Malay peasant economy. Arus Intelek, with Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur: 313-332.

  • “Macroeconomic policy, growth, redistribution and poverty reduction: the case of Malaysia”. In G. A. Cornia [ed.]. Pro-Poor Macroeconomics: Potential and Limitations. Palgrave, Basingstoke: 193-216.

  • “Ethnic Discrimination: A Critical Survey of Economic Explanations”. In Bruce Corrie and Samuel L. Myers, Jr [eds].Racial and Ethnic Economic Inequality: An International Perspective. Peter Lang Publishing, New York: 35-45.

  • “Pathways through Financial Crisis: Malaysia”. Global Governance, 12 (4), October-December. Special issue on ‘Understanding Pathways through Financial Crises and the impact of the IMF’, edited by Ngaire Woods: 489-505. https://www.jstor.org/stable/27800633

  • “The Inequality Predicament”. UN Chronicle 43 (1): 51.

  • http://www.un.org/Pubs/chronicle/2006/issue1/0106p51.htm

  • “Economic Development and Regional Cooperation in East Asia”. In Indermit Gill, Yukon Huang and Homi Kharas [eds].East Asian Visions: Perspectives on Economic Development. World Bank, Washington, DC, and Institute of Policy Studies, Singapore: 75-90. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/892581468234279087/East-Asian-visions-perspectives-on-economic-development

  • “After the Washington Consensus: The IMF, World Bank and Economic Development”. IPS (Institute of Policy Studies) Newsletter No. 4, October (7 pp)

  • http://www.ips.org.sg/events/ips-ess/IPS-ESS%20Breakfast%20with%20Jomo.pdf

 

2005
  • “Before the Storm: The Impact of Foreign Capital Inflows on the Malaysian Economy, 1966-1996” (with Wong Hwa Kiong). Journal of Asia-Pacific Economy 10 (1), February: 56-69. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/232912472_Before_the_Storm_The_Impact_of_Foreign_Capital_Inflows_on_the_Malaysian_Economy_1966-1996

  • “Islam, Socialism and Marxism: Clarifying Incompatibilities”. In Riaz Hassan [ed.]. Local and Global: Social Transformation in Southeast Asia – Essays in Honour of Professor Syed Hussein Alatas. Brill Social Sciences in Asia 3. Brill, Leiden & Boston: 71-80. https://b-ok.cc/book/947177/faa528

  • “Malaysia’s New Economic Policy and ‘National Unity’”. In Yusuf Bangura and Rodolfo Stavenhagen [eds]. Racism and Public Policy. Palgrave, Houndmills, for United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, Geneva: 182-214.

  • “Capital Management Techniques in Developing Countries” (with Gerald Epstein and Ilene Grabel). In Gerald Epstein [ed.]. Capital Flight and Capital Controls in Developing Countries. Edward Elgar, Aldershot: 301-333. 

  • “What remains of the East Asian model?”. In Costas Lapavitsas and Makoto Noguchi [eds]. Beyond Market-Driven Development: Drawing on the experience of Asia and Latin America. Routledge, London: 117-135. https://ideas.repec.org/p/unc/g24pap/10.html

  • “Introduction” (with Erik Reinert). In Jomo K. S. and Erik Reinert [eds].The Origins of Development Economics: How Schools of Economic Thought Have Addressed Development. Zed Books, London, and Tulika, New Delhi: vii-xxii.

  • “Introduction”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. The Pioneers of Development Economics: Great Economists on Development. Zed Books, London, and Tulika, Delhi: vii-xiii. 

  • “Economic Reform for Whom?: Beyond the Washington Consensus”. post-autistic economics review, 35, 5 December: 11-18. http://www.paecon.net/PAEReview/issue35/Jomo35.htm

 

2004
  • “Crises, Recovery and Reforms in East Asia”. In Meghnad Desai and Yahia Said [eds]. Global Governance and Financial Crises. Routledge, London: 83-120.

  • “Mahathir’s Economic Policy Legacy”. In Bridget Welsh [ed.]. Reflections – The Mahathir Years. Southeast Asia Studies Program, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC: 253-262.

  • “Malaysia”. In Hadi Soesastro and Jomo K. S. The Outlook for Indonesian and Malaysian Economies 2004. Trends in Southeast Asia Series: 5, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore: 13-19.

  • https://bookshop.iseas.edu.sg/publication/1710

  • “Malaysia’s September 1998 Controls: Background, Context, Impacts, Comparisons, Implications, Lessons”. In Capital Controls in Financial Crises: The Malaysian Experience. The Malaysian Society, University of Essex, Colchester: 10-41.

  • “Lessons From The East Asian Crisis of 1997-98”. In Bertil Tungodden, Nicholas Stern, and Ivar Kolstad [eds]. Toward Pro-Poor Policies – Aid, Institutions and Globalization. Oxford University Press, New York, for World Bank: 249-278. http://wbln0018.worldbank.org/eurvp/web.nsf/Pages/Paper+by+Jomo+KS/$File/JOMO+KS.PDF

  • “Higashi-Ajia-Moderu-no Nani-ga Nokoronoka” [What Remains of the East Asian Model?]. In Noguchi Makoto, Hirakawa Hitoshi and Sano Makoto [eds]. Han-gurobarizumu no Kaihatsu Keizaigaku [Beyond Market-Driven Development]. Nippon Hyoronsha, Tokyo: 135-156. 

  • “Some East Asian Lessons for African Development”. In Alemayehu Seyoum, Assefa Admassie, Befekadu Degefe, Berhanu Nega, Mulat Demeke, Tadesse Biru Kersemeo, Wolday Amha [eds]. Proceedings of the First International Conference on the Ethiopian Economy. Volume 1. Ethiopian Economic Association, Addis Ababa: 281-309. http://www.networkideas.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Ethiopia_Conference_Jomo.pdf

  • “Implications of Economic Neo-Liberalism on Human Security”. In Surichai Wun’gaeo [ed.]. Human Security Now: Strengthening Policy Networks in Southeast Asia. Chulalongkorn University Center for Social Development Studies, Bangkok: 26-33. http://www.csds.polsci.chula.ac.th/publications/HS%20Now%20CONTENT.html

  • “Southeast Asian Developmental States in Comparative East Asian Perspective”. In Linda Low [ed.]. Developmental States: Relevancy, Redundancy or Reconfiguration? Nova Science Publishers, Hauppauge, NY: 57-77.

  • “Afterword: James Puthucheary, a committed scholar”. To James Puthucheary. Ownership and control in the Malayan economy. INSAN, Kuala Lumpur: 184-204.

2003
  • “From Financial Liberalization To Crisis in Malaysia” (with Chin Kok Fay). In Chung H. Lee [ed.]. Financial Liberalization and the Economic Crisis in Asia. RoutledgeCurzon, London: 104-132.

  • “Social Policy, Financial Crisis and Macroeconomic Response”. In Katherine Marshall and Olivier Butzbach [eds]. New Social Policy Agendas for Europe and Asia: Challenges, Experiences, and Lessons. World Bank, Washington DC: 111-112. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/873681468770664848/pdf/multi0page.pdf

  • “Growth with Equity in East Asia?”. In Jayati Ghosh & C. P. Chandrasekhar [eds]. Work and Well-being in the Age of Finance: Muttukadu Papers 1. Tulika, New Delhi: 410-468.

  • “Growth and vulnerability before and after the Asian crisis – The fallacy of the universal model”. In Martin Andersson and Christer Gunnarsson [eds]. Development and Structural Change in Asia-Pacific: Globalising miracles or end of a model?. RoutledgeCurzon, London: 170-197.

  • “Reforming East Asia for Sustainable Development”. Asian Business & Management, 2 (1), April: 7-38. Reprinted in Thomas Clarke and Marie Dela Rama [eds] (2006). Corporate Governance and Globalisation. Volume II: Development and Regulation. Routledge, London: 280-310.

  • “Introduction: Southeast Asia’s Ersatz Miracle”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Southeast Asian Paper Tigers? From Miracle To Debacle And Beyond. RoutledgeCurzon, London: 1-18.

  • “Growth with Equity In East Asia?”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Southeast Asian Paper Tigers? From Miracle To Debacle And Beyond. RoutledgeCurzon, London: 196-219. 

  • “New Approaches To Investment Policy in the ASEAN 4” (with Greg Felker). In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Southeast Asian Paper Tigers? From Miracle To Debacle And Beyond. RoutledgeCurzon, London: 81-135.

  • “Financial Governance And Crisis In Southeast Asia” (with Natasha Hamilton-Hart). In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Southeast Asian Paper Tigers? From Miracle To Debacle And Beyond. RoutledgeCurzon, London: 220-279.

  • “Rethinking Economic Discrimination”. American Economic Review. 93 (2): 338-342. https://www.aeaweb.org/articles?id=10.1257/000282803321947317

  • “Capital Flows Into and From Malaysia”. In Stephany Griffith-Jones, Ricardo Gottschalk and Jacques Cailloux [eds]. International Capital Flows in Calm and Turbulent Times: The Need for New International Architecture. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, MI: 107-161.

  • “Introduction” (with Ken Togo). In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Manufacturing Competitiveness: How Internationally Competitive National Firms And Industries Developed In East Asia. RoutledgeCurzon, London: 1-17. 

  • “Industrial Policy And The Emergence Of Internationally Competitive Manufacturing Firms In Malaysia” (with Rajah Rasiah, Rokiah Alavi, Jaya Gopal). In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Manufacturing Competitiveness: How Internationally Competitive National Firms And Industries Developed In East Asia. RoutledgeCurzon, London: 106-172. 

  • “Uneven Development and Relative Surplus Population: A Conceptual Outline”. In Bernard Founou-Tchuigoua, Sams Dine Sy & Amady A. Dieng [eds]. Critical Social Thought for the XXIst Century: Essays in Honour of Samir Amin. L’Harmattan, Paris for Forum du Tiers-Monde: 185-196.

  • “The Political Economy of Malaysian Federalism: Economic Development, Public Policy and Conflict Containment” (with Wee Chong Hui). Journal of International Development (Special Issue on ‘Explaining Violent Conflict: Going Beyond Greed Versus Grievance’. Edited by Tony Addison and S. Mansoob Murshed) 15 (4): 441-456. http://archive.unu.edu/hq/library/Collection/PDF_files/WIDER/WIDERdp2002.113.pdf

  • “Introduction” (with Brian Folk). In Jomo K. S. and Brian C. Folk [eds]. Ethnic Business: Chinese Capitalism in Southeast Asia. RoutledgeCurzon, London: 1-9.

  • “Chinese Capitalism in Southeast Asia”. In Jomo K. S. and Brian C. Folk [eds]. Ethnic Business: Chinese Capitalism in Southeast Asia. RoutledgeCurzon, London: 10-25.

  • “Capital management techniques in developing countries” (with Gerald Epstein and Ilene Grabel). In Ariel Buira [ed.]. Challenges to the World Bank and IMF: Developing Country Perspectives. Anthem, London: 141-174. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/291889613_Challenges_to_the_World_Bank_and_IMF_Developing_country_perspectives

  • “Outlook for East Asia: US Dependency and Deflation”. In Ann Pettifor [ed.]. Real World Economic Outlook: The Legacy Of Globalization: Debt And Deflation. Palgrave, Houndmills: 104-107.

  • “Comments on Zainal Aznam Yusof, ‘Malaysia’s Response to the China Challenge’”. Asian Economic Papers, 2 (2): 74-76. https://www.deepdyve.com/lp/mit-press/comments-by-jomo-kwame-sundaram-and-discussion-HnUnyfdlBY

  • “Resource Exports and Resource Processing for Export in Southeast Asia” (with Michael Rock). In Ernest Aryeetey, Julius Court, Machiko Nissanke, Beatrice Weder [eds]. Asia and Africa in the Global Economy. United Nations University Press, Tokyo: 128-174.

  • “Economic Considerations for a Renewed Nationalism”. Goft-o-gu (Dialogue between South and South), 37: 69-114 (in Persian).

  • “The US and East Asia, Before and After September 11, 2001”. In Gyosei Kokubun [ed.]. How is America seen in Asia following September 11. Fiftieth Anniversary International Symposium. Japan Association for Asian Studies (JAAS), Tokyo: chapter 3.

  • “Development Economics: Beyond the Washington Consensus”. In Poverty and Governance: RAWOO Lectures and 25th Anniversary Conference. Publication No. 26. RAWOO (Netherlands Development Assistance Research Council), Den Haag: 138-141.

  • “Malaysia's September 1998 Controls: Background, Contents, Impacts, Comparisons, Implications, Lessons”. G-24 discussion paper, UNCTAD, Geneva. 32pp (www.g24.org/ksjomgva.pdf)

2002
  • “Crisis and recovery in Malaysia: the role of capital controls”. Asian-Pacific Economic Literature 16 (1): 57-58.https://www.researchgate.net/publication/264612552_Crisis_and_Recovery_in_Malaysia_the_role_of_capital_controls

  • “Capital Controls: The experience of Malaysia”. World Economics, 3 (1), January-March: 125-143. https://www.world-economics-journal.com/ArticleDetails.details?ID=94

  • “Introduction”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Ugly Malaysians? South-South Investments Abused. Institute for Black Studies, Durban: 1-8.

  • “Southeast Asia: From Miracle To Debacle”. In Luigi Tomba [ed.]. East Asian Capitalism: Conflicts, Growth and Crisis. Annali della Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, No. XXXVI, Feltrinelli, Milan: 3-36.

  • “The Political Economy of Malaysian Federalism: Economic Development, Public Policy and Conflict Containment” (with Wee Chong Hui). WIDER Discussion Paper No. 2002/113, November, World Institute of Development Economics Research, United Nations University, Helsinki. http://archive.unu.edu/hq/library/Collection/PDF_files/WIDER/WIDERdp2002.113.pdf

  • “Asian Values and the East Asian Crisis”. Coordinated by Candido Mendes. Enrique Rodriguez Larreta [ed.]. Identity and Difference in the Global Era. Editora Universidade Candido Mendes, Rio de Janeiro for UNESCO/ISSC/EDUCAM: 331-342.

 

2001
  • “Introduction”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Malaysian Eclipse: Economic Crisis and Recovery. Zed Books, London: xxii-xlii.

  • “From Currency Crisis to Recession: Some Macroeconomic Dimensions”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Malaysian Eclipse: Economic Crisis and Recovery. Zed Books, London: 1-46.

  • “Financial Regulation, Crisis and Responses” (with Natasha Hamilton-Hart). In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Malaysian Eclipse: Economic Crisis and Recovery. Zed Books, London: 67-89.

  • “Financial Liberalisation and System Vulnerability” (with Chin Kok Fay). In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Malaysian Eclipse: Economic Crisis and Recovery. Zed Books, London: 90-133.

  • “Capital Flows”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Malaysian Eclipse: Economic Crisis and Recovery. Zed Books, London: 134-173.

  • “Capital Flows Volatility” (with Liew San Yee and Laura Kaehler). In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Malaysian Eclipse: Economic Crisis and Recovery. Zed Books, London: 174-198.

  • “Capital Controls”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Malaysian Eclipse: Economic Crisis and Recovery. Zed Books, London: 199-215.

  • “Social Impacts (with Lee Hwok Aun)”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Malaysian Eclipse: Economic Crisis and Recovery. Zed Books, London: 216-255.

  • “East Asian Comparisons”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Malaysian Eclipse: Economic Crisis and Recovery. Zed Books, London: 256-294.

  • “Rethinking the Role of Government Policy in Southeast Asia”. In Joseph E. Stiglitz and Shahid Yusuf [eds]. Rethinking the East Asian Miracle. Oxford University Press, New York, and World Bank, Washington DC: 461-508.

  • “Financial Reform and Crisis in Malaysia” (with Chin Kok Fay). In Masayoshi Tsurumi [ed.]. Financial Big Bang in Asia.Ashgate, Aldershot: 225-249. 

  • “Malaysia”. In Joel Krieger [ed.]. The Oxford Companion to Politics of the World. 2nd edition. Oxford University Press, New York: 517-518. 

  • “Editor’s Note”. In Memoirs of Khatijah Sidek. Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi: 11-12.

  • “Introduction”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Reinventing Malaysia: Reflections on Its Past and Future. Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi: 7-11. https://www.jstor.org/stable/20072489

  • “Malaysian Debacle: Whose Fault?”. In Ha-Joon Chang, Gabriel Palma and D. Hugh Whittaker [eds]. Financial Liberalization and the Asian Crisis. Palgrave, Houndmills: 102-123. https://ideas.repec.org/a/oup/cambje/v22y1998i6p707-22.html

  • “Introduction: Growth and Structural Change in the Second-tier Southeast Asian NICs”. In Jomo K. S. [ed.]. Southeast Asia’s Industrialization. Palgrave, Houndmills: 1-29. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/305232318_Introduction_Growth_and_Structural_Change_in_the_Second-Tier_Southeast_Asian_NICs

  • “Introduction”. In Jomo K. S. and Shyamala Nagaraj [eds]. Globalization Versus Development: Heterodox Perspectives. Palgrave, Houndmills: xvii-xvii. 

  • “Implications of the GATT Uruguay Round for the Malaysian Economy” (with Mohamed Aslam Gulam Hassan). In Jomo K. S. and Shyamala Nagaraj [eds]. Globalization Versus Development: Heterodox Perspectives. Palgrave, Houndmills: 26-58. 

  • “Industrial Financing Options: Lessons for Malaysia” (with Chin Kok Fay). In Jomo K. S. and Shyamala Nagaraj [eds]. Globalization Versus Development: Heterodox Perspectives. Palgrave, Houndmills: 140-160.

  • “International Financial Liberalisation and the Crisis of East Asian Development”. In Jomo K. S. and Shyamala Nagaraj [eds]. Globalization Versus Development: Heterodox Perspectives. Palgrave, Houndmills: 188-216.

  • “Global Social Policy Forum”. Global Social Policy. 1 (2): 160-162.

  • “Governance, rent-seeking and private investment in Malaysia”. In J. Edgardo Campos [ed.]. Corruption: The Boom and Bust of East Asia. Ateneo de Manila University Press, Manila: 131-162.

  • “Growth after the Asian Crisis: What remains of the East Asian model?” Reprinted in Hans Singer, Neelambar Hatti and Rameshwar Tandon [eds]. The NICs after the Asian Crisis. Ch. 48. New World Order series vol. 23. B.R. Publishing, New Delhi. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/23795477_Growth_after_the_Asian_crisis_what_remains_of_the_East_Asian_model

  • “Globalization, Export-Oriented Industrialization, Female Employment And Equity In East Asia”. Paper prepared for the UNRISD Project on ‘Globalization, Export-Oriented Employment for Women and Social Policy’, October, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, Geneva. http://www.unrisd.org/unrisd/website/document.nsf/ab82a6805797760f80256b4f005da1ab/1cb33e5486c0ea27c1256bb8005618a4/$FILE/jomo1.pdf

 

2000
  • “Financial Reform and Crisis in Malaysia” (with Chin Kok Fay). In Masayoshi Tsurumi [ed.]. Financial Crisis and System Reform in Asia. Hosei University Press, Tokyo (in Japanese).

  • “Introduction” (with Mushtaq H. Khan). In Mushtaq Khan and Jomo K. S. [eds]. Rents, Rent-Seeking and Economic Development: Theory and the Asian Evidence. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 1-20.

  • “Creating Efficient Rent-seeking Rights for Development: The Malaysian Dilemma” (with E. T. Gomez). In Mushtaq Khan and Jomo K. S. [eds]. Rents, Rent-Seeking and Economic Development: Theory and the Asian Evidence. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 274-303.

  • “Financial Sector Rents in Malaysia” (with Chin Kok Fay). In Mushtaq Khan and Jomo K. S. [eds]. Rents, Rent-Seeking and Economic Development: Theory and the Asian Evidence. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 304-326.

  • “Economic Considerations for a Renewed Nationalism”. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 30 (3): 338-368.

  • “Some Social Consequences of the 1997-8 Economic Crisis in Malaysia” (with Lee Hwok Aun). In Social Impacts of the Asian Economic Crisis in Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines. Thailand Development Research Institute, Bangkok: 167-228.

  • “La libéralisation financière internationale et la crise du développement est-asiatique”. Afrique et Developpement, 25 (1&2): 1-48. https://www.jstor.org/stable/43658032

1999
  • “Development Planning in Malaysia: A Critical Appraisal”. In B.N. Ghosh and Muhammad Syukri Salleh [eds]. Political Economy of Development in Malaysia. Utusan Publications, Kuala Lumpur: 85-104.

  • “Riba: Interest, Usury or Surplus? Alternative Interpretations and Their Economic Implications”. Journal of Alternative Political Economy, 1 (1), January: 42-45.

  • The Role of Law and Legal Institutions in Asian Economic Development, 1960-1995. By Katherina Pistor, Phillip A. Wellons and others. Asian Development Bank, Manila.

  • “Comments on ‘African Experiences’”. In FASID [ed.]. Microeconomies and Structural Adjustment in Africa: Experiences and Prospects of Small Business and Farmers. Japan International Cooperation Agency & Foundation for Advanced Studies in International Development, Tokyo: 129-135.

  • “Comment: Crisis and the Developmental State in East Asia”. In Richard Robison, Mark Beeson, Kanishka Jayasuriya and H-R Kim [eds]. Politics and Markets in the Wake of the Asian Crisis. Routledge, London: 25-33.

  • “Malaysia”. In Ian Marsh, Jean Blondel & Takashi Inoguchi [eds]. Democracy, Governance and Economic Performance: East and Southeast Asia. United Nations University Press, Tokyo: 230-260. 

  • “Globalization and Human Development in East Asia”. In UNDP, Globalization With A Human Face: Human Development Report 1999, Background Papers. Vol. 2. Human Development Report Office, United Nations Development Programme, New York, 1999: 81-123.

  • “Beyond Crony Capitalism: Rent-Seeking, Financial Restraint And Economic Development”. Centre for Development and Enterprise project on ‘Entrepreneurship and Expanding the Business Sector in South Africa’, Johannesburg.

1998
  • “Introduction: Overview” (with Ken Togo). In Takahashi Kazuo [ed.]. Asia’s Development Experiences: How Internationally Competitive National Manufacturing Firms Have Developed in Asia. Foundation for Advanced Studies on International Development, Tokyo: 11-37.

  • “Case of Malaysia: Industrial Policy and the Emergence of Internationally Competitive Manufacturing Firms in Malaysia” (with Rajah Rasiah, Rokiah Alavi and Jaya Gopal). In Kazuo Takahashi [ed.]. Asia’s Development Experiences: How Internationally Competitive National Manufacturing Firms Have Developed in Asia. Foundation for Advanced Studies on International Development, Tokyo: 178-261.

  • “Lessons from Growth and Structural Change in the Second-Tier South East Asian Newly Industrializing Countries”. In Hans Singer, Neelambar Hatti and Rameshwar Tandon [eds]. Export-led versus Balanced Growth in the 1990s. New World Order Series Vol. 13. B.R. Publishing Corporation, Delhi: 423-450.

  • “Introduction”. In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Tigers in Trouble: Financial Governance, Liberalisation and Crises in East Asia. Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong: 1-32. Reprinted as “Financial Governance, Liberalisation and Crises in East Asia”. In Consumers International [ed.]. Economic Crisis: The Social Cost. Consumers International, Penang: 4-38.

  • “Malaysia: From Miracle to Debacle”. In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Tigers in Trouble: Financial Governance, Liberalisation and Crises in East Asia. Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong: 181-198.

  • “Financial Liberalization, Crises and Malaysian Policy Responses”. World Development, 26 (8), August: 1563-1574; reprinted in RIS Digest 14 (4)-15 (1-2. Special Issue on East Asian Economic Crisis, September: 31-74.

  • “Malaysian Debacle: Whose Fault?”. Cambridge Journal of Economics 22 (6), November: 707-722.

  • “Malaysian Industrialisation: Performance, Problems, Prospects” (with C.B. Edwards). In Ishak Yussof and Abdul Ghafar Ismail [eds]. Malaysian Industrialisation: Governance and Technical Change. Penerbit UKM, Bangi: 19-54.

  • “The Rice Sector of Peninsula Malaysia: A Rural Paradox. By Philip P. Courtenay. 1995”.Pacific Affairs 70(4) December 1998: 626. DOI: 10.2307/2761354

  • “Foreword”. To Lim Kit Siang. Economic and Financial Crisis. Democratic Action Party Economic Committee, Petaling Jaya: xviii-xxxi.

  • “La Crise des Tigres Asiatiques et ses Incidences Mondiales: Une Analyse au Départ de l’Asie". Alternatives Sud, 5 (3): 25-68.

1997
  • “Conversion to Islam and Rational Choice Institutional Analysis”. Journal of Theoretical and Institutional Economics, 153 (1). https://www.jstor.org/stable/40752984

  • “Rents and Development in Multiethnic Malaysia” (with E.T. Gomez). In Masahiko Aoki, Hyung-Ki Kim and Masahiro Okuno-Fujiwara [eds]. The Role of Government in East Asian Economic Development. Oxford University Press, New York: 342-372.

  • “Clash or Dialogue? Some Economic Considerations for the New Age”. Development and Socio-economic Progress, 70, July/December: 78-92.

  • “A Distinct Chinese Idiom of Business in Malaysia”. In Anthony Reid and Daniel Chirot [eds]. Entrepreneurial Minorities in Central Europe and Southeast Asia. University of Washington Press, Seattle.

  • “A Southeast Asian Economic Model for Late Industrialization”. In Proceedings of the International Symposium ‘Southeast Asia: Global Area Studies for the 21st Century’. Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, Kyoto.

 

1996
  • “Deepening Democracy in Malaysia”. In M. Ikmal Said and Zahid Emby [eds]. Malaysia: Critical Perspectives. Malaysian Social Science Association, Kuala Lumpur.

  • “Elections’ Janus Face: Limitations and Potential in Malaysia”. In Robert Taylor [ed.]. The Politics of Elections in South East Asia. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge and Woodrow Wilson Center Press, Washington DC: 90-113.

  • “Governance and Economic Liberalization in Malaysia” (with Khoo Boo Teik and Chang Yii Tan). In Leila Frischtak and Izak Atiyas [eds]. Governance, Leadership and Communication: Building Constituencies for Economic Reform. World Bank, Washington, DC: 65-89.

  • “Japan and Malaysia: A New East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere?”. In Asia in the Twenty-first Century. Institute of Oriental Culture, University of Tokyo: 51-66.

1995
  • “Overview”. In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Privatizing Malaysia: Rents, Rhetoric, Reality. Westview, Boulder: 42-60.

  • “Policy” (with Christopher Adam and William Cavendish). In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Privatizing Malaysia: Rents, Rhetoric, Reality. Westview, Boulder: 81-97.

  • “Efficiency and Consumer Welfare” (with Winnie Goh). In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Privatizing Malaysia: Rents, Rhetoric, Reality. Westview, Boulder: 154-171.

  • “Malaysia’s Privatisation Experience”. In Paul Cook and Colin Kirkpatrick [eds]. Privatisation Policy and Performance: International Perspectives. Prentice Hall/Harvester Wheatsheaf, New York: 225-243.

  • “A Progressive Nationalist Corporatist Development Alternative?: Lessons from East Asian NIC Experiences”. Links, 4: 42-53.

  • “Malaysia: The Ascendance of the Statist Capitalists”. In John Ravenhill [ed.]. The Political Economy of East Asia. Edward Elgar, Aldershot: 125-167.

  • “Capital, the State and Labour in Malaysia”. In Juliet Schor and Jong-Il You [eds]. Capital, the State and Labour: A Global Perspective. Edward Elgar, Aldershot, and United Nations University Press, Tokyo: 185-237.

  • “Economic Theory and Industrial Policy in East Asia” (with Tan Kock Wah). Asia Pacific Business Review 1 (3): 17-54. Also in Robert Fitzgerald [ed.]. The State and Economic Development: Lessons from the Far East. Frank Cass, London.

  • “Rural People’s Initiatives for Sustainable Development: The Scope and Limitations of the Market” (with Chang Yii Tan). In Syed Abdus Samad, et al. [eds]. People’s Initiatives for Sustainable Development: Lessons of Experience. Asian and Pacific Development Centre, Kuala Lumpur: 375-396.

  • “The Ascendance of the Statist Capitalists”. In John Ravenhill [ed.]. Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, The Philippines and Thailand. Volume II. Edward Elgar, Aldershot: 125-167.

  • “Une alternative de développement national: Que peut-en retenir du rôle de l’état dans les Nouveaux Pays Industrialisés Asiatiques”. Alternatives Sud, 2 (2): 63-78.

1994
  • “Economics of Power: Changing Horizons”. Pakistan Banker, 4 (2), July-December: 101-108.

  • “Japanese Multinational Intra-firm Trade Transfer Pricing Practices in Malaysia” (with Anatory Marappan). In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Japan and Malaysian Development: In the Shadow of the Rising Sun. Routledge, London: 127-153.

  • “Malaysian Forests, Japanese Wood: Japan’s Role in Malaysia’s Deforestation”. In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Japan and Malaysian Development: In the Shadow of the Rising Sun. Routledge, London: 182-210.

  • “In-House Unions: ‘Looking East’ for Industrial Relations” (with Peter Wad). In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Japan and Malaysian Development: In the Shadow of the Rising Sun. Routledge, London: 213-231.

  • “The Proton Saga: Malaysian Car, Mitsubishi Gain”. In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Japan and Malaysian Development: In the Shadow of the Rising Sun. Routledge, London: 263-290.

  • “Is National Capital ‘Progressive’: Some Heretical Thoughts on the Notion of the National Bourgeoisie”. Links, 3, October-December: 17-21.

  • “Privatisation and Public Sector Reform: The Political Economy of State Intervention”. Pakistan Development Review, 33 (4), Part II, Winter: 642-657. https://www.jstor.org/stable/41259785

1993
  • “Privatisation in Malaysia: For What and For Whom”. In Thomas Clarke & Christos Pitelis [eds]. The Political Economy of Privatisation. Routledge, London: 437-454.

  • “Malaysian Industrialisation in Historical Perspective” (with C.B. Edwards). In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Industrialising Malaysia: Policy, Performance, Prospects. Routledge, London: 14-39.

  • “Prospects for Malaysian Industrialisation in Light of East Asian NIC Experiences”. In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Industrialising Malaysia: Policy, Performance, Prospects. Routledge, London: 286-301.

  • “Policy Options for Malaysian Industrialisation” (with C.B. Edwards). In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Industrialising Malaysia: Policy, Performance, Prospects. Routledge, London: 316-334.

  • “Plantation Capital and Indian Labour in Colonial Malaya”. In K.S. Sandhu & Anil Mani [eds]. Indian Communities in Southeast Asia. Institute of South East Asian Studies, Singapore: 288-311.

  • “Malaysia”. In Joel Krieger [ed.]. The Oxford Companion to the Politics of the World. Oxford University Press, New York.

  • “Malaysia”. In Lance Taylor [ed.]. The Rocky Road to Reform: Adjustment, Income Distribution and Growth in the Developing World. The MIT Press, Cambridge and London: 171-192.

  • “Malaysian Labour Market Adjustments in a Period of Structural Adjustment”. In Muhammed Muqtada and A. Hildeman [eds]. Labour Markets and Human Resource Planning in Asia: Perspectives and Evidence. UNDP/ILO-ARTEP, New Delhi: 218-233. https://core.ac.uk/display/78691943

1992
  • “Islam and Capitalist Development: A Critique of Rodinson and Weber”. In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Islamic Economic Alternatives: Critical Perspectives and New Directions. Macmillan, London: 125-138.

  • “Unemployment in Malaysia”. In Cho Kah Sin & Ismail Muhd Salleh [eds]. Caring Society: Emerging Issues and Future Directions. Institute of Strategic and International Studies, Kuala Lumpur: 353-367.

  • “Child Welfare in Sarawak”. Borneo Review, 3 (2), December: 234-258.

 

1991
  • “Whither Malaysia’s New Economic Policy?” Pacific Affairs, 63 (4), Winter 1990-1991: 469-499. https://www.jstor.org/stable/2759912

  • “Comment on Azizah Kassim’s ‘Social Dimensions of Industrialization in Malaysia’”. Regional Development Dialogue, 12 (1), Spring: 65-66.

  • “Third World Debt Peonage”. In Eric Gonsalves [ed.]. Asian Relations. Lancer, New Delhi: 271-281.

 

1990
  • “Perbelanjaan Kesihatan Awam di Malaysia” (Public Health Expenditure in Malaysia) (with Chee Heng Leng). Ilmu Masyarakat, 17 (January-June): 17-34.

  • “Kesatuan Sekerja Malaya Dijinakkan Semasa Darurat Sebelum Merdeka, 1948-57” (Malayan Trade Unions Tamed During the Emergency Before Independence, 1948-57) (with Patricia Todd). Kajian Malaysia, 8 (1), June: 21-48.

  • “Gerakan Kesatuan Sekerja Tersusun di Semenanjung Malaysia Selepas Merdeka, 1957-69” (The Organized Trade Union Movement in Peninsular Malaysia After Independence, 1957-69) (with Patricia Todd). Kajian Malaysia, 8 (2), December: 52-80.

  • “Malaysia’s Tin Market Corner”. In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Undermining Tin: The Decline of Malaysian Pre-eminence. Transnationals Corporations Research Project, University of Sydney, Sydney: 71-96.

  • “Malaysia’s New Economic Policy and the Rise of the Statist Capitalists”. In Michael Howard & E. W. Wheelwright [eds]. The Struggle for Development: Essays in Honour of Ernst Utrecht. International Studies Programme, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia: 61-75.

  • “Economic Ideas in Malaysian Universities”. In Essays in Honour of Ungku A. Aziz: A Festschrift Volume. Special issue of Malaysian Journal of Economic Studies, 27 (1&2), June & December: 135-147.

1989
  • “A Nationalist Alternative for Malaysia?”. In Peter Limqueco [ed.]. Partisan Scholarship: Essays in Honour of Renato Constantino. Journal of Contemporary Asia Publishers, Manila: 213-232.

  • “Pilihan Nasionalis Untuk Malaysia” (A Nationalist Alternative for Malaysia). Kajian Malaysia, 7 (1&2): 58-81.

  • “Malaysia’s New Economic Policy and National Unity”. Third World Quarterly, 11 (4), October: 36-53. 

  • “Rancangan Malaysia Kelima: Suatu Tinjauan” (The Fifth Malaysia Plan: A Survey). In Mohd Haflah Piei and Chamhuri Siwar [eds]. Rancangan Malaysia Kelima. Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi: 35-44.

  • “Poverty Eradication in Malaysia, 1970-1987”. In Hans Kurth [ed.]. Economic Growth and Income Distribution. Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Manila: 87-99.

  • “Krisis Belanjawan dan Hutang Negara” (The National Fiscal and Debt Crises). In Ahmad Shabery Cheek [ed.]. Cabaran Malaysia Tahun Lapan Puluhan. Malaysian Social Science Association, Kuala Lumpur: 22-46.

1988
  • “The Trade Union Movement in Peninsular Malaysia, 1957-1969” (with Patricia Todd). Journal of Asian and African Studies, 23 (1&2). 

  • “The Politics of Malaysia’s Islamic Resurgence” (with Ahmad Shabery Cheek). Third World Quarterly, 10 (2): 843-868. https://www.jstor.org/stable/3992670

  • “Third World Debt Bondage”. In Chadwick Alger & Michael Stohl [eds]. A Just Peace Through Transformation: Cultural, Economic and Political Foundations for Change. Westview Press, Boulder & London: 365-381.

  • “Daya Pengeluaran, Harga dan Kemiskinan” (Productivity, Prices and Poverty). In Chamhuri Siwar & Mohd Haflah Piei [eds]. Isu, Konsep dan Dimensi Kemiskinan. Dewan Bahasa & Pustaka, Kuala Lumpur: 89-100.

  • “Malaysia: Economic Recession, Ethnic Relations and Political Freedom”. Cultural Survival Quarterly, 12 (3): 55-63.

1987
  • “Whither Industrialization in Malaysia?” (with H. Ling Khong). Political Economy: Studies in the Surplus Approach, 3 (2): 223-262.

  • “Sifat Pemerintah Malaysia dan Implikasinya untuk Perancangan Pembangunan” (The Nature of the Malaysian State and Its Implications for Development Planning) (with Toh Kin Woon). In PSSM. Pembangunan Di Malaysia: Perencanaan, Perlaksanaan dan Prestasi. Malaysian Social Science Association, Kuala Lumpur: 24-49.

  • “Economic Crisis and Policy Response in Malaysia”. In Richard Robison, Kevin Hewison & Richard Higgott [eds]. Southeast Asia in the 1980s: The Politics of Economic Crisis. Allen & Unwin, Sydney: 113-148.

  • “‘Domains of Analysis’: Perspectives on the Study of Inequality and Economic Growth in Malaysia” (with T. G. McGee, James C. Scott, Shukor Kasim, David Gibbons, Halinah Todd, et al.). Pacific Affairs 59 (4): 655. https://www.jstor.org/stable/2758540

  • “Recent Malaysian Tax Policy Initiatives” (with Mukul Asher). In Jomo K.S., Khong How Ling, Shamsulbahriah Ku Ahmad [eds]. Crisis and Response in the Malaysian Economy. Malaysian Economic Association, Kuala Lumpur: 116-135.

 

1986
  • “Dapatkah Dasar Ekonomi Baru Menyelesaikan Masalah Perpaduan Kebangsaan” (Can the New Economic Policy Resolve the Problem of National Unity) (with Ishak Shari). In Cheu Hock Tong [ed.]. Beberapa Asas Integrasi Nasional. Penerbit Daya Kreatif, Kuala Lumpur: 56-94.

  • “Integrasi — Antara Asimilasi dan Segregasi: Penyelesaian Masalah Kebudayaan Kebangsaan di Malaysia” (Integration — Between Assimilation and Segregation: A Solution to the National Culture Problem in Malaysia) (with Mohd. Nasir Hashim). In Cheu Hock Tong [ed.]. Beberapa Asas Integrasi Nasional. Penerbit Daya Kreatif, Kuala Lumpur: 101-106.

1985
  • “New Medicine for an Old Illness? Comments on Aspects of the Mid-Term Review of the Fourth Malaysia Plan”. In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. Malaysia’s New Economic Policies. Malaysian Economic Association, Kuala Lumpur: 80-93.

  • “Malaysia” (with Tan Boon Kean). In ESCAP. Patterns and Impact of Foreign Investment in the ESCAP Region. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok: 97-112.

  • “Public Health Expenditures in Malaysia” (with Chee Heng Leng). Journal of the Malaysian Society of Health, 5 (1), June: 73-83.

  • “Estates of Poverty: Malaysian Labour on Rubber Plantations”. Ilmu Masyarakat, 10 (October 1985-March 1986): 6-10.

1984
  • “Malaysia: The New Economic Policy (NEP)” (with Toh Kin Woon). In Ngo Manh-Lan [ed.]. Unreal Growth: Critical Studies in Asian Development. Vol. 1. Hindustan Publishing, New Delhi: 453-478.

  • “Capital Accumulation, Technological Change and the Social Relations of Rice Farming: The Political Economy of Malaysia’s ‘Green Revolution’” (with Ishak Shari). In Ngo Manh-Lan [ed.]. Unreal Growth: Critical Studies in Asian Development. Vol. 2. Hindustan Publishing, New Delhi: 691-723.

  • “Malaysian Military Expenditure”. In Aliran [ed.]. The Arms Race: Humanity in Crisis. Aliran, Penang: 36-54.

  • “The New Economic Policy and National Unity” (with Ishak Shari). In S. Husin Ali [ed.]. Malaysia: Ethnicity, Class and Development. Malaysian Social Science Association, Kuala Lumpur: 329-355.

  • “Malaysia’s New Economic Policy: A Class Perspective”. Pacific Viewpoint, 25 (2): 153-172.

  • “Embracing the West, Malaysia Looks East”. Jernal Pentadbir: 21-23.

  • “Plaies mal gueries du colonialisme” (The Poorly Healed Injuries of Colonialism). Vivant Univers, 354, November-December: 2-9.

  • “L’economie: point nevralgique” (The Economy: Focal Point). Vivant Univers, 354, November-December: 17-22.

  • “Education and Inequality in Peninsular Malaysia”. Ilmu Masyarakat, 7, October: 68-80.

  • “Wage Trends in Peninsular Malaysian Manufacturing, 1963-73” (with H. Osman Rani). Kajian Ekonomi Malaysia, 21 (1), June: 18-38.

  • “Productivity, Prices and Poverty: A Brief Survey of Some Recent Trends in Malaysia”. Kajian Ekonomi Malaysia, 21 (2), December: 36-41.

  • “Sabah, Sarawak and the New Economic Policy: Some Preliminary Equity Considerations”. Southeast Asian Economic Review, 5 (3), December: 143-155.

  • “Ubat Baru untuk Penyakit Lama?” (New medicine for an old illness?). Jurnal Ekonomi Malaysia, 11, June: 83-98.

 

1983
  • “Malaysia’s New Economic Policy and National Unity: Development and Inequality 25 years after Independence”. In Sritua Arief and Jomo K.S. [eds]. The Malaysian Economy and Finance. Rosecons, East Balmain, New South Wales, Australia: 3-35, reprinted from Southeast Asian Economic Review, 4 (2), August: 71-104.

  • “The Nature of the Malaysian State and Its Implications for Development Planning”. (with Toh Kin Woon). In Jomo K. S. and R.J.G. Wells [eds]. The Fourth Malaysia Plan: Economic Perspectives. Malaysian Economic Association, Kuala Lumpur: 23-44.

  • “Prospects for the New Economic Policy in Light of the Fourth Malaysia Plan”. In Jomo K.S. and R.J.G. Wells [eds]. The Fourth Malaysia Plan: Economic Perspectives. Malaysian Economic Association, Kuala Lumpur: 51-61.

  • “Health Priorities in Malaysia: Medicine in a Sick Society?” (with Chee Heng Leng). In Jomo K.S. and R.J.G. Wells [eds]. The Fourth Malaysia Plan: Economic Perspectives. Malaysian Economic Association, Kuala Lumpur: 163-185.

  • “Schooling for Disunity: Education in Colonial Malaya”. Jernal Pendidikan, 8 (1978-1983): 63-84.

  • “Sejarah Semenanjung Malaysia — Satu Pandangan Sains Sosial” (Peninsular Malaysian History — A Social Science Perspective). Ilmu Masyarakat, 1, January-March: 3-14.

  • “Project Proton: Malaysian Car, Mitsubishi Profits”. In Jomo K.S. [ed.]. The Sun Also Sets. Institute for Social Analysis, Kuala Lumpur (1st and 2nd editions): 332-335.

1982
  • “Income Inequalities in Post-Colonial Peninsular Malaysia” (with Ishak Shari). Pacific Viewpoint, 23 (1), May: 67-76.

  • “Capital Expansion and Uneven Development: Notes Towards a Historical Perspective”. Akademika, 20 & 21, January-July: 27-47.

  • “Capital Accumulation and Technological Change in Malaysian Rice Farming” (with Ishak Shari), Akademika, 20 & 21, January-July: 235-261.

  • “Towards the Study of Political Economy”. Jurnal Ekonomi Malaysia, 6, December: 132-142.

  • “Ekonomi Bebas atau Pembebasan Ekonomi” [Free Enterprise or Economic Liberation]. Jernal Ekonomi, 1981/82: 31-38.

  • “Masalah dan Masa Depan Dasar Ekonomi Baru Memandangkan Rancangan Malaysia Keempat” [The Problems of and Prospects for the New Economic Policy In View of the Fourth Malaysia Plan]. In Zuraina Majid [ed.]. Masyarakat Malaysia: Tinjauan dan Perbincangan Terhadap Beberapa Isu dan Topik Semasa. Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang: 49-67 (1st and 2nd editions).

  • “Orde Baru Ekonomi Dunia: Implikasinya untuk Malaysia” [The New International Economic Order: Implications for Malaysia]. In Zuraina Majid [ed.]. Masyarakat Malaysia: Tinjauan dan Perbincangan Terhadap Beberapa Isu dan Topik Semasa. Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang: 116-124 (1st and 2nd editions). 

  • “Malaysia’s Green Revolution in Rice-Farming: Capital Accumulation and Technological Change in a Peasant Society” (with Ishak Shari). In Geoffrey Hainsworth [ed.]. Village Level Modernization in South East Asia. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver: 225-254.

1981
  • “Spontaneity and Planning in Class Formation”. In Ulf Himmelstrand [ed.]. Spontaneity and Planning in Social Development. Sage Publications, Beverly Hills, CA: 133-151.

  • “The Ascendance of Bureaucrat Capitalists in Malaysia”. Alternatives, 7 (4), December: 467-490.

  • “Income Distribution and the Role of the State in Peninsular Malaysia” (with Ishak Shari). In H. Osman Rani, Ishak Shari and Jomo K.S. [eds]. Development in the Eighties. Faculty of Economics, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi: 212-254.

  • “The Nationalization of Copper in Chile: Notes Towards a Legal-Economic Understanding of the Significance and Problems of Expropriation of an Export-Oriented Mineral Industry” (with Joel Rogers). The Philippine Yearbook of International Law, VII: 108-142.

1980
  • “Capital, Colonialism and Contradiction in the Making of the Sino-Singaporean Bourgeoisie”. Southeast Asian Studies, 18 (1): 162-167. https://core.ac.uk/display/39189924

  • “Consequences of Adopting an Export-Oriented Industrial Strategy in Malaysia”. ASEAN Business Quarterly, 4 (3): 43-49. 

  • “How Malaysian Unions were Shaped by State Policies”. ASEAN Business Quarterly, 4 (3): 44.

 

1979
  • “Rural-Urban Dimensions of Socio-economic Relations in Northern Peninsular Malaysia: A Report from Three Villages” (with Ishak Shari and Shadli Abdullah). In Kamal Salih, et al., Rural-Urban Transformation and Regional Under-development: The Case of Malaysia. United Nations Centre for Regional Development, Nagoya: 1-63.

 

1977

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