Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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  • 1.
    Stealth marketisation: how international school policy is quietly challenging education systems in Asia
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    Globalisation, Societies and Education, 17:3, 310-323, Taylor & Francis
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Is the People's Action Party Here to Stay? Analysing the Resilience of the One-Party Dominant State in Singapore
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    World Scientific, 2019, Print.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Asian Journal of Political Science, 4(1), (1996): 64-84. Routledge
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Singapore’s 2011 General Elections and Beyond: Beating the PAP at their own Game
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    Asian Survey, 54 (4), (2014): 749-772, University of California Press.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Complementary Institutions in Authoritarian Regimes: The Everyday Politics of Constituency Service in Singapore
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    by Ong, E.
    Journal of East Asian Studies, 15(3), (2015): 361-390. Cambridge University Press
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Opposition Coordination in Singapore’s 2015 General Elections
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    by Ong, E.
    The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 105(2), (2016): 185-194. Routledge
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Singapore General Election 2015: Explaining PAP Resounding Win
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    The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 105(2), (2016): 129-140, Routledge
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    The State of Decentralization in Singapore: A Country Report
    International Conference on Decentralization: Serving the Public Interest Through Decentralization, (1996), Manila, Philippines.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 9.
    Strategic Currents: Emerging Trends in Southeast Asia, edited by Yang Razali Kassim, (2009): 105-108, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies and S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Singapore–India Defence Relations amidst Changing Security Architecture in the Asia-Pacific Region
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    The Merlion and the Ashoka, 87-106.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 11.
    Social Impact of Policies for the Disabled in Singapore
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    R. Wong and M.E. Wong (2015). “Social Impact of Policies for the Disabled in Singapore”, in David Chan (ed), 50 Years of Social Issues in Singapore Europe and Asia (Singapore: World Scientific), pp.147-166
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    The changing relationship between the state and the voluntary philanthropic sector: special reference to Singapore
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    Haque, M. S. (2018). The changing relationship between the state and the voluntary philanthropic sector: special reference to Singapore. Asian Journal of Political Science, 26(1), 103-120.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Crisis and Regional integration: Human rights and and environmental governance in ASEAN
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    Wong, R. (2016). “Crisis and Regional integration: Human rights and and environmental governance in ASEAN”, in Sabine Saurugger and Fabien Terpan (eds), Crisis and Institutional Change in Regional Integration. Routledge.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 14.
    Globalization, State Formation, and Reinvention in Public Governance: Exploring the Linkages and Patterns in Southeast Asia
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    Haque M. (2015) Globalization, State Formation, and Reinvention in Public Governance: Exploring the Linkages and Patterns in Southeast Asia. In: Jamil I., Aminuzzaman S., Haque S. (eds) Governance in South, Southeast, and East Asia. Public Administration, Governance and Globalization, vol 15. Springer, Cham
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Understanding Singapore Politics
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    Singapore: World Scientific, 2017. Print.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 16.
    Liberalisation in the Face of Existential Threat: Contemplating Political Change in Singapore from Taiwan and South Korea
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    Living with Myths in Singapore, Ed. Loh Kah Seng, Thum Ping Tjin and Jack Meng-Tat Chia, Singapore: Ethos Books (2017): 147-158, Print.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    The Myth of Singapore as a Global Media Hub
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    Living with Myths in Singapore, edited by Loh Kah Seng, Thum Ping Tjin and Jack Meng-Tat Chia, Singapore: Ethos Books (2017): 61-74, Print.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 18.
    The Quest for Leadership Legitimacy Among Singapore Malays
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    Asian Journal of Political Science, 20.1 (2012): 70-85. (United States).
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 19.
    Religion, Multiculturalism and Managing Diversity in Singapore
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    Religion, Public Policy and Social Transformation in Southeast Asia – Managing Religious Diversity, Vol. 1, pp. 27-42. Geneva: Globethics.net Focus, 2016.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Edition, 2015.
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    Faculty Department : Political Science
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