Read up on our latest findings
At GAI, we are committed to disseminating our research as widely as possible, through a diverse range of print and electronic publications. Explore some of these outputs below.
Research Papers / Monographs
This new series of research papers / monographs presents the Griffith Asia Institute members' research, which highlights trends in the Asia-Pacific region.
Workshop Edited Papers
Working papers presented at our workshops have been compiled for researchers to share ideas and obtain feedback on their topics.
Chai, Andreas and Baum, Chad (Eds)
Containing contagion - The politics of disease outbreaks in Southeast Asia, Johns Hopkins University Press
Davies, Sara E
Feng, Huiyun, He, Kai and Li, Xiaojun
Modi and the reinvention of Indian foreign policy, Bristol University Press
Commonwealth Responsibility and Cold War Solidarity: Australia in Asia, 1944–74, Australian National University Press
III Asia Pacific symposium on postharvest research, education and extension: APS2014, International Society for Horticultural Science
Roberts, Robin, Lay-Yee, M and Nguyen, Duy Duc
Contemporary international business in the Asia-Pacific region, Cambridge University Press
Verbeke, Alain, Roberts, Robin, Delaney, Deborah and Zámborský, Pet,er Roberts, Robin, Lay-Yee, M and Nguyen, Duy Duc
Understanding economic change: Advances in evolutionary economics, Cambridge University Press
Witt, Ulrich and Chai, Andreas (Eds)
North Korea and Myanmar : Divergent Paths. McFarland and Co Inc.
Institutional Cosmopolitanism, Oxford University Press
The Great Recession : Rethinking macroeconomics for employment and development, Nova Science Publishers Inc.
Chowdhury, Anis and Islam, Iyanatul
The Oxford handbook of women, peace and security, Oxford University Press.
Davies, Sara E. and True , Jacqui (eds)
Feng, Huiyun and He, Kai (eds)
Heazle, Michael and O'Neil, Andrew (eds)
Grand Strategy. Amazon.
Civility and its development: The experiences of China and Taiwan. Hong Kong University Press.
Burma (Myanmar) Since the 1988 Uprising: A Select Bibliography (third edition), Griffith Asia Institute
Brincat, Shannon (ed)
Jeffery, Renee (ed)
Fostering Local Entrepreneurship in a Multinational Enterprise. London: Routledge.
McGaughey, Sara & Amberg, J.
Pathways to a Sustainable Economy. Springer
Sarker, Tapan, Hossain, Moazzem, and Hales, Robert (eds)
Burma, Kipling and Western Music: The Riff From Mandalay. New York: Routledge.
China's crisis behaviour: Political survival and foreign policy. Cambridge University Press.
Business Value and Sustainability. Palgrave, London.
Lee, Ki-Hoon, & Vachon, S.
Behind the Façade: Elections under Authoritarianism in Southeast Asia. Albany: SUNY Press.
Saving the People: How Populists Hijack Religion, co-edited with N. Marzouki and O. Roy. New York: Oxford University Press.
Western Perspectives on the People's Republic of China, Politics, Economy and Society. World Scientific Publishing, Singapore.
Populists in Power, co-authored with D. Albertazzi. London: Routledge.
Australia’s Nuclear Policy: Reconciling Strategic, Economic and Normative Interests. Ashgate UK, Aldershot.
The political economy of sustainable development: policy instruments and market mechanisms. Cheltenham Northampton, Massachusetts Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.
Burma (Myanmar) Since the 1988 Uprising: A Select Bibliography (second edition), Griffith Asia Institute