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.
North Korea and Myanmar : Divergent Paths. McFarland and Co Inc.
Feng, Huiyun and He, Kai (eds.)
Heazle, Michael and O'Neil, Andrew (eds.)
Grand Strategy. Amazon.
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 behavior: 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