"The Political Economy of Technical Intellectual Capital Formation in Southeast Asia."


2008. "Political Challenges of Innovation in the Develping World." Forthcoming in Journal of Policy Research, fall 2008.

2008. "Economic Upgrading in a State-Coordinated, Liberal Market Economy." Asia Pacific Journal of Management.

2008. With Ross B. Emmett and John T. Fournier. "Changing Horses: Recreating Entrepreneurial Economies in the Mid-Western United States." (L'avenir du Midwest, de la rust belt aux start-ups?) Politique Americaine, Number 10 - Printemps (Spring) 2008 Pp. 105-116

2005. “Progress Through Setback or Mired in Mediocrity? Crisis and institutional change in Southeast Asia.” Journal of East Asian Studies. Vol. 5, No 2 (June), pp. 273-314.

2005. “Coalitional Politics, Economic Reform, and Technological Upgrading in Malaysia.” World Development. Vol. 33, No. 5 (May), pp. 745-762.

2005. “Systemic Vulnerability and the Origins of Developmental States: Northeast and Southeast Asia in Comparative Perspective.” With Richard F. Doner and Dan Slater. International Organization. Vol. 59:2 (Spring), pp. 327-361.

2004. “Politics and Economic Reform in Malaysia.” William Davidson Institute Working Paper Series. No. 655 (February). University of Michigan.

2002. “Foreign Direct Investment and Intellectual Capital Formation in Southeast Asia.” OECD Technical Paper Series. No. 194 (August). Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Paris: OECD Development Centre.

2002. "Economic Crisis and Technological Trajectories: Hard Disk Drive Production in Southeast Asia.” With Richard F. Doner. In Richard Samuels and William Keller, eds., Crisis and Innovation in Asian Technology. New York: Cambridge University Press.

2001. "Innovation Systems, Collective Dilemmas, and the Formation of Technical Intellectual Capital in Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand.” International Journal of Business and Society. Vol. 2 No.2, pg. 21-48.

2001. "Political Preferences and Increasing Returns: the Boon and Bane of Technological Development in Southeast Asia.” IKMAS (Institute of Malaysian and International Studies) Working Paper Series. No. 22 (December), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (National University of Malaysia.