Journal	of	Southeast	Asian	Economies	Vol.	35/1	(Apr	2018).	Special	Issue	Commemorating	the	50th	Anniversary	of	the	ISEAS	–	Yusof	Ishak	Institute

Journal of Southeast Asian Economies Vol. 35/1 (Apr 2018). Special Issue Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute

by Francis Hutchinson ; Cassey Lee

The Journal of Southeast Asian Economies (JSEAE) is a peer-reviewed journal focusing on economic issues pertaining to countries in the region – defined as the ten members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and East Timor. JSEAE welcomes articles using orthodox economic approaches as well as those of a more heterodox nature. Oriented at both researchers and policy-makers, the journal seeks to reconcile the ideals of relevance, methodological rigour, and accessibility.

Published by the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute tri-annually, JSEAE includes: articles based on original research; research notes; review articles; and book reviews. Once a year, the Journal publishes a Special Issue devoted entirely to a topic of import for the region.

Up until April 2013, JSEAE was published as the ASEAN Economic Bulletin (AEB). However, following new developments in the regional and global context, as well as the establishment of new multi-lateral trading agreements including countries in the region, the Directorship of ISEAS and AEB’s Editorial Board decided to change the journal’s name. While its name has changed, JSEAE remains committed to being the premier economic journal for Southeast Asian academicians and policy-makers, as well as anyone with an interest in the region.

All research articles in the journal have undergone rigorous peer-review. The process consists of initial screening by the Co-Editors and Associate Editor, followed by double-blind refereeing; two reviewers for articles and one reviewer for research notes.

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Preliminary pages
ISEAS @ 50
1. Introduction: Special Issue Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute
2. ASEAN Economic Integration: Quo Vadis?
3. Unbundling Regimes and Development Strategies in ASEAN: Old Issues and New Challenges
4. The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Origin, Evolution, Special Features and Economic Implications
5. The Last Fifty Years: Development Strategy and Development Performance in Southeast Asia
6. Impact of Foreign Bank Entry on SME Credit in the Indonesian Banking Sector
7. Rethinking Vocational Education in the Philippines: Does It Really Lead to Higher Wages?
Local Procurement and Firm Performance: Pure-local Inputs and Semi-local Inputs
BOOK REVIEW: Banking and Economic Rent in Asia: Rent Effects, Financial Fragility, and Economic Development, edited by Yasushi Suzuki, Mohammad Dulal Miah, Manjula K. Wanniarachchige and S.M. Sohrab Uddin.
BOOK REVIEW: Handbook of Empirical Resarch on Islam and Economic Life, edited by M. Kabir Hassan.
BOOK REVIEW: Higher Education in the Asian Century: The European Legacy and the Future of Transnational Education in the ASEAN Region, edited by Christopher Hill and Rozilini M. Fernandez-Chung.
BOOK REVIEW: Singapore: Unlikely Power, by John Curtis Perry.
BOOK REVIEW: Dollarization and De-dollarization in Transitional Economies of Southeast Asia, edited by Koji Kubo.
Thank You Note to Reviewers

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  • Number of Pages : 120
  • Publisher : ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute
  • Publication Date : 2018-01-04
  • Weight : 340g
  • Product Code : J23395095V35N01
  • Dimension : 190 x 260 mm

About Author

Francis Hutchinson ; Cassey Lee

Senior Fellow, Regional Economic Studies Programme and Coordinator, Malaysia Studies Programme, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute ; Senior Fellow, Coordinator Regional Economic Studies Programme, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute