Occasional Paper Series: Southeast Asian Studies at Freiburg
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Occasional Paper N° 17 | Sjahir, Bambang Suharnoko; Kis-Katos, Krisztina; Schulze, Günther G. (April 2013) Political Budget Cycles in Local Indonesia
Occasional Paper N° 16 | Kis-Katos, Krisztina; Sjahir, Bambang Suharnoko (April 2013) Does local governments' responsiveness increase with decentralization and democratization?
Evidence from sub-national budget allocation in Indonesia
Occasional Paper N° 15 | Wiese, York (April 2013) The “Chinese Education Problem” of 1948
– Thai Governmental Repression as Perceived by the Thai Chinese Press
Occasional Paper N° 14 | Chachavalpongpun, Pavin (April 2013) Thailand’s Red Networks: From Street Force to Eminent Civil Society Coalitions (forthcoming)
Occasional Paper N° 13 |Seitz, Stefan (March 2013) Indigenous Peoples and the process of decentralization:
Occasional Paper N° 12 | Farfán-Vallespín, Antonio (August 2012) Decentralization as Unbundling of Public Goods Provision
New Effects of Decentralization on Efficiency and Electoral Control
Occasional Paper N° 11 | Fünfgeld, Anna; Lücking, Mirjam; Platte, Florian (July 2012) How Can Standards Contribute to Social Welfare through the Improvement of Public Service Delivery?
- an Interdisciplinary Assessment of the Potentials of Standard Based Public Service Delivery in Indonesia
Occasional Paper N° 10 | Wang, Pei-Chen (April 2012) Normative Power Europe and Asia-Europe Relations
Occasional Paper N° 9 | Thianthai, Chulanee (March 2012) Perceptions of Democracy among Thai Adolescents
Occasional Paper N° 8 | Huotari, Mikko (February 2012) Practices of Financial Regionalism and the Negotiation of Community in East Asia
Occasional Paper N° 7 | Illy, Hans Ferdinand (January 2012) Conflict Resolution, Political Decentralization, Disaster Risk Management and the Practice of Sharia Law
The Case of Aceh, Indonesia
Occasional Paper N° 6 | Rüland, Jürgen (December 2011) Constructing Regionalism Domestically
Local Actors and Foreign Policymaking in Indonesia
Occasional Paper N° 5 | Agustina, Cut Dian R.D. (World Bank Jakarta); Fengler, Wolfgang (World Bank Nairobi); Schulze, Günther G. (November 2011) The Regional Impact of Indonesia’s Fiscal Policy on Oil and Gas
Occasional Paper N° 4 | Jetschke, Anja (August 2011) Is ASEAN a Provider of Regional Security Governance?
Occasional Paper N° 3 | von Luebke, Christian (July 2011) Controlled Multimethod Policy Analyses (COMPAS)
A Comparative Study of Democratic Governance in Contemporary Indonesia
Occasional Paper N° 2 | Rüland, Jürgen; Bechle, Karsten (March 2011) Defending State-Centric Regionalism through Mimicry and Localization
Regional parliamentary bodies in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Mercosur.
Occasional Paper N° 1 | Bullinger, Cathrin; Seitz, Stefan; Volz, Andreas (March 2011) Das Jollibee-Phänomen: "Filipino in taste - making proudly Filipino"
Aneignungsprozesse im philippinischen Konsumverhalten in Geschichte und Gegenwart.
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