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Ardhianto, Imam (2022). Hierarchies of Power: Evangelical Christianity and Adat Transformation in Indonesian Borneo. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Missbach, Antje (2022). The Criminalisation of People Smuggling in Indonesia and Australia: Asylum Out of Reach. London: Routledge.

Rother, Stefan (2022). The ‘gold standard’ for labour export? The role of civil society in shaping multi-level Philippine migration policies. Third World Quarterly. Online:

Basri, Muhammad Chatib; Yan Ing, Lili & Schulze, Günther G. (2022). Economic Recovery Requires Global Efforts. In: Lili Yan Ing and Dani Rodrik (eds). New Normal, New Technologies, New Financing, Jakarta & London: Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA) & International Economic Association (IEA), 8-21.


Gonschorek, Gerrit J. (2021). Subnational favoritism in development grant allocations: Empirical evidence from decentralized Indonesia. World Development. Online first:

Hidayah, Sita (2021).  Women’s Experiences of Sharia Law in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Online Publication, University of Freiburg.

John, Robert (2021). Sand Geographies: Disentangling the Material Foundations of the Built Environment. Geography Compass. Online:

Lücking, Mirjam (2021). Indonesians and Their Arab World: Guided Mobility among Labor Migrants and Mecca Pilgrims. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Panke, Diana / Rüland, Jürgen (2021). Why Asian states cooperate in regional arrangements: Asian regionalism in comparative perspective. International Relations. Online:

Rodriguez, Fabricio / Rüland, Jürgen (2021). Cooperative counter‑hegemony, interregionalism and “diminished multilateralism.” The Belt and Road Initiative and China’s relations with Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). International Relations and Development, Online first:

Rüland, Jürgen (2021). Democratic backsliding, regional governance and foreign policymaking in Southeast Asia: ASEAN, Indonesia and the Philippines. Democratization 28 (1): 237-257.

Rüland, Jürgen (2021). Covid-19 and ASEAN: Strengthening State-centrism, Eroding Inclusiveness, Testing Cohesion. The International Spectator. Online:

Schlehe, Judith (2021).  Cosmological Visions, Multispecies Practices, and Planetary Health in Pandemic Times. In: Living the New Normal: Achieving Resilience and Ensuring Sustainable Future. Proceeding Book, 7th International Conference of Interreligious and Intercultural Studies (ICIIS). Denpasar: Universitas Hindu Indonesia (UNHI) Press, 5-13. Online:

Schlehe, Judith (2021) (Hg.). Nachhaltigkeitsprojekte in Südost- und Ostasien. Landwirtschaft - Markt - Müll. Freiburger Ethnologische Arbeitspapiere Nr. 43. Online:


Deng, Jian-Bang, Wahyuni, Hermin Indah, & Yulianto, Vissia Ita (2020). Labor migration from Southeast Asia to Taiwan: issues, public responses and future development. Asian Education and Development Studies.

Destradi, Sandra (2020). The Finances of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). In: Frank Mattheis and Ulf Engel (eds). The Finances of Regional Organisations in the South: Follow the Money, London: Routledge, 206-220.

John Robert/ Jamieson, William (2020). Singapore’s Scentless Growth is Built on the Brutal Extraction of Cambodian Sand and Imported Labour. Failed Architecture. Online:

Manea, Maria-Gabriela / Rüland, Jürgen (2020).The diffusion of parliamentary oversight: investigating the democratization of the armed forces in Indonesia and Nigeria. Contemporary Politics, 26 (2), 165-185.

Missbach, Antje / Zanker, Fransisca (2020). The tiny African country making a big case against Myanmar. The Lowy Institute. Online:

Missbach, Antje / Hoffstaedter Gerhard  (2020). When Transit States Pursue Their Own Agenda: Malaysian and Indonesian Responses to Australia's Migration and Border Policies. Migration and Society, 3 (1): 64–79.

Missbach, Antje / Phillips, Melissa  (2020). Introduction: Reconceptualizing Transit State in an Era of Outsourcing, Offshoring, and Obfuscation. Migration and Society, 3 (1): 19–33.

Missbach, Antje / Palmer, Wayne (2020). People smuggling by a different name: Australia's ‘turnbacks’ of asylum seekers to Indonesia. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 74 (2): 185-206.

Müller, Lukas Maximilian (2020). Challenges to ASEAN centrality and hedging in connectivity governance—regional and national pressure points. The Pacific Review. Online first:

Parahita, Gilang Desti & Yulianto, Vissia Ita (2020). The Treachery on YouTube: The Politics of Memory on New Media in Indonesia. Archipel. Études interdisciplinaires sur le monde insulindien, (99), 47-73.

Rother, Stefan (2020). Democratic Remittances and Diaspora: Tracking the Multilayered Political Practices of Migrants. In: Olga Oleinikova and Jumana Bayeh (eds). Democracy, Diaspora, Territory. Europe and Cross-Border Politics, London: Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 56-70.

Rüland, Jürgen (2020). ASEAN as an Actor in the United Nations: How Cohesive Is It? In: KV Laatikainen and KE Smith (eds). Group Politics in UN Multilateralism. Leiden: Brill, 115–134.

Rüland, Jürgen (2020). Old Wine in New Bottles? How Competitive Connectivity Revitalises an Obsolete Development Agenda in Asia. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 50(4): 653-665.

Rüland, Jürgen & Rodriguez, F (2020) “Interregionalism, Global Governance and China’s Relations with Latin America: A Theory Guided Analysis.” In: M Telò & Y Feng (eds). China and the EU in the Era of Regional and Interregional Cooperation, Brussels: Peter Lang, 213-238.

Sandkühler, Evamaria (2020). The Anthropology of History Reassessed: The Popular and the Past in Chinese Indonesian Contexts. Berlin: regiospectra.

Schlehe, Judith (2020). Social Sciences in Southeast Asia: An Anthropological Perspective. In: Indah Wahyuni Hermin and Vissia Ita Yulianto (eds): Social Science in the Age of Transformation and Disruption. It’s Relevance, Role & Challenge. Yogyakarta: Center for Southeast Asian Social Studies, Universitas Gadjah Mada, 49-64.

Schlehe, Judith (2020). Waste and social mobilisation: Anthropological explorations beyond Asia and Europe. [IIAS] The Newsletter, 86, 34-35.

Schlehe, Judith / Yulianto, Vissia Ita  (2020). An anthropology of waste. Morality and social mobilisation in Java. Indonesia and the Malay World, 48 (140), 40-59.


Destradi, Sandra / Johannes Plagemann (2019). Populism and International Relations: (Un-)Predictability, Personalization, and the Reinforcement of Existing Trends in World Politics. Review of International Studies, 45 (5), 711-730.

Fünfgeld, Anna (2019). The Dream of ASEAN Connectivity: Imagining Infrastructure in Southeast Asia. Pacific Affairs, 92 (2), 287-311.

Gonschorek, Gerrit J. / Schulze, Günther G. (2019). Continuity or Change? Indonesia's Intergovernmental Fiscal Transfer System under Jokowi. In: Hal Hill, Siwage Dharma Negara (eds). The Indonesian Economy in Transition: Policy Challenges in the Jokowi Era and Beyond. Singapore: ISEAS, 87-120.

Ikhwan, Hakimul; Yulianto, Vissia Ita, & Parahita; Gilang Desti (2019). The contestation of social memory in the new media: A case study of the 1965 killings in Indonesia. ASEAS-Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, 12(1), 3-16.

John, Robert (2019). Mineralische Ressourcen: Sande – das selten beachtete Fundament der physischen Wirtschaft. In: Gebhardt, Hans / Glaser, Rüdiger / Radtke Ulrich / Reuber, Paul (Hg.). Geographie: Physische Geographie und Humangeographie. Springer Spektrum.

Müller, Lukas Maximilian (2019). ASEAN centrality under threat – the cases of RCEP and connectivity. In: Journal of Contemporary East Asia Studies, 8(2): 177-198.

Palmer, Wayne / Missbach, Antje (2019). Enforcing labour rights of irregular migrants in Indonesia. Third World Quarterly, 40 (5), 908-925.

Palmer, Wayne / Missbach, Antje (2019). Bringing the ferrymen into the dock: Underage Indonesians as 'people smugglers' in transporting asylum seekers and refugees to Australia. In: Sanchez, Gabriela / Achilli, Luigi (eds). Critical insights on irregular migration facilitation: global perspectives. Florence: European University Institute, 30-32.

Piper, Nicola / Rother, Stefan (2019). Political remittances and the diffusion of a rights-based approach to migration governance: the case of the Migrant Forum in Asia (MFA). Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 46(6): 1057-1071.

Pink, Johanna (2019). Text, Auslegung, Ritus. Kontroversen um die richtige und falsche Übersetzung des Korans am Beispiel Indonesiens. In: Katharina Heyden und Henrike Manuwald (Hg.). Übertragung heiliger Texte in Judentum, Christentum und Islam. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 63–89.

Purdey, Jemma / Missbach, Antje / McRae, Dave (2019). Indonesia: State and Society in Transition. Boulder: Lynne Rienner.

Rother, Stefan (2019). The uneven migration governance of ASEAN. The Dynamics of Regional Migration Governance. Eds. Andrew Geddes, Marcia V. Espinoza, Leila Hadj-Abdou and Leila Brumat. Edward Elgar Publishing, 186-204.

Rüland, Jürgen (2019). From Trade to Investment: ASEAN and AFTA in the Era of the "New Regionalism". Pacific Affairs, 92 (3), 533-540. 

Rüland, Jürgen (2019). Good global citizen? ASEAN's image building in the United Nations. Asia Pacific Business Review, 25(5): 751-771.

Rüland, Jürgen / von Lübke, Christian / Baumann, Marcel M. (2019). Religious Actors and Conflict Transformation in Southeast Asia: Indonesia and the Philippines. London: Routledge. 

Rüland, Jürgen / Michael, Arndt (2019). Overlapping regionalism and cooperative hegemony: how China and India compete in South and Southeast Asia. Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 32(2): 178-200.

Schlehe, Judith (2019). Cosmopolitanism, Pluralism and Self-Orientalism in the Modern Mystical World of Java. Asian Journal of Social Science, 47 (3), 364-386.


Fünfgeld, Anna (2018). Just Energy? Structures of energy (in)justive and the Indonesian coal sector, in: Tahseen Jafry (ed.). Routledge Handbook of Climate Justice. Abingdon/New York: Roudledge, 222-236.

Gonschorek, Gerrit J. / Schulze, Günther G. (2018). Continuity or Change? Indonesia's Intergovernmental Fiscal Transfer System under Jokowi. Journal of Southeast Asian Economies, 35 (2), 143-164.

Gonschorek, Gerrit J. / Schulze, Günther G. / Suharnoko Sjahrir, Bambang (2018). To the ones in need or the ones you need? The political economy of central discretionary grants: empirical evidence from Indonesia. European Journal of Political Economy, 54, 240-260.

Huotari, Mikko / Rüland, Jürgen (2018). "Context, Concepts, and Comparison in Southeast Asian Studies." In: A. Ahram, P. Köllner & R. Sil (eds.). Comparative Area Studies. Methodological Rationales and Cross Regional Applications. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 85-102.

Kneebone, Susan / Missbach, Antje (2018). The Human Rights Implications of Australian and Indonesian Anti-Smuggling Laws. International Journal of Migration and Border Studies, 4 (4).

McNevin, Anne / Missbach, Antje (2018). Luxury limbo: temporal techniques of border control and the humanitariarisation of waiting. International Journal of Migration and Border Studies, 4 (1/2), 12-34.

McNevin, Anne / Missbach, Antje (2018). Refugee as a Horizon of Aspiration (Or, What the International Refugee Regime Can Learn From Acehnese Fishermen). Journal of Refugee Studies, 31 (3), 292-313.

Missbach, Antje (2018). Moral comforts of remaining in exile: snapshots from conflict-generated Indonesian diasporas. In: Cohen, Robin / Carolin Fischer (eds). Routledge Handbook of Diaspora Studies. London: Routledge, 196-207.

Missbach, Antje (2018). Big fears about small boats: How asylum seekers keep upsetting the Indonesia-Australia relationship. In: Lindsey, Tim / Dave McRae (eds). Strangers Next Door? Australia and Indonesia in the Asian Century. Melbourne: Bloomsbury Publishing, 123-144.

Missbach, Antje / Adiputera, Yunizar / Prabandari, Atin (2018). Is Makassar a 'sanctuary city'? Migration governance in Indonesia after the 'local turn'. Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, 11 (2), 199-216.

Missbach, Antje / Palmer, Wayne (2018). Indonesia: A Country Grappling with Migrant Protection at Home and Abroad. Washington, D.C.: Migration Policy Institute.

Missbach, Antje / Adiputera, Yunizar / Prabandari, Atin / Cintika, Ganesh / Swastika, Frysa Yudha / Darningtyas, Raditya (2018). The Presidential Decree regarding the treatment of refugees and asylum seekers in Indonesia (Peraturan Presiden 125/2016). Policy Paper 14, Melbourne: Centre for Indonesian Law and Islamic Studies, University of Melbourne.

Palmer, Wayne/ Missbach, Antje (2018). Judicial Discretion and the Minimum Statutory Sentence for Migrant Smuggling through Indonesia. Asian Journal of Law and Society, 5 (2), 413-431.

Piper, Nicola / Rother, Stefan / Rüland, Jürgen (2018). Challenging State Sovereignty in the Age of Migration. Concluding Remarks. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 17, 118-133.

Rother, Stefan (2018). Angry birds of passage - migrant rights networks and counter-hegemonic resistance to global migration discourses. Globalizations, 1-16.

Rother, Stefan (2018). ASEAN Forum on Migrant Labour. A space for civil society in migration governance at the regional level? Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 59 (1), 107-118.

Rother, Stefan (2018). The Global Forum on Migration and Development as a venue of state socialisation. A stepping stone for multi-level migration governance? Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 1-17.

Rüland, Jürgen (2018). Coping with crisis: Southeast Asian regionalism and the ideational constraints of reform. Asia Europe Journal, 16(2), 155-168.

Rüland, Jürgen (2018). The Indonesian Way. ASEAN, Europeanization and Foreign Policy Debates in a New Democracy. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Rüland, J (2018) “’Principled Multilateralism’ versus ‘Diminished Multilateralism:’ Some General Reflections.” In: C Echle, M Sharma, P Rüppel & LW Yeo (eds). Multilateralism in a Changing World Order, Singapore: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, 1-12.

Stange, Gunnar / Missbach, Antje (2018). The Aceh Peace process: the wheelings and dealings behind closed doors. In Fionna, Ulla / Negara, Siwage Dharma / Simandjuntak, Deasy (eds). Aspirations with Limitations: Indonesia’s Foreign Affairs under Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. Singapur: ISEAS, 231-254.


Arenz, Cathrin / Haug, Michaela / Seitz, Stefan / Venz, Oliver (eds) (2017). Continuity under Change in Dayak Societies. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

Eliyanah, Evi; Lücking, Mirjam (2017). Images of Authentic Muslim Selves: Gendered Moralities and Constructions of Arab Others in Contemporary Indonesia. Social Sciences, 6 (3), 1-20.

Fünfgeld, Anna (2017). Claiming Justice matters in energy policy. Policy Paper, 2 / 2017. Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung. Link

Fünfgeld, Anna (2017). Governing Resources, Governing People: From Timber to Coal in Indonesia. Occasional Paper, N° 37. Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Freiburg.

Kis-Katos, Krisztina /Sjahrir, Bam Bang Suharnoko (2017). The impact of fiscal and political decentralization on local public investment in Indonesia. Journal of Comparative Economcis, 45 (2), 344-365.

Kurniawan, Yandry (2017): The Politics of Securitization in Democratic Indonesia. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lorch, Jasmin (2017). Civil Society and Mirror Images of Weak States. Bangladesh and the Philippines. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lücking, Mirjam (2017). Pilgerreise in Flip Flops. Zum Arbeiten nach Mekka. iz3w, (Juli/August 2017): 361.

Lücking, Mirjam (2017). Working in Mecca: How Informal Pilgrimage-Migration from Madura, Indonesia, to Saudi Arabia Challenges State Sovereignty. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 16 (2), 248-274.

Michael, Arndt (2017). Cooperation is What India Makes of It - A Normative Inquiry into the Origins and Development of Regional Cooperation in South Asia and the Indian Ocean. Asian Security, 13(3), 1-17.

Rother, Stefan (2017). Indonesian migrant domestic workers in transnational political spaces: agency, gender roles and social class formation. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 43 (6), 956-973.

Rüland, Jürgen (2017). Democratizing Foreign-Policy Making in Indonesia and the Democratization of ASEAN: A Role Theory Analysis. TRaNS: Trans -Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia, 5 (1), 49-73.

Rüland, Jürgen (2017). The ASEAN Economic Community and National Sovereignity: Towards a Securitization of Labor Migration? A Press Analysis of Four Southeast Asian Countries. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 16 (2), 193-219.

Schlehe, Judith (2017). Staging Multiculturalism in Theme Parks: Re-imagining Post-Reformasi Indonesia. In: Wiendu Nuryanti (ed.). Wisdom. Local Wisdom, Global Solutions. Yogyakarta: Gadjah Mada University Press, 78-89.


Carrapatoso, Astrid / Well, Mareike (2016). REDD+ finance: policy making in the context of fragmented institutions. Climate Policy,17 (6) 2017, 687-707.

Hamliton, Hart, Natasha / Schulze, Günther G. (2016). Taxing Times in Indonesia: The Challenge of Restoring Competitiveness and the Search for Fiscal Space. Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, 52 (3), 265-295.

Huotari, Mikko / Heep, Sandra (2016). Learning geoeconomics: China's experimental financial and monetary initiatives. Asia Europa Journal, 14 (2), 153-171.

Kessler, Christl / Rother, Stefan (2016). Democratization through Migration? Political Remittances and Participation of Philippine Return Migrants. Lanham: Lexington Books.

Lang, Jarno S. (2016). Foreign Policy and the Media. The US in the Eyes of the Indonesian Press. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lücking, Mirjam (2016). Beyond Islam Nusantara and ‘Arabization’: Capitalizing ‘Arabness’ in Madura, East Java. In: ASIEN. The German Journal on Contemporary Asia, Nr. 137 (April): 5-24.

Müller, Lukas (2016). Beyond Actorness. Structure and Agency in EU-ASEAN Interregionalism. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 15 (2), 257-288.

Rother, Stefan (2016). Indonesian migrant domestic workers in transnational political spaces: agency, gender roles and social class formation. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 45 (6) 2017, 956-973.

Rother, Stefan (2016). Democracy on the Move? The Political Link Between Circular Migration and Democratization. In: Solé, Carlota / Parella, Sonja / Martí, Teresa S. & Nita, Sonja (eds). Impact of Circular Migration on Human, Political and Civil Rights, United Nations University Series on Regionalism. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 195-216.

Rüland, Jürgen (2016). Connectivity of Ideas: Enhancing Parliamentary Cooperation. In: Beatrice Gorawantschy, Megha Sarmah & Partick Rueppel (eds). The Age of Connectivity - ASEM and Beyond. Singapore: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, 115-134.

Rüland, Jürgen (2016). "Peoples-to-Peoples Connectivity in the Asia-Europe Meeting: 'By the People' instead 'for the People'". In: A. Prakash (ed.). Asia-Europe Connectivity Vision 2015. Challenges and Opportunities. An ERIA-Government of Mongolia Document, Jakarta: ERIA, 145-158.

Rüland, Jürgen (2016). Why (most) Indonesian businesses fear the ASEAN Economic Community: Struggling with Southeast Asia's regional corporatism. Third World Quarterly, 37 (6), 1130-1145.

Schlehe, Judith (2016). Äußere und innere Grenzen: Genderkonstruktionen und die Rede vom Geld in transnationalen Liebesbeziehungen. In: Randeria Shalini (ed.). Border Crossings. Grenzverschiebungen und Grenzüberschreitungen in einer globalisierten Welt. Zürich: vdf-Hochschulverlag, 179-194.

Schlehe, Judith (2016). Contesting Javanese Traditions. The Popularization of Rituals between Religion and Tourism. Indonesia an the Malay World, 45 (131), 2017: 3-23.


Grimmel, A. & Rüland, J. (2015). Regionale Integration als Gegenstand politikwissenschaftlicher Theorien und Erklärungsansätze. In: C. Jakobeit & A. Grimmel (eds). Regionale Integration. Erklärungsansätze und Analysen zu den wichtigsten Integrationszusammenschlüssen in der Welt. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 19-53.

Kis-Katos, Krisztina / Sparrow, Robert (2015). Poverty, Labour Markets and Trade Liberalization in Indonesia, Journal of Development Economics 117, 94-106.

Nguitragool, Paruedee / Rüland, Jürgen (2015). ASEAN as an Actor in International ForaReality, Potential and Constraints. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Pink, Johanna (2015). Literal meaning’ or ‘correct ʿaqīda’? The reflection of theological controversy in Indonesian Qur’an translations.“ Journal of Qurʾānic Studies, 17 (3): 100–120.

Rother, Stefan (2015). Civil Society and Democracy in South and Southeast Asia - An Introduction. Asien. The German Journal on Contemporary Asia, 136, 5-13.

Rother, Stefan (2015). Democratizing ASEAN through "Alternative Regionalism"? The ASEAN Civil Society Conference and the ASEAN Youth Forum. ASIEN. The German Journal on Contemporary Asia, 136, 98-119.

Rother, Stefan / Piper, Nicola (2015). Alternative Regionalism from Below: Democratizing ASEAN's Migration Governance. International Migration, 53 (3), 36-49.

Rüland, Jürgen & Carrapatoso, A. (2015). Democratizing Inter-Regionalism. The EU Parliament and its Asia Relations. In: D. Irrera & S. Stavridis (eds). The European Parliament and its International Relations, London: Routledge, 197-219.

Rüland, Jürgen (2015). The Rise of "Diminished Multilateralism:" East Asian and European Forum Shopping in Global Governance. In: A. Lenger & F. Schumacher (eds). Understanding the Dynamics of Global Inequality. Social Exclusion, Power Shift, and Structural Changes. Heidelberg: Springer, 159-177.

Rüland, Jürgen (2015). The Unintended Consequences of Interregional Democracy Promotion: Normative and Conceptual Misunderstandings in EU-ASEAN Relations. In: M. Telo, L. Fawcett & F. Ponjaert (eds.). The European Union and Interregionalism. Controversial Impact on Drivers of Regional Integration. Farnham: Ashgate, 267-284.


Huotari, Mikko / Rüland, Jürgen (2014). Context, Concepts and Comparison in Southeast Asian Studies - Introduction to the Special Issue. Pacific Affairs 87 (3): 415-439.

Huotari, Mikko / Rüland, Jürgen; Schlehe, Judith (eds) (2014). Methodology and Research Practice in Southeast Asian Studies. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

Huotari, Mikko / Hanemann, Thilo (2014). Emerging Powers and Change in the Global Financial Order. Global Policy, 5 (3), 298-310.

von Lübke, Christian (2014). Modular Comparisons: Grounding and Gauging Southeast Asian Governance. Pacific Affairs, 87 (3), 509-538.

Lücking, Mirjam (2014). Making ‘Arab’ One’s Own. Muslim Pilgrimage Experiences in Central Java, Indonesia. International Quarterly for Asian Studies, 45 (1-2), 129-152.

Piper, Nicola / Rother, Stefan (2014). More than Remittances: Resisting the Dominant Discourse and Policy Prescriptions of the Global 'Migration-Development-Mantra'. Journal für Entwicklungspolitik/Journal for Development Policy, 30(1), 44–66.

Rother, Stefan (2014). ASEAN Civil Society under the Myanmar Chairmanship. GIGA Focus, 10.

Rother, Stefan / Piper, Nicola (2014). Alternative Regionalism from Below: Democratizing ASEAN’s Migration Governance, International Migration, 52 (6).

Rüland, Jürgen (2014). Constructing Regionalism Domestically: Local Actors and Foreign Policy Making in Newly Democratized Indonesia. Foreign Policy Analysis, 10 (2), 181-201.

Rüland, Jürgen (2014). The limits of democratizing interest representation: ASEAN's regional corporatism and normative challenges. European Journal of International Relations, 20 (1), 237-261.

Rüland, Jürgen (2014). Interregionalism and International Relations: Reanimating an Obsolescent Research Agenda? In: Francis Baert, Tina Scaramagli & Fredrik Söderbaum (eds). Intersecting Interregionalism. Regions, Global Governance and the EU. Heidelberg: Springer, 15-36.

Rüland, Jürgen / Bechle, Karsten (2014). Defending state-centric regionalism through mimicry and localisation: regional parliamentary bodies in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Mercosur. Journal of International Relations and Development, 17, 61-88.

Rüland, Jürgen / Lang, Jarno S. Jian Hui / Wiese, York (2014). Political Analysis and the Southeast Asian Press: Decoding Meaning and Tracing Events. In: Mikko Huotari, Jürgen Rüland & Judith Schlehe (ed.). Methodology and Research Practice in Southeast Asian Studies. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 144-166.

Schlehe, Judith (2014). Bukit Kasih, the Hill of Love: Multireligiosity for Pleasure. In Gottowik, Volker (ed.), Dynamics of Religion in Southeast Asia. Magic and Modernity. Amsterdam University Press 281-298.

Schlehe, Judith / Sandkühler, Evamaria (eds) (2014). Religion, Tradition and the Popular. Transcultural Views from Asia and Europe, Bielefeld: transcript.

Suharnoko Sjahrir, Bambang / Schulze, Günther G. (2014). Decentralization, Governance and Public Service Delivery, in: Hill, Hal (ed.) Regional Dynamics in a Decentralized Indonesia, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, April 2014, chapter 8.

Suharnoko Sjahrir, Bambang / Kis-Katos, Krisztina/ Schulze, Günther G. (2014). Administrative Overspending in Indonesian districts: The role of local politics, World Development 59, 166–183.


Haanstad, Eric J. (2013). A Brief History of the Thai Police. In Chambers, Paul (ed.). Knights of the Realm. Thailand´s Military and Police, Then and Now. Bangkok: White Lotus Press.

Haanstad, Eric J. (2013). Thai Police in Refractive Cultural Practice. In: W. Garriott (ed.). Policing and Contemporary Governance: The Anthropology of Police in Practice. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kis-Katos, Krisztina / Schulze, Günther G. (2013). Corruption in Southeast Asia: A Survey of Recent Research. Asian-Pacific Economic Literature 27, 79–109.

Michael, Arndt (2013). India's Foreign Policy and Regional Multilateralism. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.

Rother, Stefan (2013). A Tale of Two Tactics: Civil Society and Competing Visions of Global Migration Governance from Below. In: Geiger, Martin / Pécoud, Antoine (eds.). Disciplining the Transnational Mobility of People. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

Rüland, Jürgen / Manea, Maria-Gabriela / Born, Hans (eds) (2013). The Politics of Military Reform. Experiences from Indonesia and Nigeria. Heidelberg: Springer.

Rüland, Jürgen (2013). ASEAN Citizens‘ Rights: Rule of Law, Judiciary and Law Enforcement. Brussels: European Parliament, Directorate-General for External Policies, Policy Department. Written expertise.

Schlehe, Judith (2013). Wechselseitige Übersetzungen: Methodologische Neuerungen in transkulturellen Forschungskooperationen. In Bierschenk, Thomas / Krings, Mathias / Lentz, Carola (Hg.): Ethnologie im 21. Jahrhundert. Berlin: Reimer: 97-110.

Schlehe, Judith (2013). Concepts of Asia, the West and the Self in contemporary Indonesia: An anthropological account. South East Asia Research, 21 (3), 497-515.

Schlehe, Judith / Nertz, Melanie V. / Yulianto, Vissia Ita (2013). Re-Imagining ‘the West’ and performing ‘Indonesian modernities’: Muslims, Christians and paranormal practitioners. Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, 138 (1), 3-22.

Suharnoko Sjahrir, Bambang / Kis-Katos, Krisztina; Schulze, Günther G. (2013). Political Budget Cycles in Indonesia at the District Level, Economics Letters, 120 (2), 342-345.


Agustina, Cut Dian R.D. / Fengler, Wolfgang / Schulze, Günther G. (2012). The Regional Impact of Indonesia’s Fiscal Policy on Oil and Gas. Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, 48 (3), 369-397.

Bullinger, Cathrin / Haug, M. (2012). In and Out of the Forest: Decentralisation and Recentralisation of Forest Governance in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. ASEAS – Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, 5 (2), 243-262.

Bullinger, Cathrin / Seitz, Stefan / Volz, Andreas (2012). Das Jollibee-Phänomen: „Filipino in taste – making proudly Filipino“. Aneignungsprozesse im philippinischen Konsumverhalten in Geschichte und Gegenwart. Internationales Asienforum, 43 (3-4), 301-323.

Lang, Jarno (2012). The Relevance of the US-Presidential Election for Indonesia: A Pre-Election Analysis. 5 November 2012. Fair Observer.

Lang, Jarno (2012). An Indonesian Reaction to Obama’s Re-Election. 23 November 2012. Fair Observer. 

Malagina, Agni (2012). 'Tjan Tjoe Som' and 'Tjan Tjoe Siem'. In: Leo Suryadinata (ed.). Southeast Asian Personalities of Chinese Descent: A Biographical Dictionary. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Mansrisuk, Chaiwatt (2012). Decentralization in Thailand and the Limits of the Functionalist Perspective of Institutional Reform. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 11, 71-97.

Mietzner, Marcus (2012). Yudhoyono's Legacy between Stability and Stagnation. In: Singh, Daljit/ Thambipillai, Pushpa, Southeast Asian Affairs 2012. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Müller, Evamaria (2012). Just Fashion? NS-Symbole in der indonesischen Jugendkultur; APuZ, 11-12, 49-53.

Nguitragool, Parudee (2012). Environmental Governance in Democratic and Decentralised Indonesia: Between State, Family and Conservation. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 11, 45-69.

Nguitragool, Parudee (2012). God-King and Indonesia: Renegotiating the Boundaries between Western and Non-Western Perspectives on Foreign Policy. Pacific Affairs ,85 (4), 723-743.

Piper, Nicola / Rother, Stefan (2012). Let's Argue about Migration: Advancing a right(s) discourse via communicative opportunities. Third World Quarterly, 33 (9),1735-1750.

Priwitzer, Kerstin (2012). The Vietnamese Health Care System in Change. A Policy Network Analysis of a Southeast Asian Welfare Regime. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Rother, Stefan (2012). Wendt meets East: ASEAN cultures of conflict and cooperation. Cooperation and Conflict, 47 (1), 49–67.

Rüland, Jürgen (2012). Introduction to the First Four Articles: Governance, Decentralisation and Democratisation in Southeast Asia. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 11, 5-16.

Rüland, Jürgen (2012). The limits of democratizing interest representation: ASEAN’s regional corporatism and normative challenges. European Journal of International Relations.

Rüland, Jürgen (2012). The rise of "diminished multilateralism": East Asian and European forum shopping in global governance. Asia Europe Journal, 2.

Rüland, Jürgen / Manea, Maria-Gabriela (2012). How much an Actor and under which Logics of Action? Roles of Parliaments in the Establishment of Democratic Control of the Armed Forces in Indonesia and Nigeria. Deutsche Stiftung Friedensforschung. Forschung DSF No. 34.

Schlehe, Judith (2012). Moderne Paranormale als spirituelle UnternehmerInnen in Indonesien? ASIEN, 123, 95-111.

Simandjuntak, Deasy (2012). Gifts and Promises: Patronage Democracy in a Decentralised Indonesia. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 11, 99-126.

von Lübke, Christian (2012). Striking the Right Balance. Economic Concentration and Local Government Performance in Indonesia and the Philippines. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 11, 17-44.

von Lübke, Christian / Patunru, Arianto A. / McCulloch, Neil (2012). A Tale of Two Cities: The Political Economy of Local Investment Climates in Indonesia. Journal of Development Studies, 48 (7), 799-816.


Carrapatoso, Astrid (2011). Climate policy diffusion: Interregional dialogue in China-EU relations. Global Change, Peace & Security, 23 (2), 177-194.

Haanstad, Eric J. (2011). Conference Report: Decentralization and Democratization in Southeast Asia. ASIEN, 121.

Kiatpongsan, Chaiyakorn (2011). The EU-Thailand Relations. Tracing the Patterns of New Bilateralism. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Kis-Katos, Krisztina / Liebert, Helge / Schulze, Günther G. (2011). On the origin of domestic and international terrorism. European Journal of Political Economy, 27, 17-36.

Kis-Katos, Krisztina / Schulze, Günther G. (2011). Child Labour in Indonesian Small Industries, Journal of Development Studies, 47 (12), 1887-1908.

Kis-Katos, Krisztina; Sparrow, Robert (2011). Child labor and trade liberalization in Indonesia, Journal of Human Resources, 46 (4), 722-749.

Nguitragool, Paruedee (2011). Environmental Cooperation in Southeast Asia. ASEAN's regime for transboundary haze pollution. London: Routledge.

Nguitragool, Paruedee (2011). Negotiating the Haze Treaty: Rationality and Institutions in the Negotiations for the ASEAN Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution (2002). Asian Survey, 51 (2), 356-378.

Piper, Nicola; Rother, Stefan (2011). Transnational Inequalities, Transnational Responses: The Politicization of Migrant Rights in Asia. In Rehbein, Boike (ed.). Globalization and Inequality in Emerging Societies. Palgrave Macmillan, 235–255.

Rother, Stefan (2011). Migration im Interessenkonflikt. Das Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD) in Mexiko, Blätter für deutsche und internationale Politik, (1), 29-32.

Rüland, Jürgen (2011). Southeast Asian Regionalism and Global Governance: "Multilateral Utility" or "Hedging Utility"?. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 33 (1), 83-112.

Rüland, Jürgen / Nguitragool, Paruedee (2011). Does Regime Type Matter? Southeast Asia's New Democracies and the Democratic Peace Hypothesis Revisited, in Croissant, Aurel / Bünte, Marco (eds). The Crisis of Democratic Governance in Southeast Asia. Palgrave Macmillan, 230- 250

Schlehe, Judith (2011). Cultural Politics of Representation in Contemporary Indonesia. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 10 (2), 149-167.

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Yulianto, Vissia Ita (2011). Is the Past in Another Country? A Case Study of Rural-Urban Affinity on Mudik Lebaran in Middle Java. KITLV Journal of Indonesian Social Sciences and Humanities, 4, 49-67.


Carrapatoso, Astrid (2010). Environment and Security. In Schuck, Christoph (ed.). Multilevel and Multidimensional Security in the International System. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Haanstad, Eric J. (Ed.) (2010). Politics as Prison. Southeast Asian Studies Serials, 7. Phnom Penh: Center for Khmer Studies Press.

Hofman, Bert / Kaiser, Kai / Schulze, Günther G. (2010). Corruption and Decentralization. In Holtzappel, C. / Ramstedt, M. (eds). Decentralization and Regional Autonomy in Indonesia: Implementation and Challenges. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies 99-113.

Jetschke, Anja  (2010). Human Rights and State Security. Indonesia and the Philippines. Philadephia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Pink, Johanna (2010).Tradition, authority and innovation in contemporary Sunni tafsīr. Towards a typology of Qur’anic commentaries from the Arab World, Indonesia and Turkey. Journal of Qur’anic Studies, 12: 56–82.

Pink, Johanna (2010). Tradition and ideology in contemporary Sunnite Qur'anic exegesis. Qur'anic commentaries from the Arab World, Turkey and Indonesia and their interpretation of Q 5:51. Welt des Islams, 50,1: 3–59.

Rother, Stefan (2010). "Inseln der Überzeugung" nicht in Sicht: Der Nationalstaat, NGOs und die globale Governance von Migration. Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 20 (3-4), 409-439.

Rother, Stefan (2010). Comment: A historical step - The International Labour Conference (ILC) has decided to draft a binding convention on the rights of domestic workers. Development + Cooperation, 51 (7).

Rother, Stefan (2010). Country Studies "Indonesia" and "Philippines", Analysis of mobility management systems in technical cooperation partner countries. Project study of GTZ.

Rother, Stefan (2010). The GFMD from Manila to Athens: One Step Forward, One Step Back?, Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 1.

Rother, Stefan (2010). "Demokratie“ als Rücküberweisung? Der Einfluss von ArbeitsmigrantInnen auf die demokratische Entwicklung ihrer Heimatländer. In: Reese, Niklas; Welkmann, Judith (eds). Das Echo der Migration. Wie Auslandsmigration die Länder des globalen Südens verändert. Unkel: Horlemann-Verlag, 252-261.

Rüland, Jürgen (2010). Balancers, multilateral utilities or regional identity builders? International relations and the study of interregionalism, Journal of European Public Policy, 17 (8), 1271-1283.

Rüland, Jürgen / Bechle, Karsten (2010). Interregionalism without Regions: IBSA as a Form of Shallow Regionalism, In: Dosch, Jörn / Jacob, O. (eds). Asia and Latin America. Political, Economic and Multilateral Relations, London: Routledge, 157-176.

Rüland, J. (2010). How much of a „Multilateral Utility?“ The Contribution of Southeast Asian Security Regionalism to Global Governance, In: Singh, H. / Dürkop, C. (eds). Comprehensive Security in the Asia-Pacific Region. Seoul: Konrad Adenauer Foundation, 513-529.

Rüland, Jürgen; Werz, N. (2010).Politikwissenschaft und Regionalstudien in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, In: Gerlach, I. /Jesse, E. / Kneuer, M. / Werz, N. (eds). Politikwissenschaft in Deutschland, Baden-Baden: Nomos, S. 383-412.

Schlehe, Judith (2010). Die Zukunft von Natur und Politik im chinesischen Jahr des Tigers, In: Schulz, Dorothea; Seebode, Jochen (Hg.). Spiegel und Prisma. Ethnologie zwischen postkolonialer Politik und Deutung der eigenen Gesellschaft. Hamburg: Argument Verlag, 326-340.

Schlehe, Judith / Uike-Bormann, Michiko / Oesterle, Carolyn / Hochbruck, Wolfgang (eds) (2010). Staging the Past. Themed Environments in Transcultural Perspectives. Bielefeld: Transkript.

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Schlehe, Judith / Uike-Bormann, Michiko (2010). Staging the Past in Cultural Theme Parks: Representations of ‘Self’ and ‘Other’ in Asia and Europe. In: Schlehe, Judith et al. (eds) (2010). Staging the Past. Themed Environments in Transcultural Perspectives. Bielefeld: Transkript. 57-91.

Schlehe, Judith (2010). Anthropology of Religion: Disasters and the Representations of Tradition and Modernity. Religion, 40 (2), 112-120.


Czaika, Mathias / Kis-Katos, Krisztina (2009). Civil Conflict and Displacement: Village-Level Determinants of Forced Migration in Aceh, Journal of Peace Research 46 (3), 399-418.

Fritz Carrapatoso, Astrid (2009). Die WTO und der globale Umweltschutz - Ein Beitrag zum Green New Deal?. GIGA Focus, 4.

Haanstad, Eric J. (2009). Violence and Temporal Subjectivity. Anthropology and Humanism, 34 (1), 71-82.

Jetschke, Anja; Rüland, Jürgen (2009). Decoupling Rhetoric and Practice: The Cultural Limits of ASEAN Cooperation. The Pacific Review, 22 (2).

Jetschke, Anja (2009). Institutionalizing ASEAN: celebrating Europe through network governance. Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 22 (3), 407-426.

Manea, Maria-Gabriela (2009). How and Why Interaction Matters: ASEAN’s Regional Identity and Human Rights. Cooperation and Conflict, 44 (1), 27–49.

Rother, Stefan (2009). Changed in Migration? Philippine Return Migrants and (un)-democratic remittances. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 8 (2).

Rother, Stefan (2009). „Inside-Outside“ or „Outsiders by choice“? Civil society strategies towards the 2nd Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD) in Manila. ASIEN 111, 95-107.

Rother, Stefan (2009). Transnational political spaces: Political activism of Philippine labor migrants in Hong Kong. In: Tigno, Jorge V. (ed.), State, Politics and Nationalism Beyond Borders: Changing Dynamics of Filipino Overseas Migration. Quezon City: Philippine Migration Research Network and Philippine Social Science Council Publishing, 109-140.  

Rother, Stefan (2009). Arbeitsmigration zwischen Nationalstaat und Global Migration Governance: Das Beispiel des Entsendelandes Philippinen. In: Weiland, H. / Wehr, I. / Seifert, M. (eds). Good Governance in der Sackgasse, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 217-240.

Rother, Stefan (2009). Graswurzel Global: Der Asian Migrants Coordinating Body (AMCB) in Hongkong. In: Hoering, U. / Pye, O. / Schaffer, W. / Wichterdich, C. (Hg.). Globalisierung bringt Bewegung. Lokale Kämpfe und transnationale Vernetzungen. Münster: Verlag Westfälisches Dampfboot, 136-151. 

Rüland, Jürgen / Kessler, Christl / Rother, Stefan (eds) (2009). Democratisation through International Migration?, European Journal of East Asian Studies, 8 (2), 161-180.

Rüland, Jürgen (2009). Deepening ASEAN Cooperation through Democratization? The Indonesian Legislature and Foreign Policymaking, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 9 (3), 373-402.

Rüland, Jürgen (2009). Good Governance statt Demokratie? Zur Lokalisierung eines universalen Konzepts in Thailand. In Weiland, H. / Wehr, I. / Seifert, M. (Hg.). Good Governance in Der Sackgasse, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 107-121.

Rüland, Jürgen (2009). Malthus oder Mahathir? Bevölkerung, Ökonomie und die politische Gestaltung der Globalisierung in Südostasien. In: Maull, H. W. / Wagener, M. (Hg.), Ostasien in der Globalisierung, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 61-82.

Schulze, Günther G. / Warning, Susanne (2009). Misleading Rankings of Research in Business: A Reply, German Economic Review, 10 (3), 368-371.


Carapatoso, Astrid Fritz (2008). Environmental aspects in free trade agreements in the Asia-Pacific region. Asia Europe Journal, 6 (2), 229-244.

Carrapatoso, Astird Fritz (2008). Ein Klima der Veränderung? Ergebnisse des Weltklimagipfels in Bali 2007, GIGA Focus, 3.

Dabringhaus, Sabine (2008). Das Eigene in der Fremde: Die chinesische Diaspora der späten Kaiserzeit. In: Kaelble, Hartmut (Hg.). Selbstbilder und Fremdbilder. Repräsentation sozialer Ordnung im Wandel, Berlin, 235-258.

Haanstad, Eric J. (2008). Constructing Order through Chaos: A State Ethnography of the Thai Police. University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Hofman, Bert / Kaiser, Kai / Schulze, Günther G. (2008). Decentralization and Corruption. In: Holzappel, Coen G. / Ramstedt, M. (eds). Decentralization and Regional Autonomy in Indonesia: Implementation and Challenges. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies 99–113.

Jetschke, Anja / Rüland, Jürgen (2008). 40 Years of ASEAN: Perspectives, Performance and Lessons for Chance. The Pacific Review, 21 (4), 397-409.

Kessler, Christl / Rüland, Jürgen (2008). Give Jesus a Hand! Charismatic Christians: Populist Religion in the Philippines. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press.

Kis-Katos, Krisztina / Czaika, M. (2008 ). Civil Conflict and Displacement - Village-Level Determinants of Forced Migration in Aceh, Journal of Peace Research.

Lorch, Jasmin (2008). The (Re)-Emergence of Civil Society in the Era of State Weakness: the Case of Education in Myanmar. In: Skidmore, M. / Wilson, T. (eds). Dictatorship, Disorder and Decline in Myanmar. ANU E Press, 151- 176.

Lorch, Jasmin (2008). Stopgap or Change Agent? The Role of Burma’s Civil Society after the Crackdown. Internationales Asienforum (International Quarterly for Asian Studies), 39 (1-2), 21-54.

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Nuitragool, Paruedee (2008). An ASEAN Environmental Regime? Fighting Transboundary Haze Pollution in Southeast Asia.

Rother, Stefan (2008). …und sie migrieren immer noch – Arbeitsmigration in Südostasien 10 Jahre nach der Finanzkrise. Südostasien, 24 (1), 12-15. 

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Schlehe, Judith / Simatupang, Lono Lastoro (eds) (2008). Towards Global Education? Indonesian and German Academic Cultures Compared. Menuju Pendidikan Global? Membandingkan budaya akademik Indonesia dan Jerman. Yogyakarta: Kanisius.

Schlehe, Judith / Rehbein, Boike (Hg.) (2008). Religion und die Modernität von Traditionen in Asien. Neukonfigurationen von Götter-, Geister- und Menschenwelten. Münster: Lit Verlag.

Schlehe, Judith (2008). Cultural Politics of Natural Disasters: Discourses on Volcanic Eruptions in Indonesia. In: Casimir, M. J. (ed.). Culture and the Changing Environment. Uncertainty, Cognition, and Risk Management in Cross-Cultural Perspective. Oxford: Berghahn Books, 275-299.

Schlehe, Judith (2008). Qualitative ethnographische Interviewformen. In: Beer, B. (Hg.). Methoden und Techniken der Feldforschung. 2. überarbeitete u. erweiterte Auflage. Berlin: Reimer, 71-93.

Seitz, Stefan (2008). Decision Making in Times of Disasters: The Acceptance of Wet Rice Cultivation among the Aeta of Zambales (Philippines). In: Casimir, M. J. (ed.). Culture and the Changing Environment. Uncertainty, Cognition, and Risk Management in Cross-Cultural Perspective. Oxford: Berghahn, 125-145.

Ziegenhain, Patrick (2008). The Indonesian Parliament and Democratization. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.


Carrapatoso, Astrid Fritz (2007). The Greening of Free Trade. Domestic Politics and Environmental Issues in New Zealand's Free Trade Agreement Negotiations. Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller.

Carrapatoso, Astrid Fritz (2007). The Integration of Trade and Environmental Policies in Free Trade Agreements in Southeast Asia. Current Southeast Asian Affairs, 26 (1), 77-106.

Kis-Katos, Krisztina (2007). Does Globalization Reduce Child Labor?. Journal of International Trade and Economic Development. 19 (1), 71-92.

Menniken, Timo (2007). China’s Performance in International Resource Politics: Lessons from the Mekong. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 29 (1), 97-120.


Bille, Trine / Schulze, Günther G. (2006). Culture in Urban and Regional Development, In: Ginsburgh, V.; Throsby, D. (eds). Handbook of Economics of Arts and Culture, Amsterdam: Elsevier Science, North Holland, Amsterdam, 1051-1099.

Dabringhaus, Sabine (2006). Territorialer Nationalismus, Geschichte und Geographie im China der Republikzeit (1900-1949). Köln/Weimar: Böhlau-Verlag.

Dabringhaus, Sabine (2006). Grenzüberschreitende Identitäten: Nationalismus und chinesische Diaspora. In: Rehbein, B. / Rüland, J. / Schlehe, J. (Hg.). Identitätspolitik und Interkulturalität in Asien, Münster, 73-92.

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Haanstad, Eric J. (2006). The "Other" City of Angels:  Ethnography with the Bangkok Police.  In Gardner, A.; Hoffman, D. (Eds.), Dispatches from the Field: Neophyte Ethnographers in a Changing World. Long Grove: Waveland Press, 223-235.

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Hoadley, Stephen/ Rüland, Jürgen (eds) (2006). Asian Security Re-Assessed, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

Jetschke, Anja (2006). Challenges to Human Rights and Civil Liberties. In: Hoadley, S./ Rüland, J. (eds). Asian Security Reassessed. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 291-310.

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Kessler, Christl (2006). Charismatic Christians: Genuinely Religious, Genuinely Modern. Philippine Studies,  54 (4), 560-584.

Kessler, Christl / Rüland, Jürgen (2006). Responses to Rapid Social Change: Populist Religion in the Philippines. Pacific Affairs, 79 (1), 73-96.

Lorch, Jasmin (2006). Civil Society under Authoritarian Rule: The Case of Myanmar. SÜDOSTASIEN aktuell, 2, 3-37.

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Rüland, Jürgen (2006). Interregionalism and the Crisis of Multilateralism: How to Keep the Asia-Europe Meting (ASEM) Relevant. European Foreign Affairs Review, 11 (1), 45-62.

Schlehe, Judith (2006). Nach dem Erdbeben auf Java: Kulturelle Polarisierungen, soziale Solidarität und Abgrenzung. Internationales Asienforum, 37 (3-4), 213-237.

Seitz, Stefan (2006). Minoritäten und nationale Identitätspolitik in Südostasien: Das Beispiel der Philippinen. In: Rehbein, B. / Rüland, J. / Schlehe, J. (Hg.). Identitätspolitik und Interkulturalität in Asien: ein multidisziplinäres Mosaik. Münster: Lit. Verlag, 191-216.

Sjahrir, Bambang Suharnoko; Hofman, Bert; Kadjatmiko; Kaiser, Kai (2006). Evaluating Fiscal Equalization in Indonesia. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper.


Kis-Katos, Krizstina / Schulze, Günther G. (2005). Regulation of Child Labor. Economic Affairs, 25 (3), 24-30.

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Rüland, Jürgen / Jürgenmeyer, Clemens / Nelson, Michael H. / Ziegenhain, Patrick (2005). Parliaments and Political Change in Asia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

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Rüland, Jürgen (2005). Introduction: East Asian Regionalism: From Stagnation to Re-Invention?. European Journal of East Asian Studies, 4 (2), 149-176.

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Rother, Stefan (2004). Identitäten, Normen und die Logik der Anarchie. Die ASEAN aus konstruktivistischer Perspektive. Freiburg: Arnold-Bergstraesser Institut.

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Rüland, Jürgen  (2003). Constitutional Debates in the Philippines. From Presidentialism to Parliamentarianism? Asian Survey XLIII (3), 461-484.

Schulze, Günther G. / Frank, Björn (2003). Deterrence versus Intrinsic Motivation: Experimental Evidence on the Determinants of Corruptibility. Economics of Governance, 4 (2),143-160.

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Rüland, Jürgen / Manske, Eva / Draguhn, Werner (eds) (2002). Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC). The First Decade. London: Routledge Curzon.


Rüland, Jürgen (2000). ASEAN and the Asian crisis: theoretical implications and practical consequences for Southeast Asian regionalism. The Pacific Review, 13 (3), 421-451.