Industrialising Malaysia: Policy, Performance, Prospects

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NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

Anuwar Ali (PhD, Canterbury, 1983) is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Economics, National University of Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor. He has written extensively on Malaysian industrialisation and technology issues.

Chris Edwards (PhD, East Anglia, 1975) is Senior Lecturer in the School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, author of The Fragmented World and co-author of Why Economists Disagree? He has worked on Malaysian industrialisation since the late 1960s, wrote his PhD thesis on the subject and was recently UNIDO technical adviser to the Malaysian government.

S. Jayasankaran (BSc, Malaya, 1977) is a senior journalist with Malaysian Business and has written extensively on Malaysian political economy.

Jomo K. S. (PhD, Harvard, 1978) is Professor in the Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He is author of A Question of Class: Capital, the State and Uneven Development in Malaya and Growth and Structural Change in the Malaysian Economy, and editor of Islamic Economic Alternatives, among others.

Leslie O’Brien (PhD, Monash, 1979) is with the Economic Development Division of the ACT Chief Minister’s Department, Canberra. She previously held an appointment to the Industrialisation in Southeast Asia Program in the Research School of Pacific Studies at the Australian National University. Since 1973 she has worked on industrialisation and development in Singapore and Malaysia.

David C. O’Connor (MA, Stanford, 1978) is at the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) Development Centre, Paris, and has written extensively on development issues in Southeast Asia.

Rajah Rasiah (PhD, Cambridge, 1992) is a Lecturer in the Faculty of Economics, National University of Malaysia. He has written a great deal on industrialisation in Malaysia.

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