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Occasional Papers

 

 

 

 

   
 
Occasional Papers report on significant research in the Asia Pacific region and reflect diverse cultural and disciplinary perspectives.  All manuscripts are peer reviewed and edited.  The series can accommodate high-quality manuscripts that may not be suitable for journals because of their length (50 - 200 pages).  Recent issues are available without charge as Adobe Acrobat (pdf) files on the East-West Center website.
 
No.

Economic Series

 

 

1

Government Decentralization and Resource Rent Revenue Sharing: Issues and Policy, November 1999

2

U.S.-India Technology Cooperation and Capability Building: The Role of Interfirm Alliances in Knowledge-Based Industries, January 2004

 

 

No.

Politics and Security Series

 

 

1

Ensuring Democratic Civilian Control of the Armed Forces in Asia, October 1999

2

The Armed Forces and Internal Security in Asia: Preventing the Abuse of Power, December 1999

3

Going Out of Business: Divesting the Commercial Interests of Asia's Socialist Soldiers, Janaury 2000

4

Negotiating and Consolidating Democratic Civilian Control of the Indonesian Military, February 2001

 

 

No.

Population and Health Series

 

 

123

Population Policies and Programs in East Asia, July 2001

 

 

 

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