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Development in the Eighties
(with H. Osman Rani and Ishak Shari),
Faculty of Economics,
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi,
1981 (309pp. + viii).
 
The Fourth Malaysia Plan: Economic Perspectives
(with R.J.G. Wells),
Malaysian Economic Association,
Kuala Lumpur,
1983 (185pp. + vi).
 
The Malaysian Economy and Finance
(with Sritua Arief),
Rosecons, East Balmain, New South Wales, Australia,
for the Southeast Asia Research and Development Institute (SARDI),
1983 (346pp. + viii).
 
The Sun Also Sets: Lessons in 'Looking East'
INSAN, Kuala Lumpur,
2nd edition, 1985 (1st edition, 1983) (338pp. + xv).
 
Malaysia's New Economic Policies: Evaluations of the Mid-term Review of the Fourth Malaysia Plan
Malaysian Economic Association,
Kuala Lumpur,
1985 (93pp. + xviii)
 
ASEAN Economies: Crisis and Response
Malaysian Economic Association for the Federation of ASEAN Economic Association, Kuala Lumpur,
1985 (280pp. + vi).
 
Crisis and Response in the Malaysian Economy
(with Khong How Ling & Shamsulbahriah Ku Ahmad),
Malaysian Economic Association,
Kuala Lumpur,
1987 (239pp. + xv).
 
Pembangunan di Malaysia: Perencanaan Perlaksanaan dan Prestasi (Development in Malaysia: Planning, Implementation and Performance)
(with 3 others),
Malaysian Social Science Association,
Kuala Lumpur,
1987 (546pp. + xi).
 
Trade Unionism for Malaysian Workers
INSAN,
Kuala Lumpur,
1987 (58pp. + vi).
 
Where Monsoons Meet: A People's History of Malaya
INSAN,
Kuala Lumpur,
1987 (168pp + vi).
 
Tangled Web: Dissent, Deterrence and the 27th October 1987 Crackdown in Malaysia
CARPA, Sydney,
1988 (104pp. + xiv).
 
Logging Against the Natives of Sarawak
INSAN,
Kuala Lumpur,
2nd edition,
1992 (1st edition, 1989) (94pp. + xii).
 
Undermining Tin: The End of Malaysian Pre-eminence
Transnational Corporations Research Project,
University of Sydney,
Sydney,
1990 (99pp. + x).
 
The Origins and Development of Islam
by Asghar Ali Engineer,
Ikraq,
Kuala Lumpur,
1990 (161pp. + x).
 
Islamic Economics: Contemporary Ulama Perspectives
YPEIM,
Kuala Lumpur,
1991 (67pp + xii).
 
Child Labour in Malaysia
Forum for Labour Studies Programme,
Institute for Advanced Studies,
University of Malaya,
Kuala Lumpur,
1992 (179pp. + xii).
 
*Islamic Economic Alternatives: Critical Perspectives and New Directions
Macmillan,
London,
1992 (196pp. + x).
 
*Industrialising Malaysia: Performance
Problems,
Prospects,
Routledge,
London,
1993 (354pp + xvi).
 
Malaysia's Economy in the Nineties, special double issue of Journal of Economic Cooperation among Islamic Countries
Vol. 13,
nos. 3-4,
Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries,
Organization of the Islamic Conference,
Ankara,
July-October 1992; Expanded Malaysian edition,
published by Pelanduk Publications,
Petaling Jaya,
1994 (294pp. + xv).
 
*Japan and Malaysian Development: In the Shadow of the Rising Sun
Routledge,
London,
1994 (374pp. + ix).
 
*Privatizing Malaysia: Rents
Rhetoric,
Realities,
Westview Press,
Boulder and London,
1995 (281pp. + xvii).
 
Riba: The Moral Economy of Interest
Usury and Profit,
by Ziaul Haque,
Ikraq,
Kuala Lumpur,
1995 (180pp. + xii).
 
Riwayat Hidupku
by Khatijah Sidek,
Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia,
Bangi,
1995 (190pp.);
translated from My Life,
Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia,
Bangi,
2001.
 
*Capital the State and Late Industrialization in East Asia
(with John Borrego and Alejandro Alvarez Bejar),
Westview,
Boulder,
1996 (261pp + ix).
 
Tigers in Trouble: Financial Governance
Liberalisation and Crises in East Asia,
Zed Books,
London,
1998 (256pp. + xvi).
 
James Puthucheary: No Cowardly Past – Writings
Poems,
Commentaries (with Dominic Puthucheary),
INSAN,
Kuala Lumpur,
1998 (227pp. + ix).
 
Industrial Policy in East Asia (with Tan Kock Wah)
Penerbit Universiti Malaya,
Kuala Lumpur,
1999 (310pp. + xii).
 
*Technology, Competitiveness and the State: Malaysia's Industrial Technology Policies (with Greg Felker)
Routledge,
London,
1999 (271pp + xii).
 
*Industrial Technology Development in Malaysia: Industry and Firm Studies (with Rajah Rasiah and Greg Felker)
Routledge,
London,
1999 (399pp + xiii).
 
Rethinking Malaysia: Malaysian Studies 1. Malaysian Social Science Association
Kuala Lumpur,
1999 (293pp + vii).
 
*Rents, Rent-Seeking and Economic Development: Theory and the Asian Evidence (with Mushtaq Khan)
Cambridge University Press,
Cambridge,
2000 (338pp + xiv).
 
Malaysian Eclipse: Economic Crisis and Recovery
Zed Books,
London,
2001 (321pp + xlii).
 
Dark Clouds At Dawn, by Said Zahari. (English edition)
INSAN,
Kuala Lumpur,
2001 (316pp + lxv).
 
Comet In Our Sky: Lim Chin Siong In History (with Tan Jing Quee)
INSAN,
Kuala Lumpur,
2001 (170pp + xxii).
 
Memoirs of Khatijah Sidek
Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia,
2001 (174pp.).
 
Reinventing Malaysia: Reflections on Its Past and Future.
Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia,
Bangi,
2001 (160 pp.).
 
*Globalization Versus Development: Heterodox Perspectives
(with Shyamala Nagaraj),
Palgrave, Houndmills,
2001 (240pp + xxvii).
 
*Southeast Asia's Industrialization: Industrial Policy
Capabilities and Sustainability. Palgrave,
Houndmills,
2001 (349pp + xviii).
 
Ugly Malaysians? South-South Investments Abused
Institute for Black Studies, Durban,
2002 (171pp + vii).
 
*Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 33(2), June 2002.
[Loh Wei Leng, 'The Colonial State and Business: The Policy Environment in Malaya in the Inter-War Years',
pp 243-56;
Peter Post,
'The Kwik Hoo Tong Trading Society of Semarang, Java: A Chinese Business Network in Late Colonial Asia',
pp 279-96;
Carl A. Trocki, 'Opium and the Beginnings of Chinese Capitalism in Southeast Asia'.
pp 297-314;
Sikko Visscher,
'Actors and Arenas, Elections and Competition: The 1958 Election of the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce',
pp. 315-32].
 
New Perspectives in Malaysian Studies
(with Mohd Hazim Shah and Phua Kai Lit),
Malaysian Social Science Association,
Kuala Lumpur,
2003 (323pp).
 
*Southeast Asia's Paper Tigers: From Miracle To Debacle And Beyond.
Routledge, London,
2003 (298pp + xviii).
 
*Manufacturing Miracles: How Internationally Competitive National Firms And Industries Developed In East Asia.
RoutledgeCurzon,
London,
2003 (217pp + xviii).
 
Globalisation And Its Discontents, Revisited
(with K. J. Khoo).
Tulika,
Delhi,
2003 (232pp + xvi).
 
*Ethnic Business? Chinese Capitalism in Southeast Asia
(with Brian Folk).
RoutledgeCurzon,
London,
2003 (247pp + xiii).
 
After The Storm: Crisis, Recovery and Sustaining Development in East Asia
Singapore University Press,
Singapore,
2004.
 
Nationalism and the Struggle for Malayan Independence: Mustapha Hussain's Memories
(Translated by Insun Sony Mustapha).
Singapore University Press, Singapore, and Utusan Publications,
Kuala Lumpur,
2005.
 
Industrial Policy in Malaysia: The Chequered Record of Selective Investment Promotion.
Singapore University Press,
Singapore, 2005.
 
Global Economic Flows and Processes During The Long Twentieth Century
Oxford University Press,
New Delhi,
2005.
 
Economic Hegemony and Uneven Development In The South
Oxford University Press,
New Delhi,
2005.
 
The New Development Economics
(with Ben Fine)
Zed Books,
London,
and
Tulika,
New Delhi,
2005.
 
The Origins of Development Economics
Zed Books,
London,
and
Tulika,
New Delhi,
2005.
 
Pioneers of Development Economics
(with Hugh Goodacre)
Zed Books,
London,
and
Tulika,
New Delhi,
2005.
 
     
     
   
   
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