Researching Vietnamese PoliticsA Comment on “Malesky vs. Fforde”

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2018-10-31

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10.1525/vs.2018.13.3.127

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Malesky, E (2018). Researching Vietnamese PoliticsA Comment on “Malesky vs. Fforde”. Journal of Vietnamese Studies, 13(2). pp. 127–162. 10.1525/vs.2018.13.3.127 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/17722.

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Malesky

Edmund Malesky

Professor of Political Science

Malesky is a specialist on Southeast Asia, particularly Vietnam. Currently, Malesky's research agenda is very much at the intersection of Comparative and International Political Economy, falling into three major categories: 1) Authoritarian political institutions and their consequences; 2) The political influence of foreign direct investment and multinational corporations; and 3) Political institutions, private business development, and formalization.


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