1 GREG B. FELKER Department of Politics Willamette University 900 State St., Salem, OR, 97301, U.S.A. Tel Fax EDUCATION Graduate School: Undergraduate Princeton University Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs Degrees: PhD, 1998, Political Economy of Development MPA (Master of Public & International Affairs), 1992, International Development Boston University University Professors Program Degree: BA, 1988, Political Economy RESEARCH INTERESTS Southeast & East Asian Comparative Politics & Political Economy; International Development; International Political Economy; International Political Economy & Relations of Asia; Politics of Technological Change; Globalization. ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY, Department of Politics Associate Professor of Asian and International Politics, August 2009 Chair, International Studies Program, August 2009-February 2012; August 2013-August 2014 Assistant Professor, August 2005-August 2009 Teaching: eight undergraduate courses - Asian Politics & Development; Asia & the International System; International Politics; Nations & the International System; Technology, Power and Social Change; Globalization and Equity; Capitalism & Democracy; Politics in the Developing World; instructor in the campus-wide freshman interdisciplinary seminar World Views 2005: War & Its Alternatives, and in the successor College Colloquium fall 2010; instructor for the Tokyo International University of America (TIUA) summer session course American Politics; Service: Chair, Student Learning Assessment Committee (2014- ); member, Academic Council (elected, ); Chair, Tokyo International University of America / Willamette University Relations Committee ( ); Multicultural Affairs Committee ( ); Search Committee for the Dean of the Graduate School of Education ( ); faculty member of the Center for Asian Studies; Model United Nations advisor. THE HONG KONG UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, Division of Social Science Assistant Professor, Teaching: Developed and taught a graduate seminar, States and Markets, and four undergraduate courses: Technology Development in East Asia; Southeast Asia: Politics and Development; Introduction to International Relations; and Political Development. Recipient of HKUST s Teaching Innovation Award (2001). Service on several Ph.D. and M.Phil. thesis and examination committees. Service: Curriculum Committee ( ); Undergraduate Program Committee ( ), Search Committee for junior faculty position in Technology Policy (2000), and Search Committee for Professor and Head of the Division of Social Science (2001). Consultancies: United Nations Conference on Trade & Development (UNCTAD) - Asian Regional Seminar on Export Competitiveness and the Role of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI): Enhancing Local Firms Competitiveness through Linkages with Transnational Corporations, expert resource person ( ); Hong Kong SAR Industry Department - "Appropriate Science & Technology Indicators for Hong Kong", team member, (1999). Visiting Appointments THE HONG KONG INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION, Department of Social Science Honorary Visiting Associate Professor, June 2012-June 2013 THE UNIVERSITY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA, Department of Political Science & International Relations Honorary Visiting Research Fellow, January June, 2012
2 Felker C.V. p. 2 CHULALONGKORN UNIVERSITY, Faculty of Political Science, Centre for Social Development Studies Visiting Assistant Professor, January 2005 June 2005 Teaching: conducted a thesis-writing seminar for students in the inaugural year of the Centre s Master of Arts in International Development Studies (MAIDS) program. Research: conducted independent research and presented seminars in the Faculty of Political Science. THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK, Department of Government and Politics Visiting Assistant Professor, Teaching: four undergraduate courses: Technology Development in East Asia and Regional Political Economy of the Asia-Pacific in Fall 2002 and Political Economy of Technological Change and Southeast Asian Politics and Development in Spring PUBLICATIONS Malaysia s Development Strategies: Governing Distribution-through Growth in M. Weiss, ed. Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Malaysia, London: Routledge, Post-Nationalist Industrialization in Southeast Asia: Characteristics, Origins and Global Implications in Mohd Azizuddin M.A. et al, eds. Proceedings of the 4 th International Conference on International Studies 2012, Sintok: UUM Press, Credibility and the search for a new development model in New Mandala Malaysia after regime change May, 2012; The political economy of Southeast Asia s techno-glocalism in Cambridge Review of International Affairs Vol. 22, No. 3, September The Political Economy of Southeast Asia in M. Beeson, ed. Contemporary Southeast Asia: Regional Dynamics, National Differences 2 nd edition, London: Palgrave MacMillan, Southeast Asia and Globalization: The Political Economy of Illiberal Adaptation, in E. Kuhonta, T. Vu, D. Slater, eds. Southeast Asia and Political Science: Theory, Region, Method, Stanford U. Press, Technology Policy in Malaysia, with Jomo K.S., the International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development Vol. 1, No. 2, Investment Policy in Malaysia with Jomo K.S., in Jomo K.S., ed. Industrial Policy in Malaysia, Singapore: Singapore University Press, Technology Policy in Malaysia with Jomo K.S., in Jomo K.S., ed. Industrial Policy in Malaysia, Singapore: Singapore University Press, Southeast Asian Industrialism and the Changing Global Production System, in K. Jayasuriya, ed. Asian Regional Governance, London: Routledge, 2004 The Politics of Economic Policy Making in Malaysia in B. Welsh, ed. Reflections: the Mahathir Years, Johns Hopkins U. School of Advanced International Studies, Southeast Asian Development in Regional and Historical Perspective in M. Beeson, ed. Contemporary Southeast Asia: Regional Dynamics, National Differences, London: Palgrave MacMillan, Science & Technology in China with M. Pecht and W. Liu, in The Chinese Electronics Industry, CRC Press, Southeast Asian Industrialism and the Changing Global Production System, Third World Quarterly, 24(2), Technology Policies and Innovation Systems in Southeast Asia, in Jomo K.S., ed. Southeast Asia's Paper Tigers, London: Routledge, "New Approaches to Investment Policy in the ASEAN 4" with Jomo K.S., in Jomo K.S., ed. Southeast Asia's Paper Tigers, London: Routledge, Regional Multilateralism and U.S. Leadership in post-cold War Asia in K.S. Nathan, ed. EU-US-ASEAN Relations in the 21 st Century: Challenges & prospects for Cooperative Engagement, London: ASEAN Academic Press, The Politics of Industrial Investment Policy Reform in Malaysia and Thailand in Jomo K.S., ed. Southeast Asia's Industrialization: Industrial Policy, Capabilities and Sustainability, Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave, ASEAN and Southeast Asia s Systemic Challenges, in J. Hsiung, ed 21st-Century World Order and the Asia Pacific, New York: Palgrave, 2001.
3 Felker C.V. p. 3 "Malaysia in 1999: Mahathir's Pyrrhic Deliverance" Asian Survey Vol. XL, No. 1-2, Malaysia s National Innovation System: Actors, Goals, and Governance, in Jomo K.S. and Greg Felker, eds. Technology, Competitiveness, and the State: Malaysia s Industrial Technology Policies, Routledge, Introduction - National Innovation Systems and the Malaysian Case with Jomo K.S., in Jomo K.S. and Greg Felker, eds. Technology, Competitiveness, and the State: Malaysia s Industrial Technology Policies, Routledge, Technology, Competitiveness, and the State: Malaysia s Industrial Technology Policies, co-editor with Jomo K.S. Routledge, Industrial Technology Development in Malaysia: Industry and Firm Studies, co-editor with Jomo K.S. and Rajah Rasiah. Routledge, London, Malaysia in 1998: A Cornered Tiger Bares its Claws Asian Survey Vol. XXXIX, No. 1-2, Political Economy and Malaysian Technology Policy, in Ishak Y. and Abd. Ghafar, eds. Malaysian industrialization: governance and technical change, Bangi: National University of Malaysia Press, Technology Institutions and Policies (Their Role in Developing Technological Capabilities in Industry), contributing author, Melvin Goldman and Henry Ergas, principal authors, and Eric Ralph. World Bank Technical Paper No. 383, October A Conceptual Framework for the Measurement of Technological Development, with Charles Weiss, Jr. in The Emerging Technological Trajectory of the Pacific Rim, Denis Simon, ed. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, CONFERENCES AND INVITED LECTURES State Leadership and Industrial Clusters in Southeast Asia, the 11 th Annual International Conference on Politics and International Affairs, June 17-20, 2013, Athens, Greece. Observations on Malaysia s 13 th General Elections: Trends, Results, Implications delivered at the Hong Kong Institute of Education, May 14, Post-National Industrialization in Southeast Asia: Origins, Dynamics, Implications delivered at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Association of Asian Studies, March 21-24, 2013; the University of Oregon Center for Asian Studies, February 14, 2012; the 4 th International Conference on Politics and International Studies, Kuala Lumpur, December 4-6, Teaching for Engagement in US Liberal Arts Education: An American Re-patriate s Reflections, the Hong Kong Institute of Education, December 3, Discussant in a Roundtable on the book Asia s Flying Geese: How Regionalization Shapes Japan, by Walter Hatch, at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, November 1-4, The Politics of Post-National Industrialization in Southeast Asia delivered at University of Western Australia Dept. of Political Science & International Relations May 18; Australia National University, Department of Political and Social Change, June 1; Murdoch University Asia Research Centre, June 8, Credibility and the Search for a new developmental model, essay published in the blog New Mandala / Malaysia after regime change, Australia National University, May 26, Discussant for a panel Revisiting the Developmental State: Origins and Legacies 2012 Annual Meeting of the Association of Asian Studies, Toronto, Canada, March 15-18, Malaysia s Troubled Cyber Capitalism, paper presented at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Association of Asian Studies, Honolulu, Hawai i, March 31-April 3, Chair of a panel on Media Flows in Asia. Global Production Networks and Malaysia s Middle Income Trap, at Faculty of Social Sciences, Monash University Malaysia, July 30, The Politics of Post-National Industrialization in Southeast Asia, at the Willamette University Faculty Colloquium, October 30, Organizer, Chair, Presenter of a Roundtable on Malaysia s New Politics: From Hegemony to Pluralism? at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Asian Studies, Chicago, March 26-29, The Regional Politics of Southeast Asia s Techno-Glocalism, International Conference on Still The Asian Century?, organized by the Dept. of Political Science & International Studies, University of Birmingham, UK, September, Fifty Years of Development Policy in Malaysia: The Gyroscopic Politics of Distribution-through-Growth, presenter and organizer of a panel on Malay(si)a at Fifty: Continuity and Change in the Malaysian National Project at the 2007 Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, Boston, MA 22-24, Technocracy and Technology: Malaysia s Developmentalism in Historical Perspective, Fifth International Malaysian Studies Conference, Universiti Putra, Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia 8-10 August, 2006.
4 Felker C.V. p. 4 Why Politics is Crucial to Understanding Innovation, lecture to the Department of Science & Technology Studies, Faculty of Science, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 4 August Liberal Arts and the Restless Vocation, address to Boston University s University Professors Program 2006 Commencement Weekend Alumni Luncheon, 14 May China s Rise in Asia: Implications for the United States, address to the Portland International Affairs Committee of the Oregon World Affairs Council, Portland, OR, 31 January United States Preeminence and the United Nations at 60, address to the League of Women Voters / United Nations Association of the U.S.A. annual U.N. Day Dinner, Salem, OR, 24 October Globalization and the Political Economy of Southeast Asia: A Conceptual Survey, Faculty of Political Science Public Lecture, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, 9 June, Globalization and Southeast Asia, presented at the workshop Southeast Asia in Political Science: Theory, Region, and Qualitative Analysis at Stanford University, June, International Production Networks and Post-Crisis Regionalism in Asia, presented at the City University of Hong Kong conference Asia Pacific Economies: Multilateral vs. Bilateral Relationships, May International Symposium on China And Southeast Asia: Challenges, opportunities and the reconstruction of Southeast Asian Chinese ethnic capital, discussant, City University of Hong Kong, Southeast Asia Research Centre, March, What Became of Southeast Asia s Liberal Moment?, organizer of a Roundtable Discussion at the Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting 2004, San Diego, March 4-7. Human Rights in Malaysia, discussant, at The Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs, 19 June Southeast Asia s Industrialization: In Need of a New Model?, presented at Hood College, 11 April Malaysia s Political Economy During the Mahathir Era, presented the Retrospective on the Mahathir Years, Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), 27 March Political Economy Approaches to Southeast Asia s Boom and Bust, presented at the Southeast Asia Seminar Series, Princeton University, 9 December, State and Market in Southeast Asia s Internet Economy, presented at the International Symposium: Electronic Media, Markets and Civil Society in Asia April, 2002, City University of Hong Kong, Southeast Asia Research Centre. Southeast Asian Industrialism and the Changing Global Production System, presented at the International Symposium: Running on Empty? Politics, Markets and Southeast Asian Regionalism 18 January 2002, City University of Hong Kong, Southeast Asia Research Centre. Global FDI Trends and National Industrialization Strategies: Implications for Asia, presented at the UNCTAD Asian Regional Seminar on Export Competitiveness and the Role of Foreign Direct Investment, Tianjin, China December 2001, background material for the 2003 World Investment Report. Markets and Mastery: State and Business in Southeast Asia s Industrial Boom and Bust, and co-organizer of a panel Southeast Asian Industrialism On Trial, 2001 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, August 30-September 1, Cyber-capitalism in Southeast Asia: Developmentalism, Governance, and Reform, presented at the International Studies Association Biennial Conference, Hong Kong, July 27-30, Motivating Dialogue: Web-based discussion forums for interactive teaching and learning, Hong Kong University Grants Council Conference on The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: New Challenges for Educational Practice in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, April 11, The Virtualization of Southeast Asian Electronics Complex, presented at the Workshop on The Internet, Global Production Networks, and Developing Asia, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawai i, Jan , 2001 "Region Without a Cause?: ASEAN and Southeast Asia's Systemic Challenges", presented at the Workshop on the Asia Pacific and the twenty-first century world order, Lingnan University, Hong Kong, 7-8 April, "New Approaches to Investment Policy in the ASEAN 4", with Jomo K.S., presented at the Asian Development Bank High-Level Dialogue on New Development Paradigms, Tokyo, Dec. 10, "From Segmented to Unitary Hegemony: The U.S. and Post-Crisis Multilateralism in Asia" presented at the MAAS International Conference ASEAN, the U.S., and the E.U. -- Strategies for Cooperative Engagement in the Twenty-First Century, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Sept , Globalization and the State in Late Industrialization: the Malaysian and Thai Cases, presented at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA, September. Changing Conceptual Approaches to Malaysian Politics, organizer of a meeting-in-conjunction sponsored by the Malaysia / Singapore / Brunei Studies Group, and presenter of a paper titled Conflicting Interpretations of
5 Felker C.V. p. 5 Malaysia s Political Economy: State and Society in Comparative Perspective at the 1998 Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, Washington, DC, March. "The New Politics of Foreign Investment in Malaysia and Thailand", presented at the Southeast Asia Studies Regional Program (SEASREP) First Biennial Conference, University of the Philippines, January, From Particularism to Developmentalism: Policy Networks in Technology Development in Southeast Asia presented at the 1997 Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, Chicago, IL, March. Malaysia s Technological Development - Policies, Institutions, and Political Economy with Jomo K.S., presented at the 1996 Annual Meeting of the Federation of ASEAN Economic Associations, Bangkok, Nov. Global Localization: Multinationals and the State in Malaysia and Thailand, presented at The Sixth Southeast Asia Business Conference, University of Michigan, May, Political Economy and Technology Policy in Malaysia, presented at the National Seminar on Governance Mechanisms and Technological Change in Industry, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, August, LANGUAGES Malay / Indonesian; French; Russian. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Chair, Malaysia / Singapore / Brunei Studies Group of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) Editorial Board member, The International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development Article reviewer for Pacific Affairs, Asian Survey, Australian Journal of International Relations; Journal of Development Studies; Manuscript reviewer for Routledge Press; National University of Singapore Press. Member of the first Executive Council of the Hong Kong Political Science Association, Served on the Preparatory Committee for the organization and founding of the Association, 1999.