Research for Development and Justice


Book Chapter

Overview of Broad-Based Economic Empowerment: The Experience of Malaysia

Just Faaland (2007) in Bank of Namibia 9th Annual Symposium Publication 2007. Broad-Based Economic Empowerment: Experience from other Developing Countries. Gaborone: Bank of Namibia. Research Department pp. 64-82

Unpublished Commissioned Report

Growth with Distribution Framework for Malaysia, 2005-2020

Ivar Kolstad and Espen Villanger (2006) Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute 88 p.

CMI Report

Selskapers sosiale ansvarlighet. En teoretisk analyse og empirisk undersøkelse av bedrifter i Malaysia

Arild Spissøy (2004) Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI Report R 2004: 7) 66 p. (In Norwegian only)


Growth and ethnic inequality. Malaysia's new economic policy

Just Faaland, Jack Parkinson and Rais Saniman (2003) Kuala Lumpur: Utusan Publications & Distributors Sdn Bhd 446 p.

Book Chapter

Bridging the ethnic gap: the case of the Malaysia new economic policy (NEP)

Just Faaland (2003) in Asmah Haji Omar: The Genius of Malay civilization. Kuala Lumpur : Institute of Malay Civilisation pp. 182-214

Edited Book

Human rights in development. Yearbook 1999/2000. The millennium edition

Hugo Stokke, Arne Tostensen (eds.) (2001) The Hague: Kluwer Law International/ Nordic Human Rights Publications 260 p.

Book Chapter

Reasonable discrimination? Affirming access to higher education in Malaysia

Hugo Stokke (2001) in Human rights in development. Yearbook 1999/2000. The millennium edition. The Hague: Kluwer Law International/ Nordic Human Rights Publ pp. 189-214

CMI Working Paper

Foreign direct investments and development: The Malaysian electronics sector

Mohd Nazari Ismail (2001) Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute (CMI Working Paper WP 2001:4) 15 p.

Journal Article (Peer-Reviewed)

Asias gamle (og unge) drager

Hugo Stokke (1993) in Tidens Tegn vol. 1 no. 1 pp. 36-38

Hugo Stokke


Hugo Stokke is a political scientist focusing on human rights research.

Espen Villanger

Senior Researcher

Economist working on entrepreneurship and microbussiness development, poverty and income mobility, the rural economy, gender equality, foreign aid and multilateral organisations.

Human Rights Commissions in Southeast Asia

Start: Aug. 2003 (Completed)
Geography: Asia: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines.

Social Development and Investment. The Cases of Botswana and Malaysia

Start: Aug. 2003 (Completed)
Keywords: Malaysia Botswana Social Development Investment
Geography: Africa: Botswana. Asia: Malaysia.
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