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Raquiza, Antoinette R., Ph.D.

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Associate Professor
Ph.D. in Political Science, City University of New York Graduate Center
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Political economy of late development • Southeast Asian Studies • comparative political institutions • globalization and IPE • identity politics and conflict studies

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. in Political Science, City University of New York Graduate Center
  • M.A. in Political Science, City University of New York Graduate Center
  • B.A. in Journalism, University of the Philippines Diliman

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Political economy of late development
  • Governance and development policies
  • Comparative political institutions
  • Globalization and international political economy
  • Identity politics and conflict studies

COURSES HANDLED

  • AS 255  Politics and Governance of Southeast Asia
  • AS 253  Readings on Southeast Asia
  • AS 203  Nationalism and National Development
  • AS 201  Modern Asia

RECENT PUBLICATIONS: Book Chapters or Journal Articles

2017. "Philippine Services Sector: Domestic Policy and Global Markets." In Southeast Asia Beyond Crises and Traps: Economic Growth and Upgrading, edited by Boo Teik Khoo, Keiici Tsunekawa, and Motoko Kawano, 225–249. Palgrave Macmillan. READ EXCERPT.

2015. "The BPO Industry and the Philippine Trade in Services: Boon or Bane?" In The Local Impact of Globalization in South and Southeast Asia, edited by Bart Lambregts, Niels Beerepoot, and Robert C. Kloosterman, 46–59. Routledge.  Read a brief excerpt

2014. "Changing configuration of Philippine capitalism." Philippine Political Science Journal 35 (2): 225–50. 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS: Books

2012. State Structure, Policy Formation, and Economy Development in Southeast Asia: The Political Economy of Thailand and the Philippines. Routledge. 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS: Essays and Commentaries

2016. ASEAN and the Belt and Road Policy Initiative: Prospects and Challenges. Asia Pacific Pathways to Progress, 1 March. Read excerpts.

2016. The Silk Belt Road, 21st Century Maritime Silk Road and Regional Connectivity [interview]. Asia Pacific Pathways to Progress, 22 February.

2010. "Colombia's Land Conflict from a Peace and Development Framework." Conciliation Resources, August 31. 

ACTIVITIES: CONFERENCES ATTENDED, ETC

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Dr. Raquiza is Program Leader of the Asian Center's institutional research program, Bugkos, which features several regional and comparative studies on Asia.