PROF. DR. EDMUND TERENCE A/L ERIC BONIFACE GOMEZ
|Department of Administrative Studies and Politics|
|Faculty of Economics and Administration|
|Department of Administrative Studies and Politics, Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya, 50603 Kuala Lumpur, W.Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia|
|Total Articles in Publication List||99|
|Articles With Citation Data||48|
|Sum of the Times Cited||156|
|Average Citations per Article||3.25|
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Edmund Terence Gomez Gomez is Professor of Political Economy at the Faculty of Economics & Administration, Universiti Malaya. He specializes in state-market relations and the linkages between politics, public policies, and capital development -- a subject on which he has published extensively, writing not only for academia but also more widely.
He has held appointments as Visiting Professor at: the School of International Relations & Pacific Studies at the University of California-San Diego, USA (2014-2015); the Department of Political Science at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, USA (2013-2014); and at Kobe University, Japan (May-August 2002). Other academic appointments include Visiting Fellowships at: the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Denmark (October-November 2004); the Australian National University, Canberra (February 2002); and at the Asian Studies Department, Murdoch University, Australia (January-December 1993). He was also Senior Research Fellow at the Department of East Asian Studies, Leeds University, United Kingdom from 1996-1999. From 2005-2008, Terence served as Project Manager and Research Coordinator of the programme area ‘Identities, Conflict and Cohesion’ at the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) in Geneva, Switzerland.
Terence has undertaken various research projects and convened numerous international conferences–among others, on political-business linkages in East Asia; the growth of national and transnational ethnic Chinese enterprise; the history of Chinese communities and their enterprises in Australia, Britain and Southeast Asia; ethnic conflict and social cohesion in Asia; equity distribution and government intervention in Malaysia –all of which have received funding from various local and global agencies, including the Sasakawa, Sumitomo and Toyota Foundations of Japan, the Department of Education and Training in Australia, the Christensen Fund (USA), the British Academy, and the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) of the United Kingdom.
Terence serves on the editorial board and advisory committee of the following international journals: Journal of Development and Society, East Asia: An International Quarterly, Taiwan Journal of Southeast Asian Studies and Journal of Asia Entrepreneurship and Sustainability. He is also editor of the “Chinese Worlds” Series and the “Malaysian Studies” Series for Routledge, London & New York.