DJØF Publishing (Copenhagen) Presents a new series:


General Description

The series aims to publish books in English for education and special
interest audi- ences concerning the interdependence of »Asian Business and
The intellectual motivation for treating both business and politics in one
series is mainly because politics seems to play a much bigger role for
business and business development in Asia than in the West.

In the best traditions of interdisciplinary scholarship, the series
includes macro- economic, business economic, sociological, political,
anthropological, and juridical approaches to studying and researching the
growth and dynamics of Asian business in the wider national and
international political contexts.

Typical length for manuscripts will be in the range of 100 – 300 pages.
The series is uniquely positioned in the publishing world by focusing on
high quality research undertaken by Scandinavian researchers in Asian
Business and Politics. Each volume of the series is peer-reviewed.

invitation to scholars and researchers

The series invites scholars and researchers to undertake projects exploring
the internal and external dimensions of a ’new’ Asia, its economic and
political interac- tions with contemporary global systems, and business


We welcome proposals for challenging and original works that meet the
criteria of this series. Should you wish to send in a proposal for a
collection of essays, a single or multi-authored monograph, or a course
reader, please contact DJØF Publishing: [log in to unmask]

Series editor

The series editor is Professor Anthony P. D’Costa – Australia India
Institute and the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of
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Anthony P. D’Costa was the A.P. Møller-Mærsk Professor of Indian Studies at
the Asia Research Center, Copenhagen Business School (2008-2013). He was
with the University of Washington for eighteen years. He now holds the
Chair and Profes- sorship in Contemporary Indian Studies at the University
of Melbourne. He has published widely on Asian and Indian economic and
industrial development, politics and business, globalization, and the
international movement of technical talent.

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Anthony P. D'Costa, Chair & Professor of Contemporary Indian Studies
 Australia India Institute and School of Social & Political Sciences
University of Melbourne
147-149 Barry Street, Carlton VIC 3053, AUSTRALIA
Ph: +61 3 9035 6161

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