PERSONAL PROFILE

Prof. Darryl S.L. Jarvis

Darryl S.L. Jarvis is Professor and Head, Department of Asian and Policy Studies, at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK), where he has served previously as Associate Dean (Research) and Director of the APEC Studies Centre. Before joining EdUHK he was Vice Dean (Academic Affairs) and Associate Professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore (NUS), and from 1997 to 2006 Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in the Department of Government and International Relations, Faculty of Economics and Business, at the University of Sydney, Australia. His research and teaching interests focus on comparative political economy, comparative public policy, regulation, infrastructure, and the political economy of development in Asia.

He has published widely in the areas of comparative political economy, international relations, comparative public policy, regulatory politics, and development in Asia. His publications include Asia After the Developmental State: Disembedding Autonomy, Cambridge University Press (with Toby Carroll); Markets and Development: Civil Society, Citizens and the Politics of Neoliberalism, Routledge (with Toby Carroll); Financialisation and Development in Asia, Routledge (with Toby Carroll); The Politics of Marketising Asia. Palgrave Macmillan (with Toby Carroll); ASEAN Industries and the Challenge from China. Palgrave Macmillan (with Anthony Welch); Infrastructure Regulation: What Works, Why, and How do we Know? Lessons from Asia and Beyond, World Scientific (with Ed Araral, M. Ramesh & Wu Xun); Handbook of International Business Risk: The Asia Pacific, Cambridge University Press; International Relations and the Challenge of Postmodernism: Defending the Discipline, University of South Carolina Press; International Relations. Still an American Social Science? Toward Diversity in International Thought, State University of New York Press (with R. M. Crawford); and Post-modernism and its Critics: International Relations and the Third Debate, Greenwood / Praeger.

He has also contributed articles to journals such as Development & Change, Journal of Contemporary Asia (UK), Asian Studies Review, Globalisations (UK), Journal of Asian Public Policy, European Journal of Law and Technology, Regulation & Governance (UK), International Relations (UK), Technology in Society (USA), Energy, Politics and Society (USA), Journal of International Relations & Development, Energy (USA), Asian Survey (USA), Policy and Society (UK), Global Society: Journal of Interdisciplinary International Relations (UK), Contemporary Politics (UK), The Australian Journal of International Affairs, as well as authored a series of invited papers.

Professor Jarvis serves as the co-editor of Policy & Society: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Policy Research, co-editor of the series Studies in the Political Economy of Public Policy (Palgrave), and is the recipient of various grants from the Australian Research Council, Ministry of Education in Singapore, and the Rockefeller Foundation, New York. He has also served as chief researcher for the Ministry of Finance, Japan, on the Building Institutional Capacity in Asia (BICA) project, and as a consultant for organizations in Asia.

Born in the United Kingdom, Professor Jarvis was educated in Australia and Canada where he received his doctorate in 1996 from the University of British Columbia. He holds Australian, Canadian, and British citizenships.

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EDUCATION

  • PhD (University of British Columbia‚ Canada)
  • MA (The Flinders University of South Australia)
  • BA (Hons)(First Class) (The Flinders University of South Australia)

RESEARCH AREAS

  • International and Political Risk
  • International Relations
  • Regulation and Governance
  • Government – Business Relations
  • Comparative Public Policy
  • Infrastructure
  • Political-economy
  • Investment and Capital Flows in Asia

COURSES TAUGHT

  • GCS6019 States‚ Markets‚ and International Governance
  • PPG6005 Public Administration and Management in Asia
  • Government – Business Relations

RECENT PUBLICATION

Scholarly Books, Monographs and Chapters:

Jarvis, D.S.L., Carroll, T. and Gonzalez-Vicente, R. (2019). Capital, Conflict and Convergence: A Political Understanding of Neoliberalism and its Relationship to Capitalist Transformation. Globalisations, 16(6), https://doi.org/10.1080/14747731.2018.1560183

Jarvis, D.S.L., Carroll, T. and Gonzalez-Vicente, R. (2019). Power, Leverage and Marketisation: The Diffusion of the Neoliberalism from North to South and Back Again. Golobalisations, 16(6), 1-7, https://doi.org/10.1080/14747731.2018.1560180

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Carroll, T. (2019)(eds.). Asia After the Developmental State: Disembedding Autonomy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (Paperback ISBN-13 978-1316502198).

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Bakir, C. (2018)(Eds.). Institutional entrepreneurship and policy change. Houndmills, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan. (Forthcoming)

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Mok, J.K.H. (2018)(Eds.). Higher education governance in Asia: Policy approaches, innovations and transitions. London and New York: Routledge. (Forthcoming)

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Mok, J.K.H. (2018). Higher Education Governance in Asia: Trends, Trajectories, and Policy Hurdles. In D.S.L. Jarvis and J.K.H. Mok (2018)(Eds.), Higher Education Governance in Asia: Policy Approaches, Innovations and Transitions. London and New York: Routledge. Forthcoming.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Carroll, T. (2017). Developmental States in Asia: Change and Transformation. In T.K. Chang and A. Chang (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Asia in World Politics. London and New York: Routledge (in press).

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Bakir, C. (2017). Institutional Entrepreneurship and Policy Change: Meta-theory and Method. In D.S.L. Jarvis and C. Bakir (Eds.), Institutional Entrepreneurship and Policy Change (pp. 1-25). Houndmills, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Carroll, T. (2017). Preface: Development in Asia after the Developmental State. In D.S.L. Jarvis and T. Carroll (Eds.), Asia after the Developmental State: Disembedding Autonomy (pp. xvii-xxxviii). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2017). Exogeneity and Convergence in Policy Formulation: Contested Theories, Approaches and Perspectives. In M. Howlett and I. Mukherjee, Elgar Handbook of Policy Formulation (pp. 394-409). Cheltenham, UK & Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2017). The State and Development in Malaysia: Race, Class and Markets. In D.S.L. Jarvis and T. Carroll (Eds.), Asia after the Developmental State: Disembedding Autonomy (pp. 201-236). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2017). Disembedding Autonomy: Asia after the Developmental State. In D.S.L. Jarvis and T. Carroll (Eds.), Asia after the Developmental State: Disembedding Autonomy (pp. 3-50). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Carroll, T. (2017)(Eds.). Asia after the developmental state: Disembedding autonomy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Carroll, T. (2016). The New Politics of Development: Citizens, Civil Society and the Evolution of Neoliberal Development Policy. In Jarvis, D.S.L. and Carroll, T. (Eds.), Markets and Development: Civil Society, Citizens and the Politics of Neoliberalism (pp. 5-28). London and New York: Routledge.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Carroll, T. (2016)(Eds.). Markets and development: Civil society, citizens and the politics of Neoliberalism. London & New York: Routledge.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Carroll, T. (2015). Financialisation and Development in Asia under Late Capitalism. In T. Carroll and D.S.L. Jarvis (Eds.), Financialisation and Development in Asia (pp. 1-12). London & New York: Routledge.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Carroll, T. (2015)(Eds.). Financialisation and development in Asia. London & New York: Routledge.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2014). The Regulatory State in Developing Countries: Can It Exist and Do We Want It? The Case of the Indonesian Power Sector. In D.S.L. Jarvis and T. Carroll (Eds.), The Politics of Marketising Asia (pp. 71-100). Houndmills, Basingstoke, UK; New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Carroll, T. (2014)(Eds.). The politics of marketising Asia. Houndmills, Basingstoke, UK; New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Carroll, T. (2014). Neoliberalism in Asia under Late Capitalism: Risk, Capital and Contestation. In D.S.L. Jarvis and T. Carroll (Eds.), The Politics of Marketising Asia (pp. 1-23). Houndsmill, Basingstoke, UK; New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2012). State Theory and the Rise of the Regulatory State. In E. Araral, S. Fritzen, M. Howlett, M. Ramesh and X. Wu. (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Public Policy (pp. 59-72). London & New York: Routledge.

Jarvis, D.S. L. and Hilger, T. (2012). Nanotechnology. In S. Geall, J.J. Liu and S. Pellissery (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Sustainability, Vol. 7: China, India, and East and Southeast Asia: Assessing Sustainability (pp. 260-263). Great Barrington, USA: Berkshire Publishing.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Richmond, N. (2012). Regulating Nanotechnology in China: Governance, Risk Management, and Regulatory Effectiveness. In M. Howlett and D. Layock (Eds.), Regulating Next Generation Agri-food Bio-Technologies: Lessons from European, North American and Asian Experiences (pp. 176-195). London & New York: Routledge.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Welch, A. (2011)(Eds.). ASEAN industries and the challenge from China. Houndmills, Basingstoke, UK; New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Jarvis, D.S.L., Araral, E., Ramesh, M. and Wu, X. (2011)(Eds.). Infrastructure regulation: What works, why, and how do we know? Lessons from Asia and beyond. Singapore: World Scientific.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2011). International Financial Centers in Asia: Contest, Competition and Possible Trajectories. In D.S.L. Jarvis and A. Welch (Eds.), ASEAN Industries and the Challenge from China (pp. 123-180). Houndmills, Basingstoke, UK; New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2011). Risk, Regulation & Governance: Institutional Processes and Regulatory Risk in the Thai Energy Sector. In D.S.L. Jarvis, E. Araral, M. Ramesh and X. Wu (Eds.), Infrastructure Regulation: What Works, Why, and How do we Know? Lessons from Asia and Beyond (pp. 111-152). Singapore: World Scientific.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Welch, A. (2011). Structural Changes, Economics Challenges and Political Accommodation: Managing the Rise of China in Southeast Asia. In D.S.L. Jarvis and A. Welch (Eds.), ASEAN Industries and the Challenge from China (pp. 1-18). Palgrave Macmillan.

Jarvis, D.S.L., Araral, E., Ramesh, M. and Wu, X. (2011). Regulating Infrastructure: A Review of the Issues, Problems & Challenges. In D.S.L. Jarvis, E. Araral, M. Ramesh and X. Wu (Eds.), Infrastructure Regulation: What Works, Why, and How do we Know? Lessons from Asia and Beyond (pp. 1-24). Singapore: World Scientific.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2010). Risk, Globalisation and the State: A Critical Appraisal of Ulrich Beck and the World Risk Society Thesis. In G. Ritzer and Z. Atalay (Eds.), Readings in Globalization: Key Concepts and Major Debates (pp. 271-280). Chichester, UK; Malden, Massachusetts, USA: Wiley-Blackwell.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2009). ASEAN Investment Liberalization: Progress, Regress or Stumbling Bloc?. In J. Chaisse and P. Gugler (Eds.), Expansion of Trade and FDI in Asia: Strategic and Policy Challenges (pp. 138-185). London & New York: Routledge.

Journal Articles:

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2018). Dealing with risk and uncertainty in policy science: Analytical tools, theory and methods. Policy & Society: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Policy Research. (in press)

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2017). Manufacturing “Regulatory Capacity”: The OECD and the reconfiguration of the state in emerging economies. Development and Change. (in press)

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Carroll, T. (2015). Editorial - Markets and development: Civil society, citizens, and the politics of Neoliberalism. Globalisations, 12, 277-280.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Carroll, T. (2015). The new politics of development: Citizens, civil society and the evolution of Neoliberal development policy. Globalisations, 12(3), 281-304.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Carroll, T. (2014). Financialisation and development in Asia under late Capitalism. Asian Studies Review, 38(4), 533-543.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2014). Policy diffusion, Neo-liberalism or coercive institutional Isomorphism? Explaining the emergence of a regulatory regime for quality assurance in the Hong Kong higher education sector. Policy & Society: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Policy Research, 33(3), 237-252.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2014). Regulating higher education: Quality assurance and Neo-Liberal managerialism in higher education - A critical introduction. Policy & Society: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Policy Research, 33(3), 155-166.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Carroll, T. (2013). Market building in Asia: Standards setting, policy diffusion, and the globalization of market norms. Journal of Asian Public Policy, 6(2), 117-128.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2012). The regulatory state in developing countries: Can it exist and do we want it? The case of the Indonesian power sector. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 42(3), 464-492.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2012). Foreign direct investment and investment liberalization in Asia: Assessing ASEAN’s initiatives. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 66(2), 223-264.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2011). Race for the money: International financial centers in Asia. Journal of International Relations and Development, 14(1), 60-95.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2011). Theorizing risk and uncertainty in international relations: The contributions of Frank Knight. International Relations, 25(4), 296-312.

Jarvis, D.S.L. and Sovacool, B. (2011). Conceptualizing and evaluating best practices in electricity and water regulatory governance. Energy, 36(7), 4340-4352.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2011). Regulatory governance of nanotechnology in China: Regulatory challenges and effectiveness. European Journal of Law and Technology, 12(3), 1-12.

Jarvis, D.S.L., Howlett, M., Leong C.C. and Migone, A. (2011). Controversial science-based technology public attitude formation and regulation in comparative perspective: The state construction of policy alternatives in Asia. Technology in Society, 33(1-2), 128-136.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2010). Theorizing risk and uncertainty in social enquiry: Exploring the contributions of Frank Knight. History of Economics Review, 52, 1-27.

Jarvis, D.S.L. (2010). Institutional processes and regulatory risk: A case study of the Thai energy sector. Regulation & Governance, 4(2), 175-202.