Books and Articles on Indonesia (and East Timor) by Max Lane published by the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies – Yusof Isak Institute, Singapore.
- Max Lane, An Introduction to the Politics of Indonesian Unions, ISEAS, 2019.
- Max Lane, Decentralization and Its Discontents: An Essay on Class, Political Agency and National Perspective in Indonesian Politics, ISEAS, 2014.
- Max Lane (Ed), Continuity and Change After Indonesia’s Reforms: Contributions to an Ongoing Assessment, ISEAS, 2019
Article published in ISEAS’s TRENDS:
- “The Rise and Decline of Labour Militancy in Batam”, Trends, No 8, 2018.
Analytical pieces published on ISEAS PERSPECTIVEs:
- Who will be Indonesian President in 2014?, 2013, No 46
- Post-elections Indonesia: Towards a Crisis of Government?, 2014 No 53
- Gap Narrows between Candidates in Indonesian Presidential Elections, 2014, No 39
- Indonesia’s 2014 Legislative Elections: The Dilemmas of “Elektabilitas” Politics, 2014, No 25
- 50 Years since 30 September, 1965: The Gradual Erosion of a Political Taboo. 2015, No 66
- Amidst Indonesia’s Nationalist Atmospherics: The Changing Politics of Jokowi’s Economics, 2015, No 64.
- The Politics of Widodo’s Prioritisation of Accelerated Infrastructure Construction. 2015 No 43
- A Jokowi Party? Reflections on the State of Elite Politics in Indonesia. 2015 No 17
- Old Politics Rises to Challenge New Politics in Jakarta, 2016 No 64
- The Timor Gap Dispute with Australia Inspires Timorese Political Activism, 2016 No 31
- A New Ideological Contestation Emerging in Indonesia? 2017 No 77
- The Further Erosion of an Indonesian Political Taboo. 2018 No 6
- The Politics of Wages and Indonesia’s Trade Unions. 2018 No 4
- Contending Rhetoric in Indonesia’s Presidential Elections: An Analysis, 2019, No 6
- The 2019 Indonesian Elections: An Overview”, 2019. No 49
- The Papuan Question in Indonesia: Recent Developments, 2019, No 7474
- President Joko Widodo’s New Cabinet: Some Implications for Indonesian Politics, 2019 No 99
PERPSPECTIVES articles can be searched at https://www.iseas.edu.sg/articles-commentaries/iseas-perspective
Three other articles (book chapters) are in the publication pipeline.