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Health Science

Na-Bangchang, K., Karbwang, J. Ethics and Responsible Research (In Press Book).

Laothavorn, J., Koonrungsesomboon, N., Na-Bangchang, K., Karbwang, J. Authorship issues from researchers’ perspectives: a cross-sectional survey in Asia (Submitted Journal Article).

Laothavorn, J.,Wongwai, P., Dumre, S., Kongjam, P., Na-Bangchang, K., Karbwang, J. Ethical Approval and Informed Consent reporting in ASEAN journals (Submitted Journal Article).

Narahara, C., Saeheng, T., Chaijaroenkul, W., Dumre, S., Na- Bangchang, K., Karbwang, J. β-Eudesmol induces the expression of apoptosis pathway proteins in cholangiocarcinoma cell lines (Submitted Journal Article).

Rattanathada, T., Cheoymang, A., Asasujarit, R., Plengsuriyakarn, T., Karbwang, J., Na-Bangchang, K. Development of oral pharmaceutical formulation of standardized crude ethanolic extract of Atractylodes lancea (Thunb.) DC (Submitted Journal Article).

Kongjam, P., Jeyaseelan, L., Chaijaroenkul, W., Karbwang, J., Na-Bangchang, K. Systematic Analysis of the Application and Inappropriate Use/Misuse of Statistics in Cholangiocarcinoma Research in Southeast Asia (Submitted Journal Article).

Na-Bangchang, K., Karbwang, J. Invited Expert Review: The rise and spread of multi-drug resistant malaria - what is the role of clinical pharmacology?” (In Process Journal Article).

Laothavorn, J., Dumre, S., Na-Bangchang, K., Karbwang, J. An analysis of author instructions regarding ethical approval and informed consent statements from SCIE-indexed journals with impact factor (In Process Journal Article).

Sae-heng, T., Na-Bangchang, K., Rajoli, R.K.R., Siccardi, M., Karbwang, J. Physiologically-Based Pharmacokinetic (PBPK) Model Development for Herbal Medicine: Lessons Learned from Curcumin (In Process Journal Article).

Na-Bangchang, K., Plengsuriyakarn, T., Karbwang, J. Phase I clinical trial for evaluation of tolerability, pharmacokinetics and immunomodulatory effect of Atractylodes lancea (In Process Journal Article).

Sae-heng, T., Na-Bangchang, K., Karbwang, J. Application of physiologically-based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) modelling for evaluation of pharmacokinetic interaction between quinine and ritonavir-boosted lopinavir (Tentative Research Article).

Narahara, C., Saeheng, T., Chaijaroenkul, W., Dumre, S., Na- Bangchang, K., Karbwang, J. Genetic polymorphisms of G6PD and CYP2D6 and relationship with intravascular hemolysis (Tentative Research Article).

Technology and Engineering

Marwat, M.A., Xie, B., Zhu, Y., Fan, P., Ma, W., Liu, H., Ashtar, M., Xiao, J., Salamon, D., Samart, C., Zhang, H. Largely enhanced discharge energy density in linear polymer nanocomposites by designing a sandwich structure (2019) Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, 121, pp. 115-122.

Ma, W., Fan, P., Salamon, D., Kongparakul, S., Samart, C., Zhang, T., Zhang, G., Jiang, S., Chang, J.-J., Zhang, H. Fine-grained BNT-based lead-free composite ceramics with high energy-storage density (2019) Ceramics International, Article in Press.

Marwat, M.A., Xie, B., Zhu, Y., Fan, P., Kai Liu, Shen, M., Ashtar, M., Kongparakul, S., Samart, C., Zhang, H. Sandwich structure-assisted significantly improved discharge energy density in linear polymer nanocomposites with high thermal stability (2019) Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, Volume 581, 123802.

Social Science and Humanities

Zaman, N., Goldberg, D.M., Gruss, R.J., Abrahams, A.S., Srisawas, S., Ractham, P., Seref, M.M. Cross-category defect discovery from online reviews: Supplementing sentiment with category-specific semantics. Expert Systems with applications (under review).

Cuervo-Cazurra, A., Pananond, P. From Supply Shame to Supply Chain: Ethical Upgrading of Global Value Chains Of Emerging Market Firms. (Paper to be submitted to Journal of Business Ethics or Business Ethics Quarterly).

Cuervo-Cazurra, A., Pananond, P. The Complementarity of Foreing and on Domestic Investments: Dissagregating Global Value Chain Activities. (Paper Prepared For Journal of International Management).

Cuervo-Cazurra, A., Pananond, P. Internationalization and Performance in Emerging Market Firms: Foreign Sales and Investment Differences. (Paper prepared for Asia Pacific Journal of Management).

Cuervo-Cazurra, A., Pananond, P. Offshore Financial Centers, Location of Internationalization and Performance. (Paper prepared for Journal of World Business).

Cuervo-Cazurra, A., Pananond, P. Value Chain Segment and Performance in Emerging Market Firms: Smile or Frown Relationship? (Paper prepared for Journal International Business Studies).

Sachchidanand, S., Akharaphong, K. The Mueang Ideology in mainland Southeast Asia as Seen from Sukhothai (In Process Research Article).

Mr. Md Zaidul Answar Hj Md Kasim - a researcher for Thammasat's Institute for the Study of International Cooperation (TISIC) and Professor Emeritus William Tow co-authored a paper which was presented to a major workshop in Singapore (co-sponsored by Singapore's Rajaratnam Institute of International Studies or RSIS and the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies) on 'Why the San Francisco System Has Survived? Historical and Theoretical Perspectives'. This paper is scheduled to be published as a lead journal article in the Scopus listed journal ASIAN POLITICS AND POLICY (edited by Aileen Baviera at the University of the Philippines, Diliman, who also attended the workshop) in the January 2020 issue.

Professor Emeritus William Tow will be delivering a co-authored paper with Mr Jittipat Poonkam at another major workshop to convene in Seoul (on 13 June). The 6000 word paper is on 'Australia and the Indo-Pacific: A Fourth Way?' The workshop is hosted by the National Research Foundation of Korea and by the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. American, Asian and Australian scholars will be joined by the editor of the JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY CHINA - a Social Science Research Index listed journal in the "A" class category - and several hours of the workshop discussion will be earmarked on how the papers can be strengthened and revised to be published in a special issue of that journal projected to appear in 2020. The overall theme of the special issue is “China, Major Powers and the Future of Indo-Pacific”. A second revised and strengthened draft of the paper will be presented by yours truly at a workshop in Washington D.C., projected to convene on approximately 3 October 2019.

Professor Emeritus William Tow has consulted with Dr Greg Raymond who has tentatively consented to collaborate with a commensurate Thammasat scholar in co-authoring a third article as part of the Bualuang ASEAN Chair Professorship program commitment. Greg will also be convening a workshop at Thammasat co-sponsored by ANU's China and the World' centre. Professor Emeritus William Tow and his team have invited the Dean of ANU's College of Asia and Pacific (CAP) to attend this event and also the TUCAPS conference and he has tenatively expressed his interest in attending if his schedule permits. We are also in the beginning stages of organising a one-day workshop workshop event with the support and participation of the Australian Embassy in Bangkok in early December involving Thai and Australian scholars.