Fitzgerald, Brian F., Xiaoxiang Shi, Sampsung, O’Brien, Damien S., & Gao, Fuping (Eds.) (2008) Copyright law, digital content and the Internet in the Asia-Pacific Sydney: Sydney University Press.
Hjorth, Larissa (2010) Games and Gaming: an introduction to new media London: Berg.
Hearn, Gregory N., Tacchi, Jo A., Foth, Marcus, & Lennie, June (2009) Action Research and New Media: Concepts, Methods and Cases Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.
Hjorth, Larissa (2009) Mobile Media in the Asia-Pacific: Gender and the Art of being Mobile London: Routledge.
Keane, Michael (2013) Creative Industries in China: Art, Design, Media. London: Polity.
Keane, Michael and Sun, Wanning (eds.) (2013) Chinese Media. London: Routledge
Keane, Michael (2011) China’s new Creative Clusters: Governance, Human Capital and Investment London: Routledge
Keane, Michael (2011) How Creativity is Changing China by Li Wuwei, edited by Michael Keane and translated by Michael Keane, Hui Li and Marina Guo, London: Bloomsbury Academic.
Keane, Michael (2007) Created in China: the Great New Leap Forward London: Routledge
Montgomery, Lucy (2010) China’s Creative Industries: Copyright, Social Network Markets and the Business of Culture in a Digital Age London: Palgrave MacMillan.
Romano, Angela R. (Ed.) (2010) International journalism and democracy : civic engagement models from around the world New York and London: Routledge.
Tacchi, Jo A. & Kiran, M.S. (Eds.) (2008) Finding a voice : themes and discussions New Delhi, India: UNESCO.
Watkins, J. and Tacchi, J. (Eds.) (2008) Participatory Content Creation for Development: Principles and Practices New Delhi: UNESCO.
Antons, C. & Antons-Sutanto, R. (2009) Traditional Medicine and Intellectual Property Rights: A Case Study of the Indonesian Jamu Industry” in: C. Antons (ed.), Traditional Knowledge, Traditional Cultural Expressions and Intellectual Property Law in the Asia-Pacific Region, Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International, pp. 363-384
Antons, C. (2009) “Foster v Mountford: Cultural confidentiality in a changing Australia”, in: A. Kenyon, M. Richardson and S. Ricketson (eds.), Landmarks in Australian Intellectual Property Law, Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, pp. 110-125
Antons, C. (2009) “Indonesia”, in: P. Goldstein and J. Straus (eds.), IP in Asia: Law, Economics, History and Politics, Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 87-128
Antons, C. (2009) “Intellectual Property: Southeast Asian Law”, in: S. Katz (ed), The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History, Oxford University Press
Antons, C. (2009) “Introduction”, in: C. Antons (ed.), Traditional Knowledge, Traditional Cultural Expressions and Intellectual Property Law in the Asia-Pacific Region, Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer:Law International, pp. 1-36
Antons, C. (2009) “Malaysia”, in: P. Goldstein and J. Straus (eds.), IP in Asia: Law, Economics, History and Politics, Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 167-197
Antons, C. (2009) “The international debate about traditional knowledge and approaches in the Asia Pacific region”, in: C. Antons (ed.), Traditional Knowledge, Traditional Cultural Expressions and Intellectual Property Law in the Asia-Pacific Region, Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International, pp. 39-65
Antons, C. (2009) “The Philippines”, in: S. Katz (ed), The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History, Oxford University Press
Antons, C. (2009) “Traditional knowledge in Asia: local subjects, global agendas”, in: J. Gillespie and R. Peerenboom (eds.), Regulation in Asia: Pushing back on globalization, Routledge
Antons. C. (2009) “Indonesia”, in: S. Katz (ed) The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History, Oxford University Press
Huang, Lin* (2009) ‘Chapter I General report: Chinese creative industries in the financial crisis’ Chinese Creative Industries Report (2009) ed. Zhang, Jingcheng, Beijing: China Economic Publishing House (中国经济出版社)
Huang, Lin* (2009) ‘Chapter II Beijing: Pulled by the 2008 Olympic Games, policies getting refined, investment and financing system achieving new breakthroughs’ Chinese Creative Industries Report (2009) ed. Zhang, Jingcheng, Beijing: China Economic Publishing House (中国经济出版社)
Keane, Michael A. (2010) Re-imagining China’s future :soft power, cultural presence and the East Asian media market. In: Black, Daniel, Epstein, Stephen, & Tokita, Alison (Eds.) Complicated Currents : Media Flows, Soft Power and East Asia. Monash University ePress, Clayton, Victoria, 41.1-14.13.
Keane, Michael A. & Liu, Bonnie Rui (2009) Independent television production, TV formats and media diversity in China. In: Moran, Albert (Ed) TV Formats Worldwide : Localising Global Programs. Chicago University Press, USA.
Dan, Sheng, Doulet, Jean-Francois, & Keane, Michael A. (2009) Urban Informatics in China : Exploring the Emerging of the Chinese City Web 2.0. In: Foth, Marcus (Ed) Handbook of research on urban informatics: the practice and promise of the real-time city. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, pp. 379-389.
Keane, Michael A. (2009) East Asia: the global regional dynamic. In: Anheier, Helmut K. & Isar, Yudhishthir Raj (Eds.) Cultures and Globalization : The cultural economy. Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA.
Montgomery, L. & Hartley, J. (2010) ‘Fashion as consumer entrepreneurship: emergent risk culture, social network markets and the launch of Vogue China’ in Hartley, J. The Uses of Digital Literacy, Philadelphia: Transaction Publishers: 2010. [US edition of book originally published by UQP in Australia, 2009]
Montgomery, L. & Potts, J. (2009) ‘Global reuse and adaptation in the creative industries: Three further arguments against intellectual propery based on lessons from China.’ in Jayanthi Reddy (ed) Creative Commons: International Perspectives. Hyderabad: Icfai University Press. pp. 185-217.
O’Connor, J. (2009) (eds.)‘Shanghai Moderne: Creative Economy in a Creative City?’, in Lily Kong and Justin O’Connor (eds). Creative Cities, Creative Economy: Asian European Perspectives, Springer, Dordrecht.
Tacchi, J. (2009) ‘Finding a voice: digital storytelling as participatory development in South East Asia’, in J. Hartley and K. McWilliam (eds.) Story Circle: Digital Storytelling Around the World, Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
Antons, C (2010) ‘Appreciating Different Knowledge Systems: Collaboration Needed to Promote Traditional Knowledge’, SangSaeng, Vol. 27, Spring 2010, pp. 44-46.
Antons, C. (2010) ‘Sui Generis Protection for Plant Varieties and Traditional Knowledge in Biodiversity and Agriculture: The International Framework and National Approaches in the Philippines and India’, Indian Journal of Law and Technology, Vol. 6, pp. 89-139.
Choi, J. H.-j., Foth, M. & Hearn, G. (2009) Site specific mobility and connection in Korea: bangs (rooms) between public and private spaces. Technology in Society, 31(2). Accepted 9 March 2008.
Cunningham, S., Silver, J. & Zhao, E*. (2010) Chindia: Innovation in Online Film Distribution’, Global Media and Communication.
Flew, T. (2010) ‘Cultural Economic Geography and Global Media Studies: The Rise of Asian Media Capitals?, Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia, Vol. 41 No. 1, pp. 35-49.
Hartley, J. & Montgomery, L. (2009) ‘Creative industries come to China (MATE)’, Chinese Journal of Communication, 2(1), pp.1-12.
Hartley, J. & Montgomery, L. (2009) ‘Fashion as consumer entrepreneurship: Emergent risk culture, social network markets, and the launch of Vogue China’, Chinese Journal of Communication, 2(1), pp.61-76.
Keane, M. (2011) ‘The trans-disciplinary challenge’ Media International Australia, Special Issue on State of Field in Chinese Media.
Keane, M. (2010). Reclaiming China’s former soft power. Journal Of the Oriental Society of Australia 42. 50 -64.
Keane, M. (2010). Keeping up with the neighbours: China’s Soft Power Ambitions. Cinema Journal: In Focus, 49(3), 451 –463.
Keane, M. (2009). Understanding the creative economy: A tale of two cities clusters. Creative Industries Journal, 1(3), 211-226.
Keane, M. (2009). Creative industries in China: four perspectives on social transformation. The International Journal of Cultural Policy, 15(4), 431-443.
Keane, M. (2009). Between the tangible and the intangible: China’s new development dilemma. Chinese Journal of Communication, 2(1), 77-91.
Moran, A., & Keane, M. (2009). Introduction: The global flow of creative ideas. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, special issue on Cultural Adaptation, 23(2), 107-114.
Keane, M. (2009). Great adaptations: China’s creative clusters and the new social contact. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, special issue on Cultural Adaptation, 23(2), 221-230.
Keane, M. (2009). Understanding China: navigating the road ahead. Economia della Cultura 19 (1) 19 – 34.
Li, H.S. (2009) The turn to the self: From “Big Character Posters” to YouTube videos. Chinese Journal of Communication, 2(1), 50 – 60.
Lindgren, T.*, Sinclair, M. & Miller. D. (2010) Australian fashion designers: the potential nexus with China. Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management 14 (4):598-614.
Montgomery, L. & Potts, J. (2009) ‘Does weaker IP mean stronger creative industries? Some lessons from China’, Journal of Creative Industries
Montgomery, L. (2009) ‘Space to grow: Copyright, cultural policy and commercially-focussed music in China’, Chinese Journal of Communication, 2(1), pp.36-49.
Tacchi, J., Foth, M. & Hearn, G. (2009) Action Research Practices and Media for Development. International Journal of Education and Development using ICT, 5(2). Accepted 4 Jan 2009.
Tacchi, J., Watkins, J. & Keerthirathne, K. (2009) ‘Participatory Content Creation: Voice, Communication and Development’ Development in Practice. Volume 19 Nos 4&5, pages 573-584.
Zhao, E. Jing(2011) Social network market : storytelling on a Web 2.0 original literature site’, Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. 17(1) pp. 85-99.
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Antons, C. & Suryomurcito, G. (2008) ‘IP aspects of FTAs in Indonesia’, Workshop on ‘IP Aspects of Free Trade Agreements in the Asia-Pacific Region’, Centre for Comparative Law and Development Studies in Asia and the Pacific, University of Wollongong, 26 November
Antons, C. (2008) ‘”Traditional Cultural Expression”: International definitions and their implementation in developing Asia’, Symposium on ‘Traditional Cultural Expression and International Law’, Monash University, Melbourne, 14 December
Antons, C. (2008) ‘An overview of Free Trade Agreements in the Asia-Pacific region with particular focus on intellectual property’, workshop on ‘IP Aspects of Free Trade Agreements in the Asia-Pacific Region’, Centre for Comparative Law and Development Studies in Asia and the Pacific, University of Wollongong, 25 November
Antons, C. (2009) “Pengetahuan tradisional dan hak atas kekayaan intelektual di Australia dan Asia” (“Traditional knowledge and intellectual property law in Australia and Asia”), Seminar at Brawijaya University, Malang, 18 February
Antons, C. (2009) “Traditional Agricultural Knowledge and Plant Variety Protection in Asia”, Second Summer Institute in Intellectual Property, Biotechnology and Agricultural Sciences, Law School, Drake University, Des Moines, USA, 2 June
Coates, J. (2010) Creative Industries Business Models, Open For Innovation: Creative Commons Asia and the Pacific, Seoul, Korea, 5 June
Hartley, J. (2010) ‘Whose Creative Industries?’ Symposium on the Future of Creative Clusters, Centre for Culture and Development, Chinese University of Hong Kong, June 16.
Hartley, J. (2010) Keynote address (September) to The First Global World City Conference, Beijing, China.
Hartley, J. (2010) Thought Leader, ‘Regional Perspectives in the Global Development of Creative and Cultural Industries.’ East Meets West – Shaping the Future Together: Global Development of Cultural & Creative Industries, International Alliance Cultural and Creative Industries 3rd Annual Symposium, House of Lords, London, September 30.
Hartley, J. (2010) ‘Creativity as emergence: policy issues for creative cities.’ 5th Creative China Harmonious World International Forum on Cultural Industries, Communication University of China, October 11.
Hartley, J. (2010) ‘Creative cities: clash and complexity.’ Thailand International Creative Economy Forum (TICEF). Thailand Ministry of Commerce, Bangkok, November 30.
Hartley, J. (2009) ‘Digital Literacy, Higher Education and the Creative Economy.’ Minsterial Seminar on “Cultural Heritage and Technology as the Basis of Creative Economy Development”, with the Indonesian Minister for Trade and Minister for Culture and Tourism. Indonesian Heritage Products Week, Jakarta Convention Centre. 25/06/09
Keane, M. (2010) The ten thousand things, Paper at the Cultural Crossroads Conference Hong Kong 18 -20 June.
Keane, M. (2010) Managing media clusters: is creativity really changing China? Paper at International Communications Association Conference, Singapore, June 21.
Keane, M. (2010) Governance, human capital and regional investment in China’s new creative clusters, QUT, Building the Creative Environment Symposium April 16.
Keane, M. (2010) Creative clusters in China: The bureaucratization of economic creativity or spaces of real innovation? Hong Kong Arts Centre, Special Forum organised by CUHK June 16.
Keane, M. (2010) Cultural trade and soft power: comparing media industries in China and India Special forum on Chindia at ICA, June 21.
Keane, M. (2010) Adaptation, innovation and creativity in the global cultural economy, Paper at the 5th International Harmonious China, Creative World Conference, Communication University of China, Beijing, 8th September.
Keane, M. (2010) In Creativity There is No East or West, paper at Beijing Global World City 2010 Beijing Academy of Science and Technology, Beijing Convention Centre 18- 19, September.
Keane, M. (2009) Creative misunderstandings: framing the new industrial discourse, Paper presented at International Conference on Creativity and Discourse, City University of HK, May 7 -9, 2009.
Keane, M. (2009) Design for a post-economic crisis China, Paper presented at the Chinese Studies Association of Australia Conference, University of Sydney, July 7- 9 2009
Keane, M (2009) Five Years in a Creative Cluster: Observations on the QUT Queensland Model and its Usefulness to China, Shanghai Creative Industries Week keynote, Oct 15th, 2009
Keane, M. (2009) Why the creative economy and the economic crisis are positive developments, Creative China harmonious World Conference, Communication University of China, Oct 19th 09
Keane, M (2009) Designing regional innovation systems: experiences from Queensland, Australia, World Design Forum, national Theatre, Beijing, 24th October 09
Keane, M (2009) Understanding the role of creative industries in effecting deep change, Media Industries and Cultural Imagination Conference, Hanyang University, Seoul, Nov. 9, 2009
Keane, M. (2009) Asian creative transformations, digital media and the policy challenges of a more creative society. Shanghai Digital Media Industry Development Forum, Shanghai
Keane, M. (2009) The uses of broadband: designing innovation policy beyond the urban centres, The Second International Services Trade Summit, Chongqing, October 29, 2009
Keane, M. (2009) Creative clusters: why do we need them, 3rd Beijing CIIC Forum on Creative Clusters Development, Studio *, beijing, Nov 28th 2009
Keane, M (2009) In Creativity There Is No East or West, 3 rd International Cultural Industries Conference, Chimelong Hotel, Guangzhou, 29th Nov, 09
Li, Henry Siling (2009). Popular culture beyond the fortress: knockoff mobiles, fake celebrities and usercreated videos. CSSA Annual Conference, Sydney, July 9-11.
Montgomery, L. (2010) speaker, Cultural Science Research Symposium, Centre for Coevolution of Biology and Culture, University of Durham, UK, September 27-28.
Montgomery, L. (2010) speaker, International Alliance of the Creative Industries Symposium, London Metropolitan University, House of Lords, London, UK, September 30th.
Montgomery, L. (2010) ‘China’s Creative Industries: Copyright, Social Network Markets and the Business of Culture in a Digital Age’, Cultural Policy and Management Public Research Seminar, City University London, 24 March.
Montgomery, L. (2010) ‘Governing China’s Creative Industries: Technological Transformation, Intellectual Property Rights and Entrepreneurial Consumers’, Economics and Governance of Innovation and Institution Invited Guest Lecture, Birkbeck College University of London, 15 March.
Shi, X. (2009) ‘Copyright and its Impacts on Knowledge Growth’, presented at Copyright Future, Copyright Freedom (27-28 May, 2009)
Suzor, N. (2009) ‘CC Affiliate projects’, Commons Crossroads: Defining the roadmap for Creative Commons in Asia & the Pacific, Philippines, 5-6 February
Suzor, N. (2009) ‘CC-Licensed Projects in the Asia & Pacific Region’, Commons Crossroads: Defining the roadmap for Creative Commons in Asia & the Pacific, Philippines, 5-6 February
Suzor, N. (2009) ‘Organization of CC jurisdictional projects’ Commons Crossroads: Defining the roadmap for Creative Commons in Asia & the Pacific, Pnilippines, 5-6 February
Tacchi, J. (2010) Valuing voice and listening: participation in development, paper presented at The Society for Applied Anthropology 70th Annual Meeting March 24 – 27 Merida, Mexico.
Wen, Wen (2010) The new cosmopolitan elites: Examining Hangzhou’s ‘creative class’ aspirations to build a ‘national cultural and creative industries centre’, 2010 Melbourne Conference on China: Chinese Elites and their Rivals – Past, Present and Future, July 19-20.
Wen, Wen (2010) Developing Creative Centres in the Urban Fringe: a case of White-horse Lake Eco-creative City, Hangzhou, China, Creative Suburbia: Cultural Research and Suburban Geographies Symposium, October 29-30.