Southeast Asia Specialization
Professors Krislert Samphantharak and Edmund Malesky lead the Southeast Asia concentration and have both made significant contributions to the understanding of corporate finance and the Thai economy, and environmental policy in developing countries.
- Academic research and joint projects with U.S. and Southeast Asian universities, and a visiting scholars program
- Seminars, workshops, and outreach
- Executive education for professionals from throughout the region
- Internships in Southeast Asia or with Southeast Asian organizations
- A large collection of Asian-language library materials and films
- Student organization: Southeast Asia Link (SEAL)
Southeast Asia specialists must satisfy the MPIA language requirement in Bahasa Indonesia or Mandarin Chinese. Vietnamese, Tagalog, or other regional languages will be considered on a case-by-case basis based on student ability and course availability.
IRGN 462 - Economies of Southeast Asia
IRGN 463 - Politics in Southeast Asia
See faculty advisors for recommended electives.