Jikon Lai is Assistant Professor in the International Political Economy programme of S.Rajaratnam School of International Studies at Nanyang Technological University.
He has expertise in the global political economy of (both conventional and Islamic) finance and of economic governance. He also has research interest in the international relations and comparative politics of East Asia.
Assistant Professor, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies
Lecturer in International Relations, University of Melbourne
The Australian National University, Ph.D. in International Relations
University of Oxford, M.Phil. in International Relations
London School of Economics and Political Science, B.Sc. Economics (First Class Honours)
Conceptualizing Dynamic Challenges to Global Financial Diffusion: Islamic Finance and the Grafting of Sukuk, Review of International Political Economy
Accountability and the Enforcement of Ethical Values in Finance: Insights from Islamic Finance, Australian Journal of Public Administration
Industrial Policy and Islamic Finance, New Political Economy
Khazanah Nasional: Malaysia’s Treasure Trove, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy
Asia’s Multi-Level Response to the Global Financial Crisis, Asia Europe Journal
Financial Crisis and Institutional Change in East Asia, Palgrave Macmillan