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LORRAINE CARLOS SALAZAR

Curriculum Vitae

Education

2004 Doctor of Philosophy, Southeast Asian Studies Program,


Australian National University

Dissertation: “States, Markets Reforms and Rents: The


Political Economy of Telecommunications Reform in Malaysia
and the Philippines”

1995, 1996 BA-MA Political Science, Honors Program, magna cum


laude, University of the Philippines, Diliman

Professional Experience

April 2005 to present Visiting Research Fellow, Institute of Southeast


Asian Studies, Singapore.

Feb 2006 to present Lecturer, Political Economy of Southeast Asia,


ESSEC Business School, Asian Centre, Singapore

June 2006 to March 2007 Lead Researcher (Philippines) and Second


Researcher (India), Measuring ICT Sector and
Regulatory Performance, Lirneasia 2006 Research
Cycle

Sept 2005 to present Article Contributor on Malaysia, Philippines, and


Southeast Asia, Oxford Analytica

June 2007 to present Consultant on the Philippines, Jane’s Sentinel

Nov 2004 to May 2005 Assistant Professor, Department of Geography,


College of Social Sciences and Philosophy,
University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City,
Philippines

June 2001 to Oct 2004 Assistant Professor, Department of Political


Science, College of Social Sciences and
Philosophy, University of the Philippines, Diliman,
Quezon City, Philippines

Feb to June 2003 Tutor, “Individual and Society in Asia,” Faculty of


Asian Studies, Australian National University,
Canberra, Australia
July to Nov 2002 Casual Lecturer, “Chinese Diaspora in Southeast
Asia,” Centre for Societies and Histories, Faculty of
Asian Studies, Australian National University,
Canberra, Australia
Feb to Nov 2002 Casual Lecturer, The Study of Asia (a Masters
and Graduate Diploma class in Asian Studies),
Faculty of Asian Studies, Australian National
University, Canberra, Australia

2000 to present Article Contributor, Asian Analysis

Aug to Dec 2002 Filipino Language Teacher, Department of


Foreign Affairs and Trade and AUSAID, Canberra,
Australia

May to October 2001 and Visiting Research Associate, Institute of


Strategic and Nov to December 2000 International Studies
(ISIS) Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
and at the Institute Kajian Malaysia dan
Antarabangsa (IKMAS), Universiti
Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Malaysia

Oct to Dec 2000 Administrative Assistant, Philippine Economy


Update Conference, Department of Economics,
Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies,
Australia National University, Canberra, Australia

Aug to Oct 2000 Research Assistant, Filipino Migration to


Australia Project, University of Western Sydney,
Sydney, Australia

June 1998 to Dec 1999 Research Associate, Carlos P. Romulo


Foundation for Peace and Development, Project on
“E-Commerce Policy Issues in the Philippines”

Nov 1996 to May 2001 Instructor, Department of Political Science,


College of Social Sciences and Philosophy,
University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City,
Philippines

Nov 1997 to April 1999 Coordinator, Office of Student Affairs, College of


Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the
Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines

June to Oct 1996 Teaching Associate, Department of Political


Science, College of Social Sciences and
Philosophy, University of the Philippines, Diliman,
Quezon City, Philippines

Aug 1996 to April 1997 Research Assistant to Professor Alexander R.


Magno, (Department of Political Science,
University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City),
on the Philippine Heritage Book Project entitled
“The Philippines: 1965-1986”

Feb to March 1996 Research Assistant to Dr. Temario C. Rivera,


(Department of Political Science, University of the
Philippines Diliman, Quezon City)

July to Aug 1995 Student Assistant to Dr. Francisco Nemenzo,


(former President, University of the Philippines), to
help supervise class of Japanese students doing
fieldwork research in the Philippines

May to Sept 1995 Research Assistant to Dr. Michael Pinches,


(Murdoch University, Australia), on “The
Philippines’ New Rich”

Research Interests

• Telecommunications reforms and ICTs


• Political economy of market reforms (privatisation, liberalisation,
and regulatory reforms) in utilities and various economic sectors of
Southeast Asia
• Political transitions in the Philippines, Malaysia, and Indonesia
(democratisation, decentralisation, elections, and electoral funding)
• Political, economic, and social change in Southeast Asia, especially
Philippines and Malaysia
• Social movement, student politics in the Philippines and Southeast
Asia
• Everyday politics in Southeast Asia
• Politics of development and underdevelopment
• Political economy, local politics, and contemporary developments in
the Philippines , Malaysia and Southeast Asia

Publications

Books, Book Chapters, and Journal Articles

Getting A Dial Tone: Telecommunications Liberalisation in Malaysia and


the Philippines. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2007.

Whither the Philippines in the 21st Century? edited with Rodolfo Severino.
Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, forthcoming in 2007.

Southeast Asian Affairs 2007 edited with Daljit Singh. Singapore: Institute
of Southeast Asian Studies, 2007.
“Bridging the ASEAN Developmental Divide: Challenges and Prospect,”
with Sanchita Basu Das. ASEAN Economic Bulletin Volume 24, No. 1, April
2007, pp. 1-15.

“The Philippines Country Chapter,” with Shelah Lardizabal-Vallarino and


Zoraida Ruth Andam. Digital Review of Asia Pacific, 2007. Montreal,
Canada: Orbicom Network of UNESCO Chairs in Communications,
forthcoming in December 2007.

“ASEAN Subregional Chapter,” with Shelah Lardizabal-Vallarino. Digital


Review of Asia Pacific, 2007. Montreal, Canada: Orbicom Network of
UNESCO Chairs in Communications, forthcoming in December 2007.

“Philippines Economic Outlook,” Regional Economic Outlook: Southeast


Asia 2007-2008. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2007,
pp. 118-124.

Southeast Asian Affairs 2006 edited with Daljit Singh. Singapore: Institute
of Southeast Asian Studies, 2006.
“The Philippines: Crisis, Controversies and Economic Resilience,” in
Southeast Asian Affairs 2006. Singapore: Institute Of Southeast Asian
Studies, 2006, pp.227-246

“Competition Drives Growth: The Liberalised Telecommunications Sector in


the Philippines,” Regional Outlook Southeast Asia 2006-2007. Singapore:
Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2006, pp. 122-124.

“ASEAN’s Approach to ICT: Policies and Cooperation,” with Shelah


Lardizabal. Digital Review of Asia Pacific, 2005/2006. Montreal, Canada:
Orbicom Network of UNESCO Chairs in Communications, 2005, pp. 237-
244.

“Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) ICT Policies and Strategies, ”


with Shelah Lardizabal. Digital Review of Asia Pacific, 2005/2006.
Montreal, Canada: Orbicom Network of UNESCO Chairs in
Communications, 2005, pp. 245-252.

“Privatisation, Patronage and Enterprise Development: Liberalising


Telecommunications in Malaysia,” in The State of Malaysia: Ethnicity,
Equity and Reform edited by Edmund Terence Gomez. London:
RoutledgeCurzon, 2004, pp. 194-228.

“First Come First Served: Privatization under Mahathir,” in Reflections: The


Mahathir Years edited by Bridget Welsh. Washington D.C.: School of
Advanced and International Studies, Johns Hopkins University, 2004, pp.
282-293.
Business@philippines.com: E-Commerce Policy Issues in the Philippines
with Emmanuel Lallana and Rodolfo Quimbo. Manila: Carlos P. Romulo
Foundation for Peace and Development, 1999.

“Agbayanis of Pangasinan: Rereading Elite Politics,” Philippine Political


Science Journal, May 1999, pp. 173-204.

Articles

“Low-Income Telephone Users in Asia: Hello can you connect us?”


Singapore Straits Times 12 June 2007, with Francis Hutchinson.

“Philippines mid-term elections: When a priest answers a different


calling,” Singapore Straits Times 29 May 2007.

“Philippines: Crucial Mid-term Elections in May,” Asian Analysis, February


2007.

“Doing the Right Thing the Wrong Way,” Singapore Straits Times, 6
November 2006.

“Philippines: The Economy and Fiscal Situation Improves,” Asian Analysis,


October 2006.

“Philippines: Charter Change in Full Steam Once Again,” Asian Analysis,


February 2006.

“Filipino expats providing safety net,” Singapore Straits Times, 6 January


2006.

“Philippine President Escapes Impeachment,” Asian Analysis, October


2005.

“Arroyo Survives a Tumultuous July,” Asian Analysis, August 2005.

“Controversies and Democratic Consolidation,” Malaysiakini, June 2005.

“News on Manila off the Mark,” Singapore Straits Times, 27 May 2005.
Reprinted by Philippine Star, 2 June 2005.

“The Legacies of Mahathir’s Privatisation Policy,” Asian Analysis, March


2004.

"Overseas Filipino Workers Get the Vote," Asian Analysis, November 2002.

"Of Con-Con and Cha-Cha," Asian Analysis, July 2000.


Conference and Seminar Presentations

“Traffic (Utilization) and Revenue Indicators: Definitions and Regional Case


Study from 6 Countries,” WDR Expert Forum on Information and
Communications Technology (ICT) Sector and Regulatory Performance
Indicators, Changi Village Hotel, Singapore, 2-3 March 2007.

“The Indian Communities in Metro Manila: Continuities, Changes and the


Effects of Rising India,” paper presented at the Workshop on Rising India
and Indians in East Asia, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 26 to 27
October 2006.

Invited speaker and paper presenter “Applying the Digital Opportunity


Index to the Philippines,” Digital Opportunity Forum 2006, 31 August to 1
September 2006, Seoul, Korea,

Conference Organiser and Book Project Co-editor, Whither the Philippines


in the 21st Century, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, 12 to
14 July 2006.

Participant, Workshop on ICT Indicators for Benchmarking Performance in


Network and Services Development, New Delhi, India 1-3 March, 2006

Participant, Lirneasia’s 2006-07 Research Planning Meeting, TERI Retreat,


Gurgaon, India, 4-5 March 2006

Panel Speaker, Panel on Reflections on the World Dialogue on Regulation


3rd Cycle Studies and Directions for the 4th Cycle, World Dialogue on
Regulation Expert Forum, Elizabeth Hotel, Singapore, 30 September 2005.

“The Philippines in 2005: Catch-up, Crisis, and Controversies,” paper


presented at the Regional Strategic and Political Developments Forum,
organised by the Institute of South East Asian Studies, Orchard Hotel,
Singapore, 24 August 2005.

“Controversies and Contestations in a Weak State,” paper presented at


“On the Brink of Another People Power?” A Panel Discussion on Events in
the Philippines, Institute of South East Asian Studies, Singapore, 22 August
2005.

“The Privatisation of Water Services in Metro Manila: Lessons from a Mixed


Outcome,” Forum on Water Issues in Southeast Asia: Present Trends and
Future Directions, Institute of South East Asian Studies, Singapore, 16 to
17 August 2005.

Invited Speaker, Roundtable Discussion on Filipino Encounters With


Education Australia, Philippines-Australia Studies Network, Ateneo De
Manila University, Quezon City, Philippines, 31 January 2005.
Discussant, Politics Panel, Philippine Update, organised by the Australian
National University, and the Australian Agency for International
Development (AusAID), Canberra, Australia and Makati, Philippines, 12
October 2004.

“A long route to consolidation: liberalizing telecommunications in


Malaysia,” paper presented at the 4th International Malaysian Studies
Conference, University Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Selangor Malaysia, 3
to 5 August 2004.

“Privatisation, Patronage, and Enterprise Development: Liberalising


Telecommunications in Malaysia” seminar presented at 1) the Institute of
Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, 22 April 2004 and 2) at the Faculty of
Economics and Administration, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, 13
May 2004.

“Mahathir’s Privatisation Policy: the Legacy of First Come First Served”


paper presented at the Transition in Malaysia Update, ANU, Canberra, 1
December 2003.

“From Monopoly to Competition: The Politics of Telecommunications


Liberalisation in the Philippines,” paper presented at the Philippine
Studies Group, Canberra, 24 October 2003.

“Contesting People Power,” paper presented at the 13th Asian Studies


Association of Australia Biennial Conference, Hobart, 30 June to 3 July
2002.

Discussant, Panel on the Malaysian Multimedia Super Corridor, 3rd


Australia-Malaysia International Conference, 22-24 March 2002, Australian
National University, Canberra, Australia.

“Telecommunications Reform in Malaysia,” paper presented at the


Malaysian Studies Forum, Australian National University, 14 March 2002.

“Stumbling Upon a Revolution: the Philippines’ Edsa 2 and Edsa 3,” paper
presented at the Philippine Studies Workshop, ANU, 30 November 2001.

“The Political Economy of Telecommunications Reform in Malaysia,” paper


read at the 12th Malaysian Studies Colloquium at the University of Sydney,
8-9 November 2001.

“New Cronyism in the Philippines,” paper presented at the 5th ASEAN


Inter-University Seminar on Social Development: Post-Crisis Southeast
Asia, National University of Singapore, 23-25 May 2001.

“Weather-weather Lang iyan: Another Look at Cronyism in the


Philippines,” paper read at the Islands of the Mind, Philippines Studies and
its Discontents in Australia, Australian National University, 20 October
2000.

“Not Yet (Fully) in Service: Telecoms Reform in the Philippines,” paper read
at the Philippine Studies Group, Canberra, August 2000.

“Market Roles, State Rules: Telecoms Reform in the Philippines and


Malaysia,” paper read at the 12th Biennial Asian Studies Association of
Australia 2000 Conference, University of Melbourne, 3 – 5 July 2000.

“Prospects and Challenges of the New Information Age, ” paper read at


the 2nd Young Leaders International Conference, Taipei, Taiwan April 25-
30 2000.

“Pahinungod: The University of the Philippines Oblation Service Corps,”


Paper read at the Third Asia-Pacific Young Leaders Conference, Taipei,
Taiwan, May 1998.

“The Economy and the Environment,” paper read at the 2nd ASEAN
Students Conference, University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia, 10 to 5
March 1996.

Languages

Filipino and Ilocano - mother tongues


English - speaking, reading, and writing fluency
Bahasa Melayu/ Indonesia - advanced speaking, reading, and writing
ability
Spanish - basic speaking, intermediate reading, and writing ability

Scholarships, Fellowships, and Awards

2005 to 2008 Visiting Research Fellowship, Institute of South East


Asian Studies, (ISEAS), Singapore

1999 to 2004 International Post-Graduate Research Scholarship (IPRS),


Australian National University and Department of
Education, Training, and Youth Affairs (DETYA) Australia
PhD Scholarship

2000 to 2001 Dissertation Fieldwork Research Funding, Faculty of


Asian Studies, Australian National University

1995 Magna cum laude, BA-MA Political Science Honours


Program, University of the Philippines
1995 Most Outstanding Student Award, College of Social
Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines

1995.1996 Vice- Chairperson, University Student Council, University


of the Philippines

1994.1995 Councillor, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy


Student Council

1994.1996 Recipient, Pi Gamma Mu Honour Society Scholar’s Award

1994.1995 Recipient, Phi Kappa Phi Honour Society Scholar’s Award

1992-1996 University of the Philippines Presidential Scholarship


Grant

Professional Affiliations

1996 to present Philippine Political Science Association


2004 to present Malaysian Social Sciences Association
2000 to 2004 Asian Studies Association of Australia
2000 to 2004 Malaysian Studies Association of Australia
2000 to 2004 Philippines Studies Association of Australia

Email : salazar@lirne.net