Number of items: 13.
'Tracing Burma's economic failure to its colonial inheritance.'
Business History Review, 85 (4).
'The economics of decolonization in Burma.'
In: Falola, Toyin and Brownell, Emily, (eds.),
Africa, Empire and Globalization: Essays in Honor of A.G. Hopkins.
Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press, pp. 433-444.
'Death and Disease in the Prisons of Colonial Burma.'
Journal of Burma Studies, 14.
'A shooting incident at Insein Prison, Burma, in 1947.'
Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 37 (4).
'British firms and the end of empire in Burma.'
Asian Affairs, 40 (1).
'A Commissioner Calls: Alexander Paterson and Colonial Burma's Prisons.'
Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 38 (2).
'South East Asia: Reform and the Colonial Prison.'
In: Dikötter, F. and Brown, I., (eds.),
Cultures of Confinement. A History of the Prison in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Cornell University Press, pp. 221-68.
''Blindness which we mistake for sight': British Officials and the Economic World of the Cultivator in Colonial Burma.'
The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 33 (2).
A Colonial Economy in Crisis. Burma's Rice Cultivators and the World Depression of the 1930s.
'Material Conditions in Rural Lower Burma during the Economic Crisis of the Early 1930''s: What the Cotton Textile Import Figures Reveal.'
In: Boomgaard, Peter and Brown, Ian, (eds.),
Weathering the Storm: the Economies of Southeast Asia in the 1930s Depression.
Leiden: KITLV; Singapore: ISEAS, pp. 109-120.
'The Economic Crisis and Rebellion in Rural Burma in the Early 1930''s.'
In: Minami/K, R, (ed.),
Growth Distribution and Political Change: Asia and the Wider World.
Macmillan (London), pp. 143-157.
'Tax Remission and Tax Burden in Rural Lower Burma during the Economic Crisis of the Early 1930's.'
Modern Asian Studies, 33 (2).
Economic change in South East Asia c 1830-1980.
OUP (Kuala Lumpur).