1. Wong, C. Y., & Fung, H. N. (2019). Caught-In or Breaking-Free from the Middle Income Trap: The Case of Malaysia. Seoul Journal of Economics, 32(1).
2. Wong, C. Y., & Lim, G. (2019). A typology of agricultural production systems: Capability building trajectories of three Asian economies. Asia Pacific Viewpoint.
3. Lee, K., Wong, C. Y., Intarakumnerd, P., & Limapornvanich, C. (2019). Is the Fourth Industrial Revolution a window of opportunity for upgrading or reinforcing the middle-income trap? Asian model of development in Southeast Asia. Journal of Economic Policy Reform, 1-18.
4. Shin-yi Peng, forthcoming, “Digital Trade”, in D. Bethlehem, D. McRae, R. Neufeld and I. Van Damme (eds) The Oxford Handbook of International Trade Law, Second Edition. (Oxford University Press, forthcoming) (under contract) Chapter 30.
5. Shin-yi Peng, 2019.09, “Determination of Reasonable Period of Time: Dispute Settlement of the World Trade Organization (WTO)”, in Hélène Ruiz Fabri (eds) The Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law (MPEiPro) (Oxford University Press, 2019), 1-17.
6. 2019. 06, Shin-yi Peng, “Good Regulatory Practice? International Cooperation in Economic Regulation (New Trends in Global Economic Regulation: In Search of Rule-Hegemony? G2 Annual Conference on WTO and Global Economic Regulation, Georgetown Law & The Graduate Institute, Geneva, Switzerland.)
7. 2019. 10, Shin-yi Peng, “Modernizing the TBT Agreement for the Age of AI: Autonomous Vehicle Standards as a Case Study” (Asian International Economic Law Network Conference, Taipei, Taiwan.)
8. 2020. 02, Shin-yi Peng, “One Measure, Two Regimes: Autonomous Vehicle Regulations as a Case Study on the Goods-Services Dichotomy under the WTO Law”(via Skype) (Biennial Conference on International Economic Law, The American Society of International Law’s International Economic Law Interest Group, Miami, , United States.)