August 2016: New! Edited book out with Cambridge University Press - The Everyday Political Economy of Southeast Asia (co-edited with lena Rethel) here
April 2016: A blog for Progress in Political Economy on economic crisis in Asia here
March 2016: Juanita Elias and Lena Rethal awarded £83,000 from the British Council's Newton Fund for the project 'The everyday political economy of resettlement: Urban design, women's empowerment and the rehousing of low income groups from slum areas in Jakarta'. Read more here
14 October 2015: Juanita is part of a project team awarded funding to develop an online teaching tool for IPE. Read more here
22 September 2015: Juanita is a Commissioner on the Political Studies Association of the UK Commission into the Crisis of Care in Austerity Britain to be chaired by the Fawcett Society. Read more here
9 June 2015: A blog for Feminist Academic Collective here
13 March 2015: View the opening plenary of the conference New Directions in IPE chaired by Juanita Elias here
5 March 2015: Juanita was the moderator for the Warwick IPE debate 'Doing Development Differently' Watch here
February 2014: with Nicola Smith (Birmingham University) and Adrienne Roberts (Manchester University), Juanita is editing a newly established book series Global Political Economies of Gender and Sexuality. More information here.
7 February 2014: Juanita wrote a blog for the Sheffield Political Economy Research Institue (SPERI) entitled 'Visibilities, invisibilities and ‘spaces of labour control’ in Asia' Read it here
16 April 2013: Juanita acted as moderator for a discussion entitled 'Influential Women: Changing the Face of Global Development' organised by One Just World, an Australia-based series of international forums on development and social justice issues. Watch the videocast here!
8 March 2013: Juanita gave a research seminar at the University of Queensland discussing the disputes between Malaysia and Indonesia over migrant domestic workers. Listen to the podcast below:
August 2012: Juanita was featured in a roundtable discussion entitled 'The Asian Financial Crisis: 15 Years Later' hosted by PAIS's East Asia Study Group. Listen to the podcast below: