Publications


SDI's publications comprise the Sarawak Development Journal and seminar proceedings. The Sarawak Development Journal is published bi-annually focusing mainly on development issues in Sarawak. The Journal is available at SDI's office and local leading bookstores. SDI also publishes proceedings of the numerous conferences and seminars organised.

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SARAWAK DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL, VOLUME 9, JUNE 2009
Published Date: December 2009
 

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River Restoration for Inland Waterways Transportation System

By Ab Saman Abd Kader

 

Flood napping; An Introduction and A Strategy for Sarawak

By Hii Ching Poon, Frederik Joseph Putuhena and Salim Said

 

Understanding and Pleasuring Tourist Satisfaction for Urban Tourism Marketing

By Voon Boo Ho and Lew Tek Yew

 

Tourist Arrival and Economic Growth in Sarawak

By Evan Lau, Sing-Sing Hu and Swee-Ling Oh

 

Estimation of the Total Factor Productivity (TFF) Growth: Case Study of Food-related Manufacturing Sector in Sarawak

By Fumitaka Furuoka

 

Understanding the English Language Errors of the Sarawakian Malay Speakers

By Shanti Nadarajan and Amalina Johari

 

Central Bank Independence: Dependence or Independence?

By Adriel Sim

 

Municipal Solid Waste Management in Malaysia: Solution for Sustainable Waste Management

By Saini Sakawi           

                                                                                                                



SARAWAK DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL VOL. 8, JUNE 2007
Published Date: November 2007
 

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An Introduction to Climate Change, Kyoto Protocol and Clean Development Mechanism
By Chow Kok Kee

Opportunities and Challenges of the Forestry Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) for the Timber Industry in Malaysia
By H. Norini, M.A. Abdul Razak, E. Phillips and M. Samsudin

International Best Practices of Water Demand Management
B
y Mah, D.Y.S., Putuhena, F .J. and Said, S.

Economic Development and Public Expenditure in Sarawak : An Econometric Testing of Wagner’s Law
By Fumitaka Furuoka

Work-Life Balance: An Introduction
By Zaiton Hassan and Maureen Dollard

Empowering Customer-Contact Service Employees for Quality Service: Understanding a Psychological Measure and Its Antecedents
By Kuan Siaw Vui and Voon Boo Ho

Tourists’ Perception of Miri City as a New Tourist Destination in Malaysia
By Lew Tek Yew



SARAWAK DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL VOL.7 NO. 2, JUNE 2006
Editor(s):Admin
Published Date: December 2006
 

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1. Economic Development and International Trade: A Case Study of Sarawak

By Fumitaka Furuoka

 

2. Towards a Market-Oriented Manufacturing Firm: A Strategic Approach using Soft System Methodology

By Voon Boo Ho

 

3. Globalisation in Rural East Malaysia: Responses and Challenges

By Jayum A. Jawan and Arnold Puyok

 

4. Post EIA Monitoring and Auditing - The Roles of Consultant, Project Proponent and the Environmental Agency

By Murtedza Mohamed

 

5. Managing Rivers as Transportation Mode in South East Asian Region: Prospect for Technology Transfer and Capacity Building

By Ab Saman Abd Kader

 

6. Educating and Involving Riverine Communities in Environmental Sustainability

By Muhamad Yakuub Kari

 

7. Sustainable Housing and Sustainable Urban Communities

By Bruce S Ramsay

 

8. Toilet Design and Technology

By Hasan Hamzah and Hooi Yoke Meng

 

9. Adoption of Deep Learning Approaches by Students Pursuing Higher Education In Sarawak: A Case Study of Curtin University Sarawak Campus

By Lew Tek Yew



THE SARAWAK APPROACH TO ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
Editor(s):Datu Aloysius J. Dris, Sim Ah Hua & Melvin Goh
Published Date: August 2006
 
As our community and environment have been at the heart of our growth, we have always placed an emphasis on sustainability and environmental impact on all our activities. Our years of care and practice have given us the experience in managing and maintaining our renewable resources. Working together with our community, we will continue to focus our efforts towards building a better tommorow for our future generations.

SARAWAK DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL : VOL 7 NO.1 DEC 2005
Editor(s)::
Published Date: December 2005
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

1. The Implementation of Environmental Auditing for Efficient Waste Management Systems in Malaysia

By Zaini Sakawi

 

2. Economic Development and Population Growth: A Case Study of Sarawak

By Fumitaka Furwka

 

3. Malaysian Consumers' Evaluation of Fictitious Brand Extensions

By Ernest Cyril                              . .

 

4. Iban City Dwellers and Rural Property

By Ryoji Soda

 

5. Exploring the Extent of Transformational Leadership in the Context of Miri Entrepreneurs      

By Lew Tek Yew

 

6. Project Risk Management  

By Clive Winter

 

7. Life Cycle of Assets & Strategic Asset Management

By K C Leong

 

8. Water as an Asset in the Industry: Cleaner Technology as Cost Saving Strategies

By Lu Sim Hoay

 

9. Mindset and Culture

By Shukri Ibrahim