Reigning in the IGP’s Power:
Decentralisation as an option
This paper examines decentralisation as a potential policy option for the Malaysian Inspector General of Police’s (IGP) office given the issues of accountability and overcentralisation.
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Investigating Corporate Welfarism in Malaysia
Will Our Public Universities Have Financial Autonomy?
This paper will explore the concept of financial
autonomy and current policies on public university funding by the Malaysian Government.
Wan Saiful Wan Jan
The History of University Autonomy in Malaysia
Are Malaysian universities truly autonomous? And if so, how did they lack independence from the government in the past? Has there ever been a point in our history where higher education institutions were fully autonomous?
Dr. Chang-Da Wan
Malaysia’s Tax System Friend or Foe to Prosperity?
Malaysia has the capacity to grow more rapidly and become a high-income nation. But is its tax system holding it back?
PETALING JAYA: A local think tank has called for the decentralisation of the police force, with the establishment of subnational police forces. Making the case for such a move, the Institute for Democracy and ...