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Sity Daud is Associate Professor in Political Economy at the Research Centre of History, Politics and International Affairs, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, the National University of Malaysia. She is currently the Deputy President of Malaysian Social Science Association. She has almost 30 years teaching and research experience in Political Economy with colleagues and graduate students at UKM, together with some academic attachments abroad especially at the University of British Columbia, Monash University, and University of Cambridge. Her research interests include human security, sustainable development goals (SDG), developmentalist states, and elections. She has published numerous books, chapters in books, and articles on state intervention, human security, leadership, social safety nets, economic crisis, China‚Äôs rising economy and elections. Her famous books are Social Science and Development Studies; Human Security and Peace in Archipelagic Southeast Asia; Human Security and Peace in Asia Pacific; Politics and Security; Democracy, and Leadership and Security. She has taught undergraduate and masters courses on Political Economy, International Relations, International Political Economy, Security and Strategic Issues in Asia Pacific.  


Dean, Faculty of Political & Social Sciences, Universitas Padjajaran

Academic Qualifications:
  1. Ph.D in Political Science, Universitas Padjajaran (2012)
  2. Master in Total War Strategy, Indonesia Defence University (2011)
  3. Bachelor in Physic, Bandung Institute of Technology (1998)
  4. Bachelor in International Relations, Universitas Padjajaran (1997)

Field of Expertise:

  1. Security and Defence Studies
  2. Civil-Military Relations
  3. Conflict Resolutions, Conflict Management, Peace Studies, Counter Terrorism
  4. ASEAN Studies, Chinese Studies
  5. Voting Behaviour
  6. Democracy and Human Rights
  7. Future Studies, Scenario Studies
  8. Formal Modelling: Agent Based Modelling, System Dynamics, Game Theory, Decision Making Modelling