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In Search of Good Public Administration and Governance (Naomi AOKI); A Third Generation Theory of Collective Action (Eduardo ARARAL); Growing Importance and Increasing Complexity: Research in Public Financial Management in Asia (Mukul G ASHER); India on My Mind (Kanti BAJPAI); New Mindsets: Solving the World's Water and Wastewater Problems (Asit K BISWAS); How Did I Get Here? Where am I Going? Thinking on a Bicycle (Joost BUURMAN); Is There a Macroeconomic Policy Regime in China? (CHEN Kang); The Story of Missing Women (Yvonne J CHEN); Why Public Policy Needs to Take a Broader View on Well-Being (Namrata CHINDARKAR); From Slobodan Milosevic to Doraemon (HENG Yee Kuang); The Poetry of Politics: What I Research and Why (Selina HO); Tracing How Governments Think (Michael HOWLETT); The Challenge for Labour Market Policy Research (HUI Weng Tat); The Price of the Invaluable: The Role of Companies and Markets in Water Supply (Olivia JENSEN); From Gangnam Apartments to Urban Development Policy in Asia - A Personal Journey (JOO Yu Min); Research Passion for Excellence in Teaching (Suzaina KADIR); Population Ageing in the East and West (KIM Erin Hye-Won); Coincidences or Opportunities? (Ashish LALL); Water Narratives: Caricature of a General Theory of Institutional Change (LEONG Ching); Local Government Fiscal Disparities in China (LI Hui); New Ideas for a 'New Normal' Singapore (Donald LOW); Is Humanity Rational? (Kishore MAHBUBANI); First, Ask the Right Question (NG Kok Hoe); Of Mice and Man: A Personal Research Journey (Tikki PANG); Health for All, All for Health - Public Policy Research for Global Health (PHUA Kai Hong); Bureaucracy, I Love You (Ora-orn POOCHAROEN); Capital Flows, Crises, and Exchange Rate Management in Emerging Asia (Ramkishen S RAJAN); Destiny, Detachment, and Public Policy (M RAMESH); My "Research Passion" - Securing the Survival and Well-Being of Our Species (John RICHARDSON); The Big Picture and the Small, the Long View and the Short (Razeen SALLY); The Professorial Life: Seamlessness, Synergy, and Significance (Kenneth Paul TAN); The Need for a Serious Rethink on Economics (Dodo J THAMPAPILLAI); Any Progress Towards Sustainable Development or at Least Sustained Development? (Cecilia TORTAJADA); Making Research a Fulfilling Mission (VU Minh Khuong); What Drives Public Managers in Tough Governance Settings? (Zeger van der WAL); Dirty Boots and Polished Shoes (Robert J WASSON); Warming up the Cold Bench (WU Xun); Building an Asian Scholarship of Public Administration and Policy (Wai-Hang YEE);