Dr. Guido BENNY

Senior Lecturer, School of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences

 

Contact
guido.benny@taylors.edu.my | guidobenny@gmail.com


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Academic Qualification
Ph.D. Strategy and Security Studies, National University of Malaysia (UKM)
M.Soc.Sc. Management Studies, Universitas Indonesia
B.Soc.Sc. Administrative Science, Universitas Indonesia


Area of Expertise
ASEAN; Multilateralism; Regionalism; Public Diplomacy; Quantitative Methods; Socio-Economic Aspects; Economic Security

Selected Publications

Impact Factor Journal

  1. Ravichandran Moorthy and Guido Benny. 2013. Does Public Opinion Count? Knowledge and Support for an Asean Community in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 13(3): 399–423. (Q2 – Impact Factor 0.425).
  2. Ravichandran Moorthy. and Guido Benny. 2012. “Is ‘Asean Community’ Achievable? A Public Perception Analysis in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore on the Perceived Obstacles for a Regional Community.” Asian Survey 52:6 (Nov/Dec): 1043-1066. (Q2 – Impact Factor 0.515).

SCOPUS-cited Journal

  1. Guido Benny, Ravichandran Moorthy, Sity Daud and Zarina Othman. 2015. Perceived Elitist and State-Centric Regional Integration Process: Impact on Public Opinions for the Formation of ASEAN Community. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 6(2): 203 – 212.
  2. Guido Benny, Tham Siew Yean and Rashila Ramli. 2015. Public Opinion on the Formation of the Asean Economic Community: An Exploratory Study in Three Asean Countries. International Journal of Asia Pacific Studies 11(1): 85-114.
  3. Guido Benny, Ravichandran Moorthy, Sity Daud and Zarina Othman. 2015. Impact of Nationalist Sentiments and Commitment for Prioritising the ASEAN Economic Community: Empirical Analysis from Survey in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 6(1S1): 188-199.
  4. Ravichandran Moorthy, Hau Khan Sum and Guido Benny. 2015. Power Asymmetry and Nuclear Option in India-Pakistan Security Relations. Asian Journal of Scientific Research 8(1): 80-94.
  5. Guido Benny, Rashila Ramli and Tham Siew Yean. 2014. Nationalist sentiment towards greater Southeast Asian integration: Public opinion in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore on the proposed ASEAN Community. Tamkang Journal of International Affairs 14(11): 91 – 129.
  6. Hau Khan Sum, Ravichandran Moorthy. and Guido Benny. 2013. The Genesis of Kashmir Dispute. Asian Social Science 9(11): 155 – 165.
  7. Ravichandran Moorthy and Guido Benny. 2013. Does Public Opinion Count? Knowledge and Support for an Asean Community in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 13(3): 399–423.
  8. Kamarulnizam Abdullah and Guido Benny. 2013. Regional Public Opinion towards the Formation of Political Security Community in Southeast Asia. Asian Journal of Scientific Research 6(4): 650-665.
  9. Ravichandran Moorthy. and Guido Benny. 2012. Attitude towards community building in association of Southeast Asian Nations: A public opinion survey. J. Applied Sci. (American Journal of Applied Sciences), 9(4): 557-562.
  10. Ravichandran Moorthy. and Guido Benny. 2012. “Is ‘Asean Community’ Achievable? A Public Perception Analysis in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore on the Perceived Obstacles for a Regional Community.” Asian Survey 52:6 (Nov/Dec): 1043-1066.
  11. Kamarulnizam Abdullah, Guido Benny, and Mohamed Anuar Omar Din. 2010. The Understanding of the Idealization and Conceptualization of ASEAN Community: Comparative Study between Malaysia and Indonesia. Tamkang Journal of International Affairs 14(11): 91 – 129.


Book

  1. Ravichandran Moorthy, Ganesan Jeyabalan, and Guido Benny. 2013. “Ethics, Sustainability and the Environment: A Review of Water Policy and Water Management in Malaysia.” In Ravichandran Moorthy & Darryl J. Macer (Editors). Environmental Ethics in Managing Resources: Selected Papers from the Asia Pacific. Bangi: Penerbit UKM (ISI WOS indexed).
  2. Ravichandran Moorthy, Chin Kok Fay, and Guido Benny. 2013. Proceeding of the 13th Asian Bioethic Conference. Kajang: Asia Pacific Forum on Ethics & Social Justice.
  3. Guido Benny (Chief Editor). 2008. Marketing of Insurance Products. Depok: Department of Administrative Sciences, University of Indonesia.
  4. Guido Benny. 2006. Strategic Management for Business. Depok: Department of Administrative Sciences, University of Indonesia.
  5. Guido Benny. 2005. Project Evaluation: Study of Feasibility for Business and Public. Depok: Department of Administrative Sciences, University of Indonesia.
  6. Guido Benny. 2004. Managerial Economics: Microeconomics for Business Administration, Social Management and Public Administration. Depok: Department of Administrative Sciences, University of Indonesia.


Peer-Reviewed Journal

  1. Guido Benny. 2014. Kesan Sentimen Nasionalisme terhadap Komitmen Mengutamakan Komuniti Ekonomi ASEAN: Analisis Empirikal daripada Survei di Indonesia, Malaysia dan Singapura. JEBAT: Malaysian Journal of History, Politics and Strategy 41(2).
  2. Guido Benny. 2012. Public Perception in Indonesia on the Obstacles for Establishing the ASEAN Community. International Journal on Social Science, Economics and Art2 (3): 30-37.
  3. Guido Benny. 2012. The Indonesian Nationalism and Perceived Threats of Neighbouring Countries: Public Opinion toward the ASEAN Community. International Journal on Social Science, Economics and Art2 (3): 38-44.
  4. Guido Benny and Kamarulnizam Abdullah. 2011. Indonesian Perceptions and Attitudes toward the ASEAN Community. Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs
  5. Guido Benny. 2008. Consumers Perception Under the Construct of Nationalism, Worldmindedness, Made-In Label, and BrandsJurnal Bisnis dan Birokrasi, Januari: 24-29.


Research (Completed)

  1. Revisiting the Involvement of the Public in Regional Integration: Comparative Study of ASEAN and European Community. 2013-2014. National University of Malaysia. Postdoctoral research at Institute of Malaysian and International Studies – UKM.
  2. Public Opinion of Regional Cooperation and the Formation of the ASEAN Community: A Comparative Study in Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore, 2010-2013. Research for Thesis at the School of History, Politics and Strategy, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.


Awards / Recognition

  1. Sampoerna Foundation Scholarship for Master Degree Education in the University of Indonesia, Jakarta, 2001/2003.
  2. Bank Mayapada Scholarship for Bachelor Degree Education in the University of Indonesia, Jakarta, 1997/1998.
  3. Cum Laude Graduate, Master of Science in Management, University of Indonesia, 2003.
  4. Research Training “Working Group matching” in the Scheme of “Small Business in A Rapidly Growing Economy”, the Rijksuniversiteit (State University of) Groningen, the Netherlands during 8th April – 14th June 1999.
  5. Cum Laude Graduate, Bachelor of Business Administration, University of Indonesia, 1998.