Books

  • Setiawan, Eddy, Irawati, Dessy, & Rutten, R.P.J.H. (2016) Indonesian entrepreneurs in the UK: A Social capital perspective on challenges and opportunities of migrant entrepreneurs in Hans Westlund & Johan Larsson (Eds.), Handbook of social capital and regional development(pp. 193-220). Edward Elgar
  • Sebayang, F., Rutten, R. and Irawati, D. (2015), Cultural capital and industrial cluster competitiveness: A case study of the Cibaduyut footwear industry, in Farinha, L., Ferreira, J., Lawton Smith, H. and Bagchi-Sen, Sh. (Eds), Handbook of research on global competitive advantage through innovation and entrepreneurship, Hershey, PA: IGI Global, pp. 242-260
  • Rutten, R., Benneworth, P., Irawati, D., and Boekema, F. (2014)The Social Dynamics of Innovation Networks: From Learning Region to Learning in Socio-Spatial Context, (Eds), London: Routledge
  • Irawati, D, and Rutten, R (2013) Emerging Knowledge Economies in Asia: Current Trends in ASEAN 5(Eds), London: Routledge.
  • Irawati, D, and Onggo, S (2013) The Greening of Indonesia(Eds), Oxford:  the Green Economics Institute.
  • Irawati, D and Rutten, R (2013) Clusters, Learning, and Regional Development: Theory and Cases, in Ferreira, J.M et al (Eds), Cooperation, Clusters, and Knowledge Transfer: Universities and firms towards regional competitiveness, Berlin: Springer, pp.127-140.
  • Irawati, D and Rutten, R (2013) Learning in Regional Networks: the Role of Social Capital, in Adam, F and Westlund, H (Eds), Innovation in Socio-Cultural Context, New York: Routledge, pp.142-158.
  • Irawati, D. (2011) Knowledge Transfer in the Automobile Global-Local Production Network: Research Monograph, London: Routledge.
  • Irawati, D., Nugroho, Y., Loebis, D (2011) Mapping the Potentials: on Science, Development and Sustainability in Indonesia , Cambridge: Scientifica Book.
  • Rutten, R. and Irawati, D. (2013) Regional Learning Networks: Theory and Cases,Berlin: Springer. (forthcoming)
  • Rutten, R. and Irawati, D. (2011), Clusters as regional learning networks: Social values and cluster policy, in Adam, F and Westlund, H. (Eds), Socio-cultural dimensions of innovation performance, Ljubljana and Stockholm: Institute for Developmental and Strategic Analysis, pp. 81-106.
  • Irawati, D (2011), Bridging the Gaps in the Triple Helix: A Case Study on the Challenge of the Indonesian Experience, in Saad, M. and Zawadie, G (Eds), Theory and Practice of the Triple Helix System in Developing Countries: Issues and Challenges, London: Routledge (Routledge Studies in Innovation, Organization, and technology), pp.161-175.
  • Irawati, D. (2010) The Indonesian Automotive Cluster and its relationship in the Global Production Network of the Japanese MNEs (Multinational Enterprises): the Case study of Toyota and Honda. PhD Thesis, Newcastle: Newcastle University Business School
  • Irawati, D. (2009) The Indonesian Automotive Cluster and its Complexity in the Japanese MNEs towards Technology and Knowledge Capability in the Global Production Network,Mönchengladbacher Schriften zur wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Praxis: The Regeneration of Image in Old Industrial Regions: Agents of Change and Changing Agents, pp. 221-236, Germany: NIERS (Niederrhein Institut für Regional-und Strukturforschung).

Refereed Journals

  • Tjahjono, B; Irawati-Rutten, D; Pujawan, N (2018) Special Issue on Embracing the ASEAN Economic Community in Indonesia: The Convergence of Management and Technology, International Journal of Services Technology and Management, Vol. 24 No 5/6
  • Darono, A and Irawati, D (2014) Service innovation in the complexity of tax administration: perspective from the Indonesian public sector, International Journal for Innovation and Regional Development
  • Irawati, D and Gebhardt, C (2013) Special Issue on Innovation Policy As A Concept for Developing Economies: Renewed Perspectives on the Triple Helix, Industry and Higher Education, Vol 27, No. 4, August 2013, pp. 231-235(5)
  • Irawati, D. and Onggo, S (2013) Special Issue on the Indonesian Green Economy, International Journal of Green Economics, Vol. 7, Issue, 1
  • Nejati, M , Irawati, D, Amran (2012)  Perceiving Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Developing Countries: Perspective of Malaysian SMEs for International Small Business Journal
  • Irawati, D (2011) Understanding Path Dependence Management in Indonesian Automotive: Narrative from Toyota Case, Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities,19 (2), pp. 487 – 493.
  • Irawati, D (2011) Editorial Paper for ASEAN: Global-Local Networks in Emerging Regions through Knowledge Transfer, Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities,Vol19 (2), pp.271-272 
  • Irawati, D. and Rutten, R. (2011), The Java automotive industry: Between keiretsu and learning region, Journal for Global Business Advancement, Vol. 4-3, 208-223.
  • Irawati, D. (2010) A Further Challenge for the Indonesian Automotive Cluster: Reflection from Southeast Asia Region, Regional Insights, Regional Studies Association,issue 1, volume 1, summer 2010, pp.6-8.
  • Irawati, D. and Charles, D. (2010) The Involvement of Japanese MNEs in the Indonesian Automotive Cluster, International Journal of Automotive Technology and Management, Vol. 10, Nos.2/3, pp.180-196.
  • Irawati, D. (2008) Book Reviews for Hand Book of Research on Entrepreneurship Policy Edited by David B. Audretsch, Isabel Grilo and A. Roy Thurik, International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, 14 (4), pp.263 – 266.

Business Newsletter, Institutional Publication, E-Journal (Peer reviewed paper)

  • Irawati, D (2013) Palapa Network: An International Showcase for the Indonesian Creative Networks, Palapa Network Project between the UK and the Indonesia, http://www.palapanetwork.com/
  • Irawati, D. and Rutten, R. (2012) Knowledge Creation in Temporary Regional Networks, MPRA Paper and ERSA conference papers, European Regional Science Association
  • Irawati, D (2012) ABG (Academic, Business, and Government) as an Indonesian Way to understand and implement the Triple Helix in ASEANHélice–Triple Helix Association  Newsletter, Vol 1, Issue 2, April
  • Irawati, D. (2009) Technology and Knowledge Capability in the Global Automotive Production Network: The Case Studies from Indonesia, Institute of Knowledge Transfer Bulletin, “Exchange”, London.
  • Irawati, D. (2007) Strengthening Cluster Building in Developing Country alongside the Triple Helix: Challenge for Indonesian Clusters-A Case Study of the Java Region, MPRA Paper 5831, Germany: University Library of Munich.
  • Irawati, D. (2006) Understanding The Triple Helix Model from The Perspective of the Developing Country: A Demand or A Challenge for Indonesian Case Study?, MPRA Paper 5829, Germany: University Library of Munich.

International Academic Conference Proceedings (Peer reviewed paper)

  • Irawati, D (2013) Innovation Studies in Social Sciences and Social Dynamics of Innovation Networks, OKTI Biennial Scientific Olympic, Indonesian Embassy, Paris, 26-27 October 2013
  • Irawati, D (2013)Palapa Network: An International Showcase for the Indonesian Creative Networks and the role of Transnational Entrepreneur, Palapa Network project, Oxo Tower Wharf, London, 4-6 October 2013   
  • Irawati, D (2013) IndonesianEntrepreneurs in the UK: Challenges and Opportunities as Diaspora Transnational Entrepreneurs, European Regional Studies Association Conference, 6th May, 2013, Tampere University, Finland
  • Irawati, D and R. Rutten (2013) The Awakening of Indonesia in Emerging Knowledge based Economy in ASEAN: Perspective, Challenge, and Opportunity for regional resillience in Southeast of Asia, Indonesian Earth Resillence Symposisum, Indonesian Embassy in Berlin, 2-3 March 2013
  • Irawati, D. (2012) ASEAN: Global-Local Networks in Emerging Regions through Knowledge Transfer in The State in Asia: Power, Citizenship and the Rule of Law, Leiden University Institute for Area Studies (LIAS), the Netherlands, 12-14 December 2012
  • Irawati, D, (2012)ASEAN: Global-Local Networks in Emerging Regions through Knowledge Transfer in 4th South East Asia Up-Date Conference, Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 22 June 2012
  • Irawati, D., Nejati, M., and Amran, A (2012) Investigating Malaysian SMEs in CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Agenda: Perspective from Developing Region in ASEAN in Regional Studies Association Annual Conference, Delf University, the Netherlands, 13-16 May, 2012
  • Irawati, D., R. Roel, and Boekema, F. (2011) Limitations of the Learning Region: Conceptual Arguments and Empirical Arguments from the Western Java Automotive Cluster in pursuit of A Better Explanation of Knowledge Based Regional Development in Western Regional Studies Association, Monterey, California, February 27- March 2, 2011
  • Irawati, D. (2010) Developing ASEAN region through Automotive Global-Local Production Networksin Regional Studies Association Conference on Regions in a Shifting Global Challenges, University of Manchester, 2 November 2010
  • Irawati, D. and Rutten, R. (2010) Knowledge Creation in Temporary Regional Networks: Evidence from the Dutch Manufacturing Industryin  European Regional Science Association Congress on Sustainable Regional Growth and Development in the Creative Knowledge Economy, Jönköping International Business School, Sweden, 19-23 August 2010
  • Irawati, D. (2010) A Further Challenge for the Indonesian Automotive Cluster: Reflection from Southeast Asia Regionin 2nd EURO-SEAS Conference on Southeast Asia Up-Date, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 16-18 June 2010
  • Irawati, D. and Rutten, R. (2010) Knowledge Creation in Temporary Regional Networks: Evidence from the Dutch Manufacturing Industryin Regional Studies (RSA) Annual Conference, Pécs, Southern Hungary, 24-26 May 2010
  • Irawati, D. and Rutten, R. (2010) the Java Automotive Industry: Between Keiretsu and Learning Regionin Centre for Regional and Urban Studies (CURDS) conference on  Theorising Regional Development: the theorectical background of new concepts in Regional Studies – Lessons for the Periphery, Newcastle upon Tyne, 5 May 2010
  • Irawati, D. (2009) Technology and Knowledge Capability in the Global Automotive Production Network: Knowledge Transfer Process in the Indonesian Automotive Clusterin DIME Conference on Industrial Dynamics and Sectoral Systems in Developing Economies, Bocconi University-Milan, Italy, 9-11 December 2009
  • Irawati, D. (2009) The Stimulation of the Indonesian Automotive Industry in the Aftermath of the Asian Crisisin EADI Conference (European Association for Development Research and Training Institute) on  Promoting Global Value Chains: The role of Governance, Maastricht School of Management, the Netherlands, 26-27 November 2009
  • Irawati, D. (2009) Technology and Knowledge Capability in the Global Automotive Production Network: The Case Studies from Indonesiain 4th European Conference on Entrepreneurship and Innovation, The University of Antwerp, Belgium, 10-11 September 2009
  • Irawati, D. (2009) The Indonesian Automotive Cluster and its Complexity in The Japanese MNEs Towards Technology and Knowledge Capability in The Global Production Networkin Triple Helix 7 Biennial International Conference on University, Industry, and Industry Linkages, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, 17-19 June 2009
  • Irawati, D. (2009)What can be learned from the Automotive Industry? Perspective from Learning Region in Java in Regional Studies Association-Learning Region Seminar: Conceptualizing the learning region: economic-geographical aspects, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 17 April 2009
  • Irawati, D. (2009) The Indonesian Automotive Cluster and its Complexity in the Japanese MNEs towards Technology and Knowledge Capability in the Global Production Networkin the 4th Annual Regional Studies Association-Research Network on The role of Old Industrial Knowledge in Economic Development of Post-Industrial Regions, NIERS (Niederrhein Institute of Regional and Structural Research)-Department of Business Administration and Economics of Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences, Monchengladbach, Germany, 15-18 February 2009
  • Irawati, D. (2009) Technology and Knowledge Capability in the Global Automotive Production Network: The Case Studies from Indonesiain IKT (Institute of Knowledge Transfer) Academic: Underpinning from Innovation to Dissemination, Science and Technology Facilities Council, Daresbury Science and Innovation Campus, Daresbury, Warrington, UK, 10 February 2009
  • Irawati, D. (2008) Foreign Direct Investment Accelerates Indonesian Automotive Cluster: The Challenge and Complexity in Managing Technology and Innovation In Extended Automotive Global Productionin Emerging Multinationals: Outward Foreign Direct Investment from Emerging and Developing Economies, Copenhagen Business School, 8-10 October 2008
  • Irawati, D (2008) Catching Up Process for Knowledge Diffusion in the Automotive Industry: The Importance of Cluster and Institutional Network for Indonesian Case Studyin BAM (British Academy of Management) Annual Conference 2008 Harrogate, 8-11 September 2008
  • Irawati, D (2008) The Japanese Global Production Network in Line with Its FDI In the Case of Indonesian Automotive Sector in Southeast Asia Region in DIME / KITE Newcastle University-Business School,  3-5 September 2008
  • Irawati, D (2008) Catching Up Process for Knowledge Diffusion in the Automotive Industry: The Importance of Cluster and Institutional Network for Indonesian Case Stud in NARTI (Northern Advanced Research Training Initiative)-United Kingdom, Durham Business School, 16-18 July 2008
  • Irawati, D. (2008) Understanding Path Dependence in The Automotive Industry: Where Parent Company Transforms The Transplant Company-Case Study of Toyota Japan and Toyota Indonesiain 15th International Product Development Management Conference-The European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM), Helmut-Schmidt University (HSU), University of the Federal Armed Forces, Hamburg, 29 June-1 July 2008
  • Irawati, D. (2008) The Agglomeration of Manufacturing Industry in Java: Growth and Interrelatedness within the Automotive Clusterin DRUID 25th Celebration Conference: Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Copenhagen Business School, 17-20 June 2008
  • Irawati, D. (2008) Catching Up Process for Knowledge Diffusion in the Automotive Industry: The Importance of Cluster and Institutional Network for Indonesian Case Studyin The Annual Regional Studies Association Conference 2008, University of Economics, Prague, 27-29 May 2008
  • Irawati, D (2007) Understanding Dynamic Path Dependence in The Automotive Industry: Perspective from Toyota Indonesia in  IKD Open University London-DIME Workshop in Institution, Innovation and Industrial Dynamics in Emerging Economies, 30 November 2007
  • Irawati, D. (2007) Combining Research In Economic Geography And Business Studies: A Case Study on Strengthening Industrial Clusters In Indonesia By Adopting SMEs (Small And Medium Sized Enterprise) Policyin the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) – Institute of British Geographer (IBG) Annual International Conference 2007, Imperial College of London, 29 – 31 August 2007
  • Irawati, D. and Swiatek, D. (2007) Triple Helix Model in Regional Diversities: A Panacea and Prospect for Indonesian and Polish Case Study?in poster competition at the International Triple Helix 6th Conference, Singapore, 16-18 May 2007
  • Irawati, D. (2007) Cluster Approach: An Evolutionary Policy for Industry and SMEs in Java Region – Indonesiain the Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographer in Mid – Term Conference for Postgraduate. University of Edinburgh, 23 February 2007
  • Irawati, D. (2007) Strengthening Cluster Building in Developing Country Alongside the Triple Helix: Challenge For Indonesian Clusters – A Case Study of the Java Regionin the Danish Research Unit for Industrial Dynamic (DRUID): PhD Conference on Geography, Innovation and Industrial Dynamics. Aalborg – Denmark, 25 – 27 January 2007
  • Irawati, D. (2006) Studying Indonesian Clusters and SMEs through the Lens of the Triple Helixin the Knowledge Transfer Conference. University of Manchester, 29 November 2006
  • Irawati, D. (2006) Understanding the Triple Helix Model from the Perspective of a Developing Country: A Demand or a Challenge for Indonesian Case Studyin the International Conference Triple Helix Paradigm for Development: Strategies for Co-Operation and Ex-Change of Good Practice. Bristol Business School – University of the West of England, 17 – 19 September 2006
  • Irawati, D (2006) Innovative cluster approach for industrial cluster as a policy initiative in developing country: case studies from industrial estates in Java region – Indonesiain DIMETIC (Dynamics of Institutions and Markets in Europe) Summer Course 2006 on Regional Clusters and Modelling and History, Facts and Theory, Maastricht – the Netherlands, 9-20 October 2006
  • Irawati, D. (2006) Cluster, Economic Development and Innovation: A Learning Lesson from Industrialized Countries for Developing Countriesin Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS) Faculty First Year Conference On De- Constructing Realities: Truths And Transitions. Newcastle University, 24 May 2006
  • Irawati, D (2006) Innovative cluster approach for industrial cluster as a policy initiative in developing country: a case study in the Jababeka (Jakarta, Bogor, Bekasi and Karawang) cluster in Indonesiain North East Doctorial Training Network (NEDTN) Postgraduate Research Workshop – Newcastle Business School ,1 February 2006