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Lee Pei May

Academic Qualification

  • PhD in International Relations - Doctor of Philosophy, University of Nottingham

Lee Pei May (Dr.)

Assistant Professor
IIUM Gombak Campus

KULLIYYAH OF ISLAMIC REVEALED KNOWLEDGE AND HUMAN SCIENCES


peimay@iium.edu.my
6069


Expert Profile


Lee Pei May is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science at the International Islamic University Malaysia. She completed her PhD in 2019 under the supervision of Professor Andreas Bieler and Dr. Chun-Yi Lee from University of Nottingham where she worked on her thesis titled ‘Assessing China’s development in the Global Economy: Underdevelopment, Uneven and Combined Development or Developmental Catch-up?’ Her general research interest is in the area of International Political Economy/International Relations, specifically focusing on China. She would be happy to work with someone with similar research interest.   


Area of Specialisation


  • Social Science ~ Social Science ~ Political Sciences and Public Policy ~ International Relations


Teaching Responsibilities


FINAL YEAR PROJECT I 2020/2021 2019/2020
FINAL YEAR PROJECT II 2019/2020 2020/2021
INDUSTRIAL TRAINING 2019/2020 2020/2021
INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY 2021/2022 2020/2021
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 2020/2021
INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022
RESEARCH PAPER II 2020/2021
SURVEY OF POLITICAL HISTORY 2019/2020 2020/2021


Research Projects


Completed
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On-Going
- Understanding the needs and expectations of SMEs post-Covid-19
- Enhancing energy efficiency through energy feedback monitoring initiative in a school in RCE Greater Gombak for sustainable community living.


Publications


Article

2020 Covid-19: Is wearing facemask necessary?. IIUM Emotional and Psychological Support Site, () pp.
2020 Covid-19: Protecting lives and livelihoods. New Straits Times, 7 May 2020 () pp.
2020 Kudos to Malaysians. New Straits Times, () pp.
2020 Need to address digital divide. The Star, () pp.
2020 Public give positive feedback. The Star, () pp.
2017 The return of the haze: an analysis of Singapore Government’s behavior before and after the 2013 haze attack. Journal of Social Sciences, Naresuan University, 13 (1 (January=June)) pp. 225-235
2016 Book Review: TJ Pempel and Keiichi Tsunekawa (eds.), Two crises, different outcomes: East Asia and global finance. Political Studies Review, 14 (4) pp. 632-633
Conference or Workshop Item

2021 Can a mouse lift an elephant? explanation of chinese investment in Malaysia’s East Coast railway construction. In: Research Seminars on ASEAN-China-Norms,
2020 An analysis of public sentiments towards Malaysian Government's Policies in managing COVID-19 pandemic. In: WAPOR Asia 3rd Annual Conference:,