- Peerasit Kamnnuansilpa, "The challenges of Rapid Urbanization for Local Governments in Thailand" cites "Preliminary census results"
- M. Shamshul Haque, "Decentralizing local governance in Thailand: Contemporary trends and Challenges" cites "Number of administrative entities 2008".
- Pasuk Phongpaichit and Chris Baker , "Reviving Democracy at Thailand's 2011 Election" cites "Provincial Governor Reshuffle List 2011"
- Audrey Baron-Gutty, "Paradigme politique et évolution des institutions éducatives : le cas d'une société non-occidentale : la Thaïlande", mentions the blog in general
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Blog cited in academic publications
For academic publications it is essential to have lots of references, and maybe even more to get cited by other publications - the only way to quantify the quality of a publication is how often it gets cited in other publications. When I studied (a field totally unrelated to the geography, politics and history topics I write here) I never made it to have anything published, and I have been out of the academic world since then. As blogs same as other amateur written, not peer-reviewed content is often not considered cite-worthy, I discovered that at least in four publication my content was cited. Rarely, a scholar or student contacts me directly and I am always happy to help if possible, yet out of the four citations I could find with Google I only had a short conversation with the author of the last one.