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How many you want? and I am only talking about Brazil...
Unfortunately I am not aware of any academics qualified to teach CI who are teaching CI in Australia. I am not aware of any recent published research either. I do know of students who are doing research papers on CI as part of their Masters or Doctorates however I don't think that is what you are after. If it is let me know.
The last piece of research published in Australia was my co-authored work with Assoc. Prof. Chris Hall (now retired) back in 2007. It was the output of a 10 year benchmarking study on the CI efforts of Australian management. Have a look at: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/981277906X/wwwmindshicomau
If you have any specific questions, let me know.
In India there is Vivek Raghuvanshi who I understands teaches CI. I am not aware of any CI academic research work being done in Pakistan except for that by the military and police. I have not heard of any course being run in Indonesia either. However things may have changed recently - evidenced possibly by the increasing members from Indonesia and Pakistan. You may want to touch base with Gary Lim. Both Vivek and Gary are members of this forum and I suspect if you go to Groups under this forum you may find what you are looking for and can directly communicate with the appropriate groups for each.
Would be most interested to hear what you end up with from the Asia Pacific region.
It is amazing what is available in China and thank you for the link and suggestions. I am aware that there are numerous published papers in China on and around this topic as there are in Japan as well. Both Prof. Juro Nakagawa and Prof. Yoshio Sugasawa have published numerous papers, though I am not too sure how many are in English.
My response only addressed those countries in the Asia Pac region that Klaus mentioned in his original request - so those were India, Pakistan, Indonesia and Australia.
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