FY 2010/2011 Research Topic: 4-20
The Changing Legislative Process in Thailand
This study analyzes the legislative process in Thailand, focusing the institutional reform since the 1990s and its consequences. It will investigate the impact of the institutional design under the 1997 Constitution, which had been a driving force in institutional reforms in various sectors. The study also considers the efforts to design a new parliamentary system and the lawmaking process after the coup in September 2006 that ended the 1997 Constitution regime.
October 2009 - February 2011
Members of the Research Project
|[ Organizer ]||IMAIZUMI Shinya|
|[ Co-researchers ]||AOKI-OKABE Maki|
|IIDA Junzo (Professor, Faculty of Law, Soka University)|
|NISHIZAWA Kikuo (Associate Professor, Kochi Junior College)|
|YOSHIMURA Chie (Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University)|
- 1st year：Shinya Imaizumi ed., Thai no Rippokatei to sono henyo [Changing Legislative Process in Thailand] (Research Report) (JETRO-IDE, 2010)[in Japanese].
- The final result will be published in 2011 in Japanese.