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Researchers

INOMATA Satoshi

INOMATA Satoshi
Chief Senior Researcher, Development Studies Center


Research Field:
International input-output analysis, Global value chains analysis, Trade in value-added analysis

Education / Research Experience

Education:
BA with Honours in Politics and Economics, University of London, UK, July 1991.
MSc in Development Economics, University of Oxford, UK, September 1992.
PhD in Economics, Hitotsubashi University, Japan, March 2014.

Professional Career:
Research Planning Division, October 1992.
Statistical Research Department
— Project staff of the 1990 Asian International Input-Output Project, April 1993.
— Project staff of the 1995 Asian International Input-Output Project, April 1998.
Visiting Research Fellow, University of London, April 2000.
Research Planning Department, April 2002.
Development Studies Centre
— Project staff of the 2000 Asian International Input-Output Project, May 2003.
Director, Microeconomic Analysis Group, Development Studies Centre, April 2006.
Director, International Input-Output Analysis Studies Group, Development Studies Centre, April 2011.
Chief Senior Researcher, Institute of Developing Economies, Development Studies Centre, April 2013.

Other Information:
A member of the Council Board of the International Input-Output Association,
A member of the Editorial Board of Economic Systems Research,
A member of the Editorial Board of the United Nations Handbook of Supply and Use Table.

Major Works

(for the last 5 years) :
  • Inomata, S. and A. Owen (2014), “Editorial: A Comparative Evaluation of Databases”, in Inomata, S. and A. Owen eds., Economic Systems Research: Special Issue on A Comparative Evaluation of Multi-Regional Input-Output Databases, Vol. 26, No. 3, Routledge, Colchester.
  • Inomata, S. (2014), “Trade in value-added: An East Asian Perspective”, in Baldwin, R. et al eds., The Future of the Worlds Trading Systems: Asian Perspective, AVocEU.org Book, Centre for Economic Policy Research, London.
  • Suder, G., P. W. Liesch, S. Inomata, I. Mihailoca and B. Meng (2014), “The evolving geography of production hubs and regional value chains across East Asia: Trade in value-added”, Journal of World Business, Vol. 49.
  • Escaith, H. and S. Inomata (2013), “Geometry of global value chains in East Asia: the role of industrial networks and trade policies”, in Elms, D. K. and P. Low eds., Global value chains in a changing world, WTO Publication, Geneva.
  • Inomata, S. and B. Meng (2013), “Transnational Interregional Input-Output Tables: An Alternative Approach to MRIO?”, in Murray, J. and M. Lenzen eds., The Sustainability Practitioner’s Guide to Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis, Common Ground Publishing LLC, Illinois.
  • Meng, B., Y. Zhang and S. Inomata (2013), “Compilation and Application of IDE-JETRO’s International Input-Output Tables”, in Dietzenbacher, E. and A. Tukker eds., Economic Systems Research: Special Issue on Global Multiregional Input-Output Frameworks, Vol. 25, No. 1, Routledge, Colchester.
  • Inomata, S., B. Meng and N. Yamano (2013), “Developing International Input-Output Database: IDE-JETRO and OECD Experience”, in Mattoo, A. et al eds., Trade in Value Added: Developing New Measures of Cross-Border Trade, The World Bank.
  • Escaith, H. and S. Inomata eds. (2011), Trade Patterns and Global Value Chains in East Asia, WTO/IDE-JETRO, WTO Publication, Geneva.
  • Inomata, S. eds. (2011), Asia beyond the Global Economic Crisis, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.