KUMAGAI Satoru

KUMAGAI Satoru

Economic Geography Studies Group, Development Studies Center・Director

Research Field:
International Trade, Malaysian Economy

Education / Research Experience

Education:
BA in Policy Management(Keio Univ.), Mar. 1994
MA in Policy and Media(Keio Univ.), Mar. 1996
MSc in Global Market Economics(London School of Economics and Political Science), Jul. 2004
Professional Career:
IDE(Economic Development Research Project Team), Apr. 1996
IDE (Area Studies Department I), Apr. 1999
Dispatched as a researcher to London, Sep. 2002 - Aug. 04
IDE (Inter-disciplinary Studies Center), Oct. 2004
Deputy Director, Economic Integration Studies Group, Inter-disciplinary Studies Center, 2009-March 2010
Director, Economic Integration Studies Group, Inter-disciplinary Studies Center, April 2010-March 2013
Research Fellow Sent Abroad (Kuala Lumpur), April 2013-

Major Works

  • "Economic impacts of improved connectivity for ASEAN: an application of the Geographical Simulation Model."(co-work) Asian Economic Policy Review, 2016, 11.2: 290-306.
  • "The Middle-Income Trap from the Viewpoint of Trade Structures: Are the Geese Trapped or Still Flying?." Journal of International Commerce, Economics and Policy, 2015, 6.03: 1550017.
  • "Five growth strategies for Myanmar: re-engagement with the global economy."(co-work) Journal of Southeast Asian Economies (JSEAE), 2014, 31.2: 173-194.
  • "Dawei Revisited: A Reaffirmation of the Importance of the Project in the Era of Reforms in Myanmar."(co-work) ERIA Policy Brief, 2013, 1.
  • "Geographical simulation analysis for logistics enhancement in Asia."(co-work) Economic Modelling, 2013, 34: 145-153.
  • "Impacts of Transport and Trade Facilitation Measures in GMS Countries: IDE Geographical Simulation Model." In: Economic Integration and the Location of Industries. Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2012. p. 200-224.
  • "Agglomeration and dispersion in China and ASEAN: a geographical simulation analysis."(co-work) China Economic Policy Review, 2012, 1.01: 1250005.
  • "History of De Facto Economic Integration in East Asia"(co-work),in Fujita, Kuroiwa and Kumagai(eds.) The Economics of East Asian Integration: A Comprehensive Introduction to Regional Issues, Edward Elgar, 2011.

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