Research Activities

Research Projects

Comparative Studies of Southeast Asian Politics(2017_2_20_001)

This research project analyzes the history of Southeast Asian countries, focusing on the social and political issues faced by each country and utilizing theories of comparative politics and economics. Without simply explaining the histories of individual countries, we will try to conduct comparative analysis using theoretical frameworks. Combining theoretical and area studies approaches, we aim to publish a textbook for general readers who want to understand the history and politico-economic dynamics of contemporary Southeast Asia.

April 2017 - March 2019

Members of the Research Project
[ Organizer ] Kawamura Koichi
[ Co-researcher ] Kawanaka Takeshi
[ Co-researcher ] Nakamura Masashi
[ Co-researcher ] Aoki Maki
[ Co-researcher ] Tamura Keiko (Professor, University of Kitakyusyu)
[ Co-researcher ] Okamoto Masaaki (Professor, Kyoto University)
[ Co-researcher ] Miichi Ken (Associate Professor, Waseda University)
[ Co-researcher ] Kiba Saya (Assistant Professor, Komatsu University)
[ Co-researcher ] Yukawa Taku (Assistant Professor, Osaka University)
[ Co-researcher ] Takagi Yusuke (Associate Professor, GRIPS)
[ Co-researcher ] Kasuya Yuko (Professor, Keio University)

  • Outside Publisher-Book in Japanese-