INOMATA Satoshi

INOMATA Satoshi

INOMATA Satoshi
[Belonging・Position] Senior Overseas Research Fellow (Paris)
[Research Field] Input-ouput analysis
[email] Satoshi_Inomata@ide.go.jp

Education / Research Experience

Education:

BA with Honours in Politics and Economics, University of London, UK, June 1990.
MSc in Development Economics, University of Oxford, UK, July 1991.
PhD in Economics, Hitotsubashi University, Japan, March 2014.

Professional Career:

1991 Research Planning Division, IDE-JETRO.
1992 Statistical Research Department.
2000-02 Visiting Research Fellow, University of London.
2006 Director, Microeconomic Analysis Group, Development Studies Center, IDE-JETRO.
2011 Director, International Input-Output Analysis Studies Group, Development Studies Center.
2013 Chief Senior Researcher, IDE-JETRO.
2020- Visiting Researcher, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Paris

Other professional activities:

The President of the International Input-Output Association (2019.01 -),
A member of the Editorial Board of Economic Systems Research (2012.10 -),


Major Works

【Books】
  • Inomata, S. (2019), Global Value Chains, Nihonkeizai-shimbun Publishing, (in Japanese)
    * Awards
    - The Asia-Pacific Prize (Ajia-Taiheiyo-sho, awarded by Mainichi Newspaper)
    - The Ohira Masayoshi Memorial Prize (awarded by Ohira Masayoshi Memorial Foundation)
  • Inomata, S. ed. (2011), Asia beyond the Global Economic Crisis, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.
  • Escaith, H. and S. Inomata eds. (2011), Trade Patterns and Global Value Chains in East Asia, WTO/IDE-JETRO, WTO Publication, Geneva.
【Articles】 (for the last five years only, NOT including working papers/internal report)
  • "Domestic institutions and global value chains", The Japan Institute of International Affairs Research Report, The Japan Institute of International Affairs, March 2021
  • "Institutions matter – a rise of <peer value chains>", Discuss Japan No.62, Japan Foreign Policy Forum, November 15, 2020
  • (In Chinese)
  • "How global value chains will evolve in the post-COVID-19 economy", East Asia Forum, East Asia Forum, August 7, 2020
  • Inomata, S., and D. Taglioni (2019), "Technological progress, diffusion, and opportunities for developing countries: Lessons from China", Global Value Chain Development Report 2019, Chapter 4, World Trade Organization, Geneve.
  • Inomata, S. (2017), "Multi-country Supply and Use Tables and Input-Output Tables", in Handbook on Supply and Use and Input-Output Tables with Extensions and Applications, Chapter 17, The United Nations, New York.
  • Escaith, H., S. Inomata, and S. Miroudot (2017), "The evolution of production networks in the Asia Pacific", PAFTAD Conference Series 38, The Pacific Trade and Development Conference.
  • Inomata, S. (2017), "Analytical frameworks for global value chains: An overview", Global Value Chain Development Report 2017, Chapter 1, The World Bank Group, Washington D.C.
  • Lenzen, M., A. Geschke, M. Daaniyall Abd Rahman, Y. Xiao, J. Fry, R. Reyes, E. Dietzenbacher, S. Inomata, K. Kanemoto, B. Los, D. Moran, H. S. in den Bäumen, A. Tukker, T. Walmsley, T. Wiedmann, R. Wood, and N. Yamano (2017), "The Global MRIO Lab – charting the world economy", in A. Geschke and M. Hadjikakou eds., Economic Systems Research, Special Issue on Virtual Laboratories for Collaboratibve Input-Output Analysis, Vol. 29, No. 2, Routledge, Colchester.
  • Inomata, S. (2016), "An Alternative Measurement for International Fragmentation of Production Process: An International Input-Output Approach", in Y. Xing ed. Uncovering Value Added in Trade: New Approaches to Analyzing Global Value Chains, Published by World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., Copyright by Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo.