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DAIMON-SATO, Takeshi
 
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Affiliation
Faculty of International Research and Education, School of International Liberal Studies
Job title
Professor
Profile

Graduate from Political Science Division (SPE), Waseda University, and Sciences-Po. de Paris, in 1989, joined OECF (JICA), pursued graduate programs at Yale University (M.A., International Relations), funded by World Bank Graduate Scholarship and Rotary Foundation, and Cornell University (M.Sc. Ph.D., Regional Science), funded by FASID, and in 1996 joined the World Bank through Young Professional Programs then became economist (Middle East and Africa Region). Joined academia as professor at International University of Japan, Meijigakuin University (International Studies), and since 2004 professor at Waseda University (SILS). In 2013 obtained JD from University of Tsukuba.

Concurrent Post

  • Faculty of International Research and Education   Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies

  • Affiliated organization   Global Education Center

Research Institute

  • 2019
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    産業経営研究所   兼任研究所員

Education

  • 2013.04
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    2016.03

    Law School of University of Tsukuba   Graduate School of Business Sciences   Law School  

  • 1996.08
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    2000.05

    Cornell University   Graduate School   Graduate Program of Regional Science / Regional Economics  

  • 1991.08
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    1993.05

    Yale University   Graduate School   Graduate Program of International Relations  

  • 1984.04
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    1989.03

    Waseda University   School of Political Science and Economics   Division of Political Sciene  

  • 1985.09
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    1986.06

    Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris(Sciences-Po.)  

Degree

  • 2000.05   Cornell University(The United States of America)   Ph.D.

  • 2016.03   University of Tsukuba   J.D.

  • 1998.05   Cornell University(The United States of America)   MSc.

  • 1993.05   Yale University(The United States of America)   MA

Research Experience

  • 2020.09
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    Now

    Asian Development Bank   Public Finance and Law Expert

  • 2020.04
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    Now

    早稲田大学 地域・地域間研究機構 国際平和戦略研究所   所長

  • 1994.06
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    2000.08

    The World Bank   Economist

  • 1989.04
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    1994.06

    Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund   Officer

  • 2017.09
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    Now

    International Christian University   Part-Time Lecturer

  • 2010.09
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    Now

    Japan Economic Research Institute   Board Member (part time)

  • 2004.04
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    Now

    Waseda University   Faculty of International Research and Education   Associate Professor.Professor(2010-)

  • 2018.09
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    2018.12

    Venice International University   Visiting Professor

  • 2002.04
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    2004.03

    Meijigakuin University   Department of International Studies   Lecturer

  • 2000.09
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    2002.03

    International University of Japan   Graduate School of International Relations   Assistant Professor

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Professional Memberships

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    Franco-Japanese Association of Economic Science

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    Japan Association for Human Security Sudies (JAHSS)

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    Association for Asian Studies (AAA)

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    Japan Association of Political Economy

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    Japan Law and Economics Association

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    Japan Association for Asian Studies

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    Japan Society for International Development (JASID)

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    Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis

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    East Asia Economic Association

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    Asian Law and Economics Association (AsLEA)

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Research Areas

  • Human geography   Spatial Analysis, Spatial Econometrics, GIS

  • Gender studies   Religion, Law, and Gender

  • Economic policy   Development Economics

  • International relations   Belt and Road Initiative, Aid Competition, Aid Diplomacy, Peacebuilding

Research Interests

  • Economic Development (Poverty and Social Development), Public Economics, Law and Economics, Peace Studies; Area Studies (Japan, Southeast Asia, South Asia, Africa); International Sociology (gender, religion, law and development)

  • SDGs

  • Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)

  • econometrics

  • GIS

  • law and economics

  • spatial economics

  • Development Economics

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Papers

  • Sino-Japan Aid War and India’s Role: Possibilities for ‘Win-Win-Win’

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

    China Report   57 ( 3 ) 289 - 308  2021.08  [Refereed]

     View Summary

    For the past decade, China and Japan have been competing against each other over aid market with its implicit intention to pursue their economic interests, which turned into a rivalry between two diplomatic concepts: Chinese Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) versus Japanese Free and Open Indo-Pacific (FOIP) Strategy. The severe competition over high-speed rail (HSR) by two countries, joined by French and German competitors, has been intensified for the benefit of China, taking all of its catchup benefits with its dubious sense of rule of law. This article asks if the two initiatives can coexist with the entry of India into the game and form an equilibrium of ‘grand coalition’, benefiting all its players as ‘win-win-win’ game, which turns out to be feasible and unstable. Nevertheless, Japan still seems to have a good reason to keep India as a strategic partner of FOIP as well as a ‘gateway’ for Central and Western Asia with fragile states such as Afghanistan and Pakistan, and official development assistance (ODA) could play a significant catalyst role as ‘human security’ promoted by Professor Amartya Sen and ex-UNHCR Ms. Sadako Ogata. The COVID-19 pandemic together with the exit of the isolationist US administration may provide the world with glimmering sense of hope for the year 2021 and beyond, if and only if one becomes more aware of the complementarities of comparative advantage of China, India and Japan to pursue common interests.

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  • Why Does Timor-Leste Remain Fragile? A Resource Dependence Explanation

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

    Asian Journal of Peacebuilding   9 ( 1 ) 91 - 110  2021.05  [Refereed]

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  • Nexus of Military and Economic Cooperation: Japanese Challenges in Afghanistan and Iraq

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

    Journal of US-China Public Administration   18 ( 1 ) 1 - 15  2021.02  [Refereed]

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  • Sino-Japanese Competition over the “aid market” in ASEAN : Political Tensions and Consequences

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

    Foreign Policy Review   13   58 - 73  2021.02  [Refereed]

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  • Qu'est-ce que c'etait le "pritemps arabe"? Une perspective tunisienne

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

    Bulletin   33   29 - 46  2021.05  [Refereed]

  • Sino-Japanese Competition over the Belt and Road Initiative and Aid Competition: Overcoming Post-Pandemic Crisis

    Takeshi Sato-Daimon

    Waseda Asia Review   23   16 - 21  2021.02  [Invited]

  • The Historical Background and Role of Japan’s Strengthening of Support for the Rule of Law

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

    Journal of US-China Public Administration   17 ( 6 ) 265 - 274  2020.11  [Refereed]

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  • Japan and China in Competition or Cooperation? Perspectives for Africa

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

    Journal of Inter-Regional Studies: Regional and Global Perspectives   3   14 - 25  2020.03  [Refereed]

  • Nexus of Development Economics and Peacebuilding: Comparative Analysis of Prof Sen and Prof Nishikawa

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

    Bulletin   32   73 - 79  2020.03  [Refereed]

  • Quantitative Analysis of Gender Inequality in Muslim Countries

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

    Waseda Global Forum   16   1 - 30  2020.03  [Refereed]

  • Development Policy Lending and Its Effectiveness – Japanese Experience

    Takeshi Daimon

    Association for Asian Studies    2019.07

  • Law and Gender Inequality in Muslim Countries: Case of Jordan

    Takeshi Daimon

    Asian Law and Economics Conference    2019.06

     View Summary

    Achieving a gender equality in employment and education is a key policy goal in developing countries, and legal reform to this end has been implemented, for example, by introduction of law banning unequal treatment of women for employment and promotion and regulations banning work harassment. However, in many cases, the reform process is constrained by the conflicting cultural and traditional laws and norms. By “sharia” or Muslim law, treating women unfavorably for inheritance is admitted while modern (or Western) civil law prohibits it. This paper uses cross-sectional survey on legal reforms in Muslim countries in the world and shows there exists positive correlation between the legal reform and the improvement in narrowing the gender gaps in employment and education. Jordanian case is closely examined using micro econometric analysis, using 2016 labor market survey estimated from over 7,000 household data. Probit and OLS estimations show that the enforcement of law is positively correlated with the chances of getting a job.

  • Sino-Japanese Competition and Possibility for Cooperation in Foreign Aid for Building International Peace

    Takeshi Daimon

    International Studies Association Annual Convention    2019.03

  • Empirical Study on BOP Business: Case of Indian Water Business

    Takeshi Daimon

    Project Study   10 ( 10 ) 17 - 28  2015.03  [Refereed]

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  • Measuring the Intangible Risk of Conflict : Policy Implications for Development Assistance

    Takeshi Daimon

    Waseda Global Forum   11 ( 11 ) 3 - 25  2015.03  [Refereed]

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  • An Essay off Public Management in Economic Development: Case of Rural Water Supply Project in Nigeria

    Takeshi Daimon

    Project Study   4 ( 4 ) 1 - 12  2009.03  [Refereed]

    CiNii

  • Environmental Problem and Japan

    Takeshi Daimon

    Project Study   4 ( 4 ) 141 - 160  2009.03  [Invited]

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  • Fiscal effects in peace-building: fungibility re-considered

    Takeshi Daimon

    Waseda Global Forum   5 ( 5 ) 9 - 14  2009.03  [Refereed]

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  • Prof Sen's Contribution to Peace Studies: From Social Choice Perspectives

    Takeshi Daimon

    Asian Economy   50 ( 2 ) 62 - 75  2009.02  [Refereed]

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  • Democratization in Economic Development and Sino-Japanese Response: Case of Myanmar

    Takeshi Daimon

    Association Economique Franco-Japonaise Bulletin   25   76 - 83  2008.03  [Refereed]

  • Poverty reduction through employment creation: case of Nicaragua Social Fund

    Takeshi Daimon

    Waseda Global Forum   3 ( 3 ) 7 - 15  2007.03  [Refereed]

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  • Study on Aid Modality for Peace-building: Possibilities for Yen Loan for Afghanistan

    Takeshi Daimon

    Project Study   ( 2 ) 13 - 25  2007.03  [Refereed]

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  • Economic Development and Democratization: Myanmar's Case

    Takeshi Daimon

    Social and Economic System   27   85 - 89  2006.10  [Refereed]

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    This paper examines a thesis of whether an economic assistance of its cancellation or withdrawal, or economic sanction at large, has a capacity to change a regime, taking an example from a repressive country Myanmar. Recently a massive aid has been extended to fragile countries in order to support their democratization efforts. However, despite what has been claimed or expected by policy-makers, it is unknown whether an economic assistance could have such an enforcing institutional power. A foreign aid could make a fragile system even more vulnerable to various uncertainties. This paper looks various forces surrounding Myanmar and makes a case for an effective policy intervention for Japan.

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  • How Globalization Localizes International Public Interest: A Cross-Country Evidence for Millenium Development Goals

    Takeshi Daimon

    Waseda Global Forum   ( 1 ) 15 - 23  2005.03  [Refereed]

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  • Decentralization and Economic Development Policy: Case of Indonesia

    Takeshi Daimon

    Meijigakuin University International Studies Department Center Annal   6 ( 6 ) 103 - 107  2003.12

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  • Feasibility of Poverty Goals (Special Report for MDGs for 2015)

    Takeshi Daimon

    Ajiken World Trend   9 ( 4 ) 10 - 13  2003.04  [Invited]

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  • Nation-building of Post-conflict Country and Role of External Assitance: Perspective for Reconstruction of Afghanistan

    Takeshi Daimon

    International Studies   23 ( 23 ) 51 - 65  2003.03  [Refereed]

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  • The Spatial Dimension of Welfare and Poverty: Lessons from a Regional Targeting Program in Indonesia

    Takeshi Daimon

    Asian Economic Journal   15 ( 4 ) 345 - 367  2001.12  [Refereed]

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    This paper examines the spatial dimension of welfare and poverty in Indonesia and explores the effective policy interventions to remedy the regional economic disparity which was most vividly shown during the recent economic crisis. The econometric estimations confirm the existence of a spatial poverty trap, where poverty persists for generations. The inclusion of the placement of Impres Desa Tertingal (IDT) implemented during 1994–96 suggests that the regional targeting programme could fail to achieve its policy goal when the empowerment of local communities is insufficient. It is suggested that full–scale decentralization could remedy the targeting policy failure.

  • The Spatial Dimension of Welfare and Poverty : Lessons from a Regional Targeting Program in Indonesia

    Takeshi Daimon

    Economics & Management Series   2001   2 - 29  2001.08  [Refereed]

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  • Basic Research on Poverty Alleviation

    Takeshi Daimon

    JICA    2001.03

  • World Development Report: Poverty Alleviation and Its Approach

    Takeshi Daimon

    Ajiken World Trend   6 ( 12 ) 32 - 35  2000.12  [Invited]

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  • Essays on the Spatial Economics of Growth and Poverty: Theory and Policies for Southeast Asia

    Takeshi Daimon

    Cornell University    2000.01

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Books and Other Publications

  • Competition or Cooperation: China and Japan in International Aid, Investment and Trade

    Takeshi Daimon( Part: Sole author)

    Lexington  2021.12

  • All Japan for the World - New Form of Peace-building, Humanitarian Assistance, and Disaster Relief

    Yuji Uesugi, e, al. ed( Part: Contributor)

    Naigai Shuppan  2016.03 ISBN: 9784905285571

  • Identity and Violence-Illusion of Destiny

    Amartya Sen, T, slated by, Takeshi Daimo( Part: Joint translator)

    Keiso Shobo  2011.07 ISBN: 9784326154166

  • New Frontiers in International Relations

    Takehiko Yamamoto ed( Part: Contributor)

    Sebundo  2010.04 ISBN: 9784792332761

  • Development and Peace: Support for Fragile States

    Juichi Inada ed( Part: Contributor)

    Yuhikaku  2009.03 ISBN: 9784641183803

  • Afghanistan and Surrounding Countries: 6 Years of Experience and Perspectives for Reconstruction

    Hitoshi Suzuki ed( Part: Contributor)

    IDE  2008.04 ISBN: 9784258290116

  • Poverty Reduction Strategy Reconsiered: Possiblity of Employment Generation

    Tatsushi Yamagata ed( Part: Contributor)

    Iwanami Shoten  2008.03 ISBN: 9784000099738

  • Peace-building: New Strategy for Development Assistance

    Takeshi Daimon( Part: Sole author)

    Keisoshobo  2007.04

  • Conflict and Economic Reconstruction: Response of International Community for Peacebuilding

    Juichi Inada ed( Part: Contributor)

    Yuhikaku  2004.05 ISBN: 4641162085

  • The Day When the Nomadism Changes Mongolian Economy

    Yuki Konagaya ed

    Shuppanbunkasha  2002.11 ISBN: 4883382788

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Misc

  • 環境問題と日本 低炭素社会と日本 (第四回[早稲田大学]総合研究機構研究成果報告会 日本の国際戦略を考える)

    大門 毅, 西岡 秀三, 山口 耕生

    プロジェクト研究   ( 4 ) 141 - 160  2008

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  • Book Review (Jun Nishikawa, "introduction to International Economy")

    Takeshi Daimon

    Asian Economy   46 ( 1 ) 118 - 118  2005.01  [Refereed]

Works

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Awards

  • Excellent Poster Presentation Award

    2021.06   Japan Society for International Development   What was Arab Spring? 10 Years After Tunisian Revolution

    Winner: Takeshi Daimon-Sato

Research Projects

  • A Study on Spatial Correlation of "Cross-Border Migration" within Greater Mekong Sub-region and Regional Safety Net Plan

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

    Project Year :

    2021.04
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    2025.03
     

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

  • Competition and Possibilities for Cooperation Between Japan and China Over "One Belt" (Maritime Silk Road)

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Fund for the Promotion of Joint International Research (Fostering Joint International Research (B))

    Project Year :

    2019.10
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    2024.03
     

    Takeshi Daimon

  • Role of Gender Minorities in Economic Development-Comparative Studies of Two Major Religions in Southeast Asia

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Research (Exploratory)

    Project Year :

    2020.07
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    2023.03
     

  • GIS Application for Trans-Border Migration in Mekong Sub-Region, Spatial Correlation and Regional Safety-Net Initiatives

    Mitsubishi Foundation  Human-Social Science Research Fund

    Project Year :

    2021.10
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    2022.09
     

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

  • Economic research on business and accounting systems in the world

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)

    Project Year :

    2012.10
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    2017.03
     

    SASAKI Hiroo, AKAHOSHI Takashi, AKIBA Kenichi, KATAOKA Takao, YAMAGUCHI Keiko, YAGO Kazuhiko

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    This economic research studies business practices and institutional systems, theoretically and empirically as well as normatively and positively. This research project covers multi-dimensional research topics not only of the various economic literatures (game theory, mechanism design, industrial organization, public and corporate finance, international finance and trade, and so on), but most business fields including accounting and management. In particular, main targets of this research are those economies where market and its related infrastructure are not well developed, such as LLDC (Least Less Developed Countries), fragile countries, transitional countries, and so on. As a result of frontier studies and publications, this project aims to provide political lessons with both developed and developing countries. A final goal of this project is to assist those people in the world who are suffering from poverty with subsistence level of BHNs (Basic Human Needs).

  • Empirical Studies of BOP Business Activities and Social Development in Develping Countries

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    Project Year :

    2011
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    2013
     

    DAIMON TAKESHI

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    Empirical studies were conducted in Southern Indian States (incl. AP, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka), focusing on "water business" for two pilot villages. The survey was conducted for 400 randomly selectedd households asking "business opportunites of water and social development impacts (employment, income and sanitation". The study has shown empirically and econometrically that BOP water busines could contribute to improved water access in rural India.

  • Urbanization and Ruralization of Poverty : Case of India

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    Project Year :

    2008
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    2010
     

    DAIMON Takeshi

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    This study focused on highly growing developing countries, in particular India, comparing with China, and investigated the dynamics of "urban poverty" for its causes, features, time-series dynamics, locational differentials, policy response, and impacts from both qualitative and quantitative aspects. It turns out that the "urbanization of poverty" has been recognized as a serious social problem.

  • Study on Poverty Reduction through Employment Generation

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    Project Year :

    2006
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    2007
     

    DAIMON Takeshi

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    This study focuses on the employment generation and poverty reduction in theory and by field studies. It asks whether the employment generation programs contribute to the poverty reduction. In FY 2006, a field study in Nicaragua was conducted. In FY 2007, a field study in India was conducted. An original field trip to Indonesia was changed to India for various reasons. In Nicaragua, a focus was placed on the so-called Social Fund to see how it helps generate employment. In India, on the other hand, a focus was placed on a macroeconomic policy, in particular, the Eleventh Five Year Plan (FY 2007 to FY 2012).
    A majority of previous studies in public economics and welfare analysis have focused on the causality between economic growth and poverty reduction, and very few of them have treated the effect of employment generation. This study focuses on this point, and has contributed theoretically to the field of poverty and growth economics. Also this study has focused a linkage between macroeconomic analysis at national and international levels and microeconomic analysis at individual, household, community levels, which is also a new contribution to the academic field.

  • Tax Competition within ASEAN Member Countries

    Nomura Fund  Nomura Fund

    Project Year :

    2003.04
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    2004.03
     

  • 地方分権政策の貧困層に与える影響-インドネシアの事例

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費助成事業 若手研究(B)

    Project Year :

    2001
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    2002
     

    大門 毅

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    昨年度に引き続き、インドネシアの貧困状況の調査及び地方分権の状況に関して定量的・定性的分析を行った。定量分析に関しては、ジャワ島を中心に、家計調査データを入手し、インドネシア及び米国の学会にて発表を行った。
    定量分析結果によれば、インドネシアの貧困状況は地方分権政策が実施された1999年以降は、地域的な規則性がより見られるようになった、具体的には首都ジャカルタ周辺地域における貧困状況が悪化したことが明らかとなった。

  • Cornell University (Ph.D. Program) Studies

    FASID  Doctoral Degree Scholarship / Field Study Research Fund

    Project Year :

    1997.08
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    2000.05
     

  • Yale University (MA Program) Study

    World Bank  WB Scholarship

    Project Year :

    1991.08
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    1993.05
     

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Presentations

  • Preventive Deplomacy and International Development Cooperation

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato  [Invited]

    ASEAN Regional Forum Workshop on Preventive Diplomacy for Sustaining Peace 

    Presentation date: 2022.06

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    2022.06
     
     
  • In search of the post-pandemic post-capitalistic paradigm: scope and limitation of "regulation" school

    La societe Franco-Japonaise des Sciences Economiques 

    Presentation date: 2021.12

  • Gender and Sexual Diversity and Understanding Development: A Direction for Redesigning Post-Pandemic Development Program

    Japan Society for International Development 

    Presentation date: 2021.11

  • Free and Open Indo-Pacific: Aftermath of Pandemic 2020-2021

     [Invited]

    Japan-Korea-Taiwan Conference on China’s New Diplomacy 

    Presentation date: 2021.11

  • Sino-Japanese Relations from Indian Perspective

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

    Indian Council of World Affairs and Centre for Public Policy Research (online) 

    Presentation date: 2021.08

  • How Japan Has Survived the Covid19 Pandemic Without Restricting Individual Freedom of Mobility and Disclosing Health Information? The Effectiveness of Legal Restrictions on Individual Freedom Upon the Pandemic Control.

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato  [Invited]

    Asian Association for Law Professors (online) 

    Presentation date: 2021.07

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    2021.07
     
     
  • In search of the post-pandemic post-capitalistic paradigm: implications of China-Japan rivalry for African economy.

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato  [Invited]

    Japan Society for Afrasian Studies (online) 

    Presentation date: 2021.07

  • Development Resilience and SDGs in Pandemic Era: Human Security for "No One Left Behind"

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato, Yuichi Sekiya, Masato Noda

    Japan Association for International Development (online) 

    Presentation date: 2021.06

  • What was "Arab Spring"? 10 Years After Tunisian Revolution

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

    Japan Society for International Development 

    Presentation date: 2021.06

  • Asia-Pacific Developments and China-Japan Relations

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato  [Invited]

    Shanghai Institute for International Studies (online) 

    Presentation date: 2021.06

  • Ten Years After Arab Spring: Case of Tunisia

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato  [Invited]

    Japan Association of Political Economy (online) 

    Presentation date: 2021.03

  • Measuring the Impact of Gender Empowerment from a Rural Road Improvement Program

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

    Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis 2021 Conference (online) 

    Presentation date: 2021.02

  • Will Lending Type Assistance Worsen "Debt Trap"? Sino-Japanese Aid Competition for Africa and Quantitative Analysis of Cooperation

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato  [Invited]

    La societe Franco-Japonaise des Sciences Economiques (online) 

    Presentation date: 2020.12

  • Sino-Japanese “aid competition” in Southeast Asia and Beyond: Case of High Speed Rail

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

    International Conference on Business and Commerce (online) 

    Presentation date: 2020.11

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    2020.11
     
     
  • China-Japan Competition or Possibilities for Cooperation? Debates On Belt and Road Initiative and Free and Open Indo-Pacific Initiative

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

    AAS-in-Asia 2020 (online) 

    Presentation date: 2020.09

    Event date:
    2020.09
     
     
  • Is Lending ODA Worsening "Debt Trap" in Developing Countrie?

    Takeshi Daimon-Sato

    Japan Association for International Development (online) 

    Presentation date: 2020.06

  • China-Japan Policy Cooperation Under COVID-19: Urgent Proposals

    Japan Association for Asian Studies (online) 

    Presentation date: 2020.06

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    2020.06
     
     
  • Law and Gender Inequality in Muslim Countries: A Case Study of Jordan

    Takeshi Daimon

    Asia-Pacific Conference on Engineering and Applied Science 

    Presentation date: 2019.12

    Event date:
    2019.12
     
     
  • Evaluation and Monitoring Public Infrastructure : Japanese Experience

    Takeshi Daimon  [Invited]

    Seminar on Public Infrastructure  (Seoul) 

    Presentation date: 2019.11

  • Spatial Dimension of Conflict: Case of Tunisia

    Takeshi Daimon

    JASID-JAHSS  JASID-JAHSS

    Presentation date: 2019.11

  • PKU-Waseda Research Workshop

    Takeshi Daimon  [Invited]

    PKU-Waseda University Public Symposium  PKU-Waseda

    Presentation date: 2019.11

  • Implications for Peacbuding by Prof. Nishikawa's Approach: Comparative Analysis with Prof. Amartya Sen

    Takeshi Ddaimon  [Invited]

    Economic Association of Franco-Japon 

    Presentation date: 2019.10

  • Development Policy Lending and Its Effectiveness – Japanese Experience

    Takeshi Daimon  [Invited]

    Association for Asian Studies in Bangkok  (Bangkok)  Association for Asian Studies

    Presentation date: 2019.07

  • Budget Reform in France and Policy Evaluation: Case of Official Development Assistance

    Takeshi Daimon

    Japan Public Finance Association  (Meiji University)  Japan Public Finance Association

    Presentation date: 2007.10

  • Effectiveness of Peacebuilding Assitance: Cross-Country Perspective

    Takeshi Daimon

    Annual Conference  (University of Tokyo)  JASID

    Presentation date: 2006.11

  • Examining Institutional Reform Capacity of Official Aid: Case of An Oppressive Regim in Myanmar

    Takeshi Daimon

    Annual Conference  (Kobe University)  JASID

    Presentation date: 2005.11

  • Economic Development and Democratization: Case of An Oppresive Regime in Myanmar

    Takeshi Daimon

    Annual Conference  (University of Tokyo) 

    Presentation date: 2005.11

  • How to explain internal cosistencies among evaluation of co-financing projects?

    Takeshi Daimon

    Annual Conference  (APU)  Japan Evaluation Society

    Presentation date: 2002.12

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Specific Research

  • メコン河流域内人口移動の空間的相関と域内セーフティネット構想の研究

    2021   内海 悠二, 萬行 英二 , 北野 尚宏

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    メコン河流域諸国間のインフラ整備により拡大した物的・人的接続性に伴い活発化した越境移民が、疫病・失業等の地域的に偏在するリスクの多寡に影響を受け居住パターンを形成することを地理情報として可視化し、空間情報を踏まえた制度インフラを構築できないかを探求した。人口動態の空間的把握を行いながら、セーフティネットの制度面を拡充するという構想について検討した。越境移民が抱えるリスクを空間情報として可視化し、リスクを軽減するための構想を描くこと、さらには構想を推し進めるための法制度や財政支出、対外援助の現状や域内セーフティネットの将来像を描くことを目指した。

  • 法と経済の不一致と宗教の役割:イスラム圏における働き方改革はなぜ失敗するか

    2020  

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    チュニジアにおける法と経済の関連性・不一致の問題について検討を行った。宗教の役割についても,複数回研究会を行うなど研究を深めることができた。労働市場における性格差の問題につて焦点をあてつつも,関連テーマで獲得した科研費(萌芽研究(挑戦))での研究との連携も行いつつ,多角的な分析を行った。研究成果は,日仏経済学会(オンライン),パキスタン経済・経営学会(オンライン),及び政治経済学会(オンライン)で発表し,チュニジアにおける労働紛争(労働紛争,ストライキを含む)のメカニズムを法と経済の観点から統計分析し,日仏経済学会誌(Bulletin)に投稿し査読付論文として公刊されることとなった。

  • イスラム圏の法と経済―法のジェンダー平等化効果に関する比較研究

    2019  

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    本研究では、近代的法制度の整備が伝統的社会規範ないし宗教的戒律を乗り越えることができるかを、イスラム教が多数を占める国に焦点を当て、定量的・定性的に分析することで、開発経済(経済発展)における法の役割について解き明かすことを目的としたものである。具体的には、中東・北アフリカからチュニジア、東南アジアからインドネシアをケーススタディとして現地調査し、結果を内外の学会・ジャーナルで発表した。

  • イスラム圏の法と経済―法のジェンダー平等化効果に関する比較研究

    2019  

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    本研究では、近代的法制度の整備が伝統的社会規範ないし宗教的戒律を乗り越えることができるかを、イスラム教が多数を占める国に焦点を当て、定量的・定性的に分析することで、開発経済(経済発展)における法の役割について解き明かすことを目的としたものである。具体的には、中東・北アフリカからチュニジア、東南アジアからインドネシアをケーススタディとして現地調査し、結果を内外の学会・ジャーナルで発表した。

  • ビジネスで貧困層は救えるか―インドBOPビジネスに関する実証研究と理論化の試み

    2014  

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    本学 総合研究機構が発行する「プロジェクト研究」に投稿したほか、成果を国際開発学会にて発表した。

  • 経済開発におけるガバナンスと法制度支援の有効性に関する実証研究:ミャンマーの事例

    2014  

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    成果を学内シンポジウム(外務省主催)にて発表し、英訳版を学会誌(インド戦略研究所編集)に投稿した

  • 経済システムのグローバル化が公共経営に与える影響:日米欧比較研究

    2005  

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    前年度の研究を継承し、フランス、米国、オーストラリアをはじめとして他国と比較を行った。フランスには2005.6、米国には2005.7、オーストラリアには2006.1に現地出張した。・・・・・・・・・・・本調査は2001年新予算法以降の政策評価に関するフランスの取り組みについて文献と現地調査を実施したものである。欧州が拡大し、結束を強めていく中で、フランス社会がかつてない変化を遂げている。それはあたかも「フランスがヨーロッパに飲み込まれていく」かの印象である。その変化が、日常生活のレベルでも、社会経済のレベルでも着実に進行している。政治面では、王権的な大統領とエリート行政官に支えられてきたフランス共和制の土台が根底から揺らいでいる。経済面では、米国流資本主義でもない、ソ連流統制経済でもない、独特の「混合経済」を標榜してきた経済が消費者中心の経済システムへと大きな変化を遂げている。こうした変化はフランスの国家体制のありかたそのものを問い直す結果となっているといってよい。本研究ではフランスで現在進行中の予算制度改革を取り上げ、欧州統合を契機とする経済システムの国際標準化が国内行政制度にどのような変化をもたらしているかを明らか委にしたい。次節以下において一連の予算制度改革で中心的役割を果たしている、「2001年8月1日財政法関連組織法」(la loi organique relative aux lois de finance du 1er août 2001)(略称LOLF)が成立した国際的背景、具体的内容と2005年度予算への適用例を概観するものである。

  • 2001年新予算法以降の政策評価に関するフランスの取り組みについて

    2004  

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    本調査は2001年新予算法以降の政策評価に関するフランスの取り組みについて文献と現地調査を実施したものである。現地調査は2005年1月に実施し、研究成果は概要以下の通り。欧州が拡大し、結束を強めていく中で、フランス社会がかつてない変化を遂げている。それはあたかも「フランスがヨーロッパに飲み込まれていく」かの印象である。その変化が、日常生活のレベルでも、社会経済のレベルでも着実に進行している。政治面では、王権的な大統領とエリート行政官に支えられてきたフランス共和制の土台が根底から揺らいでいる。経済面では、米国流資本主義でもない、ソ連流統制経済でもない、独特の「混合経済」を標榜してきた経済が消費者中心の経済システムへと大きな変化を遂げている。こうした変化はフランスの国家体制のありかたそのものを問い直す結果となっているといってよい。本研究ではフランスで現在進行中の予算制度改革を取り上げ、欧州統合を契機とする経済システムの国際標準化が国内行政制度にどのような変化をもたらしているかを明らか委にしたい。次節以下において一連の予算制度改革で中心的役割を果たしている、「2001年8月1日財政法関連組織法」(la loi organique relative aux lois de finance du 1er août 2001)(略称LOLF)が成立した国際的背景、具体的内容と2005年度予算への適用例を概観するものである。

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Overseas Activities

  • 開発経済における民間企業の役割(インドの事例)

    2015.09
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    2017.08

    インド   デリー大学

  • 南アジア経済圏の形成とインドの役割

    2010.04
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    2010.09

    インド   デリー大学

 

Syllabus

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Committee Memberships

  • 2021.08
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    Now

    Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Japan)  Chief Evaluation Expert / Malawi Country Evaluation

  • 2010.09
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    Now

    Japan Economic Research Institute  Board Member

  • 2010.06
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    Now

    Ministry of Finance (Japan)  Seminar Lecturer

  • 2005.04
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    2006.03

    JETRO - Institute of Development Economies  Research Committee Member - Poverty Alleviation Through Labor

  • 2005.04
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    2006.03

    Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Japan)  Committee Member: ODA Evaluation of Poverty Alleviation Programs