Updated on 2022/05/25

写真a

 
INATA, Kana
 
Affiliation
Affiliated organization, Waseda Institute for Advanced Study
Job title
Assistant Professor(non-tenure-track)

Concurrent Post

  • Faculty of Political Science and Economics   School of Political Science and Economics

  • Faculty of Political Science and Economics   Graduate School of Political Science

Education

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    2019

    University of Essex   Department of Government  

Degree

  • 早稲田大学   修士(政治学)

  • University of Essex   博士(政治学)

Research Experience

  • 2021.04
    -
    Now

    Waseda University   Institue for Advanced Study

  • 2019.09
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    2021.03

    Waseda University

  • 2018.04
    -
    2019.08

    Waseda University   Faculty of Political Science and Economics

Professional Memberships

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    European Political Science Association

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    American Political Science Association

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    Midwest Political Science Association

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    JAPAN ASSOCIATION FOR COMPARATIVE POLITICS

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    Public Choice Society

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    International Studies Association

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    JAPANESE POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION

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Research Areas

  • Politics   比較政治学、国際関係論

Research Interests

  • Political institution

  • Thai politics

  • Game-theoretic analysis

  • Monarchy

  • Protest

  • Democratization

  • Comparative politics

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Papers

  • Is political engagement by constitutional monarchs compatible with democracy?

    Kana Inata

    Asian Journal of Comparative Politics     205789112199169 - 205789112199169  2021  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Lead author

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    Constitutional monarchies have proved to be resilient, and some have made substantive political interventions even though their positions are mostly hereditary, without granted constitutional channels to do so. This article examines how constitutional monarchs can influence political affairs and what impact royal intervention can have on politics. I argue that constitutional monarchs affect politics indirectly by influencing the preferences of the public who have de jure power to influence political leaders. The analyses herein show that constitutional monarchs do not indiscriminately intervene in politics, but their decisions to intervene reflect the public’s preferences. First, constitutional monarchs with little public approval become self-restraining and do not attempt to assert their political preferences. Second, they are more likely to intervene in politics when the public is less satisfied about the incumbent government. These findings are illustrated with historical narratives regarding the political involvement of King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand in the 2000s.

    DOI

  • Power-Sharing Negotiation and Commitment in Monarchies

    Public Choice   187   501 - 518  2021  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Lead author

  • Protest, Counter-Protest, and Organisational Diversification of Protest Groups

    Kana Inata

    Conflict Management and Peace Science   38 ( 4 ) 434 - 456  2021  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Lead author

Misc

  • Why do mass protests fail?

    Kana Inata

    Political Violence at a Glance    2022.01

    Authorship:Lead author

  • Thai protesters don't like what the king and government are doing. Can they make them change?

    Inata, Kana

    Washington Post, Monkey Cage    2021.05

    Authorship:Lead author

Awards

  • Glenn Palmer Prize

    2022   Peace Science Society (Internatioanl)  

  • 海外留学支援制度(大学院学位取得型)

    2017   日本学生支援機構  

    Winner: 稲田 奏

  • 日本人大学院生奨学金

    2015   経団連国際教育交流財団  

    Winner: 稲田 奏

  • 奨学生

    2013   山根奨学基金  

    Winner: 稲田 奏

  • 小野梓奨学金

    2012   早稲田大学  

    Winner: 稲田 奏

Research Projects

  • International Collaborative Research on Democratic Regress, Renewal, and Resilience

    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 :

    2021.10
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    2026.03
     

  • 選挙ボイコットに関する実証・数理分析

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金 若手研究

    Project Year :

    2022.04
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    2025.03
     

  • 社会運動における資源動員効果の再検討

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金 若手研究

    Project Year :

    2019
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    2021
     

    稲田 奏

  • Protests for Leadership Change in the Shadow of Threat by Third-Party Actors in New Democracies

    早稲田大学  特定課題研究助成費

    Project Year :

    2018.06
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    2019.03
     

    稲田 奏

Presentations

  • Is Political Engagement by Constitutional Monarchs Compatible with Democracy?

     [Invited]

    日本比較政治学会 

    Presentation date: 2021.06

  • Protest Size, Interventionist, and Leadership Change: Model and Narratives from Thailand

     [Invited]

    V-Dem Workshop on Contentious Politics in Asia 

    Presentation date: 2020.11

  • Violence or Nonviolence: Campaign Tactics, Government Responsiveness, and Domestic Audiences

    Kana Inata, Wakako Maekawa  [Invited]

    5th Waseda ORIS International Symposium for Junior Researchers 

    Presentation date: 2020.01

  • Power-Sharing Negotiation and Commitment in Monarchies

    The Summer Meeting of the Japanese Society for Quantitative Political Science 

    Presentation date: 2019.07

  • When There is No Strength in Numbers: Protest Size, Interventionist, and Leadership Change

    KANA INATA

    Presentation date: 2019.06

  • Protest, Counter-Protest, and Endogenous Institutionalisation of Protest Groups

    KANA INATA

    Presentation date: 2019.03

  • Violence or Nonviolence: Campaign Tactics, Government Responsiveness, and Domestic Audiences

    KANA INATA

    Waseda-Essex Scientific PoliSci/IR Collaboration and Exchange 

    Presentation date: 2018.09

  • Violence or Nonviolence: Campaign Tactics, Government Responsiveness, and Domestic Audiences

    KANA INATA

    American Political Science Association 

    Presentation date: 2018.09

  • Protests for Leadership Change in the Shadow of Threat by Third-Party Actors in New Democracies

    KANA INATA

    Midwest Political Science Association 

    Presentation date: 2018.04

  • Violence or Nonviolence: Campaign Tactics, Government Responsiveness, and Domestic Audiences

    KANA INATA

    International Studies Association 

    Presentation date: 2018.04

  • Violence or Nonviolence: Campaign Tactics, Government Responsiveness, and Domestic Audiences

    KANA INATA

    PhD Workshop at the Michael Nicholson Centre for Conflict and Cooperation 

    Presentation date: 2017.12

  • Protest, Counter-Protest, and Endogenous Institutionalisation of Protest Groups

    KANA INATA  [Invited]

    Presentation date: 2017.08

  • Protest, Counter-Protest, and Endogenous Institutionalisation of Protest Groups

    KANA INATA

    European Political Science Association 

    Presentation date: 2017.06

  • Should a Constitutional Monarchy be Abolished? Model and Narratives from Britain, France, and Japan

    KANA INATA

    Midwest Political Science Association 

    Presentation date: 2017.04

  • Bargaining before Two Audiences in Social Protests

    KANA INATA

    Essex-Kobe Workshop on International Relations 

    Presentation date: 2016.11

  • The Political Economy of Constitutional Monarchy

    KANA INATA

    European Political Science Association 

    Presentation date: 2016.06

  • A Game-Theoretic Model of the 2006 Coup in Thailand

    KANA INATA

    Presentation date: 2015.06

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Specific Research

  • 社会運動における資源動員効果の再検討

    2021  

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    共著と単著の成果をそれぞれ海外査読誌に投稿した。過去に公刊した論文をもとにした記事を、Political Violence at a Glanceに寄稿した。

  • 社会運動における資源動員効果の再検討

    2020   前川和歌子

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    本研究は、社会運動における資源動員の効果を再検討することを目的とする。2020年度は、暴力運動と非暴力運動の成否は、運動団体による資源動員の程度に本当に依存するのかという問いについて、共同研究者とともに実証研究を行った。本研究の成果は、The 5th Waseda ORIS International Symposium for Junior Rsearchersで報告し、海外査読誌へ投稿した。

  • 社会運動における資源動員効果の再検討

    2020  

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    本研究は次の二つの問いを提起して、社会運動における資源動員の効果を再検討する。すなわち、①なぜ大規模な社会運動が時に政府による譲歩を獲得できず、むしろ小規模な社会運動が大きな政治変革をもたらすことがあるのか、②所有する全資源を政府に対する妨害行動に費やすことで政府に対する脅しの信憑性を最大化できるはずであるのに、なぜある社会運動団体は資源の一部を自らの団体の制度化に充てるのかという問いである。本研究の成果は、海外査読誌Conflict Management and Peace Scienceへ投稿した。

  • Protests for Leadership Change in the Shadow of Third-Party Actors' Threat

    2018  

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    本研究の目的は、第三者による介入が想定される場合、社会運動の規模が上昇するにつれて脅しとしての社会運動の効果は高まるのかという問いを理論的に検討することである。第一に、ゲーム理論を用いて、社会運動団体と政府、その二者の交渉に介入し得る第三者を加味した数理モデルを作成し、第三者の選好が交渉結果にどのように影響を与えるのかを理論的に分析した。第二に、数理分析から得られた示唆の経験的妥当性を示すために、タイにおいて発生した3つの社会運動を取り上げ、事例分析を行った。成果は2018年4月にMidwestPolitical Science Associationの年次大会で報告済みで、2018年12月にComparative Political Studiesに投稿した。

 

Syllabus

Teaching Experience

  • Research Methods in Political Science (Formal Models)

    Waseda University, Graduate School of Political Science  

    2021
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    Now
     

  • 比較政治基礎文献研究(英語)

    早稲田大学政治経済学部  

    2019
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    Now
     

  • Introduction to Political Science Analysis

    Waseda University  

    2018
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    2020
     

  • Research Methods in Political Science (Formal Models)

    Waseda University  

    2015
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  • Data Analysis

    Waseda University  

    2014
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  • Introduction to Empirical Anlysis

    Waseda University  

    2014
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  • Service Learning Advanced

    International Christian University  

    2013
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