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Shiro Kodamaya

Professor

Research and Publications

Fields

Area Studies (African Studies); Development Studies; Rural change in Eastern and Southern Africa

Current research topics

socio-economic changes in rural Africa; impact of economic liberalization and democratization; state and society in Africa; markets and society in Africa

Publications

Journal articles

・“Maize Marketing and Price Changes after Economic Liberalization in Zambia”, Takane, Tsutomu (ed.), Agricultural Marketing in Asia and Africa., Chapter 2 , 87-126, Institute of Developing Economies, Chiba, 2003.3
(in Japanese)

Teaching

Graduate theses supervised

Shiro Kodamaya was the principal supervisor for these theses. Theses written in English are marked with an asterisk.

Master theses
  • JAPANESE STYLE MICRO-FINANCE: ITS POSSIBILITY TO ALLEVIATE POVERTY IN JAPAN (2011.2)
  • A NOTE ON FAIR TRADE: TRENDS OF SOUTHAN PRODUCER ASSISTANCE THROUGH THE MARKET (2011.2)
  • Elementary and secondary education by MNEs: The case of Kumon globalizing through collaboration (2010.2)
  • A Study of Democratic Governance and Civil Society in Decentralized Indonesia (2010.2)
  • Child Soldiers - A Case of Karen Volunteer Soldiers - (2009.2)
  • Coffee Tourism in Ethiopia: Cultural Uses and the Regeneration of Indigenous Resources for Rural Development * (2009.2)
  • The impact of peacebuilding on local communities in post-conflict Cambodia: case studies of reintegration of refugees and ex-combatants (2008.2)
  • Consideration for retailer of second hand clothing in Kenya: case study of Gikonba market in Nirobi (2008.2)
  • Migration in the south pacific and the Migrant community : will remittance sustain (2006.2)
  • Aiding security sector reform: Challenges of institutionalizing democratization through police reform in post-conflict countries* (2005.2)
  • Syphilis and AIDS in Uganda: Representation and policies (2005.2)
  • The urban poor under globalization and self-support projects: The perspectives of Delhi-based NGOs and the experiences of folk performers (2005.2)
  • The potential for constructing learning processes among participants in study tours: The case of overseas development NGOs and universities. (2005.2)
  • Combining core human rights theory and the rights-based approach to development: The case of right of access to primary education in Cambodia (2005.2)
  • Lessons of participatory development: From individual learning to organizational learning (2004.2)
  • State-Society Relations in Kenya: Access to State Resources & Ethnicity as Determinants of Political Behaviors* (2003.2)

Contact


2-1 Naka, Kunitachi, Tokyo 186-8601, Japan. Tel: +81-42-580-9098
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