Founders

The following professors contributed in the foundation of the Inclusive Society and State Program in April 2018.

Prof. Atsuko Ohashi (ohashi@gsid.nagoya-u.ac.jp)

Interested research topics: Changing society and women, Socio-economic and cultural changes under globalization and development

Lectures: Development and Socio-Cultural Change (spring semester), Changing Society and Women (fall semester)

Prof. Takeshi Higashimura (higashimura@gsid.nagoya-u.ac.jp)

Interested research topics: Multi-ethnic society, International labor migration

Lectures: Multi-Ethnic Society (spring semester), International Labor Migration (fall semester)

Prof. Yuzuru Shimada (shimada@gsid.nagoya-u.ac.jp)

Interested research topics: Law and development study, Law and society in Southeast Asia, Constitutional politics in Southeast Asia, Relation between formal law and informal law

Lectures: Law and Development (spring semester), Law and Society in Asia (fall semester)

Assoc. Prof. Wataru Kusaka (kusaka@gsid.nagoya-u.ac.jp)

Interested research topics: Everyday politics of the marginalized, Southeast asian politics

Lectures: Development and Justice (spring semester), Politics in Developing Countries (fall semester)

Assoc. Prof. Isamu Okada (isamuokada@gsid.nagoya-u.ac.jp)

Interested research topics: Natural resource politics in developing countries, Social movement and political participation, Institutionalism and policy-making process, Latin American politics, Social science methodology on causal inference

Lectures: Comparative Methods (spring semester), Political Institution Theory (fall semester, every two years), Latin American Development Experience (fall semester, every two years)