Yoichi Mine

 

 

 

 

Educational Background:

1987  BA (History), Faculty of Letters, Kyoto University

1989  MA (Development Economics), Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University

1993      Course works for doctorate finished (Development Economics), Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University

 

Academic and Professional Career:

1993 – 1996        Full-time lecture, College of International Relations, Chubu University

1996 – 2002        Associate Proessor, College of International Relations, Chubu University

1998 – 2000        Adjunct Professor, Department of Politics, Stellenbosch University, Republic of South Africa

2002 – 2006       Professor, Faculty of International Relations, Chubu University

2006 – 2010        Associate Professor, Graduate School of Human Sciences, Osaka University

2009-Present     Visiting Fellow, JICA Research Institute

2010-2012     Visiting Professor, Center of Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University

2010-Present   Professor, Graduate School of Global Studies, Doshisha University

 

Field of Specialization:   African Studies, Human Security Studies

 

Role of the Project:   Political Economy of South Africa

 

Main Publications:

Afurica kara manabu [Learning from Africa], ed. by Mine et al., Yuhikaku, 463 pages, 2010

Minami Afurica wo siru tame no 60 sho [60 Chapters to Know South Africa],” ed. by Mine, Akashi-Shoten, 368 pages, 2010

Seizon Kiban Sisu Ningen Kaihatsu Shisu wo koete [The Humanosphere Potentiality Index: Beyond the Human Development Index],” ed. by Mine et al., Kyoto University Press, 291 pages, 2012

Preventing Violent Conflict in Africa, ed. by Mine et al., Palgrave, 307 pages, 2013.