Satoru Kumagai

 

 

 

Educational Background:

1994   B.A., Policy Management, Keio University

1996   Master, Policy and Media, Keio University

2004   M.Sc., Global Market Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science

 

Academic and Professional Career:

Apr.1996     Economic Development Research Project Team, IDE (Institute of Developing Economies)

Apr.1999    Area Studies Department I, IDE

Aug.2002-Aug.2004    Research Fellow, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Oct.2004        Inter-disciplinary Studies Center, IDE

Apr.2009-Mar.2010        Deputy Director, Economic Integration Studies Group,
Inter-disciplinary Studies Center, IDE

Apr.2010-Apr.2013       Director, Economic Integration Studies Group,
Inter-disciplinary Studies Center, IDE

Apr.2013 -Present          IDE Research Fellow Abroad (Kuala Lumpur)

 

 

Field of Specialization:     International Trade, Malaysian Economy, Regional Trade in East Asia

 

Role in the Project:     Malaysian Studies (Economics)

 

 

Main Publications:

“Structure and Determinants of Intra-regional Trade in East Asia,” in Fujita, Kumagai and Nishikimi, eds., Economics Integration in East Asia: Perspectives from Spatial and Neoclassical Economics, Edward Elgar, 173-202, 2008.

“Geographical Simulation Model: Data-based Approach to the Trade and Transport Facilitation Measures in East Asia,” The Indonesian Quarterly, 38(4), 434-448, 2010.

“History of De Facto Economic Integration in East Asia,” in Fujita, Kuroiwa and Kumagai, eds., The Economics of East Asian Integration: A Comprehensive Introduction to Regional Issues, Edward Elgar, 15-50, 2011.

“Boeki ketsugo-do no tekisetsuna oyo ni tsuite no kosatsu” [Examining the Proper Application of Trade Intensity Index], Asia Keizai, Vol. 53 (3), 57-68, 2012.