Name

INOUE, Makoto

Official Title

Professor

Affiliation

(School of Human Sciences)

Contact Information

Mail Address

Mail Address
makinoue@waseda.jp

Address・Phone Number・Fax Number

Address
2-579-15 Mikajima, Tokorozawa city, Saitama, 359-1192, Japan

URL

Web Page URL

https://inouesemi-waseda.jimdo.com(Web-site of Inoue Seminar)

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Makoto_Inoue8(Research Gate)

https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=35322542800(SCOPUS ID)

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Researcher Number
10232555
ORCID ID
http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6625-7293

Sub-affiliation

Sub-affiliation

Faculty of Human Sciences(e-School (Internet Degree Program), School of Human Sciences)

Faculty of Human Sciences(Graduate School of Human Sciences)

Educational background・Degree

Educational background

1976/04 -1979/03 Kofu First High School
1979/04 -1983/03 The University of Tokyo

Degree

Ph.D. in Agriculture The University of Tokyo

Career

1983/04-1987/04Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, JapanForest Management DivisionResearch staff
1987/04-1989/12Tropical Forest Research Center, Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture (Samarinda, Province of East Kalimantan)Research staff (JICA long-term expert)
1990/01-1991/03Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, JapanForest Management DivisionResearch staff
1991/04-1995/10The University of TokyoFaculty of AgricultureAssistant Professor
1995/11-1996/03The University of TokyoFaculty of AgricultureAssociate Professor
1996/04-2004/08The University of TokyoGraduate School of Agricultural and Life SciencesAssociate Professor
2004/08-2017/03The University of TokyoGraduate School of Agricultural and Life SciencesProfessor
2017/04-Waseda UniversityFaculty of Human SciencesProfessor

Academic Society Joined

The Japanese Association for Environmental Sociology President (June 2019-  ), Director,

Society for Environmental Economics and Policy Studies Vice President (April 2018- ), Director

The International Association for the Study of the Commons Elected council member

Waseda Society of Cultural Anthropology Director

The Japan Society of Tropical Ecology Council member

The Japanese Forest Economic Society

The Japanese Forest Society Director and Council member

Japan Association for Malaysian Studies Member of a steering committee

The Japan Society For International Development

The Society for Ecological Anthropology

The Japanese Society for Cultural Anthropology

The Society of Biosophia Studies

The Japan Sociological Society

Japanese Society for Science and Technology Studies

Japanese Association for Social Reseaech

OfficerCareer(Outside the campus)

2017/08-2018/08Taylor & FrancisAssociate Editor of "Society & Natural Resources(SNR)"
2017/03-Hasanuddin UniversityEditorial Board Member of "Forest and Society"
2013/07-ElsevierEditorial Board Member of"Forest Policy and Economics"
2011/05-Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (IIMK)Editorial Board Member of "IIMK Kozhikode Society & Management Review"

Others Basic Information

Hobby: Karate-do (5th Dan of Wado-kai/ Instructor of Wado-kai/ 4th Dan of Japan Karatedo Federation/ Instructor of Japan Sports Association)

Research Field

Keywords

indigenous people,livelihood,commons,governance,forest

Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research classification

Environmental science / Sustainable and environmental system development / Environmental policy and social systems

Humanities/ Social sciences / Area studies / Area studies

Agricultural sciences / Forest and forest products science / Forest science

Paper

Current Social Problems in Japan and Its Implication for the Studies of the Commons

Makoto Inoue

The Commons Digest 21p.17-192019-

link

The Importance of Social Learning for the Development of Community Based Forest Management in Indonesia: The Case of Community Forestry in Lampung Province.

Christine Wulandari and Makoto Inoue

Small-scale Forestry Peer Review Yes 17, 3p.361-3762018/09-

DOI

Fuel wood trees in marginal small holder tea plantations in Sri Lanka: Stakeholder’s perception

Indika Palihakkara and Makoto Inoue

Procedia Engineering Peer Review Yes 212p.1211-12162018-

DOI

How do swiddeners organize small groups and react to exogenous development? A case study of the Bahau in East Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Naoko Takata and Makoto Inoue

TROPICS Peer Review Yes 26, 3p.83-972017/12-

DOI

Social Capital in Mangrove Management: A Case Study in Lampung Province, Indonesia.

Rommy Qurniati, Wahyu Hidayat, Hari Kaskoyo, Firdasari and Makoto Inoue

Journal of Forest and Environmental Science Peer Review Yes 33, 1p.8-212017/02-

DOI

Impact of community forest program in protection forest on livelihood outcomes: A case study of Lampung Province, Indonesia

Hari Kaskoyo, AbrarJuhar Mohammed and Makoto Inoue

Journal of Sustainable Forestry Peer Review Yes Published online2017/02-

DOI

Forest management strategies and adaptation to climate change: Experiences from South Asia.

Mangala De Zoysa and Makoto Inoue

Climate Change Peer Review Yes 3, 9p.38-642017/01-

Identifying salient forest SES attributes for sustainability: A multi-country study

Abrar Juhar Mohammed and Makoto Inoue

Land Use Policy Peer Review Yes 60p.197-2052017-

DOI

Vulnerability of Community-Based Forest Management to Climate Variability and Extremes: Emerging Insights on the Contribution of REDD+

Rose Jane J. Peras, Juan M. Pulhin, and Makoto Inoue

Small-scale Forestry Peer Review Yes Published online2016/10-

DOI

The Sustainable Livelihood Challenge of REDD+ Implementation in the Philippines.

Rose Jane Peras, Juan Pulhin, Makoto Inoue, Abrar Jurar Mohammed, Kazuhiro Harada and Masatoshi Sasaoka

Environment and Natural Resources Research Peer Review Yes 6, 3p.91-1052016/09-

DOI

Community Use Zone (CUZ) Model and Its Outcome in Malaysia: Case Study from Crocker Range Park, Sabah.

Peter Voo, Abrar J. Mohammed, and Makoto Inoue

Journal of Management and Sustainability Peer Review Yes 6, 3p.25-332016/08-

DOI

Climate Change and Community Forestry in Sri Lanka: Policy Adoption, Popular Participation, Climate Adaptation and Rural Development.

Mangala De Zoysa and Makoto Inoue

International Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and Plantation Peer Review Yes 2p.240-1512016/02-

Farmers’ Woodlots Management and Sustainable Livelihood Development: A Case Study
in Southern Sri Lanka

Mangala De Zoysa and Makoto Inoue

Environment and Ecology Research Peer Review Yes 4, 2p.85-952016-

DOI

Understanding REDD+ with Actor-Centered Powe approach: A review

Abrar Juhar Mohammed and Makoto Inoue

Journal of Biodiversity Management & Forestry Peer Review Yes 5, 1p.1-82016-

DOI

Analysis of National Forest Programs for REDD+ Implementation in six South and Southeast Asia countries.

Abrar J. Mohammed, Makoto Inoue, Ganesh P. Shivakoti, Tapan K. Nath, Mohammed Jashimuddin, Mangala De-Zoysa, Hari Kaskoyo, Juan M. Pulhin, Rose J. Peras

Forest Systems Peer Review Yes 25, 2p.online2016-

DOI

Historical change in the traditional use of forests and its association with belief in tiger spirits in the Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia: The impact of war and wildlife trade on the relationship between humans and tigers.

Hiroyuki Ishibashi, Makokto Inoue, and Motomu Tanaka

TROPICS Peer Review Yes 24, 3p.119-1382015/12-

DOI

Transformation Strategy for Managing Coupled Socio-Ecological Systems: Case Studies from Bangladesh and the Philippines

Abrar Juhar Mohammed, Makoto Inoue, Rose Jane Peras, Tapan Kumar Nath, Mohammed Jashimuddin, and Juan M. Pulhin

Small-scale Forestry Peer Review Yes online2015/12-

DOI

Prospect of Fuelwood Plantations for Marginal Small Tea Farmers: A Case Study in Matara and Badulla Districts, Sri Lanka

Indika Rohan Plaihakkara, Abrar J. Mohammed, Ganesh P. Shivakoti, Makoto Inoue

Natural Resources Peer Review Yes 6p.566-5762015/12-

DOI

Out-migrants and Local Institutions: Case Study of a Depopulated Mountain Village in Japan

Mika Okubo, Abrar Juhar Mohammed, and Makoto Inoue,

Asian Culture and History Peer Review Yes 8, 1p.Online first2015/07-

DOI

Analysing the land uses of forest-dwelling indigenous people in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh.

Abu Saleh Md. Golam Kibria, Makoto Inoue, and Tapan Kumar Nath

Agroforestry Systems Peer Review Yes 89, 4p.663-6762015/04-

DOI

Local stakeholders’ assessment of community-based forest management and the implications for REDD Plus implementation in the Philippines.

Rose Jane J. Peras, Juan Pulhin, and Makoto Inoue

Asia Life Sciences Peer Review Yes 24, 1p.349-2812015/01-

Current Livelihood Condition of and Futurity of Tea Farming for Marginal Small Tea Farm Holders (MSTH) of Sri Lanka: Case Study From Badulla and Matara District.

Indika R. Palihakkara, Abrar J. Mohammed, and Makoto Inoue

Environment and Natural Resources Research Peer Review Yes 5, 1p.11-212015/01-

DOI

Land Tenure Reform and Its Implication for the Forest.: Case Study from Oromia Regional State of Ethiopia.

Abrar Juhar Mohammed and Makoto Inoue

Journal of Forest and Environmental Science Peer Review Yes 30, 4p.393-4042014/11-

DOI

Climate Change Impacts, Agroforestry Adaptation and Policy Environment in Sri Lanka.

Mangala De Zoysa and Makoto Inoue

Open Journal of Forestry Peer Review Yes 4p.439-4562014/10-

DOI

Community Forestry in Nepal’s Terai Region: Local resource dependency and perception on institutional attributes.

KC Birendra, Abrar J. Mohammod, and Makoto Inoue

Environment and Natural Resources Research Peer Review Yes 4, 4p.142-1542014/09-

Contribution of Homestead Forests to Rural Economy and Climate Change Mitigation: A Study from the Ecologically Critical Area of Cox’s Bazar—Teknaf Peninsula, Bangladesh

Tapan Kumar Nath, Nasim Aziz, Makoto Inoue

Small-scale Forestry Peer Review Yes Published online2014/07-

DOI

Contributions of Company-Community Forestry Partnerships (PHBM) to the Livelihoods of Participants in Java, Indonesia: A Case Study in Madiun, East Java.

Yasuhiro YOKOTA, Kazuhiro HARADA, ROHMAN, Nur Oktalina SILVI, WIYONO, Motomu TANAKA and Makoto INOUE

JARQ (Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly) Peer Review Yes 48, 3p.363–3772014/07-

DOI

Is recentralization really dominant?: The role of frontline foresters for institutional arrangement in the Philippines

Ayumi Sugimoto, Juan M. Pulhin, and Makoto Inoue

Small-scale Forestry Peer Review Yes 13, 2p.183-2002014/06-

DOI

Forest Villagers in Northeastern Hill Forests of Bangladesh: Examining Their Livelihoods, Livelihood Strategies and Forest Conservation Linkages

Tapan Kumar Nath and Makoto Inoue

Small-scale Forestry Peer Review Yes 13, 2p.201-2172014/06-

DOI

Implication for Designing a REDD+ Program in a Frontier of Oil Palm Plantation Development: Evidence in East Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Daisuke Terauchi, Ndan Imang, Martinus Nanang, Masayuki Kawai, Mustofa Agung Sardjono, Fadjar Pambudhi, Makoto Inoue

Open Journal of Forestry Peer Review Yes 4, 3p.259-2772014/04-

DOI

A Modified Actor-Power-Accountability Framework (MAPAF) for analyzing decentralized forest governance: Case study from Ethiopia.

Abrar Juhar Mohammed & Makoto Inoue

Journal of Environmental Management Peer Review Yes 139p.188-1992014/03-

DOI

Present State of Community Forestry (Hutan Kemasyarakatan/HKm) Program in a Protection Forest and Its Challenges: Case Study in Lampung Province, Indonesia

Hari Kaskoyo, Abrar Juhar Mohammed, and Makoto Inoue,

Journal of Forest Science Peer Review Yes 30, 1p.15-292014/02-

Effects of participatory forest management on livelihood capitals of the community in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh

Abu Saleh Md. Golam Kibria, Mohammed Jashimuddin, and Inoue Makoto

Journal of Forest Research Peer Review Yes 19, 1p.42-512014-

DOI

Implications of local peoples’ preferences in terms of income source and land use for Indonesia’s national REDD-plus policy: Evidence in East Kalimantan, Indonesia

Makoto Inoue, Masayuki Kawai, Ndan Imang, Daisuke Terauchi, Fadjar Pambudhi, and Mustofa Agung Sardjono

Int. J. of Environment and Sustainable Development Peer Review Yes 12, 3p.244-2632013/06-

Valuing forest ecosystem services: What we know and what we don’t.

K.N.Ninan and Makoto Inoue

Ecological Economics Peer Review Yes 93p.137-1492013/06-

Forest-dependent communities’ livelihood in decentralized forest governance policy epoch: case study from West Shoa zone, Ethiopia

Abrar Juhar Mohammed & Makoto Inoue

Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research Peer Review Yes Published online2013/05-

DOI

Small-Scale Rubber Planting for Enhancement of People’s Livelihood: A Comparative Study in Three South Asian Countries

Tapan K. Nath, MakotoInoue, and Mangala De Zoysa

Society & Natural Resources Peer Review Yes 26p.1066–10812013/05-

DOI

Factors affecting participation of user group members: comparative studies on two types of community forestry in the Dry Zone, Myanmar

Ei Ei Swe Hlaing and Makoto Inoue

Journal of Forest Research Peer Review Yes 18, 1p.60-722013/02-

DOI

Collective Forest Management System in Japan: a Case Study in Osawa Property Ward Forest

Mangala Premakumara De Zoysa1, Makoto Inoue, Utako Yamashita and Okuda Hironori

Journal of Forest Science Peer Review Yes 29,1p.58-702013/02-

DOI

Valuing forest ecosystem services: Case study of a forest reserve in Japan.

K.N. Ninan and Makoto Inoue

Ecosystem Servives Peer Review Yes 5p.e78-e872013/02-

DOI

Measurement and evaluation of livelihood assets in sustainable forest commons governance

Haiyun Chen, Ting Zhu, Max Krott, José F. Calvob, Shivakoti P. Ganesh, Makoto Inoue

Land Use Policy Peer Review Yes 30, 1p.908–9142013/01-

A Property-Rights Approach to Understanding Regulations and Practices in Community-Based Forest Management: Comparison of Three Systems in the Philippines

Ei Ei Swe Hlaing, Makoto Inoue, Juan M. Pulhin

Small-scale Forestry Peer Review Yes Online first2013/01-

DOI

Evaluation of the Environmental Impacts Assessment (EIA) System in Lao PDR

Sengdeuane Wayakone and Makoto Inoue

Journal of Environmental Protection Peer Review Yes 3, 12p.1655-16702012/12-

DOI

Exploring decentralized forest management in Ethiopia using actor-power-accountability framework: case study in West Shoa zone

Abrar Juhar Mohammed and Makoto Inoue

Environment, Development and Sustainability Peer Review Yes 15, 3p.807-8252012/10-

DOI

Simple Method for the Local Stakeholders to Evaluate and Select National REDD-plus Program: A Case Study of Indonesia

Makoto Inoue

Journal of Forest Science Peer Review Yes 28, 3p.194-1982012/08-

Flexibility of coffee agroforestry with diversified shade tree composition: A case study in Panama

Natsuho Fujisawa, Motomu Tanaka, and Makoto Inoue

TROPICS Peer Review Yes 21, 2p.33-452012/08-

Management of Village Common Forests in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh: Historical Background and Current Issues in Terms of Sustainability.

Mohammed Jashimuddin and Makoto Inoue

Open Journal of Forestry Peer Review Yes 2, 3p.118-1342012/07-

DOI

Facing the Challenge of Social Forestry in Japan: The Case of Reviving Harmonious Coexistence Between Forest and People in Okayama Prefecture.

Maki Hasegawa, Juan M. Pulhin, and Makoto Inoue

Small-scale Forestry Peer Review Yes 2012/04-

DOI

Explaining disparity in outcome from community-based natural resource management (CBNRM): a case study in Chilimo Forest, Ethiopia

A. J. Mohammed and M. Inoue

Journal of Environmental Planning and Management Peer Review Yes 55, 9p.1248-12672012/03-

DOI

Contribution of community forestry in the central fry zone of Myanmar to achieving sustainable and equitable forest management

Hiromi YAMAUCHI and Makoto INOUE

TROPICS Peer Review Yes 20 (4)p.104-1132012/03-

Drawbacks of decentralized natural resource management: experience from Chilimo Participatory Forest Management project, Ethiopia

Abrar Juhar Mohammed and Makoto Inoue

Journal of Forest Research Peer Review Yes 17, 1p.30-362012/01-

How social is socially oriented forest tenure and land use change in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka?

Kulbhushan Balooni, Makoto Inoue, Tapan Kumar Nath & Mangala De Zoysa

ARI Working Paper (http://www.ari.nus.edu.sg/publication_details.asp?pubtypeid=WP&pubid=2020) Peer Review Yes 1662011/10-

Current banana distribution in the Peruvian Amazon basin, with attention to the notion of "Aquinquin" in Shipibo society

Mariko Ohashi, Toshio Meguro, Motomu Tanaka, and Makoto Inoue

TROPICS Peer Review Yes 20, 1p.25-402011/10-

The possibility and challenge of achieving sustainable rural finance by a credit union of the Dayak people: The case of the middle-upper Mahakam region in East Kalimantan, Indonesia

Masayuki Kawai and Makoto Inoue

TROPICS Peer Review Yes 19, 4p.157-1782011/09-

Resource Conservation and People Dynamics: A Review of Southeast Asian Tropical Forest Policy

Mustofa Agung Sardjono and Inoue Makoto

Ecositrop Peer Review Yes 1, 2p.166-1882011/07-

Changes in cultural ecosystems of a swidden society caused by the introduction of rubber plantation

Daisuke Terauchi and Makoto Inoue

TROPICS Peer Review Yes 19, 2p.67-832011/03-

Indigenous practicies and Socio-economics of Areca Catechu L. and Piper Betel L. Based Innovative Agroforestry in Northern Rural Bangladesh

T. K. Nath, M. Inoue, F. E. Pradhan, and M. A. Kabir

Forests, Trees, and Livelihoods Peer Review Yes 20p.175-1902011-

Impacts of Participatory Forestry on Livelihoods of Ethnic People: Experience from Bangladesh

Tapan Kumar Nath and Makoto Inoue

Society and Natural Resources Peer Review Yes 23p.1093-11072010/09-

DOI

Course or blessing? Local elites in Joint Forest Management in India's Shiwaliks.

Kulbhushan Balooni, Jens Friis Lund, Chetan Kumar, and Makoto Inoue

International Journal of the Commons Peer Review Yes 4, 2p.707-7282010/08-

"The Commons" Play an Important Role in the "Endogenous Development" of a Mountain Village: A Local Production for Local Consumption and a Beautiful Townscape in Kaneyama -town, Yamagata Prefecture

Hironori OKUDA, Makoto INOUE and Takaaki KOMAKI

Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly (JARQ) Peer Review Yes 44, 3p.311-3182010/06-

Changes in Property Rights, Forest Use and Forest Dependency of Katu Comminities in Nam Dong District, Thua Thien Hue Province, Vietnam

T.N. Thang, G.P. Shivakoti, and M. Inoue

International Forestry Review Peer Review Yes 12, 4p.307-3192010-

Formation and Function of Social Capital for Forest Resource Management and the Improved Livelihoods of Indigenous People in Bangladesh

Tapan Kmar Nath, Makoto Inoue, and Jules Pretty

Journal of Rural and Community Development Peer Review Yes 5, 3p.104-1222010-

Importance of Boundaries in Customary Resource Management under Decentralized Policies: Case Study in Indigenous Kenyah Dayak, East Kalimantan, Indonesia.

IMANG Ndan, INOUE Makoto, and SARDJONO M.A.

Journal of Forest Economics Peer Review Yes 55, 3p.35-432009/11-

Joint Forest Management in India: The Management Change Process

Kulbhushan Balooni and Makoto Inoue

IIMB Management Review Peer Review Yes 21, 1p.1-172009-

Effect of Instituting “Authorized Neighborhood Associations” on Communal (Iriai) Forest Ownership in Japan

Utako Yamashita, Kulbhushan Balooni, and Makoto Inoue

Society and Natural Resources Peer Review Yes 22p.464-4732009-

Sustainability Attributes of a Small-Scale Betel Leaf Agroforestry System: A Case Study in North-eastern Hill Forests of Bangladesh

Tapan Kumar Nath and Makoto Inoue

Small-scale Forestry Peer Review Yes 8p.289-3042009-

Forest-based settlement project and its impacts on community livelihood in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh.

T.K.Nath and M. Inoue

International Forestry Review Peer Review Yes 11, 3p. 394-4072009-

The effectiveness of decentralisation reforms in the Philippines's forestry sector

Kulbhushan Balooni, Juan M. Pulhin, and Makoto Inoue

Geoforum Peer Review Yes 39p.2122-21312008/07-

Dynamics of Devolution Process in the Management of the Philippine Forests

Juan M. Pulhin and Makoto Inoue

International Journal of Social Forestry Peer Review Yes 1, 1p.1-262008/06-

Forest Governance and Community Based Forest Management in Sri Lanka: Past, Present and Future Perspectives

Mangala de Zoysa and Makoto Inoue

International Journal of Social Forestry Peer Review Yes 1, 1p.27-492008/06-

Tradition and the Influence of Monetary Economy in Swidden Agriculture among the Kenyah People of East Kalimantan, Indonesia

Ndan Imang, Makoto Inoue, and Mustofa Agung Sardjono

International Journal of Social Forestry Peer Review Yes 1, 1p.61-822008/06-

Why did the project fail to achieve its objectives in some villages?: The Experience of the Upland Settlement Project (USP) of Bangladesh.

Tapan Kumar Nath and Makoto Inoue

The International Journal of Sustainable development and World Ecology Peer Review Yes 15, 2p.153-1692008-

Forest Villages in Northeastern Hill Forests of Bangladesh: Linkages between Villager’s Livelihood and Forest Conservation.

Tapan Kumar Nath and Inoue Makoto

Marilyn M. Watkins (Ed.), World Poverty Issues, N.Y., NOVA Science Publishers, Inc. Peer Review Yes p.37-672008-

The Upland Settlement Project of Bangladesh as a Means of Reducing land Degradation and Improving Rural Livelihoods

Tapan Kumar Nath and Makoto Inoue

Small-scale Forestry Peer Review Yes 7p.163-1822008-

How does local governance affect project outcome?: Experience from a participatory forestry (PF) project in Bangladesh

Tapan Kumar Nath and Makoto Inoue

Int. J. Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology Peer Review Yes 7, 6p.491-5062008-

Adaptation of hunting activities to environmental changes: a comparison between the Kenyah and the Punan in Malinau District, East Kalimantan, Indonesia

Imang, N., Inoue, M., and Sardjono, M.A.

Socio-Humanities Peer Review Yes 3, 1p.23-402008-

Private Woodlots on State Forestland in Bangladesh and India: A Critique.

Balooni, K., Inoue, M.

B. Batavia, P. Nandakumar (Eds.) . Globalization: Capital Flows, Competition, and Regulation: Studies in Economic Transformation and Public Policy. Toronto, Canada: APF Press Peer Review Yes p.246-2592007-

Declining Instituted Collective Management Practices and Forest Quality in the Central Himalayas

Balooni, K., Ballabh, V., Inoue, M.

Economic and Political Weekly Peer Review Yes 42, 16p.1443-14522007-

Three decades of community-based forest management in the Philippines: emerging lessons for sustainable and equitable forest management

J. M. PULHIN, M. INOUE and T. ENTERS

International Forestry Review Peer Review Yes 9, 4p.865-8832007-

Decentralized Forest Management in South and Southeast Asia.

Balooni, Kulbhushan, and Inoue, Makoto

Journal of Forestry Peer Review Yes 105, 8p.414-4202007-

Declining but Retaining Cohesiveness among the Kenyah People under Infiltration of Monetary Economy in East Kalimantan.

Imang, N., Inoue, M., and Sardjono, M.A.

Socio-Humanities Peer Review Yes 1, 2p.48-612006-

The significance of social capital in local forest management in Laos: Overcoming latent conflict between local people and local forestry officials

Kimihiko Hyakumura and Makoto Inoue

International Journal of Sustainable Development & Ecology Peer Review Yes 13, 1p.16-242006-

Patterns of Behavior in Local Forest management: Case Studies from Indonesia and Laos

Martinus Nanang, Kimihiko Hyakumura, Kazuhiko Harada, Makoto Inoue

Socio-Humanities Peer Review Yes 1, 1p.55-652006-

Shifting cultivation (jhum) in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh: Examining its sustainability, rural livelihood and policy implications

Nath, T.K., Inoue, M. and Chakma, S.

International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability Peer Review Yes 3, 2p.130-1422005-

Small-scale agroforestry for upland community development: a case study from Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh

Tapan K. Nath, Makoto Inoue, and Hla Myant

Journal of Forest Research Peer Review Yes 10, 6p.443-4522005-

Historical Reviews of Sustainable Forest Management and Ecosystem Approach: Based on Reflections of New Forestry and New Ecology in the 1980s

KOHSAKA Ryo and INOUE Makoto

NAITO Kenji (Ed.) The Role of Forests for Coming Generations. Japan Society of Forest Planning Press Peer Review Yes p.325-3322005-

Participatory forest management policy in South and Southeast Asia

Makoto INOUE

Makoto Inoue and Hiroji Isozaki (Ed.). People and Forest: policy and local reality in Southeast Asia, the Russian Far East, and Japan. Kluwer Academic Publishers (358pp.) Peer Review Yes p.49-712003-

Sustainable forest management through local participation: procedures and priority    perspectives

Makoto INOUE

Makoto Inoue and Hiroji Isozaki (Ed.). People and Forest: policy and local reality in Southeast Asia, the Russian Far East, and Japan. Kluwer Academic Publishers (358pp.) Peer Review Yes p.337-3562003-

The Khasia tribe of Northeastern Bangladesh: Their Socio-economic Status, Hill Farming Practices and Impacts on Forest Conservation

Tapan K. Nath, INOUE Makoto, M.J. Islam, and M.A. Kabir

Forests, Trees and Livelihoods Peer Review Yes 13p.297-3122003-

Hillside Forest Land as a Safety Net for Local People in a Mountain Village in West Java: An Examination of Differences in the Significance of National and Private Lands

Makoto Inoue ,Yuuki Tsurudome ,Siti Sugiah M. Mugniesyah 

Journal of Forest Research Peer Review Yes 8, 2p.95-1012003-

Mechanism of changes in the Kenyahユs swidden system: explanation in terms of agricultural intensification theory

Makoto Inoue

Edi Guharidja, Mansur Fatawi, Maman Sutisna, Tokunori Mori, and Seiichi Ohta (Eds.). Rainforest Ecosystems of East Kalimantan: El Nino, Drought, Fire, and Human Impacts. Springer-Verlag, Tokyo Peer Review Yes p.167-1842000-

Participatory forest management

Makoto Inoue

Edi Guharidja, Mansur Fatawi, Maman Sutisna, Tokunori Mori, and Seiichi Ohta (Eds.). Rainforest Ecosystems of East Kalimantan: El Nino, Drought, Fire, and Human Impacts. Springer-Verlag, Tokyo Peer Review Yes p.299-3072000-

Local Forest Management in Indonesia: A Contradiction Between National Forest Policy and Reality

Martinus Nanang Makoto Inoue

International Review for Environmental Strategies Peer Review Yes 1, 1p.175-1912000-

Land Use Classification Policy in Laos : Strategy for the Establishment of an Effective Legal System

Takayuki NAMURA, Makoto INOUE

Journal of Forest Economics Peer Review Yes 44, 3p.23-301998-

Evaluation of Local Resource Management Systems as the Premise for Introducing Participatory Forest Management

Makoto Inoue

Journal of Forest Economics Peer Review Yes 44, 3p.15-221998-

Changes in Economic Life of the Hunters and Gatherers : the Kelay Punan in East Kalimantan

Makoto INOUE, LUGAN, IGIN Bilung

TROPICS Peer Review Yes 1, 2/3p.143~1531991-

Traditional rattan forestry in East Kalimantan and its future

Makoto Inoue

The Current State of Japanese Forestry Peer Review Yes 7p.99-1091991-

Dynamics of swidden agriculture in East Kalimantan

Makoto INOUE, Abubakar M.L.

Agroforestry Systems Peer Review Yes 12, 3p.269-2841990-

Books And Publication

Building a Climate Resilient Economy and Society: Challenges and Opportunities

K.N.Ninan and Makoto Inoue (Eds)(Joint authorship)

Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK/Northampton, MA, USA 2017/07-

Detali

Total Number of Pages:306pp.

Introduction

K.N.Ninan and Makoto Inoue(Joint authorship)

K.N.Ninan and Makoto Inoue (Eds), 2017. Building a Climate Resilient Economy and Society: Challenges and Opportunities. Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK/Northampton, MA, USA (306pp.)2017/07-

Detali

Responsible Number of Pages:1-23

REDD+: global multilevel forest governance for building a climate resilient society

Abrar Juhar Mohammed and Makoto Inoue(Joint authorship)

K.N.Ninan and Makoto Inoue (Eds), 2017. Building a Climate Resilient Economy and Society: Challenges and Opportunities.Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK/Northampton, MA, USA (306pp.)2017/07-

Detali

Responsible Number of Pages:231-249

Collaborative Governance of Forest Resources in Indonesia: Giving over managerial authority to decision makers on the sites.

M.A.Sardjono and M. Inoue(Joint authorship)

Ganesh P. Shivakoti, Ujiwal Pradhan, and Helmi (eds), Redefining Diviersity and Dynamics of Natural Resources management in Asia (Volume 1): Sustainable Natural Resources Management in Dynamic Asia. Elsevier, Amsterdam,Netherlands/Oxford, UK/Cambridge, USA (395pp)2017-

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Responsible Number of Pages:175-187

Decentralization of Forest Management, Local Institutional Capacity, and Its Effect on Access of Local People to Forest Resources: The case of West Sumatra, Indonesia

Mahdi, G.Shivakoti, and M. Inoue(Joint authorship)

Ganesh P. Shivakoti, Ujiwal Pradhan, and Helmi (eds), Redefining Diviersity and Dynamics of Natural Resources management in Asia (Volume 1): Sustainable Natural Resources Management in Dynamic Asia. Elsevier, Amsterdam,Netherlands/Oxford, UK/Cambridge, USA (395pp)2017-

Detali

Responsible Number of Pages:305-319

Community-Based Forest Management (CBFM) in Bangladesh.(World Forests, Vol.22)

Tapan Kumar Nath, Mohammed Jashimuddin, and Makoto Inoue(Joint authorship)

Springer International Publishing, Switzerland2016/04-

Foreword

Makoto Inoue(Single Author)

Herman Hidayat, 2016. Forest Resources Management in Indonesia (1968-2004): A Political Ecology Approach. Springer (350pp)2016-

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Responsible Number of Pages:v-vii

Multi-level Forest Governance in Asia: Concepts, Challenges and the Way Forward.

Makoto Inoue and Ganesh P. Shivakoti (Eds)(Joint authorship)

SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd2015/07-

Multi-level Forest Governance in Asia: An Introduction

Makoto Inoue, Ganesh P Shivakoti and Hemant R Ojha(Joint authorship)

Makoto Inoue and Ganesh P. Shivakoti (Eds), Multi-level Forest Governance in Asia: Concepts, Challenges and the Way Forward. SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, India. (461pp.)2015/07-

Detali

Responsible Number of Pages:3-18

Bangladesh: Do Changes in Policy Ensure Good Forest Governance?

Tapan K Nath, Mohammed Jashimuddin and Makoto Inoue(Joint authorship)

Makoto Inoue and Ganesh P. Shivakoti (Eds), Multi-level Forest Governance in Asia: Concepts, Challenges and the Way Forward. SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, India. (461pp.)2015/07-

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Responsible Number of Pages:21-39

Nepal: Evaluating Different Forest Management Regimes

Ganesh P Shivakoti, Birendra K Karna, Ambika P Gautam and Makoto Inoue(Joint authorship)

Makoto Inoue and Ganesh P. Shivakoti (Eds), Multi-level Forest Governance in Asia: Concepts, Challenges and the Way Forward. SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, India. (461pp.)2015/07-

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Responsible Number of Pages:67-80

Sri Lanka: Forest Governance of Community-based Forest Management.

Mangala De Zoysa, W D Lakmi Saubhagya and Makoto Inoue(Joint authorship)

Makoto Inoue and Ganesh P. Shivakoti (Eds), Multi-level Forest Governance in Asia: Concepts, Challenges and the Way Forward. SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, India. (461pp.)2015/07-

Detali

Responsible Number of Pages:81-101

Japan II: Implications of the Commons for Endogenous Development of a Mountain Village

Hironori Okuda and Makoto Inoue(Joint authorship)

Makoto Inoue and Ganesh P. Shivakoti (Eds), Multi-level Forest Governance in Asia: Concepts, Challenges and the Way Forward. SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, India. (461pp.)2015/07-

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Responsible Number of Pages:405- 420

Towards an Effective Policy for Forest Management in Asia

Ganesh P Shivakoti, Makoto Inoue, Juan M Pulhin, Shubhechchha Sharma, Edward L Webb and Tapan K Nath(Joint authorship)

Makoto Inoue and Ganesh P. Shivakoti (Eds), Multi-level Forest Governance in Asia: Concepts, Challenges and the Way Forward. SAGE Publications India Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, India. (461pp.)2015/07-

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Responsible Number of Pages:423-447

Collaborative Governance of Forests: Towards Sustainable Forest Resource Utilization

Motomu Tanaka and Makoto Inoue (Eds)(Joint authorship)

University of Tokyo Press2015/02-

Multifaceted Significance of Collaborative Governance and Its Future Challenges

Makoto Inoue(Single Author)

Motomu Tanaka and Makoto Inoue (Eds), Collaborative Governance of Forests: Towards Sustainable Forest Resource Utilization. University of Tokyo Press.2015/02-

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Responsible Number of Pages:311-321

Appendix: Prototype design guidelines for “Collaborative Governance” of Natural Resources.

Makoto Inoue(Single Author)

Motomu Tanaka and Makoto Inoue (Eds), Collaborative Governance of Forests: Towards Sustainable Forest Resource Utilization. University of Tokyo Press.2015/02-

Detali

Responsible Number of Pages:323-334

Valuing forest ecosystem services: what we know and what we don’t

K.N.Ninan and Makoto Inoue(Joint authorship)

K.N.Ninan (ed.), Valuing Ecosystem Services: Methodological Issues and Case Studies.Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK.2014-

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Responsible Number of Pages:189-226

Valuing forest ecosystem services: case study of a forest reserve in Japan.

K.N.Ninan and Makoto Inoue(Joint authorship)

K.N.Ninan (ed.), Valuing Ecosystem Services: Methodological Issues and Case Studies.Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK.2014-

Detali

Responsible Number of Pages:245-268

Eclectic collaborative commons as an integration of closure and openness.

Makoto Inoue(Single Author)

Takeshi Murota and Ken Takeshita (Eds.) Local commons and democratic environmental governance. United Nations University Press,Tokyo (pp.412)2013-

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Responsible Number of Pages:19-39

“Iriai” traditional management of village common forest resources in Japan: Transformation and sustainability

Mangala De Zoysa and Makoto Inoue(Joint authorship)

H.D. Karunaratne, (Ed.) A Journey in Harmony: Sixty Years of Japan- Sri Lanka Relations. Faculty of Management and Finance, University of Colombo and JAGAAS,2012-

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Responsible Number of Pages:269-300

Local commons in a global context

Makoto Inoue(Single Author)

M. Osaki, A.K. Braimoh, and K. Nakagami (Eds) "Designing Our Future: Perspectives on Bioproduction, Ecosystems and Humanity" (425pp), United Nations University Press2011/01-

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Responsible Number of Pages:254-266

Summary for Decision Makers

Japan Satoyama Satoumi Assessment (JSSA)(Joint authorship)

Satoyama-Satoumi Ecosystems and Human Well-Being:Socio-ecological Production Landscapes of Japan, UNU-IAS2010-

The State of the Environment in Asia 2006/2007

Japan Environmental Council (Ed.)(Joint authorship)

United Nations University Press2009/12-

The State of the Environment in Asia 2005/2006

Japan Environmental Council (Ed.)(Joint authorship)

Springer-Verlag Tokyo2005-

Introduction: Launching the Era of Global Environmental Governance from Asia: Guaranteeing Fairness Through the Invovement Principle

Makoto Inoue, Michikazu Kojima, Ken’ichi Oshima(Joint authorship)

Japan Environmental Council (Ed.), The State of the Environmenta in Asia 2005/2006. Springer-Verlag, Tokyo (385pp)2005-

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Responsible Number of Pages:1-9

People and Forest: policy and local reality in Southeast Asia, the Russian Far East, and Japan

Makoto Inoue and Hiroji Isozaki (Eds.)(Joint authorship)

Kluwer Academic Publishers2003-

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Total Number of Pages:358pp

Indonesia

Makoto Inoue ,Martinus Nanang(Joint authorship)

Japan Environmental Council (ed.). 『The state of the environment in Asia 2002/2003』Springer-Verlag, Tokyo (361pp.)2003-

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Responsible Number of Pages:194-197

Pemantauan Lingkungan

Tai Harada Makoto Inoue Sachie Okamoto Kozo Izumo Kennedy Amin Poltak Simanjuntak(Joint authorship)

JANNI and LSPL (UD. Sinuraya)2001-

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Total Number of Pages:117pp

Republic of Indonesia

Makoto Inoue ,Michikazu Kojima(Joint authorship)

Japan Environmental Council (ed.). 『The state of the environment in Asia 1999/2000』Springer-Verlag, Tokyo (197pp.)2000-

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Responsible Number of Pages:83-95

Lecture And Oral

Chair: Local commons and their future in globalized conservation and climate policies: cases from the Heart of Borneo in Indonesia.

Makoto Inoue

XVII Biennial IASC-Conference ‘In Defense of the Commons: Challenges, Innovation, and Action’(IASC (International Association for the Study of the Commons))2019/07/02

Detail

International conferenceSymposium workshop panel(public)Venue:Lima

Assessing multi-level policies for conservation of the Heart of Borneo as ‘dual’ commons.

Makoto Inoue, Noriko Okubo, and Yukari Takamura

XVII Biennial IASC-Conference ‘In Defense of the Commons: Challenges, Innovation, and Action’(IASC (International Association for the Study of the Commons))2019/07/02

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Lima

Current Social Problems in Japan and Its Implications to the Studies of the Commons

Makoto Inoue

Invited lecture(School of Environmental and Geographical Sciences, The University of Nottingham Malaysia)Invitation Yes2019/04/22

Detail

International conferencePublic discourseVenue:Selangor Darul Ehsan

Current Social Problems in Japan and Its Implications to the Studies of the Commons

Makoto Inoue

24 hours of global noon-hour webinars, World Commons Week(The International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC))Invitation Yes2018/10/12

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(keynote)Venue:Internet

Principles for Collaborative Governance -- Based on experiences of Forest Management in Asian Countries.

Makoto Inoue

National Association Session, 19th International Sociological Association (ISA)’s World Congress of Sociology(International Sociological Association (ISA))2018/07/19

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(keynote)Venue:Metro Toronto Convention Center, Toronto

Chair: Physical Infrastructure and Environmental Hazards: A Burdensome Legacy of Modernity

Makoto Inoue

19th International Sociological Association (ISA)’s World Congress of Sociology(International Sociological Association (ISA))2018/07/19

Detail

International conferenceSymposium workshop panel(public)Venue:Metro Toronto Convention Center, Toronto

Key Note Speech: Theoretical Implication of Current Social Problems in Japan to the Studies of the Commons.

Makoto Inoue

Asia Regiona Biennial Meeting, The International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC)(The International Association for the Study of the Commons (IASC))2018/07/14

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(keynote)Venue:Aisan Institute of Technology (AIT), Bangkok

Research Grants & Projects

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Research Adoption Situation

Research Classification:

Institutional design for biodiversity conservation in Indonesian side of the Heart of Borneo: linking local reality with global issues

2017/04-2021/03

Allocation Class:¥42250000

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A Study of the Inherent Restrictions in the Land Ownership from the Point of View of Natural Resource Management

2013/-0-2016/-0

Allocation Class:¥4160000

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Institutional Options of Participatory Forest Management in a New Age: Integration of climate change policy and rural development policy

2012/04-2016/03

Allocation Class:¥31980000

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A study on sustainable forest management in the village which population decreases intensely

2010/-0-2013/-0

Allocation Class:¥18590000

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Relationships among stakeholders for Tropical Satoyama governance

Allocation Class:¥15990000

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Conditions for Collaborative Forest Governance in accordance with the locality

2007/04-2011/03

Allocation Class:¥47320000

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Management of Local Commons in the Age of Globalization

Allocation Class:¥78000000

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Political ecology of participatory forest management

2000/04-2003/03

Allocation Class:¥14900000

Research Classification:

Formation of new actors to manage and use "satoyama" in terms of human network

2000/04-2003/03

Allocation Class:¥14200000

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Comparative study on National Park Systems in the world

1993/04-1996/03

Allocation Class:¥1400000

Research Classification:

Studies on Forest Commons from the aspects of Communication and Theory of Civic Society

Allocation Class:¥13500000

Research Classification:

COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE LOCAL PERCEPTION OF NATURAL ENVIRONMENT AND LANDSCAPES AMONG PEOPLES OF SARA WAK

Allocation Class:¥20720000

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Forestries in Japan & Korea Affected by Environmental Issues

Allocation Class:¥16600000

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Uniqueness of Development in Southeast Asia

Allocation Class:¥31300000

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Econometric Analysis on the socio-economic mechanism of tropical deforestation

Allocation Class:¥2200000

Research Classification:

Study on Forest Utilization Patterns in Southeast Asia : Changes in the Course of Socio-economic Development

Allocation Class:¥15000000

Research Classification:

Institutional design for biodiversity conservation in Indonesian side of the Heart of Borneo: linking local reality with global issues

2017/-0-2021/-0

Allocation Class:¥42250000

On-campus Research System

Special Research Project

開発の中で生き抜くボルネオ先住民:ライフストーリーの素描

2017

Research Results Outline:目的:本研究は、NI氏のライフストーリーを素描することを目的とした。彼は、ボルネオ中央高地で生まれ幼少期を過ごした後、家族に連れられて低地に移住し、そ目的:本研究は、NI氏のライフストーリーを素描することを目的とした。彼は、ボルネオ中央高地で生まれ幼少期を過ごした後、家族に連れられて低地に移住し、その後国立大学の教員になった。1990年代後半に井上と知り合い、共同研究の仲間となった。そして、JS...目的:本研究は、NI氏のライフストーリーを素描することを目的とした。彼は、ボルネオ中央高地で生まれ幼少期を過ごした後、家族に連れられて低地に移住し、その後国立大学の教員になった。1990年代後半に井上と知り合い、共同研究の仲間となった。そして、JSPS論博事業に応募・採択され、2009年度に東京大学から博士(農学)を授与された。Kenyah人としては2番目の学位取得者であり、希有なケースである。方法:まずはNI氏に自身のライフストーリーを書いてもらい、それを読んだうえでインタビューを実施した。結果:暫定的に次のような題名および目次で書籍を執筆することを検討している。A long journey from the jungle of Borneo to Tokyo: A life historyof an indigenous Kenyah Dayak man./ Introduction/ Chapter.1:Born in Long Dumu, Apau Kayan-The lost Village in the jungle of Borneo/ Chapter.2:Family background and Culture -Wereancestors head-hunter?/ Chapter.3:Childhood -Being afraid of the airplane/ Chap.4: Elementary School -Being afraid ofspanking/ Chap.5:Junior HighSchool -Five-days walk to school through wild jungle/ Chapter 6: Junior and Senior High School -Inferioritycomplex as a Dayak/ Chapter 7: Gettingjob at Mulawarman University and marriage/ Chap.8: Encounter with a Japanese scholar -Beyondhis dream/ Afterwords現時点での課題:Ndan氏のライフストーリーの素描が完了した段階であり、まだメインとなる社会的テーマ・仮説を見いだすには至っていない。今後の展望:今後はさらなるインタビューを通して、NI氏のライフストーリーから何らかのテーマを見いだしたい。そのうえで、NI氏のライフストーリーを主軸としながら、同世代の井上(日本の高度経済成長期に生まれ育った)のライフストーリーを織り込み、かけ離れた幼少期の経験を持つ二人の人生が交差し互いに影響を与え合う交流の物語を英語書籍として出版したい。

Foreign Researcher Acceptance Situation

2018/12-2018/12

Acceptance Person Affiliation Original Institution:Prof. Tapan Kumar Nath/ University of Nottingham Malaysia(Malaysia (Bangladeshi))

Detail

Comment:Two-week stay for joint research

2018/01-2018/02

Acceptance Person Affiliation Original Institution:Prof. Dr. Juan Magboo Pulhin/ University of the Philippines Loa Bnos(Republic of the Philippines)

Detail

Comment:Three-week stay for co-editing a book

2017/11-2017/11

Acceptance Person Affiliation Original Institution:Dr. Ndan Imang/Mulawarman University(Republic of Indonesia)

Detail

Comment:One-month stay for joint research

Lecture Course

Course TitleSchoolYearTerm
Introduction to Human Behavior and Environment SciencesSchool of Human Sciences2019summer quarter
Environmental SociologySchool of Human Sciences2019spring semester
Asian Area StudiesSchool of Human Sciences2019fall semester
Seminar I (Environmental Sociology)School of Human Sciences2019spring semester
Seminar II (Environmental Sociology)School of Human Sciences2019fall semester
Introduction to Human Behavior and Environment Sciences 01School of Human Sciences (Correspondence Course)2019fall quarter
Asian Area Studies 01School of Human Sciences (Correspondence Course)2019fall semester
Environmental Sociology AGraduate School of Human Sciences2019spring semester
Environmental Sociology BGraduate School of Human Sciences2019fall semester
Environmental Sociology(1) AGraduate School of Human Sciences2019spring semester
Environmental Sociology(1) BGraduate School of Human Sciences2019fall semester
Environmental Sociology(2) AGraduate School of Human Sciences2019spring semester
Environmental Sociology(2) BGraduate School of Human Sciences2019fall semester
Environmental Sociology(D) AGraduate School of Human Sciences2019spring semester
Environmental Sociology(D) BGraduate School of Human Sciences2019fall semester

Waseda Course Channel Video Service

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Others Educational Activity

Examiner for the Degree of Doctor (The University of Tokyo)

2019/01-2019/01

Detail

Outline:Omitted because the dissertation was written in Japanese

External Examiner for the Degree of Doctor (Asian Institute of Technology)

2018/12-2018/12

Detail

Outline:Title of Dissertation " The Role of Indigenous Beliefs in the Management of Wetland Resource in the Lower Songkhram River Basin"

Examiner for the Degree of Doctor (The University of Tokyo)

2018/01-2018/01

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Outline:Omitted because the dissertation was written in Japanese

External Examiner for the Degree of Doctor (Asian Institute of Technology)

2017/10-2017/11

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Outline:Title of Dissertation “Traditional Knowledge and Technological Choices for Agricultural Water Management in Northeast Thailand”