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DEMACHI Kazue

DEMACHI Kazue
Name DEMACHI Kazue
Affiliation Lecturer, African Studies Center - TUFS
E-mail k.demachitufs.ac.jp
Profile http://www.tufs.ac.jp/research/people/demachi_kazue.html
Research Field Development Economics, International Economics
Key Words International Economics/Finance, Development Economics, Natural Resources
Research Interest She has been focusing on analyzing the macro economies of natural resource-rich countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. Her current academic interests are in evaluating the resource-led growth of Africa in the 2000s, as well as in fostering of manufacturing sectors in developing economies to support non-resource-based growth. Her recent works also cover vocational training, which bridges the gap between education and industry in developing economies.
Degree PhD (Economics) (Kobe University)
Academic Associations The Japan Society For International Development
Japan Association For African Studies
Japan Society of Monetary Economics
The Japan Society of International Economics
Major Works

Papers:

  • TVET as the last educational chance: Employability and family background of Ethiopian urban youth, IDE Discussion Paper, No.671, Institute of Developing Economies; Chiba, 2017

Books:

  • Financial Development and Growth in Resource-Rich Countries (written jointly with Takuji Kinkyo), Financial Linkages, Remittances, and Resource Dependence in East Asia, World Scientific Publishing: Singapore, 119-144, 2016
  • Challenges to Macroeconomic Management in Resource-Rich Developing economies (written jointly with Takuji Kinkyo), Financial Linkages, Remittances, and Resource Dependence in East Asia, World Scientific Publishing: Singapore, 163-180, 2016
  • TFeldstein-Horioka Paradox in Resource Rich Countries (written jointly with erukazu Suruga, Kokumin-Keizai Zasshi (Journal of Economics and Business Administration) 209(6): 1-11, 2014 [Japanese]
  • Capital flight from resource rich developing countries, Economics Bulletin 34(2): 734-744.