Land acquisition and involuntary resettlement in infrastructure projects Social welfare as a collective action Comparative analysis of administrative organization and their public relations
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Recent Theses/Dissertations Advised
I. Doctoral dissertations N/A II. Master's theses Tatsuya Hirokawa (March 2021) "Strategies of Higher Education in Emerging Economies: A Case of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Sri Lanka" Sixiong Peng (March 2020) "Influence of Iteration on Idea Generation in Teams: Analysis of i.school Workshops" III. Bachelor's theses Toma Tanigawa (March 2022) "Water access under historically embedded multi-ethnic contexts in Latin America: An analysis with a focus on the Peruvian case" Hayato Hidano (March 2022) "How Can Environmental policymaking Take Long-Term and Multiple Perspectives? A Text-based Analysis of Discussions in Governmental Committees" Atsushi Koyama (March 2021) "Political instability, social movements and opposition actors in Latin America: Cross-case comparison and agent-based modeling" Sayaka Sugiyama (March 2021) "Attitudinal and behavioral responses to benefits and losses from resettlement: Experimental and empirical examination toward successful livelihood restoration of resettlers" Arisa Yasui (March 2020) "Improvement of anticipation abilities using scientific information of earthquakes: Towards disaster prevention practices in municipal governments"