Mr. Hiroaki Shiga: “How was the compromise on land reform formed?” (22/06/2019)

Global Peacebuilding Association of Japan
41th Research Seminar
22 June 2019
Hours 15:00-17:00
JICA Ichigaya Global Plaza

15:00 – 15:10   Opening remarks

15:00 – 15:45 Hiroaki Shiga
Senior Research Fellow, JICA Research Institute

Theme: How was the compromise on land reform formed?
Its implication for the peaceful power transition in South Africa

15:45 – 16:00 Panel discussion

16:00 – 16:10 Short recess

16:10 – 17:00 Discussion

17:00 – 17:45 Informal reception

Participation fee:1000 yen

Hiroaki SHIGA

Hiroaki SHIGA
Senior Research Fellow, JICA Research Institute

Educational background


  • Bachelor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Tokyo

  • Master of International Relations, School of International and Public Affairs and the A. Harriman Institute of the Columbia University

  • Ph.D Candidate, Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS)

Career Background


  • The Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund

  • Ministry of Finance of Japan, Bureau of International Finance

  • Japan Bank for International Cooperation

  • Japan International Cooperation Agency

  • Saitama University, Aoyama-Gakuin University, Hosei University, International University of Japan (Part-time lecturer)

Major Publications
1. Book Chapters
 “Role of Japan in the Evolution of India’s aid policy,” Jin Sato and Yasutami Shimomura eds., The Rise of Asian Donors: Japan’s Impact on the Evolution of Emerging Donors, Routledge, 2012.

2. Articles


  • How Do ‘Emerging’ Donors Differ from ‘Traditional’ Donors?—An Institutional Analysis of Foreign Aid in Cambodia—, JICA Research Institute Working Paper No.2. (2010)

  • Diversity and Transformation of Aid Patterns in Asia’s ‘Emerging Donors’, JICA Research Institute Working Paper No. 21. (2010)

  • Emerging Donors from a Recipient Perspective: An Institutional Analysis of Foreign Aid in Cambodia, World Development, Vol. 39, No. 1. (2011)

  • Is Public Involvement in the Constitution-Making Process a Panacea for Political Stability in Post Conflict Countries? — Potential and Limitations of Participatory Constitution- Making, Kokusai-Seiji, Japan Association for International Relations, Vol. 165. (2011) (in Japanese).

  • Normative Framing of Development Cooperation: Japanese Bilateral Aid between the DAC and Southern Donors, JICA Research Institute Working Paper No.130. (2016, co-authored with Professor Sakiko Fukuda-Parr)

  • India’s Role as a Facilitator of Constitutional Democracy, IDS Bulletin, Vol.49, No.3. (2018)

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