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Endo, Tamaki. 2022. “Dynamics and Dilemmas of Mega city Bangkok [8]”, East Asia, No.655, pp.58-59. (In Japanese)2022-01-06T18:41:34+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2021. “Dynamics and Dilemmas of Mega city Bangkok [7]”, East Asia, No.652, pp.58-59. (In Japanese)2021-09-19T22:06:37+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2021. “Dynamics and Dilemmas of Mega city Bangkok [6]”, East Asia, No.649, pp.58-59. (In Japanese)2021-09-19T21:54:08+09:00
35. Endo, Tamaki. “Tension and Interaction between ‘Digital Informality’ and ‘Analogue Informality’ in Bangkok”, LSE Southeast Asia Blog, posted 17th June, 2021.2021-09-19T18:55:41+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2021. “Dynamics and Dilemmas of Mega City Bangkok [5]”, East Asia, No.646, pp.58-59. (In Japanese)2021-05-23T19:28:53+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. “Urban informality at crossroad? Dynamics between inclusion and exclusion in Bangkok”, the Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre, LSE, March 31st, 2021. (online)2021-05-10T04:06:49+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2021. “Labour as Urban Problem”, Urban Science Dictionary, Shumpusha Publishing.2021-02-28T21:17:06+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2021. “Living Together in Uncertain Future Asia” (Relay-Essay Series: Talking about Future Asia No.6), Shosai no mado, Yuhikaku Publishing, No.673, pp.25-29. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T21:16:06+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2001. MA thesis, “Policies for the Urban Poor and Informal Sector Concept in Thailand”, Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University. (In Japanese).2021-02-28T20:24:59+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2007. PhD dissertation, “Global Restructuring and Informal Economy in Bangkok”, Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University. (In Japanese) (Awarded as the 6th Iue Asia Pacific Research Prize, Commendation).2021-02-28T20:25:57+09:00
Discussant, Book Launch: ‘Thinking and Working Politically in Development: Coalitions for Change in the Philippines’, the Saw Swee Hock Southeast Asia Centre LSE, February 10th, 2021. (online)2021-05-10T04:04:41+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2020. “Urban Informality at Crossroad?: Dynamics between inclusion and exclusion in case of Bangkok”, Workshop on “SDGs Seminar Informality in Cities: Perspectives from Asia”, organized by Tokyo University, Institute for Future Initiatives, August 28th, 2020. (Online)2021-02-28T21:55:51+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2021. “Dynamics and Dilemmas of Mega City Bangkok [4]”, East Asia, No.643, pp.56-57. (In Japanese)2021-05-23T19:29:33+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2020. “Dynamics and Dilemmas of Mega City Bangkok [3]”, East Asia, No.640, pp.56-57. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T21:13:50+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2020. “Dynamics and Dilemmas of Mega City Bangkok [2]”, East Asia, No.637, pp.56-57. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T21:13:11+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2020. “Dynamics and Dilemmas of Mega city Bangkok [1]”, East Asia, No.634, pp.56-57. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T21:12:14+09:00
Goto, K., T. Endo, and A. Ito. 2020. The Asian Economy: Contemporary Issues and Challenges, Routledge.2021-05-10T01:36:52+09:00

The book is a key reading which provides a comprehensive and systematic overview of the contemporary Asian economy.

The book focuses on the structural changes that are rapidly transforming the regional economic landscape in the 21st century. It highlights the concomitant challenges that have arisen, and further discusses prospects and potentialities of Asian economies given this new economic environment. The book also looks at broader social issues that are both the cause and result of these new and complex economic dynamism in Asia. Understanding the Asian economy cannot be achieved without understanding the new interrelationships and complexities that have evolved from this context, which continue to be driven by drastic changes in technological, demographic, and social structures, among others.

Each of the chapters are titled based on “issues” and are framed in present continuous tense, intended to capture and emphasize the progressiveness of this new dynamism that are transforming the region in a fundamental way.

(From Routledge’s website) https://www.routledge.com/The-Asian-Economy-Contemporary-Issues-and-Challenges/Goto-Endo-Ito/p/book/9780367203719

 

Reviews

Goto, et al. fill a gap between what has been documented decades ago and the current reality of the Asian economy in the context of development economics. The authors are a group of well-trained Japanese economists with rich experience in fieldworks. The book is ideal to use as a textbook or a discussion material in both undergraduate and graduate classes. Academic scholars who would like to update their understanding on Asia as well as businesspersons and government officials who are keen to comprehend current Asia will find the book concise and insightful. Another Asian miracle is there.’ ─ Fukunari Kimura, Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University, Japan and Chief Economist, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), Indonesia

The Asian Economy is an innovative and successful attempt to bring to a Western audience the results of extensive work by Japanese scholars on Southeast and East Asian development in the 21st century. Organised mainly in terms of regional themes, it draws on the expertise of eleven authors to cover topics including migration, global value chains, informalization, innovation, and the role of China in Asia. As a textbook it will be valuable for graduate students and advanced undergraduates, and also will be exceptionally useful for policy makers and academics interested in the region.’ ─ John Thoburn, School of International Development, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK

Endo, Tamaki. 2020. “Urban Development, Environmental Vulnerability and Equity: The Case of Bangkok”, Kyoto International Workshop on Consumption and Sustainability, Kyoto University, Feb 20th, 2020.2021-02-28T21:54:08+09:00
Endo, T., and M. Shibuya. 2019. “Urban Risk and Social Response in Bangkok from Comparative Perspective”, International Workshop on “Dissent, Expectations and Leadership in Southeast Asia”, GRIPS, Nov. 29, 2019.2021-02-28T21:55:08+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2019. “Risks and Surviving Strategies Matters in Urban Life: The Case of Bangkok, Shanghai and Tokyo”, Workshop “What Makes Asian Mega Cities in the 21st Century?: Reassessing theory and methodology for mega cities in the Global South”, The 2nd Southeast Asian Mega City Workshop Series, Institute of Development Economics (IDE-JETRO), Chiba, Japan, 7 March, 2019. (Organizer and presenter)2021-02-28T21:53:16+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2019. “Informality at Crossroad?: Dynamics between inclusion and exclusion in case of Bangkok”, in ‘Panel: Rethinking Asian Mega-Cities’, European Association for Southeast Asian Studies, Homboldt Universitat zu Berlin, 10-13 September, 2019. (Convener with S. Kurfurst & Presenter)2021-02-28T21:35:49+09:00
Endo, T., and M. Shibuya. 2019. “Urban Risk and Surviving Strategies: A case study of urban middle class and lower class in Asian megacities”, EURA-UAA Conference City Futures Ⅳ, Royal , University College Dublin, Dublin Ireland, 20-22 June, 2019.2021-02-28T21:35:16+09:00
Endo, T., and M. Shibuya. 2019. “Urban Risk and Surviving Strategies: A case study of urban middle class and lower class in Asian megacities”, Paper presented at EURA-UAA Conference City Futures Ⅳ, University College Dublin, Ireland, pp.20-22.2021-02-28T21:11:09+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2019. “The Informal Economy and New Social Security Policy Agenda in Thailand”, East Asia, No.619, pp.94-105. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T21:10:18+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2019. “Characteristics and Changes of the Informal Economy”, “Livelihood in Urban Slum”, “Women and Economy”, in Toshihiro Nobuta et al. (eds) Dictionary on Culture in Southeast Asia, Maruzen Publishing. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T21:09:34+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2018. “Informal Settlements and Urban Management: The case of Bangkok, Thailand”, Poster Session, Urban Transitions 2018, Sitges, Barcelona, Spain, 25-27 November, 2018.2021-02-28T21:34:31+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2018. “Urban Inequality, Informality and Social Conflicts: The case of Bangkok”, The 5th Global Conference on Economic Geography 2018, Cologne Germany, 27 July 2018.2021-02-28T21:28:31+09:00
Endo, T., A. Ito, K. Oizumi, and K. Goto (eds). 2018. Asian Economy in the 21st Century, Tokyo Yuhikaku Publishing. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:21:23+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2017. “The Governance Structure and Surviving Strategies of Thai Garment Industry: From perspective of global value chain analysis”, Poster Session, 1st Japanese-Canadian Frontier of Science Symposium 2017, OIST, Okinawa Japan, 2-5 November 2017.2021-02-28T21:51:59+09:00
Muramatsu, S., A. Okabe, T. Endo, T. Amemiya, A. Murakami, and S. Tsuchiya: Kengo Hayashi (Moderator). 2017. “Round Table: Condensed Mega Cities”, Mega City 6 Condensed Mega Cities, University of Tokyo Press, pp.255-278. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T21:08:40+09:00
Endo, T., and M. Shibuya. 2017. “Urban Risk, Risk Response and Well-being in Asian Cities: The case of Tokyo, Shanghai and Bangkok”, Procedia Engineering, pp.976-984.2021-02-28T20:34:50+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2017. “Asian mega cities at the crossroads?: Urban dynamics, economic disparities and social responses”, Workshop on “Busan National University and Saitama University”, at Saitama University, Japan, 7 February, 2017.2021-02-28T21:51:17+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2016. “Living with Risks: Urban dynamics, informal economy and community in Bangkok”, Workshop “Research on South(east) Asian Cities: Infrastructures, livelihoods and risks”, The 1st Southeast Asian Mega City Workshop Series, Global South Studies Center, University of Cologne, 13 October, 2016. (Organizer and presenter)2021-02-28T21:50:44+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2016. “Urban Risk, Risk Response and Life Satisfaction in Asian Cities: The case of Tokyo, Shanghai and Bangkok middle and lower class”, Poster Session, 13th Japanese-German Frontier of Science Symposium 2016, Steigenberger Hotel Sanssouci, Potsdam Germany, 6-9 October 2016.2021-02-28T21:49:35+09:00
Endo, T., and M. Shibuya. 2016. “Urban Risk, Risk Response and Well-being in Asian Cities: The case of Tokyo, Shanghai and Bangkok”, Poster Session, Urban Transition Global Summit 2016, Shanghai International Conventional Centre, Shanghai China, 5-9 September, 2016.2021-02-28T21:27:52+09:00
Kabeer, Naila. 2016. The Power to Choose: Bangladeshi women and labour market decisions in London and Dhaka , Harvest Publishing. (Original is from Verso Press, London/ Sage Publications, New Delhi in 2001) (Translated with Waka Aoama and Jaehyang Han) (In Japanese)2021-02-28T21:25:32+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2016. “’Asianization of Asia’ and Restructuring of the Regional Economy: Formation and changes of mega region in Thailand”, Regional Economic Studies, Vol.31, pp.2-18. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T21:07:12+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2015. “Urban Risk, Risk Response and Well-being in Asia”, Poster Session, 12th Japanese-German Frontier of Science Symposium 2015, Brighton Hotel, Kyoto, 2 October 2015.2021-02-28T21:48:35+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2015. Book Launch Seminar, “Living with Risk: Precarity & Bangkok’s Urban Poor”, Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences, Berlin, Germany, 15 June, 2015.2021-02-28T21:47:58+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2015. ”Southeast Asian Mega Cities at the Crossroad?”, Panel Southeast Asian Mega-cities at the Crossroad?: Urban Dynamic, Economic Disparities and Political Conflict, in Inaugural Conference of the Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies in Asia (SEASIA), International Conference Center-Kyoto, Kyoto Japan, 12-13 December, 2015. (Convener & Presenter).2021-02-28T21:27:12+09:00
Endo, T., and K. Goto. 2015. “Value chain orientation and employment strategies amidst global competition and local labor shortages: The case of the Thai garment industry”, Working Paper No.11, Faculty of Economics, Saitama University.2021-02-28T21:06:23+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2014. Book Launch Seminar, “Living with Risk: Precarity & Bangkok’s Urban Poor”, Department of Development, SOAS, 1 October, 2014.2021-02-28T21:47:20+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2014. “Living with Risk: Dynamics of the informal economy and community”, JKTWS2014 International Symposium “Radical Informality: The Alternative Vision for Sustainable Urban Environment”, University of Indonesia, 1 September, 2014.2021-02-28T21:46:44+09:00
Endo, T., and K. Kanai. 2014. “Is ‘informality’ increasing? : Occupation, risk and subjective well-being of workers”, International Joint Seminar “Well-Being and Urban Risk Survey in Contemporary East Asia”, East West Center, Hawaii, 25 March, 2014.2021-02-28T21:46:11+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2014. ‘Well-being and Urban Risk: Overview’, International Joint Seminar “Well-Being and Urban Risk Survey in Contemporary East Asia”, East West Center, Hawaii, 25 March, 2014.2021-02-28T21:45:20+09:00
Doyal and Gough 2014 (Majima, Y., and T. Yamamori [eds], A Theory of Human Need, Keiso Shobo. (Translated Chapter 5. Original is from Guildford Press, 1991) (In Japanese)2021-02-28T21:24:29+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2014. “Challenges to Bridge Between Needs of Local Residents and Professional Knowledge”, in “Sensible High DenCity 2014: Mega Design Studio Indonesia-Japan 2014”, Research Institute of Humanity and Nature, Universitas Indonesia and Chiba University, p.3.2021-02-28T21:05:30+09:00
Endo, T., and K. Kanai. 2014. “Occupation, Risk and the Subjective Well-being of Workers: The case of middle and lower class workers in three cities”, Working Paper No.7, Faculty of Economics, Saitama University.2021-02-28T21:04:47+09:00
Goto, K., and T. Endo. 2014. “Labor-Intensive Industries in Middle-Income Countries: Traps, Challenges and the Importance of the Domestic Market”, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, Vol.19, Issue 2, pp.369-386.2021-05-10T13:08:30+09:00

Goto, K., and T. Endo. “Labor-Intensive Industries in Middle-Income Countries: Traps, Challenges and the Importance of the Domestic Market”, Journal  of the Asia Pacific Economy. Vol. 19, Issue 2, 2014, pp.369-386.

 

Goto, K., and T. Endo. 2014. “Upgrading, relocating, informalising? Local strategies in the era of globalization: The Thai garment industry”, Journal of Contemporary Asia, Vol.44 No.1, pp.1-18.2021-05-10T13:10:08+09:00

Goto, K., and T. Endo. 2014. “Upgrading, relocating, informalising? Local strategies in the era of globalization: The Thai garment industry”, <em>Journal of Contemporary Asia</em>, Vol.44 No.1, pp.1-18.

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00472336.2013.794365?journalCode=rjoc20

Endo, Tamaki. 2014. Living with Risk: Precarity & Bangkok’s Urban Poor, NUS Press in association with Kyoto University Press.2021-05-10T01:34:08+09:00

The informal economy in Bangkok, Thailand, offers upward mobility but is fraught with risk. For members of the urban lower class, residence and occupation are closely inter-connected. Shifts in priorities in housing, occupation and education as family circumstances change affect the way they deploy their limited financial resources, while home fires and job lay-offs make it necessary for poor communities to accommodate frequent changes of residence and variations in production and consumption.
People with limited resources are extremely sensitive to uncertainty. Living with Risk examines how lower class communities in the inner city and the urban fringe of Bangkok view their employment prospects and living conditions, and how they manage risk. The author draws on two case studies, one considering the situation of women who became self-employed after losing factory jobs during Thailand’s economic restructuring in the late 1990s, and the second a community displaced by a devastating fire. The book’s detailed examination of the dynamics of the informal economy makes a substantial contribution to the literature on development economics in urban areas. (From NUS Press’s website)

NUS
https://nuspress.nus.edu.sg/products/living-with-risk
Kyoto University Press
https://kyoto-up.or.jp/books/9784876983599.html?lang=en

Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 46, Issue 02, June 2015, pp.336-337. By Dr. Jonathan Rigg
Southeast Asian Studies, Vol.4, No.2 August 2015, pp.421-424. By Dr. Danny Marks
Pacific Affairs, Vol.89. No. 2, June 2016, pp.480-482. By Dr. Gisele Yasmeen
Urban Studies Vol.53. No.5, April 2016, pp.1063-1066. By Non Arkaraprasertkul.

Endo, Tamaki. 2013. “Risk Response of Urban Lower Class in the ‘Century of Asia, Century of City: In Case of Bangkok’”, Poster Session, 10th Japanese-German Frontier of Science Symposium 2013, Brighton Hotel, Kyoto, 1 November, 2013.2021-02-28T21:44:42+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2013. “Thailand and Japan in a Changing Asia Pacific Region: From Economic and Social Perspective”, Presented at International Seminar “Japan-Thailand Dialog” organized by Shibusawa Foundation, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Bangkok, 14 June, 2013.2021-02-28T21:44:00+09:00
Fujita, K., T. Endo, I. Okamoto, Y. Nakanishi, and M. Yamada. 2013. “Labour and Livelihood of Myanmar Migrants in Ranong under the Current Legal Environments in Thailand”, Tounan Ajia Kenkyu, Vol.50 No.2, pp.157-210. (In Japanese)2021-05-10T13:17:51+09:00

Kyoto University Research Information Repository
https://repository.kulib.kyoto-u.ac.jp/dspace/handle/2433/173865

Japanese Journal of Southeast Asian Studies Vol.50 No.2
https://kyoto-seas.org/ja/2013/01/tonan-ajia-kenkyu-50-2/

Endo, Tamaki. 2013. “Informal Economy in Thailand [13]: Life in the urban dynamics”, Taikoku Jouhou, Vol. 47 No.1, pp.11-17. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T21:04:00+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2012. “City” in Tonaga, Y., and S. Ishizaka (eds) Handbook of Sustainable Biosphere, Kyoto University Press, pp.278-279. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T21:03:06+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2012. “Risk Response of Urban Lower Class in Bangkok” in Hayami, Y., M. Nishi, and S. Kimura (eds), Rebuilding Human Sphere , Kyoto University Press, pp.239-269. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T21:02:07+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2012. “Informal Economy in Thailand [12]: Community for the informal economy workers”, Taikoku Jouhou, Vol. 46 No.6, pp.11-17. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T21:01:05+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2012. “Informal Economy in Thailand [11]: Occupational stratification and upward mobility”, Taikoku Jouhou, Vol. 46 No.5, pp.11-19. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T21:00:23+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2012. “Informal Economy in Thailand [10]: Gender stratification in the informal economy”, Taikoku Jouhou, Vol. 46 No.4, pp.10-15. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:59:37+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2012. “Informal Economy in Thailand [9]: Between Legality and Illegality”, Taikoku Jouhou, Vol. 46 No.3, pp.13-18. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:58:49+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2012. “Informal Economy in Thailand [8]: Taxi and Motorbike Driver”, Taikoku Jouhou, Vol. 46 No.2, pp.15-20. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:58:00+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2011. “Informal Economy in Thailand [7]: Grocery Shop”, Taikoku Jouhou, Vol. 45 No.6, pp.38-43. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:57:17+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2011. “Measuring Urban Poverty”, SEEDer, No.5, pp.50-55. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:56:36+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2011. “Informal Economy in Thailand [6]: Garbage collector”, Taikoku Jouhou, Vol. 45 No.5, pp.28-35. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:55:43+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2011. “Residence of Urban Lower Class in Thailand (Special Issue: Housing in the world”, IDE World Trends, Vol.191, pp.15-16. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:54:54+09:00
Goto, K., and T. Endo. 2011. “Upgrading, relocating, or going informal? Local survival strategies in the era of globalization: the case of the Thai garment industry”, Kansai University Economic Society Working Paper Series F-51.2021-02-28T20:54:04+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2011. “Informal Economy in Thailand [5]: Home-workers”, Taikoku Jouhou, Vol.45 No.3, pp.36-43. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:52:59+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2011. “Book Talk [20] Living in the city”, Taikoku Jouhou, Vol.45 No.2, pp.15-22. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:52:10+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2011. “Informal Economy in Thailand [4]: Construction Workers”, Taikoku Jouhou, Vol.45 No.1, pp.58-63. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:51:17+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2011. Living in the City: Risk Response of Urban Lower Class in Bangkok, Kyoto University Press. (In Japanese) (Awarded as the 28th Ohira Memorial Prize, in 2012).2021-02-28T20:18:36+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2010. “Informal Economy in Thailand [3]: Motorbike Taxi Driver”, Taikoku Jouhou, Vol.44 No.6, pp.41-46. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:49:55+09:00
Fujita, K., T. Endo, I. Okamoto, Y. Nakanishi, and M. Yamada. 2010. “Myanmar Migrant Laborers in Ranong, Thailand”, IDS Discussion Paper No. 257, Institute of Developing Economies (IDE).2021-02-28T20:49:00+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2010. “Informal Economy in Thailand [2]: Vendors/Hawkers”, Taikoku Jouhou, Vol.44 No.5, pp.30-36. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:48:07+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2010. “Informal Economy in Thailand [1]: Overview”, Taikoku Jouhou, Vol.44 No.4, pp.28-34. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:47:05+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2010. “Occupational Change and Upward Mobility of Low Income Residents in Bangkok”, Tounan Ajia Kenkyu, Vol.48 No.2, pp.131-154.2021-02-28T20:30:12+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2009. “Occupational Change and Upward Mobility of Low Income Residents in Bangkok”, Kyoto Working Papers on Area Studies No. 65 (G-COE Series 63).2021-02-28T20:45:47+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2009. “Informal Economy” in The Japanese Society for Thai Studies (ed), Dictionary on Thailand, Mekong Publishing, pp.60-61. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:44:38+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2008. “From Perspective of Urban Studies’, The First International Workshop ‘In search of Sustainable Humanosphere in Asia and Africa”, Global COE Program, 12-14 December, 2008.2021-02-28T21:41:24+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2008. “Informal Economy in Globalization Era: Perspective of Slum Community in Bangkok”, International Joint Workshop SAITAMA 2008 “Paradigm Changes in Development Strategies for Asian Countries: New Perspectives for the Next Decade”, 9 November, 2008.2021-02-28T21:43:11+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2008. “Women in the Informal Economy: Life course of female workers and global restructuring in Thailand”, Special lecture organized by ICMiC (Identity, Citizenship & Migration Centre), School of Sociology & Social Policy, University of Nottingham, 27 February, 2008.2021-02-28T21:40:51+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2006. “Informal Economy in Era of Globalization: From Perspective of Urban Communities in Bangkok”, Seminar of Social Research Institute Chulalongkorn University, Social Research Institute Chulalongkorn University, 3 May, 2006.2021-02-28T21:40:09+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2006. “Informal Economy and Global Restructuring: From the Perspectives of an Urban Low Income Community in Bangkok”, Selected papers from the 2nd International Conference on Culture and Development: Celebrating Diversity, Achieving Equity, by SEAMEO SPAFA, pp.10-21.2021-02-28T20:43:38+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2005. “Informal Economy & Global Restructuring: From the Perspectives of an Urban Low Income Community in Bangkok”, International Conference on “Culture and Development: Celebrating Diversity, Achieving Equity”, organized by SEAMEO SPAFA, Windsor Suites Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand, 28-30 November, 2005.2021-02-28T21:38:49+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2005. “Informal Economy in a Glocalizing World:Perspective of Slum Community in Bangkok”, The 7th Kyoto University International Symposium “Coexistence with Nature in a ‘Glocalizing’ World-Field Science Perspectives-“, Hotel Nai Lert Park, Bangkok Thailand, 23-24 November, 2005.2021-02-28T21:37:01+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2005. “Urban Communities and their Network in Bangkok” in Tishio Tasaka (ed), Higashi Asia Toshiron no kousou (Urban Plan in East Asia)’, Ochanomizu shobo, pp.423-450. (In Japanese)2021-02-28T20:41:44+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2005. “Informal Economy in a Glocalizing World:Perspective of Slum Community in Bangkok”, Proceedings of the 7th Kyoto University International Symposium on Coexistence with Nature in a ‘Glocalizing’ World-Field Science Perspectives, pp.117-126.2021-02-28T20:40:28+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2005. “From Formal to Informal? Global Restructuring and the Life Course of Women Workers in Thailand”, Gender, Technology and Development Journal, Vol.9 No.3, pp.347-372.2021-02-28T20:28:15+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2004. “From Formal to Informal? : Life Course of Female Workers and Global Restructuring in Thailand”, International Conference on “Gender, Development and Public Policy in an Era of Globalization, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand, 17-18 May 2004.2021-02-28T21:26:26+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2003. “Policies for the Urban Poor and Informal Sector Concept in Thailand: Beyond the Dualism”, Ajia Kenkyu, Vol.49 No.2, pp.64-85. (In Japanese).2021-02-28T20:27:20+09:00
Endo, Tamaki. 2002. “Promotional Policies for the Urban Informal Sector in Thailand: Analyzing from the Perspective of Policies for the Urban Poor”, Kyoto University Economic Society PhD Candidates’ Monograph Series No.200212006.2021-02-28T20:38:58+09:00
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