Rido Thath
タット リドー

プロフィール

学位Ph. D. in International Development

最終学歴名古屋大学大学院国際開発研究科博士後期課程修了

専門分野Development Economics, Agricultural Economics and Rural Poverty

主要研究テーマEconomic Growth and Income Disparity, Agricultural Trade, Cambodian Microfinance

主要担当科目

Economic Development、Economics 1・2、データ分析入門

所属学会・役職

Cambodian Economic Association

主要な研究業績
  • プロシーディングス
    Rido Thath , 2018, Microfinance in Cambodia: Development, Challenges and Prospects. Southeast Asian Studies in Asia (SEASIA) Conference 2017 “Unity in Diversity: Transgressive Southeast Asia”, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
  • 学術論文 単著
    Rido Thath , 2014, “Factors Affecting Cost Efficiency of Cambodian Rice Farming households”, Forum of International Development Studies, vol. 45-2, pp. 18–38
  • Working Papers
    Rido Thath, 2016, Potentials and Constraints of Cambodian Rice Export. MPRA Working Paper No.71490 available at
    https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/71490/
  • Working Papers
    Rido Thath, 2016, The Impact of Agricultural Land and Labor Productivity on Poverty: The Case of Rice Farming Households in Cam bodia. MPRA Working Paper No.70920 available at
    https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/70920/
ゼミナール紹介
演習のテーマ

Development Economics

演習の内容

 This seminar course focus on international and development economics, i. e. the economic issues in developing countries. The topics include theories of economic development, poverty and inequality, population growth and urbanization, migration, environment, trade, balance of payment, foreign direct investment(FDI) and official development assistance(ODA).

 In the seminar, students will need to actively participate in the discussion and make a presentation. The seminar will enable students to understand various development issues in developing counties and to be able to comprehend the differences between developing and developed countries, particularly between developing countries and Japan.

 This course is helpful for students who plan to work in other countries (in Japanese companies), especially in developing countries.