Yasushi Ueki

Yasushi Ueki

Economist





EXPERTISE


Industrial Development

EDUCATION


2004

Ph.D. (International Public Policy),
Osaka University, Japan

1999

M.A. (Economics),
University of Tokyo, Japan

1994

B.A. (Economics),
Waseda University, Japan

EXPERIENCE


2014-present

Economist, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA)

1999 - 2014

Research Fellow, Institute of Developing Economies (IDE), Japan

2002 - 2005

Expert, United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), Chile

1994 - 1997

Researcher, LTCB (Long-Term Credit Bank of Japan) Research Institute, Inc., Japan

Recent Publications


"Supply Chain Collaboration and Firm Performance in the Thai Automotive and Electronics Industries," (with Chawalit Jeenanunta, Thunyalak Visanvetchakij) Global Business Perspectives, (2013), 1(4): 418-432.

"Transport Modal Choice by Multinational Firms: Firm-level Evidence from Southeast Asia," (with Kazunobu Hayakawa, Kiyoyasu Tanaka), International Economic Journal, (2013), 27(4): 609-623.

Special Issue: Outward Foreign Direct Investment and Innovations from ASEAN and India, (edited with Patarapong Intarakumnerd, Fukunari Kimura) Asian Journal of Technology Innovation, (2013), 1(s1): 1-178.

"Knowledge Transfer Channels to Vietnam for Process Improvement," (with Tomohiro Machikita), Management Decision, (2013), 51(5): 954-972.

"The Geographic Extent of Global Supply Chains: Evidence from Southeast Asia," (with Tomohiro Machikita), Asian-Pacific Economic Literature, (2012), 26(2):72-87.

"Interactive Learning-driven Innovation in Upstream-Downstream Relations: Evidence from Mutual Exchanges of Engineers in Developing Economies," (with Tomohiro Machikita), International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development, (2012), 5(4): 346-366.

Special Issue: Automotive Industry in Emerging Asian Economies," (edited with Patarapong Intarakumnerd, Atsushi Sunami) Asian Journal of Technology Innovation, (2012), 20(S1):1-131.

OP-EDS


Promoting Innovation

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