Faculty Introduction

Hideo YAMAGATA, Dean

Message from the Dean

The Graduate School of International Development (GSID) was established in 1991 as one of Japan’s first graduate schools dedicated to the study of international development. During the last twenty-six years, the world of international development has seen tremendous changes. Prominent among those changes is the transition last year from the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) within the international community. According to the Millennium Development Goals Report 2015 published by the United Nations, the MDGs set in...

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Graduate School of International Development

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International Economic Law Tomoko ISHIKAWA JPN ENG JPN ENG
Comparative and International Education Shoko YAMADA JPN ENG
Development Sociology Sanae ITO JPN ENG JPN
Multi-Ethnic Society Takeshi HIGASHIMURA JPN ENG JPN
Development Finance Naoko SHINKAI JPN ENG JPN ENG
Language Educational Technology Masatoshi SUGIURA JPN ENG JPN

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