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Yumiko Yamamoto

Yumiko Yamamoto
Affiliation and department:
Job title: 准教授
Research field  (2): Gender studies ,  Economic policy
Research keywords  (5): Labor ,  International Development ,  Gender ,  International Economics ,  Macroeconomics
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • 2020 - 2023 Construction of care-centered gender-aware macromodelling and policy evaluation in Japan
Papers (2):
  • Yamamoto, Yumiko. Who Cares? Reflections on an International Multidisciplinary Symposium on Care Economy. Bulletin of Institute for Education and Student Services, Okayama University. 2019. 4. 112-123
  • Yamamoto, Yumiko. International Trade, Technology, and Inequalities in Japan's Labor Market: A Gender Perspective. University of Utah. 2018
Books (9):
  • Gender Equality and the Sustainable Development Goals in Asia and the Pacific
    Asian Development Bank and UN Women 2018
  • Now is the Time! Reduce and redistribute the unpaid domestic and care work burden of women for sustainable development
    United Nations Development Programme 2018
  • Key Results of the Regional Consultation on the SDG Baseline Publication: Evidence-based Policy Advocacy for Gender Equality and Localisation of the SDGs in Asia and the Pacific
  • Trade Winds of Change: Women Entrepreneurs on the Rise in South Asia
    United Nations Development Programme 2016
  • Gender Equality and Women’s Rights in Myanmar: A Situation Analysis
    Asian Development Bank and United Nations 2016
Lectures and oral presentations  (10):
  • エッセンシャル・ケアワーカーの待遇改善に向けて -放課後児童クラブ支援員を事例に-
    (日本フェミニスト経済学会2021年度大会 2021)
  • Advancing gender-responsive budgeting in Asia and the Pacific,”
    (UNESCAP Regional Forum on Gender-responsive Budgeting in Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand 2017)
  • Role of Women Entrepreneurs in Sustainable Development for South Asia
    (8th South Asia Economic Summit, Islamabad, Pakistan 2015)
  • The Social Organization of Care in Japan
    (Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Care Economy Forum - Challenges for Integral Public Policies, San Jose, Costa Rica 2015)
  • Overview of the LDC graduation criteria and process
    (National Workshop "LDC Graduation: Processes and Implications," Thimphu, Bhutan 2015)
Professional career (1):
  • PhD(Economics) (University of Utah)
Work history (5):
  • 2019/09 - 現在 Okayama University Discovery Program for Global Learners Associate Professor
  • 2018/05 - 2019/08 Okayama University Center for Global Partnerships and Education Lecturer
  • 2016/07 - 2018/04 International Development Consultant
  • 2005/06 - 2016/06 United Nations Development Programme Asia-Pacific Regional Centre Gender and Trade Programme Advisor (2005-2009), Policy Specialist (2010-2016)
  • 2004/08 - 2005/06 University of Utah Economics Department, College of Social and Behavioral Science Instructor, Summer Intensive Program Assistant Director
Association Membership(s) (2):
The Japan Association for Feminist Economics ,  International Association for Feminist Economics
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