J-GLOBAL ID:201701011904127542   Update date: Jan. 17, 2024

Rajaonarison Haja

ラジャウナリソン ハジャ | Rajaonarison Haja
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Lecturer
Research field  (3): Politics ,  Economic policy ,  International relations
Research keywords  (9): G7 ,  Madagascar ,  Political Economy ,  Africa ,  Policy ,  Governance ,  sub-Saharan Africa ,  Food Security ,  Agricultural Development
Papers (4):
  • RAJAONARISON Haja. The New Political Economy of Agricultural Development and Food Security in sub-Saharan Africa. 2016
  • RAJAONARISON Haja Michel. In the search of the driving forces of sub-Saharan Africa's economy : an approach from orbit analysis. Ritsumeikan international affairs. 2016. 14. 23-53
  • Rajaonarison, Haja Michel. The Trilemma of Agricultural Development and Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa. Ritsumeikan international affairs. 2015. 13. 31-53
  • Haja Michel Rajaonarison. Food and human security in Sub-Saharan Africa. 4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABLE FUTURE FOR HUMAN SECURITY SUSTAIN 2013. 2014. 20. 377-385
MISC (2):
  • Hisano, Shuji, Haja M. Rajaonarison. Studying Sustainable Development in an International and Multidisciplinary Setting: An experience of international graduate education for critical agri-food studies at Kyoto University. AGST Working Paper Series No. 2016-01. 2016
  • Yang, X, Rajaonarison, H. M, Hisano, S. Financialization of agriculture in China: the role of private equity firms, agribusiness companies and local governments. AGST Working Paper Series No. 2016-02. 2016
Books (1):
  • マダガスカルの自然
    ミネルヴァ書房 2017 ISBN:9784623076284
Lectures and oral presentations  (5):
  • Mapping the political landscape in Madagascar: implications for the future of stability
    (The 24th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for Madagascar Studies 2021)
  • The governance of food system in sub-Saharan African: A preliminary outlook of the G8 New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition
    (3rd International Conference on Public Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore 2017)
  • Policy convergence towards agriculture and food systems in the Region of Southern Africa
    (The Second Annual International Conference on Sustainable Development Practice, Columbia University 2014)
  • Causalising World Politics: Can Philosophy Help? - Hidemi Sunagami
    (Forefronts of International Theory: English School, Post-Western IR, and Beyond 2014)
  • Conditional Capacity a framework to scale-up agriculture: The case of Madagascar
    (The First International Conference on Sustainable Development Practice, Columbia University, NY 2013)
Education (1):
  • 2012 - 2016 Ritsumeikan University Graduate School of International Relations PhD International Relations
Awards (3):
  • 2014/12 - IDEMITSU Kosan Business Proposal Contest
  • 2013/12 - Ritsumeikan University Best Research Proposal Contest (2nd prize) Best Research Proposal Contest
  • 2012/05 - St. Gallen Symposium 42 Leaders of Tomorrow Wing of Excellence
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