Japan-ASEAN Transdisciplinary Studies Working Paper Series

Purpose

Japan-ASEAN Transdisciplinary Studies Working Paper Series (TDWPS) has been established at the Japan-ASEAN Transdisciplinary Studies Project (J-ASEAN), Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS), Kyoto University, to promote transdisciplinary research.

The TDWPS aims to serve as a platform for rapid dissemination of research findings on transdisciplinary studies and faciliate active discussions with a wider audience.

Contact Us

For questions regarding paper submission, please contact us by email at:
japan-asean[at]cseas.kyoto-u.ac.jp

・Any opinions expressed are those of authors and do not necessarily reflect those of J-ASEAN. The copyright of each paper is held by authors.
・Papers are downloadable and printable for personal, non-commercial use only.

Format and style

Please follow the following format and style.

  1. Page format
    A4 size
  2. Font
    Times New Roman 10-12pt
  3. Papers in languages other than English should be accompanied by a title, an abstract, and authors’ names and affiliations in English.
  4. Authors should be identified by an asterisk (*), affiliation and contact details (e-mail address) given as a footnote to the first page.

 

Japan-ASEAN Transdisciplinary Studies Working Paper 2018 / 2017

Your paper will also be uploaded on the Kyoto University repository KURENAI.

Japan-ASEAN Transdisciplinary Studies Series 1(February 2018)

Title: Impact of Foreign Entry in Banking Sector:
Case of Thailand during 1999 – 2014
Author: Wanxue Lu / Fumiharu Mieno
Language: English

Japan-ASEAN Transdisciplinary Studies Series 2(October 2018)

Title: Preliminary analysis of built environment and cause specific visits to community health centres in Medan city, Indonesia
Author: Soo Chen Kwan / Iin Juliani Saragih
Language: English

Japan-ASEAN Transdisciplinary Studies Series 3(January 2019)

Title: Some Remarks on the Causal Inference for Historical Persistence
Author: Katsuo Kogure
Language: English

 

Japan-ASEAN Transdisciplinary Studies Series 4(January 2019)

Title: Cheroots in Myanmar:
Rural Development behind the Government Policy
Author: Matsuda Masahiko
Language: English

Japan-ASEAN Transdisciplinary Studies Series 5(February 2019)

Title: The Abuse of Entrusted Power for Private Gain: Meaning, Nature and Theoretical Evolution
Author: Joseph Pozsgai-Alvarez
Language: English

Japan-ASEAN Transdisciplinary Studies Series 6(March 2019)

Title: What motivates developing countries to diversify sources of renewable energy?
Author: Moises Neil V. Seriño
Language: English

Japan-ASEAN Transdisciplinary Studies Series 7(April 2019)

Title: Conflict, Institutions, and Economic Behavior: Legacies of the Cambodian Genocide
Author: Katsuo Kogure / Yoshito Takasaki
Language: English

Japan-ASEAN Transdisciplinary Studies Series 8(August 2019)

Title: Bridging the Disciplinary Divide: 50 years of Research at the Center for Southeast Asian Studies
Author: Kono Yasuyuki / Nathan Badenoch / Mario Ivan Lopez
Language: English