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- Professor, the Faculty of International Social Sciences, Gakushuin University
- Visiting research fellow, Collegium de Lyon, Lyon, France (-2013)
- Director of Institute of Social Science, the University of Tokyo (-2012)
- Professor, Institute of Social Science, the University of Tokyo
- Associate Professor, Institute of Social Science, the University of Tokyo
- Ph.D. of Economics (the University of Tokyo)
- Associate Professor, Osaka City University
- Visiting Research Fellow, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand (-1983)
- Researcher at the Institute of Developing Economies (Ajia Keizai Kenkyusho)
- M.A. of Graduate School of Economics, the University of Tokyo
- Suehiro, Akira (2014). "Technocracy and Thaksinocracy in Thailand: Reforms of the Public Sector and the Budget System under the Thaksin Government, ”Southeast Asian Studies, Vo.3, No.2, August, pp.299-344.
- Suehiro, Akira and Natenapha Wailerdsak (2014). “Family Business Groups in Thailand: Coping with Management Critical Points,” Asia Pacific Journal of Management, No.31, August, pp.997-1018.
- Suehiro, Akira (2014). Shinkou Ajia Keizairon: Kyacchiappu wo Koete (In Search of Emerging Asian Economies: Beyond Catch-up type Industrialization), Iwanami Publisher, 240 pp.
- Suehiro, Akira and Natenapha Wailerdsak (2013). “Thailand: Post- Developmentalist Capitalism”in Michae A. Witt and Gorden Redding (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Asian Business System, Oxford: Oxford University Press, October 2013, pp.258-280.
- Natenapha Wailerdsak and Suehiro, Akira (2010). “Business Groups in Thailand” in Asli M. Colpan et al (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Business Groups, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 237-266.
- Suehiro, Akira (2009). Tai: chusinkoku no Mosaku (Thailand: Challenge A Middle-income Country), Iwanami Pocketbook, 230 + 17pp.
- Suehiro, Akira (2008). Catch-up Industrialization: The Trajectory and Prospects of East Asian Economies, Singapore: National University of Singapore Press.
- Suehiro, Akira (2005). "Who Manages and Who Damages the Thai Economy? The Technocracy, the Four Core Agencies System and Dr. Puey's Networks," in T. Shiraishi and P. N. Abinales (eds.), After the Crisis: Hegemony, Technocracy and Governance in Southeast Asia, Kyoto: Kyoto University Press, March, pp.15-68.
- Suehiro, Akira (1989). Capital Accumulation in Thailand, 1855-1985, Tokyo: UNESCO The Center for East Asian Cultural Studies.
OthersAcademic leaders of joint research projects with research funds granted by the Ministry of Education, Scineces, and Technology.
- Chair, Comparison of Social Changes in Eight East Asian Countries/Region by Using Population Census Surveys, April 2014- March 2017
- Member, Interaction between Economic Transformation and Political Changes in Emerging States, April 2013- March 2018
- Chair, Employment Security and Responses to Newly Emerging Social Risks in East Asia, April 2011- March 2014
- Chair, Livelihood Security and Pension Schemes/Retirement Funds in East Asia, April 2008- March 2011
- Chair, Company Benefits and State's Social Security System in East Asia, April 2005- March 2008