TAKAGI, Yusuke

Position Associate Professor
Degree Doctor of the Science of Law、Keio University
Specialty Area Studies (Southeast Asia), Political Science
Current Research Interests State Building, Policymaking

 

  •  Career

Yusuke Takagi is an Associate Professor at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Tokyo, JAPAN. He receives the Doctor of the Science of Law from Keio University. Before joining GRIPS, he worked at De La Salle University – Manila and the Embassy of Japan in the Philippines. He teaches graduate courses on political science focusing on Southeast Asian countries as well as other emerging countries. 

 

 

  • Selected publications

Yusuke Takagi, “Filipin no Chiikisyugi Gaiko to Nishitaiheiyourengo (The Philippine Regional Diplomacy and the Western Pacific Union)”, in Shinichi Kitaoka ed. Nishitaiheiyorengo no Susume: Nihon no Atarashii Chiseigaku (A Proposal For a Western Pacific Union), Toyo Keizai, 2021, pp.79-104.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Tonanaziashokoku no taityusenryaku to Nihonheno aratanakitai : Filipin, Shingaporu, Betonamu no sentaku (Southeast Asian Countries' Strategy toward China and a New Expectation toward Japan: The Choices of the Philippines, Singapore, and Vietnam)”, Chuokoron, 135(10), 2021, pp.76-83.

 

Yusuke Takagi, ed. "Faces of Local Transformation: Policy Coalitions and Socio-economic Development in the Philippines", Special Issue, Southeast Asian Studies, 10(2), 2021, pp.197-312

 

Yusuke Takagi, "Policy Making after Revolution: The Faces of Local Transformation of the Philippines", Southeast Asian Studies, 10(2), 2021,  pp.199-221.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “The Philippine Foreign and Security Policy Perspective”, Security Studies, 3 (2), 2021, pp.1-11.

 

Yusuke Takagi, "The nexus of nationalism and internationalism: the journey of a ‘diplomat’ after the galleons", The Philippine Review of Economics, 57(2), 2020,  pp.49-68.

 

Mitsuya Araki (author), Akira Suehiro, Taizo Miyagi, Keiko Chino and Yusuke Takagi eds. Kokusaikyoryoku no Sengoshi (The History of International Cooperation), Toyo Keizai Shinposha, 2020.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Filipin no Seijikadai to Kokkakensetsu (Policy Making as State Building in the Philippines)”, in Akihiko Tanaka and Shin Kawashima eds. Nijyusseiki no Higashiaziashi III (20th Century East Asia: A New History), Tokyo University Press, 2020, pp.35-78.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Chugoku no Kaiyoushinshyutsu to Indotaiheiyou Chiikichitsujyo no yukue: Betonamu to Filipin wo jirei ni (China's Maritime Aggression and the Future of Indo Pacific Order: A Case Study of Vietnam and the Philippines)”, Chuokoron, 134(10), 2020, pp.128-141. 

 

Yusuke Takagi, "Comment on, Dutertenomics: Populism, Progress and Prospects”, Asian Economic Policy Review, 15(2), 2020, pp.280-281.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Shokuminchishihai to Nashonarizumu (Colonial Rule and Nationalism)”, in Takeshi Kawanaka and Koichi Kawamura eds. Kyoyo no Tounan Azia Gendaishi (Southeast Asian History in Liberal Arts), Mineruva shobo, 2020, pp. 25-40.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Nijyuisseiki Filipin seijikeizai no henka to keizoku -Rengo Seiji ni motozuku itikosatsu- (Changes and Continuities of the 21st Century Philippine Politics: A Case Study of Coalition Politics)”, in Chie Kashiwabara ed. Nijyuisseiki no Filipin keizai, seiji, sangyo –Saigo no ryu ni nareruka? - (The Economy, Politics and Industry of the 21st Century Philippines: Can it be the Last Dragon?), IDE-JETRO, 2019, pp. 41-69.

 

Yusuke Takagi, Veerayooth Kanchoochat and Tetsushi Sonobe eds. Developmental State Building: The Politics of Emerging Economies, Springer Open, 2019.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Review Airticle, Rethinking the Role of Individuals in Philippine Political Studies: A Reviev of Elites and Ilustrados in Philippine Culture (Caroline S. Hau) and Liberalism and the Postcolony: Thinking the State in 20th-Century Philippines (Lisandro E. Claudio)”, AJIA KEIZAI, 59(3), 2018, pp.32-44.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Coalition politics and the contested democracy in the Philippines”, in Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao ed. Middle Class, Civil Society and Democracy in Asia, NY: Routledge, 2019, pp.102-118.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Research outlook: Philippine Political Studies in the 21st Century; Institutions, Agencies, and Regions”, Southeast Asia: History and Culture, 47, 2018, pp.68-80.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Nasyonarizumuwo umidasu kozo, seido, bourei (Nationalism: Structures, Institutions and Specters)”, in Koichi Kawamura ed. Tonan asia seijino hikaku kenkyu: kenkyukai tyukan hokoku (A Comparative Study on Southeast Asian Politics: Interim Report), IDE-JETRO, 2018, pp. 1-12.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Economic nationalism and its legacy”, in Mark R. Thompson and Eric Vincent C. Batalla eds. Routledge Handbook of the Contemporary Philippines, NY: Routledge, 2018, pp.254-261.

 

Maria Thaemar Tana and Yusuke Takagi, “Japan’s foreign relations with the Philippines: A case of evolving Japan in Asia”, in James D.J. Brown and Jeff Kingston eds. Japan’s Foreign Relations in Asia, NY: Routledge, 2018, pp.312-328.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Duterteseiken no Gaikoseisaku: Filipin ni okeru shinajiarosen no mosaku to kadai (Foreign Policy of the Duterte Administration: Challenges for His “Pro-Asia” Foreign Policy)”, Kokusaimondai (International affairs), 665, 2017, pp.20-29.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Policy coalitions and ambitious politicians: A case study on the Philippine social policy reform”, Philippine Political Science Journal, 38 (1), 2017, pp. 28-47.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Filipin Duterteseiken no seiji: Minshukago no seijihatten to edosarengo (The Politics of the Duterte Administration: Revisiting the EDSA Coalition in Philippine Political Development)”, Asteion , 86, 2017, pp.45-60.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Touchi (Governance)”, in Yamamoto Nobuto eds. Tounan Ajia chiiki nyuumon (Introduction to Southeast Asian Area Studies: Politics), Keio University Press, 2017, pp.121-136.

 

Yusuke Takagi, Central Banking as State Building: Policymakers and Their Nationalism in the Philippines, 1933-1964. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, Kyoto: Kyoto University Press, Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 2016. Winner of the 2018 Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Prize, Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Foundation

National University of Singapore Press
Kyoto University Press
Ateneo de Manila University Press

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Dokuritsugo no ayumi (The Politics after Independence)”, “Daitouryou (Presidents)”, “Taibeikankei (Philippine-U.S. Relations)”, “Ajia gaikou (The Philippines in Asia)”, in Takushi Oono, Nobutaka Suzuki and Wataru Kusaka eds. Filipin wo shirutame no rokujyuyon shou (64 Chapters to understand the Philippines), 2016, pp.129-134、pp.202-206、pp.253-257、pp.258-262.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Book Review, Cesar Virata: Life and Times; Through Four Decades of Philippine Economic History”, Philippine Political Science Journal, 37(1), 2016, pp.67-69.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Book Review, YAMANE Takeshi, Military and Politics in the Philippines: Civilian Supremacy and Political Involvement after Democratization”, Aziya Kenkyu (Asian Studies), 60 (4), 2014, pp. 84-88.

 

Yusuke Takagi, "The 'Filipino First' Policy and the Central Bank, 1958–1961: Island of State Strength and Economic Decolonization", Philippine Studies: Historical and Ethnographic Viewpoints, 62(2), 2014, pp. 233-261.

 

Yusuke Takagi,“Beyond the Colonial State: Central Bank Making as State Building in the 1930s”, Southeast Asian Studies, 3(1), 2014, pp. 85-117.

 

Yusuke Takagi, "Book Review, Nathan G. Quimpo, Contested Democracy and the Left in the Philippines after Marcos", Aziya Kenkyu (Asian Studies), 58 (1・2), 2012, pp. 102-106.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Seitou Shisutem to Reisen no Kokunaika, 1946-1948: Filipin ni okeru Nidai Seitou kan no Tairitsu to Kyouchou (The Emergence of Political Cleavage in the Philippines: The Changing Party System and the Cold War in the Post Independence Era)”, Aziya Kenkyu (Asian Studies), 55 (3), 2009, pp. 18-34.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Politics of the Great Debate in the 1950s: Revisiting Economic Decolonization in the Philippines”, Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies, 23 (1), 2008, pp.91-114.

 

Yamamoto Nobuto and Yusuke Takagi. “Tounan Ajia Shokoku no Nihon Imeiji Saikou: Toi Sonzai, Mijikana ‘Nihon’, Kitai (Revisiting the Japanese Image in Southeast Asia)”, in Yutaka Oishi and Yamamoto Nobuto eds. Imeiji no naka no Nihon: Sofuto pawa Saiko (Japan in Image: Revisiting Soft Power), Keio University Press, 2008, pp. 155-186.

 

Yusuke Takagi, “Filipin Seiji ni okeru ‘America’ (‘America’ in Philippine Politics)”, In GSEC, Keio University ed. Thyousa Houkokusho: Beigun Kichi ni kansuru Media to Yoron no Hikaku Kenkyu (Research Report: Comparative Study of Media and Public Opinion on the U.S. Bases Affairs), Asian Security System Research Project, GSEC, Keio University, 2008, pp.61-75.

 

7-22-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-8677

TEL : +81-(0)3-6439-6000     FAX : +81-(0)3-6439-6010

PAGE TOP

Print Out