Guenwoo Lee

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Guenwoo Lee
Specially Appointed Research Associate, R510, Ext. 8664

Current Position

2021 Specially Appointed Research Associate at Hitotsubashi Institute for Advanced Study, Hitotsubashi University


2018 Ph D. in International Studies, The University of Tokyo
2015 MA in International Studies, The University of Tokyo
2013 BA in International Studies, Takushoku University

Research Interests

growth and development, poverty reduction, ICT4D, farmer-to-farmer extension


Refereed journal articles

Lee, G., & Suzuki, A. (2020). Motivation for information exchange in a virtual community of practice: Evidence from a Facebook group for shrimp farmers. World Development, 125, 104698.
Lee, G., Suzuki, A., & Nam, V. H. (2019). Effect of network-based targeting on the diffusion of good aquaculture practices among shrimp producers in Vietnam. World Development, 124, 104641.
Lee, G., Suzuki, A., & Vu, H. N. (2019). The determinants of detecting veterinary drug residues: Evidence from shrimp farmers in southern Viet Nam. Aquaculture Economics & Management, 23(2), 135-157.
Lee, G. & Suzuki, A. (2019). Evaluating the Impact of Market Information System on Coffee Producers’ Revenues and Profits in Ethiopia. The Study of International Development, 18(2), 23-39 (In Japanese).

Refereed book chapter

Pratiwi, A., Lee, G., & Suzuki, A. Company–Community Partnership and Climate Change Adaptation Practices: The Case of Smallholders Coffee Farmers in Lampung, Indonesia. In Climate Change Research, Policy and Actions in Indonesia (pp. 79-98). Springer, Cham.

Working Papers

Lee, G., Lee, C., Kim, Y., & Choi, J. Who Adopts Industry 4.0 Technology?.
Lee, G., Suzuki, A., & Kim, Y. The Effects of Providing Market Information on Farmers’ Bargaining Power and Market Participation: Evidence from Smallholder Coffee Producers in Ethiopia.
Suzuki, A., Nam, V. H., & Lee, G. Inducing Smallholders to Comply with International Standards: Evidence from the Shrimp Sector in Vietnam.
Pratiwi, A., Lee, G., & Marjanen, H. Intra-Household Gender Dynamics and Sustainable Agricultural Technology Adoption: Evidence from Indonesian Rural Household.

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