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Makio Yamada (DPhil Oxon) is a researcher studying political economy and international relations. Over the past ten years he has written on the political economy of economic diversification in Saudi Arabia and Saudi-East Asian economic relations. He is currently working on the comparative-historical political economy of development.

Contact: makio.yamada "at" lincoln.oxon.org






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Recent Publications


"Introduction: Revisiting Rentierism - with a Short Note by Giacomo Luciani", British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 47 (1), 2020: 1-5 (with Steffen Hertog). View

"Can a Rentier State Evolve to a Production State?: An 'Institutional Upgrading' Approach", British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 47 (1), 2020: 24-41. View

"Can Saudi Arabia Move beyond 'Production with Rentier Characteristics'?: Human Capital Development in the Transitional Oil Economy", Middle East Journal, 72 (4), 2018: 587-609. View