Rie Makita

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Dr. Rie Makita

Gakushuin University


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Rie Makita is a professor at Gakushuin University, Japan. Her policy research and advisory work for development agencies has focused on rural development and sustainable livelihoods in Asia and Africa. She is the author of Livelihood Diversification and Landlessness in Rural Bangladesh (2007, The University Press, Dhaka).
Rie Makita's publications

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Makita 2011 A confluence of Fair Trade and organic agriculture in southern India Development in Practice 21 (2) : 205-217.   English Journal Link
Makita 2012 Fair Trade Certification: The Case of Tea Plantation Workers in India Development Policy Review 30 (1) : 87-107.   English Journal Link
Makita 2012 Fair Trade and organic initiatives confronted with Bt cotton in Andhra Pradesh, India: A paradox Geoforum 43 (6) : 1232-1241.   English Journal Link
Makita 2015 Fair trade and Plantation Workers in Asia Handbook of Research on Fair Trade pp. 491–508 Edited by Laura T. Raynolds and Elizabeth A. Bennett English Book section Link
Makita 2016 A Role of Fair Trade Certification for Environmental Sustainability Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 29 (2) : 185-201.   English Journal Link
Makita 2016 Livelihood diversification with certification-supported farming: The case of land reform beneficiaries in the Philippines Asia Pacific Viewpoint 57 (1) : 44–59.   English Journal Link
Makita, Tsuruta 2017 Fair Trade and Organic Initiatives in Asian Agriculture: The Hidden Realities   London & New York: Routledge. English Book Link
Makita 2018 Application of Fair Trade certification for wild plants: lessons from a FairWild project in India International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology online first English Journal Link