Chizuko Sato

  Institute of Developing Economies, IDE-JETRO
Research Fields I am studying politics and societies in South Africa with a focus on issues surrounding land and labor migration. In particular, I am currently interested in restructuring the relationship between agriculture, people and farming communities in Africa through land reform, how identities connected to the land change over time, and issues of social integration among immigrants and refugees from African countries.
Main Works
  • Chizuko Sato, 2016. “In Pursuit of Safety and Opportunity: Livelihood Strategies of Congolese Asylum-seekers and Refugees in Cape Town, South Africa”, Paper presented at the 4th Pécs African Studies Conference, African Globalities – Global Africans, 9-10 June, University of Pécs, Hungary.
  • Kumiko Makino and Chizuko Sato, eds., 2013. Public Policy and Transformation in South Africa after Democratisation, IDE Spot Survey 33, Chiba: Institute of Developing Economies, 121pp.
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