This post is based on a recent article published in the Asian Studies Review. The article can be read here and is currently available open-access to all readers. How Skilled Labour Migration from Asia is Shaping the World As the world has become more interconnected and globalised, skilled labour migration has become increasingly important in …
Dr Iori Hamada is a Lecturer in Japanese Studies at Monash University, Australia. Her research focuses on understanding how shared systems of ideas shape individuals’ transnational experiences, which are influenced by factors such as culture, race, gender, ethnicity, nationality, social status, geographical location and other variables. In 2019, Iori received the Institute of Social Science and Oxford University Press Prize for her co-authored journal article titled ‘Silent Exits: Risk and Post-3.11 Skilled Migration from Japan to Australia’. In 2021, she was awarded a Higher Education Academy Fellowship by Advance HE in the United Kingdom. Her monograph, ‘The Japanese Restaurant: Tasting the New Exotic in Australia’, is scheduled to be published by Routledge in 2023. Twitter: @hamada_iori
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