Mari Tanaka

Mari is Assistant Professor at Hitotsubashi University.

Content by Mari Tanaka
  • Project

    Scoping visit on evidence and voice for minimum wage revisions

    Across the globe, workers and unions have played a key role in raising minimum wages through participation at policy dialogues or strikes. Their expectations about minimum wages and the ways they influence policy dialogue are important for sustainable industry growth. While minimum wage may ensure fair compensation for workers, it may come at the cost of firm closures and...

    10 Oct 2019 | Virginia Minni, Mari Tanaka, Laura Boudreau

  • Publication - Working Paper

    Industrial relations and workplace communication in Myanmar garment sector

    16 Apr 2019 | Mari Tanaka, Virginia Minni, Hanh Nguyen, Rocco Macchiavello

  • Project

    Organisational structure of trade unions in Myanmar

    Healthy industrial relations, or peaceful negotiations between workers and employers based on mutual benefits, is a key factor for sustained productivity growth. In developing countries, industrial relations are relatively immature, and issues of industrial disputes and strikes are becoming huge political concerns. However, little is known about industrial relations and...

    26 Jan 2017 | Rocco Macchiavello, Mari Tanaka, Sindy Li