Publications

Publications

Michihiro Yamaguchi, Masahiro Ogiyama, Kentaro Sato


[2019]

"Reassessing Modern Japanese History from Fairness(Kousei kara tou Kindai Nihonshi, Yoshida shoten, Publishers, 2019

Hikari Ishido


[2015]

"Services in ASEAN+1 FTAs”, chapter 5 (pp.115-148) in Christopher Findlay (ed), ASEAN and Regional Free Trade Agreements, London: Routledge, 2015

“Economic Impacts of FTAs on Trade in Services: Some Empirics in East Asia”, Journal of International Commerce, Economics and Policy, Vol.6, No.2 (online, 20 pages), 2015 

Junko Nanahoshi


[2016]

“A Consideration of Expectations in Nursing Education Regarding Relationshipswith Patients ― Main Focus on Textbook Analysis of High School Nursing Departments ―,” Proceedings of The 7th Indonesia - Japan Joint Scientific Symposium (IJJSS 2016), pp.178-185, 2016

Workshops

Hikari Ishido

"Overview on RTAs/FTAs: Utilization of SMEs in the Region" -APEC official conference Public- Private Dialogue on Identifying and Addressing Difficulties and Challenges that Hinder SMEs from Taking Trade Benefits and Advantages of RTAs/FTAs in the Region (January 7-8, 2016 Hanoi, Viet Nam)

Akiko Oishi

“Work-life Balance Policies and Time Spent on Care in East Asia”, International Conference on Policy and Practice for Foreign Domestic Caring Workers in Asia, Risk Society and Policy Research Center, College of Social Sciences (March 17-18, 2016 National Taiwan University)

“Mothers’ nonstandard work hours and investment in children in Japan” International Seminar on “Family, Life course and Wellbeing in Asia and Beyond” (May 24-25, 2016 Academia Sinica (Taiwan))

“Mothers' nonstandard work schedules and their effect on children's well-being in Japan” (Impact of Flexible, Unstable Work Schedules on Family Care Arrangements and Children's Well-being)(June 26, 2016 Meiji University)

“Mothers’ nonstandard working hours and its effect on children” Third ISA Forum of Sociology (July 13, 2016 University of Vienna)

“An Empirical Analysis of Time Use of Women with Children between Taiwan and Japan” AASSA Regional Workshop-Role of Science for Inclusive Society (March 2, 2017 Science Council of Japan)

Eriko Hamada

“Comparing Social Investment Strategies in South Korea and Japan” (co-authored with Mari Miura, Sophia Lee, and Seung-Ho Baek), The World Politics of Social Investment, Science Po, (March 9-11, 2017 Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris)

Junko Nanahoshi

“A Consideration of Expectations in Nursing Education Regarding Relationships with Patients ― Main Focus on Textbook Analysis of High School Nursing Departments ―," The 7th Indonesia - Japan Joint Scientific Symposium (2016 IJJSS)

Ryota Nakai

"The “New Fairness” and Left-Libertarianism", Grobal Progrum Symposium (2016 Chiba University)

Akiko Fuchu

”How parents' thinking and behavior work for their unmarried daughters”, Indonesia Japan Joint Scientific Symposium(IJJSS) 2016, Social Studies, Chiba University(November 20-24, Chiba University)

”Determinants for Love Marriage of Unmarried Women in the Tokyo Metropolis: Going Beyond Traditional Gender Equality Norms”, Grobal Progrum Symposium (2016 Chiba University)

Jiro Mizushima・Yumi Hinohara

“Immigration, Labour and Welfare in Western Europe: Exclusion and Inclusion”, International Symposium on Migration, Gender and Labour in East Asia (2016 Chiba University)

Hiroyuki Minagawa

“Regelungen zur Arbeitnehmerüberlassung im japanischen Arbeitsrecht – bisherige Entwicklung und aktuelle Debatte”, Das gemeinsame Seminar der Universitäten Wien und Kyoto 2015: Prekäre Arbeit, Universität Kyoto

“Recent Employment Situation and Legislation in Japan”, International Symposium on Migration,  Gender and Labour in East Asia (2016 Chiba University)

"Altersgrenze und Weiterbeschäftigung vor dem Hintergrund der Rentenreform in Japan”, Symposion: Nachhaltiges Arbeits- und Sozialrecht in der alternden Gesellschaft in Japan und Deutschland (February 17, 2017 University of Bonn)

Awards

Jiro Mizushima


[2017]

"Populism: Nemesis for Democracy or Promise for Reform?", written by Professor Jiro Mizushima, wins 38th Ishibashi Tanzan Award! "Populism: Nemesis for Democracy or Promise for Reform?", written by our project leader Professor Jiro Mizushima, was awarded the 38th Ishibashi Tanzan Award. This award is presented to publications that contribute the most in succeeding and advancing Ishibashi Tanzan’s commitment to liberalism, democracy, and international pacifism. The book places the rise of populism within the historical development of democracy in Europe, Latin America, the US, and Japan, in order to critically assess its implications and consequences. More than 40,000 copies have been published, a remarkable number for an academic publication.