International and Public Administration

Fields of specialization: Public law, constitutional law, representative democracy, election, political party, parliament
Degree: Doctor of Law at Hitotsubashi University

Major publications:

  1. ・Rencontre franco-japonaise autour des transfers de concepts juridiques (jointly worked La notion de représentation. L'idée individualiste et la représentation territoriale Mare&Martin pp.205-214 2014
  2. ・Le principe d'egalite du suffrage et la circonscription administrative Vol.9,No.3,pp.97-111 2010 Bulletin of university, institute, etc. ISSN 1347-0388

Fields of specialization: Intergovernmental relationships and New Public management
Degree: Ph.D, Interdisciplinary Studies of Social Sciences (The University of Tokyo)

Major publications:

  1. ・The Increase and Impact of Local Governments in the United States, CITY PLANNING REVIEW Vol.67,No.5,pp.50-55 2018 Academic journal, ISSN 0495-9280
  2. ・It is not time for local governments to compete with each other. Intensive investment in key base cities nationwide is urgently needed. Chuo Koron No.1568,pp.46-53 2014 Other, ISBN 4910061010749
SHIMOYAMA, Kenji
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Fields of specialization:Administrative Law
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KOHYAMA, Hiroyuki
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Fields of specialization:Tax Law
Degree:S.J.D. (Harvard Law School (U.S.A.))

Major publications:

  1. ・Treatise on Japanese Taxation 2nd edition(Allotment Writing) Chapter 6: Consumption Tax Yuhikaku pp.213-242 2015, ISBN 978-4-641-13178-1
  2. ・International Aspects of the U.S. Tax System: An Analysis of Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Jurist No.1516,pp.26-31 2018
IZUMI, Tomonori
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Fields of specialization:Local Administration
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Fields of specialization: International relations, international political economy, globalization and changes in technology policies
Degree: Received Doctoral degree from Hitotsubashi in 2000.

Additional graduate work at Columbia University (1991-93) and a visiting scholar at University of California, Berkeley (2009-11), both with Fulbright Scholarship.
He has been teaching International Relations and International Political Economy since the start of IPP.

Major publications:

  1. ・Linking Trade and Security (co-authored, Springer, 2013), Japan's Diplomacy Series no.5 (co-authored, Iwanami-Shoten, 2013, in Japanese)
  2. ・"Highly-Skilled Immigrants in Global Political Economy," Hitotsubashi Journal of Law and Politics Vol.41, February 2013, Whither Free Trade Agreements? (co-authored, Institute of Developing Economics, 2003)
  3. ・Neo-Techno-Nationalism: Technology and International Relations in an Age of Glocalization (Yuhikaku, 2001, in Japanese).
AKIYAMA, Nobumasa
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Fields of specialization: International politics, International security
Degree:Ph.D (Hitotsubashi University)

Major publications:

  1. ・NPT: Nuclear Global Governance(Editing and Writing), Chapter 1 Establishment of NPT Iwanami pp.1-38 2015 ISBN 978-4-00-022291-4
  2. ・The War That Must Never Be Fought (jointly worked), Japan's Nuclear Disarmament Dilemma the Hoover Institution, pp.436-469 2015
  3. ・The Compliance Structure of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime and Japan's Non-Proliferation Policy Assets, Hitotsubashi journal of law and politics Vol.41,pp.11-23 2013, ISSN 0073-2796
Aono, Toshihiko
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Fields of specialization:International relations, US diplomatic history
Degree: Ph.D. (University of California, Santa Barbara)

Major publications:

  1. ・An Introduction to International History (jointly worked) Chaps. 6-10 (From the 1930s to the end of the Cold War) Yuhikaku pp.102-203 2018 ISBN 978-4-641-15052-2
  2. ・Power Shift and Global Governance(jointly worked) "Alliance" Yuhikaku Publicher pp.57-77 2018
  3. ・"It is not easy for the United States to carry the whole load': Anglo-American Relations during the Berlin Crisis, 1961-1962" Diplomatic History Vol.34,No.2 2010 Academic journal

Fields of specialization: International relations, Japan's foreign Policy, democracy support, foreign aid
Degree: Ph.D.(The George Washington University)

Major publications:

  1. ・Japan's Democracy Support to Indonesia: Weak Involvement of Civil Society Actors, Asian Survey, vol. 56, no. 5 (2016), pp. 905-930.
  2. ・Japan's Strategic Approach to Democracy Support, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (2014)
  3. ・Understanding Japanese Democracy Assistance, The Carnegie Papers (2013), pp. 1-27

Fields of specialization: International history
Degree: Received his LLM and Ph.D. in law from Hitotsubashi University

Born in Seoul, Korea in 1970.
Visiting researcher at Seoul National University, Korea (2013-2014).

Major publications:

  1. ・"Asian Diplomacy" of the Kishi Administration: the Paradox of "Asianism"
  2. ・"Autonomous Diplomacy toward the United States" (Kokusaishoin, 2008, in Japanese)
  3. ・"Hallyu (Korean Wave)" and " Illyu (Japanese Wave)": Opening the New Era of Korea-Japan Relations, NHK Publishing, 2010 (in Japanese)
  4. ・Contemporary History of Nationalism of Japan, China, Korea(co-author, Nihonkeizaihyoronsha, 2006 (in Japanese)
  5. ・Going Oriental: Football After World Cup 2002, (co-author, Mainstream Publishing, 2002 (in English)
  6. ・"The Evolution of "New Hallyu (Korean Wave)" and Korea-Japan Relations", Research Committee on Japan-Korea Mutual Recognition (ed.) Japan-Korea Mutual Recognition 2012 (in Japanese)
  7. ・"Escape From the Regime of the Korean War and Peace Construction in East-Asia; the Conflict among 'Three Koreas' and the Role of Japan" in The Institute for International Affairs of Aichi University (ed.), Separation and Integration of Asian Countries (The Institute for International Affairs of Aichi University, 2009, in Japanese)
  8. ・"The Repartriation of Koreans Living in Japan and Korea-Japan Relations," The Hitotsubashi Journal of Law and International Studies, Vol.6 No.1, 2007 (in Japanese)
  9. ・"The 1958 Lebanon Crisis and 'Fujiyama Diplomacy'", The Hitotsubashi Journal of Law and International Studies, Vol.6 No.2, 2007 (in Japanese)
TAKEMURA, Hitomi
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Fields of specialization: International criminal law
Degree: Ph.D. in Law, the Irish Centre for Human Rights, National University of Ireland, Galway

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Major publications:

  1. ・Book: International Human Right To Conscientious Objection To Military Service And Individual Duties To Disobey Manifestly Illegal Orders, Springer 2008.
  2. ・Article: Big Fish and Small Fish Debate: An Examination of the Prosecutorial Discretion, International Criminal Law Review, vol. 7 (2007)
  3. ・Article:'Reconsidering the Meaning and Actuality of the Legitimacy of the International Criminal Court' Amsterdam Law Forum, vol. 4, no. 2 (May 2012) pp. 3-15