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no.106 Policymaking Analysis Unit<50>
Organized by: Policymaking Analysis Unit
Time and place: Monday, 19 December 2011   18:30-20:00
  313 Graduate School Building, Mita Campus, Keio University
Speaker&Title:

Masaki Hotei (Policy Research Institute, Ministry of Finance Japan)
‘Effects of dividend tax relief’

no.105  Policymaking Analysis Unit<49>
Organized by: Policymaking Analysis Unit
Time and place: Monday, 12 December 2011  18:30-20:00
  313 Graduate School Building, Mita Campus, Keio University
Speaker&Title:

Takuya Ishino (Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University)
‘Panel data analysis (housing)’

no.104  Civil Society Analysis Unit<21>
Organized by: Civil Society Analysis Unit
Time and place: Friday, 9 December, 2011  11:30-13:00
  356 Graduate School Building, Mita Campus, Keio University
Speaker&Title:

HirotoMatsuki (Lecturer, Tokyo University of Social Welfare, Junior college)
‘Trends in social constructivism and family sociologyafter the 2000's’

no.103  Policymaking Analysis Unit<48>
Organized by: Policymaking Analysis Unit
Time and place: Monday, 5 December 2011  18:30-20:00
  313 Graduate School Building, Mita Campus, Keio University
Speaker&Title:

Hiroshi Shiratori (Professor, Hosei University)
‘Policy advice practice in local self-governing bodies’

no.102 Joint Workshop  "Europe and Asia: Governance, Perceptions and Civil Society"
Organized by:

Co-organized by Centre of Governance for Civil Society and
Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence for EU Studies, Keio University

Time and place: Thursday, December 1, 2011 13:00-18:00 Friday, December 2 10:00-18:00
  6th Floor, East Building, Mita Campus, Keio University G-SEC Lab
Speaker&Title:

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no.101 Policymaking Analysis Unit<47>
Organized by: Policymaking Analysis Unit
Time and place: Monday, November 14, 2011  18:30-20:00
  313 Graduate School Building, Mita Campus, Keio University
Speaker&Title:

Masashi Nakano (Professor, Hyogo Prefectural University)
‘Problems of parachuting of former government officials to relative private companies’

no.100 Joint Symposium  “The Future of Foster Care and Families”
Organized by: Co-organized by Centre of Governance for Civil Society, Keio University/Japanese Council on Family Relations
Time and place: Saturday, August 6, 2011  14:00-17:00
  6th Floor, East Building, Mita Campus, Keio University G-SEC Lab
Agenda:  
Chairman: Rokuro Tabuchi(Sophia University)・Shin Tomabechi(Tokyo Gakugei University)
Speaker and title:

Hiroyasu Hayashi (Japan Woman’s University)
'Potential informal resources against child abuse: possibilities of family group conferences and related foster parents'
Yurika Yamanaka (foster parent)
'Support close to the child’s trauma'

Masako Yokobori (Aoyama Gakuin Women’s College)
'My childhood experience as a foster family'

Commentator: Yoko Nobe (Graduate School, Tokyo University)
no.99 Japan-Korea Science Exchange Symposium“Comperingcivil societies in Japan and Korea”
Organized by: Centre of Governance for Civil Society, Keio University and JapanCentre, Donseo University
Time and place: Tuesday, July 26, 2011 10:00-17:10
  Dongseo University, Korea
Programme:  
First Session: 10:00-12:10 Chairman Professor Won-Bum Lee (Professor, Dongseo University)
 

Opening speech JekukChang (President, Dongseo University)
[Keynote speech]
Ku-Chong Chung (Professor, Dongseo University) 'Korean politics'
Yoshiaki Kobayashi (Professor, Keio University) 'Japanese politics'
[presenters]
Yosuke Okada (Assistant Professor, Keio University) 'The effect of political memory on political attitudes and electoral participation'
Tae-Hee Kim (Keio University) 'Is the sense of political validity a fundamental concept?'
[Q&A, discussion] participants

Second Session: 13:40-15:10 chair: Takeshi Kohno(Professor, Keio University)
 

YutaKamahara (Keio University) 'Democratic indicators and pragmatic approaches'
YuukiOda (Keio University) 'The Performance Impact of the Civil Service by the Appointment through Open Competition'
KoutaFujima (Keio University) 'Problems in socialization studies'
[Q&A, discussion] participants

Third Session: 15:30-17:10 chair・Professor Jung Hwa Shin (Dongseo University)
 

Young-Soo Lee (Dongseo University) 'International exchanges amongtrans-border regions'
TakaakiTabuchi (Dongseo University) 'A comparative study on acceptance of foreign students in Japan and Korea'
Eun-Hye Yoon (Dongseo University) 'Measures to deal with the changingdemands for tourism'
[Q&A, discussion] participants

no.98  Policymaking Analysis Unit<46>
Organized by: Policymaking Analysis Unit
Time and place: Monday, June 27, 2011, 18:30-20:00
  313 Graduate School Building, Mita Campus, Keio University
Speaker&Title:

Shinichi Fukuzawa (Associate Professor, Joban University)
‘The preservation and control of Japan’s prewar official archives and the enforcement of the National Archives Law in 2011’

no.97  Policymaking Analysis Unit<45>
Organized by: Policymaking Analysis Unit
Time and place: Monday, June 20, 2011 18:30-20:00
  313 Graduate School Building, Mita Campus, Keio University
Speaker&Title:

MasakiNakahigashi (Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Niigata University)
‘The ideal method of public investment from economictheories’

no.96  Policymaking Analysis Unit<44>
Organized by: Policymaking Analysis Unit
Time and place: Monday, June 13, 2011 18:30-20:00
  313 Graduate School Building, Mita Campus, Keio University
Speaker&Title:

EijiMashita (Associate Professor, ShobiGakuenUniveristy)
‘Basic ordinances for local autonomy enhancement’

no.95  Policymaking Analysis Unit<43>
Organized by: Policymaking Analysis Unit
Time and place: Monday, June 6, 2011 18:30-20:00
  313 Graduate School Building, Mita Campus, Keio University
Speaker&Title:

Bunzo Hirai (Professor, Asia University)
'International comparison of public personnel administration reforms'

no.94  Policymaking Analysis Unit<42>
Organized by: Policymaking Analysis Unit
Time and place: Monday, May 23, 2011 18:30-20:00
  313 Graduate School Building, Mita Campus, Keio University
Speaker&Title:

Hideaki Tanaka (Visiting Professor, GRIPS.)
'International comparison of budget reforms'

no.93 Joint Symposium:Role of political science for the reconstruction of Japan
Time and place: Monday, May 23, 2011 14:00-17:00
  6th Floor, East Building, Mita Campus, Keio University G-SEC Lab
Agenda:  
Introduction::

Yoshiaki Kobayashi (Professor, Keio University ; President of Science Council of Japan, Vice-President of Science Council of Japan, Cabinet Office of Japanese Government)

Speaker&Title:

Kumiko Hayashi (Councilor, Democratic Party ; Parliamentary Minister of Science and Education)
'Aid in response to various needs of victims'
Kuniko Inoguchi (Councilor, Liberal Democratic Party ; Vice President of Science Council of Japan, Cabinet Office)
'Japan’s reconstruction in the world: from a viewpoint of education and science'
Mikiko Ishikawa (Professor, University of Tokyo, Vice President of Science Council of Japan, Cabinet Office)
'Demands for paring aid'
Nobuo Sasaki (Professor, Chuo University, Associate Member, Science Council of Japan, Cabinet Office)
'Vertical and horizontal cooperation among local governments'

Discussants:

Akira Morita(Professor, Tokyo University;Japanese Society for Public Administration)
Atsushi Sugita(Professor, Hosei University; Japanese Political Science Association)

no.92 Civil Society Analysis Unit<20>
Organized by: Civil Society Analysis Unit
Time and place: Friday, May 20, 2011 11:00-12:30
  356 Graduate School Building, Mita Campus, Keio University
Speaker&Title:

Christopher Bondi (Associate Professor, DePaul University)
'Problems of hamlet communities in Japan: from a viewpoint of an American sociologist'

no.91  Policymaking Analysis Unit<41>
Organized by: Policymaking Analysis Unit
Time and place: Monday, May 16, 2011 18:30-20:00
  313 Graduate School Building, Mita Campus, Keio University
Speaker&Title:

Mioko Kawazoe (Seigakuin University)
'Fiscal reconstruction and economic grouwth'