Keio University Global COE Program
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第1回 慶應義塾大学 GCOE-CGCS 国際シンポジウム
 
プログラム
日時:2009年2月10日(火)、11(水・祭)9:30〜18:00
場所:慶應義塾大学 三田キャンパス 東館 Map
 
Day 1 February 10 (Tue) Doors open at 9:30 AM
10:00-12:00, 8th Floor
Session / Chair:Commentator
Opening Ceremony and Keynote Speech Session
Greetings Yuichiro Anzai (Professor, President of Keio University)
  Ryosei Kokubun (Professor, Dean of Graduate School of Law, Keio University)
Address Yoshihisa Hagiwara (Professor, Program Leader of GCOE-CGCS)
  “Toward a New Start of the Center of Governance for Civil Society”
Keynote Speech Yves Schemeil (Professor, Insititute d'Etudes Politiques de Grenoble)
  “Deliberation and Political Judgement: Collecting Relevant and High Quality Data”
13:30-15:30, 8th Floor
Session / Chair:Commentator
Session 1: Global Session for GCOE-CGCS Researchers
Chair: Masanaru Tanoue (Associate Professor, Keio University)
Discussants: Kosuke Oyama (Professor, Keio University)
  Masanaru Tanoue (Associate Professor, Keio University)
Speakers: Hanna Yoon (CGCS Researcher (RA) , Keio University)
  “The Influence of Western Studies and Changes in Understanding Astronomical Calendar in the Late Chosun Period”
  Tatsuhiro Yamamoto (CGCS Post-doctoral Researcher, Keio University)
  “How do Japanese Youth Get Political Information? : A Case Study of Undergraduates”
  Eunjoo Jang (CGCS Post-doctoral Researcher, Keio University)
  “The Representation and Campaign Pledge in Japanese Prefectural Assemblies”
13:30-18:00, 5th Floor
Session / Chair:Commentator
Session 2: Global Session for Korea University BK21-Public Administration and Keio University GCOE-CGCS: Governance in Asia and Oceania
Chair: Naoko Taniguchi (Assistant Professor, Teikyo University)
Discussants: Emi Ooka (Assistant Professor, Yokohama City University)
  Naoko Taniguchi (Assistant Professor, Teikyo University)
  Ilkyung Ra (Associate Professor, Chukyo University)
  Yoshikazu Shiobara (Associate Professor, Keio University)
  Jihey Bae (Ph.D. Candidate, Keio University)
Speakers: Xue Yang (CGCS Researcher (RA), Keio University)
  “Welfare Policy for the Elderly and Intergenerational Support in Later Life: A Key Issue in Comparison of Intergenerational Support in Urban China and Japan”
  Chongho Kim (Ph.D. Candidate, Korea University)
  “Dimensions of Citizen Participation: A Comparative Analysis”
  Jun Matsumoto (CGCS Researcher (RA), Keio University)
  “Defective Reform and Decision-making Process”
  Inyoung Cho (Ph.D. Candidate, Korea University)
  “Citizen Perceptions of Government and the Possibility of Governance: A Comparative Analysis”
  Sehee Hwang (CGCS Researcher (RA), Keio University)
  “Japan's Security Policy Based on the Governance Perspective”
  Changsoo Heo (Ph.D. Candidate, Korea University)
  “Analyzing Policy Conflict Management from the Perspective of Discourse Theory: Case of Crematorium Construction in the City of Hanam”
  Tomoko Fujita (CGCS Researcher (RA), Keio University)
  “Rethinking Welfare Reform under the Howard Government: A Study of Australian Family Policy”
16:00-18:00, 8th Floor
Session / Chair:Commentator
Session 3: Governance in Civil Society from Asian Perspective
Chair: Ken Tsutsumibayashi (Professor, Keio University)
Discussants: Yoshihisa Hagiwara (Professor, Keio University)
Speakers: Daniel A. Bell (Professor, Tsinghua University)
  “Reviving Tradition in East-Asia: Implications for Democracy and Civil Society”
  Tatsuo Inoue (Professor, the University of Tokyo)
  “Universal Challenges for Constitutionalism”
  Teruhisa Se (Associate Professor, Kyusyu University)
  “In Search of an Effective Method for Human Rights Education in Japan: Making Use of Cultural Resources”
 
Day 2 February 11 (Wed) Doors open at 9:30 AM
10:00-12:00, 6th Floor
Session / Chair:Commentator
Session 4: Citizenship, Deliberation and Civil Governance: Historical and Theoretical Debates
Chair: Yoshihisa Hagiwara (Professor, Keio University)
Discussants: Ryuichi Yamaoka (Associate Professor, the Open University of Japan)
  Daniel A. Bell (Professor, Tsinghua University)
Speakers: Kenjiro Harata (CGCS Researcher (RA), Keio University)
  “Religious Diversity and Political Order: The Governance of Religion in British Perspective” 
  Chikako Endo (CGCS Post-doctoral Researcher, Keio University)
  “The Boundaries of Democracy: From a Deliberative and Institutional Perspective” 
  Masakazu Matsumoto (CGCS Assistant Professor, Keio University)
  “Deliberative Democracy and its Implications for Environmental Politics”
 
13:30-18:00, 6th Floor
Session / Chair:Commentator
Session 5: Global Session for Seoul National University BK21-Public Administration and Keio University GCOE-CGCS: Comparative Studies on Governance
Chair: Toshiro Tanaka (Professor, Keio University)
Discussants: Aya Iino (Assistant Professor, Nihon University)
  Miho Nakatani (Assistant Professor, Meiji-Gakuin University)
  Kei Numao (Ph.D. in Politics, University of York / CGCS, Keio University)
  Masakazu Matsumoto (CGCS Assistant Professor, Keio University)
  Kazuaki Nagatomi (Ph.D. Sheffield University)
Speakers: Won Hyuk Cho (Ph.D. Candidate, Seoul National University)
  “Empirical Analysis of the Relation between Social Spending and Economic Growth: Developing Countries and OECD Members”
  Eijiro Fukui (CGCS Researcher (RA), Keio University)
  “The Delegation of the European Commission through the Eyes of Asia: Elite Perceptions in Asian Countries”
  Eeun Seok Jo (Ph.D. Candidate, Seoul National University)
  “A Study on the Environmental Regulation in Globalization: Focusing on the Level of Analysis in Prior Research”
  Ayumi Kanamoto (CGCS Researcher (RA), Keio University)
  “Making Process of Global Warming Policy at the Local Level”
  Han Bok Doo (Ph.D. Candidate, Seoul National University)
  “An Empirical Study on the Value of Patent in Korea Industry: Focusing on the Food Industry”
  Takemasa Sekine (CGCS Researcher (RA), Keio University)
  “Interpreting 'necessary to' of GATT Article XX: An Analysis of the Weighing and Balancing Test”
  Dae Wook Kim (Ph.D. Candidate, Seoul National University)
  “Determinants of Trust in Government”
  Naoki Okada (Ph.D. Candidate, Keio University)
  “Advanced Issues Surrounding Japan and U.S. Competition Policy”
  Jae Jung Yong (Ph.D. Candidate, Seoul National University)
  “The Phantom of Movie Theater: Globalization and Film Industry”
  Kazuhiko Fuchikawa (CGCS Researcher (RA), Keio University)
  “ ‘Buyer Power' under the Competition Laws in Japan and European Union”
  Kun Yoon (Ph.D. Candidate, Seoul National University)
  “Change of Conflicts between Actors in the Process of Commercializing IPTV”
13:30-18:00, 5th Floor
Session / Chair:Commentator
Session 6: Global Session U for Seoul National University BK21-Public Administration and Keio University GCOE-CGCS: Governance in Civil Society
Chair: Seung-Jong Lee (Professor, Seoul National University)
  Yoshiaki Kobayashi (Professor, Keio University)
Speakers: Seung-Jong Lee (Professor, Seoul National University)
  “Determinants of Trust-in-government: The Effect of Religion” 
  Yoshiaki Kobayashi (Professor, Keio University)
  “Governance in Three Countries: Japan, Korea and U.S.”  
  To-Bin Im (Professor, Seoul National University)
  “How to Manage Administrative Reforms from Time Perspectives” 
  Kazunori Kawamura (Associate Professor, Tohoku University)
  “Reliance on the Local Government and Political Participation” 
  Jun-Ki Kim (Professor, Seoul National University)
  “Privatization Policies in Korea and Japan: A Comparative Perspective” 
  Taro Ozawa (Professor, Keio University)
  “E-democracy Re-examined: Some Implications from the Viewpoint of Public Choice” 
  Huck-Ju Kwon (Associate Professor, Seoul National University)
  “Implementing Long-term Care Insurance: A Comparative Analysis of Korea and Japan” 
  Hidenori Tsutsumi (Associate Professor, Kagawa University)
  “Change and Continuity of Relation between Parties and Electorates after the Electoral System Reform”
  Chan-Dong Kim (Research Fellow, Seoul Development Institute)
  “An Analysis of the Policy Activity Structures of Local Councils” 
  Yoshihiro Katayama (Professor, Keio University)
  “Decentralization Reform in Japan” 
  Jae-Ho Seo (Associate Professor, Pukyong National University)
  “Autonomy of Local Governments in Administrative Structure” 
  Jongouck Kim (CGCS Assistant Professor, Keio University)
  “The Organization Norms of Bureaucrats in Local Government” 
  Hye-Jeong Kim (Associate Professor, SunMoon University)
  “A Study of Local Civil Society' s Capacity Index: A Comparative Analysis of Korea and Japan” 
  Ilkyung Ra (Associate Professor, Chukyo University)
  “A Comparative Research of Civil Society in Korea and Japan” 
13:30-15:30, 8th Floor
Session / Chair:Commentator
Session 7: Socialization for Global Citizenship in Asia
Chair: Hideki Watanabe (Professor, Keio University)
Discussants: Ping Jin (Ph.D. Candidate, Keio University)
  Hirohisa Takenosita (Associate Professor, Shizuoka National University)
Speakers: Jihey Bae (Ph.D. Candidate, Keio University)
  “Men' s Work-Family Conflict: A Comparison between Japan and Korea”
  You Murayama (CGCS Researcher (RA), Keio University)
  "Adult Generativity and the Socialization of Adolescents: Exchanges with Aged Persons on Children in Japanese Community”
16:00-18:00, 8th Floor
Session / Chair:Commentator
Session 8: Parliamentary Politics and Governance
Chair: Takeshi Kohno (Professor, Keio University)
Discussants: Masaki Taniguchi (Associate Professor, the University of Tokyo)
Speakers: Masahiro Iwasaki (Professor, Nihon University)
  “Parliamentary Democracy and Governance”
  Yasuhiro Sagawa (Professor, Ibaraki University)
  "Urban Governance and Local Assembly in Japan”
  Hongchun Lee (CGCS Post-doctoral Researcher, Keio University)
  "Election Pledges and Governance: Content Analysis of Election Pledges of 2007 Upper House Election”