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  |  Atsushi Chino
  |  Yusuke Jinnai
  |  Makoto Kakinaka
  |  Ryuta Kato
  |  Jungbu Kim
  |  Koji Kotani
  |  Chun-Hung Kuo
  |  Ching-Yang Lin


  |  Hun Myoung Park
  |  Sangyub Ryu
  |  Shingo Takahashi
  |  Kyohei Yamada

 (Specially Invited Professor)
  |  Hideki Hayashi

  |  Motoyoshi Suzuki

  |  Nawalage S. Cooray
  |  Naoko Kumagai
  |  Maung Aung Myoe
  |  Osamu Nakamura
  |  Motohide Saji
  |  Shinichi Watanabe


 (Joint appointment with IRI)
  |  Tomohito Shinoda





Atsushi Chino
Assistant Professor
M.A. in Economics, Osaka University, 2001
M.A. in Economics, University of Virginia, 2006
Ph.D. in Finance, University of Washington, 2012

Courses:
Corporate Finance
Investment and Asset Pricing
Financial Accounting and Reporting
Research Interests:
Corporate Finance
Asset Pricing
International Finance
Industrial Organization
Contract Theory
Major Publications:
"Strategic interaction in product markets and a firmfs dividend policy," 2012, mimeo.
"Do labor unions affect a firmfs payout policy? Operating leverage versus rent extraction," 2012, mimeo.

Yusuke Jinnai [Link to the personal website]
Assistant Professor
M.A. in Economics, University of Rochester, 2011
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Rochester, 2013

Courses:
Statistical Methods
Development Economics
Health Economics
Research Interests:
Labor Economics
Economics of Education
Health Economics
Applied Econometrics
Major Publications:
"The Impact of Charter Schools' Entry on Traditional Public Schools: New Evidence from North Carolina," 2013, mimeo.
"The Effects of a Teacher Performance-Pay Program on Student Achievement: A Regression Discontinuity Approach," 2013, mimeo.
"To Introduce or Not To Introduce Monetary Bonuses: The Cost of Repealing Teacher Incentives," 2012, mimeo.

Makoto Kakinaka
Professor, Dean
M.A. in Economics, Cornell University, 2004
Ph.D. in Economics, Cornell University, 2006

Courses:
Advanced Mathematical Methods
International Finance
Japanese Banking and Financial System
Research Interests:
Banking and financial management
Public choice and policy analysis
International economics
Major Publications:
"Foreign Direct Investment, Human Capital and Environmental Pollution in China," Environmental and Resource Economics, with Jin Lan and Xianguo Huang, forthcoming.
"Optimal Invasive Species Management under Multiple Uncertainties," Mathematical Biosciences, 233(1), pp.32-46, 2011, with Koji Kotaniand Hiroyuki Matsuda.
"An Interplay between Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations on Voluntary Contributions to a Public Good in a Large Economy," Public Choice, 147(1-2), pp.29-41, 2011, with Koji Kotani.
"Real Shock or Nominal Shock? Exchange Rate Movements in Cambodia and Lao PDR," Singapore Economic Review, 55(4), pp.685-703, 2010, with Seiha Ok and Hiroaki F.
"Exchange Rates, Price Levels, and Inflation Targeting: Evidence from Asian Countries," Japan and the World Economy, 22(3), pp.173-182, 2010, with Weera Prasertnukul and Donghun Kim.
"Dynamic Economic Analysis on Invasive Species Management: Some Policy Implications of Catchability,", Mathematical Biosciences, 220(1), pp1-14, 2009,@with Koji Kotani and Hiroyuki Matsuda.
   
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Ryuta Ray Kato
Professor and Vice President
M.A. in Economics, Yokohama National University, Japan, March 1990
M.A. in Economics, University of Essex, UK, March 1996
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Essex, UK, April 2000

Courses:
Public Finance
Computable General Equilibrium Modeling
Research Interests:
An aging population
health related issues
government deficits
issues in public pension schemes
applications of stochastic processes in economics
Major Publications:
gThe Impact of Tax and Subsidy Policies for the Health Related Sectors on the Japanese Economy,hin Ihori eds., New Risks and Social Security, Chapter 15, the University of Tokyo Press, 2012.
gThe Impact of Marginal Tax Reforms on the Supply of Health Related Services in Japan," The Japanese Journal of Social Security Policy, 9(1), pp.1-32, 2012.
Health Insurance Reform and Economic Growth: Simulation Analysis in Japan,hJapan and the World Economy,, Vol. 23 (4), pp.227-239, 2011, with Toshihiro Ihori, Masumi Kawade, and Shun-ichiro Bessho.
gThe Impact of the Global Economic Crisis on Cambodia,h Economics Bulletin, Vol. 30 No.3, pp 2346-2370, 2010.
gPublic Debt and Economic Growth in an Aging Japan," in Kaizuka and Krueger eds. Tackling Japan's Fiscal Challenges: Strategies to Cope with High Public Debt and Population Aging, Chapter 3, IMF, Palgrave, 2006, with Ihori, Kawade and Bessho.

Jungbu Kim
Professor
M.A. in Public Administration, Seoul National University, 2001
Ph.D. in Public Policy, the Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia State University, 2007

Courses:
Environmental Policy
Public Policy Process
Public Finance and Budgeting
Research Interests:
Research and Development (R&D) budgets
State and local budgeting and finance
Intergovernmental transfer and disaster response
Major Publications:
"Local managerial strategies for external versus own-source fiscal resources: Do administratorsf previous career and education matter?," The American Review of Public Administration, forthcoming, with Seong Soo Oh.
"Confidence, Knowledge, and Compliance with Emergency Evacuation," Journal of Risk Research, forthcoming, with Seong Soo Oh.
"Science and Engineering Majors in the Federal Service: Lessons for Eliminating Sexual and Racial Inequality," Review of Public Personnel Administration, forthcoming, with Seong Soo Oh.
"The Virtuous Circle in Disaster Recovery: Who Returns and Stays in Town after Disaster Evacuation?" Journal of Risk Research, forthcoming, with Seong Soo Oh.
"Political Decentralization, Subnational Political Capital, and Intergovernmental Transfers in Korea," The American Review of Public Administration, 43(1), pp.109-129, 2013.
"Political Institutions and Public R&D Expenditures in Democratic Countries," International Journal of Public Administration, 34(13), pp.843-857, 2011.

Koji Kotani
Professor and Program Director of IDP
M.S. in Agricultural Economics, Cornell University, 2001
Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics, Cornell University, 2005

Courses:
Macroeconomics I
Agricultural Economics
Environmental Economics
Mathematical Methods
Research Interests:
Agriculture and natural resource management
Environmental economics and policy
Energy markets
Major Publications:
"Real Options Approach to Renewable Energy Investments in Mongolia," Energy Policy, with Neal Detert , forthcoming.
"Climatic Impacts across Agricultural Crop Yield Distributions: An Application of Quantile Regressions on Rice Crops in Andhra Pradesh, India," Ecological Economics, with Prabhat Barnwal, forthcoming.
"Climatic Impacts on Crop Yield and its Variability in Nepal: Do They Vary Across Seasons and Altitudes?," Climatic Change, with Santosh Poudel, forthcoming.
"Exchange Rate Movements in a Dollarized Economy: The Case of Cambodia," ASEAN Economic Bulletin ,29(1), pp. 65-78, 2012, with Sok Heng Lay and Makoto Kakinaka.
"The Determinants of Household Energy Demand in Rural Beijing: Can Environmental-friendly Technologies Be Effective?" Energy Economics, 34(2), pp. 381-388, 2012, with Zhang Jingchao.
   
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Chun-Hung Kuo
Assistant Professor
M.A. in Economics, National Taiwan University, 2004
Ph.D. in Economics, North Carolina State University, 2012

Courses:
Time Series Analysis II
Econometrics/Data Analysis
Empirical Finance
Research Interests:
Macro-econometrics
Fiscal Policy
Monetary Economics
Development Economics
Computational Economics
Major Publications:
"Tensor Spline Approximation in Economic Dynamics with Uncertainties," Computational Economics, with Moody T. Chu and Mathew M. Lin, forthcoming.
"Identifying Sources of Misspecification in DSGE Models," with Atsushi Inoue and Barbara Rossi, mimeo.
"A Simple Basis-free Projection Scheme for Euler Equation Problem," Revision requested, with Moody T. Chu and Mathew M. Lin, mimeo.
"Structural Estimation of a Heterogeneous Agents Model," mimeo.
" An Algorithm for Solving Heterogeneous Agent Models with Aggregate Uncertainty," mimeo.

Ching-Yang Lin
Associate Professor
M.S. in Economics, National Taiwan University, 2003
M.S. in Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2006
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2010

Courses:
Microeconomics II
Monetary Economics and Policy Analysis
Money and Banking
Research Interests:
Monetary Economics
Financial Economics and Computational Economics
Major Publications:
"An Estimated Search and Matching Model of the Japanese Labor Market," Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, with Hiroaki Miyamoto, forthcoming.
"Gross Worker Flows and Unemployment Dynamics in Japan," Journal of the Japanese and International Economies 26(1), 2012, 44-61,, with Hiroaki Miyamoto.
"Exports and Economic Growth in Indonesia's Fishery Sub-sector: Cointegration and Error-correction Models," Empirical Economics Letters, 10, 2011, 679-686, with Indra Nurcahyo Sjarif and Koji Kotani.
gHow Do Income and Bequest Taxes Affect Income Inequality? The Role of Parental Transfersh (with C. Ho and C. Tang), Dec 2013, mimeo.
"Timing of Motherhood and Economic Growth," Dec 2009, mimeo.

Hun Myoung Park
Associate Professor
M.A. in Public Administration, Korea University, Seoul, February 1993
Ph.D. in Public Policy, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, May 2007

Courses:
Public Information Policy and Management
Introduction to Electronic Government
Public Policy Modeling
Public Management Information Systems
Research Interests:
Policy analysis
Public management information systems (e-government)
Public and nonprofit management and quantitative data analysis
Major Publications:
"Do Campaign Websites Really Matter in Electoral Civic Engagement? Empirical Evidence from the 2004 Post-election Internet Tracking Survey." Social Science Computer Review, 26(2),Summer, 2008, pp.190-212, with James L. Perry.
"Does Internet Use Really Facilitate Civic Engagement? Empirical Evidences from the American National Election Studies." Civic Engagement in a Networked Society, edited by Erik Bergrud and Kaifeng Yang, 2008, Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, pp237-270, with James L. Perry.
"Diffusing the Information Technology Education in the Korean Undergraduate Public Affairs and Administration Programs: Driving Forces and Challenging Issues," Journal of Public Affairs Education, 12(4),Fall 2006, pp.537-555, with Hanjun Park
"A First Look at Users Perception on the Seoul OPEN System," Building Good Governance: Reforms in Seoul, edited by Marc Holzer and Byong-Joon Kim, Seoul, Korea: National Center for Public Productivity and Seoul Development Institute, pp.71-85., with Gant, Jon P. and James L. Perry.

Sangyub Ryu [Link to the personal website]
Associate Professor
M.S. in Public Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon University, 2007
Ph.D. in Public Administration, University of Georgia, 2012

Courses:
Public Management
Public Human Resource Management
Public Organization Theory
Research Interests:
Public Management Networks and Network Management Behavior
Organizational Performance
Decision Making
Emergency Management
Major Publications:
"Networking Partner Selection and Its Impact on the Perceived Success of Collaboration" Public Performance and Management Review, forthcoming
"Examining the Role of Management in Turnover: A Contingency Approach" Public Performance and Management Review, with Young-Joo Lee, forthcoming
"When Claimant Characteristics and Prior Performance Predict Bureaucratic Error," American Review of Pubic Administration, 42, No. 6, 2012, pp.695-714, with Jeffrey Wenger, and Vicky Wilkins
"Strengthening Network Ties through Mentoring of Alienated Personnel, " The Korean Journal of Policy Studies , 26, No.3, 2011, pp.53-67, with Soo-Young Lee

Shingo Takahashi
Associate Professor and Program Director of PMPP
M.A in Economics, University of new South Wales, 2000
Ph.D. in Economics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2006

Courses:
Advanced Econometrics I
Advanced Econometrics II
Human Resource Practices and Incentives

Research Interests:

Labor Economics@
Personnel Economics

Major Publications:
"Multi-tasking Job Designs Affect Productivity: Evidence from Australian Coal Mining Industry," Industrial & Labor Relations Review, Vol. 64, No.5, Article 1, pp.841-862, 2011.
"Gender Salary Differences in Economics Departments in Japan ," Economics of Education Review, Vol.30, pp.1306-1319, 2011, with Ana Maria Takahashi.
"An Estimation of the Work Disincentive Effects of the Spousal Deduction and the Social Security Systems on the Labor Supply of Japanese Married Women," Japan Labor Review, Dec, 2010, pp.28-43.
"Gender Promotion Differences in Economics Departments in Japan: A Semi-parametric Duration Analysis," GSIR Working Papers, Economic Analysis & Policy Series EAPO9-4, 2009, with Ana Maria Takahashi.
"Determinants of Job Related Stress of Academic Economists in Japan," The Japanese Economy, Vol. 37, No. 2, pp.120-127, with Ana Maria Takahashi.
"The Effect of Refereed Articles on Salary, Promotion and Labor Mobility: The Case of Japanese Economists,"Economic Bulletin, Vol. 30, Issue 1, 2010, with Ana Maria Takahashi.
"A Structural Estimation of the Effects of Spousal Tax Deduction and Social Security System on the Labor Supply of Japanese Married Women," GSIR Working Papers, Economic Analysis & Policy Series EAP10-4, 2010.
"Gender Promotion Differences in Economics Departments in Japan: A Semi-parametric Duration Analysis," GSIR Working Papers, Economic Analysis & Policy Series EAPO9-4, 2009, with Ana Maria Takahashi.

Kyohei Yamada
Assistant Professor
M.A in East Asian Studies, Yale University, 2006
Ph.D. in Political Science, Yale University, 2013

Courses:
Public Administration
Research Methodology
Local Government and Public Services

Research Interests:

Comparative Political Economy
Japanese Politics
Field Experiment
Fiscal Federalism

Major Publications:
Kyohei Yamada. 2012."Book Review: Spending Without Taxation: FILP and the Politics of Public Finance in Japan." Comparative Political Studies, 45 (7): 931]934. Reviewing Gene Park (2011) Spending Without Taxation: FILP and the Politics of Public Finance in Japan. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
Frances Rosenbluth, Jun Saito, and Kyohei Yamada. 2011."Electoral Adaptation in Japan: Party Strategy after Electoral Rule Change." The Journal of Social Science (Shakai Kagaku Kenkyu) , 62(1): 5]23.
Frances Rosenbluth, Jun Saito, and Kyohei Yamada. 2011. "Senkyo Seido to Seito Senryaku,"("Electoral Rules and Party Strategies") in Nobuhiro Hiwatari and Jun Saito (eds.) Seito Seiji no Konmei to Seiken Kotai, Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press.
Jun Saito and Kyohei Yamada. 2011."Local Politics" in Alisa Gaunder (ed.)Handbook of Japanese Politics. London: Routledge, Chapter 10, pp.103]114.
Kyohei Yamada. 2011."Chiikikan Kakusa to Seiken Kotai" ("Regional Inequality and Change of Government") in Nobuhiro Hiwatari and Jun Saito (eds.) Seito Seiji no Konmei to Seiken Kotai , Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press.
Kyohei Yamada. 2011."Geographic Income Distribution and the LDP."The Journal of Social Science (Shakai Kagaku Kenkyu) 62 (1): 131]149.
Kyohei Yamada. 2011. "Urban]Rural Income Inequality and the LDP." Social Science Japan 45: 10]15.

Hideki Hayashi
Specially Invited Professor
M.A in Social and Management Science, Open University, Graduate school of Arts and Science, 2004


Motoyoshi Suzuki
Specially Invited Professor
M.A. in International Economics, Kobe University of Commerce, 1983
M.A. in Development Economics, Thammasat University, Thailand, 1986
Ph.D. in Economics, Kobe University of Commerce, 2002



IRP Faculty

Nawalage S. Cooray  |  Naoko Kumagai  |   Maung Aung Myoe  |   Osamu Nakamura  |  Motohide Saji  |   Shinichi Watanabe  | Tomohito Shinoda (Joint-Appointment with IRI)


Nawalage S. Cooray  [Personal Homepage]
Professor
M.A. in International Economics, International University of Japan, 1992
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Nagoya, Japan, 1996

Courses:
Essentials of Economics
International Political Economy
Econometric Modeling and Forecasting with Time sereis Data
Research Interests:
Sustainable development issues
Macroeconomics
Econometric modeling and forecasting
Growth and development
Major Publication:
Sustainable Future of the Global System: Endeavors from Rio to Johannesburg, The United Nations University/Institute of Advanced Studies, Tokyo, Japan, August 2002, with W. D. Lakshman.
Sustainable Future of the Global System III, The United Nations University/Institute of Advanced Studies, 2000, edited with Fu Chen Lo and Hiroyasu Tokuda.
"Economic integration in a developing country: an econometric test," Regional Development Studies, 6, 2000, pp.151-161, with Wimal Rankaduwa.
"Some macroeconomic understanding of the Sri Lankan economy," The Journal of Social Science, 41, 1999, pp.1-31.
"Applications, issues and future prospects of quantitative tools in economic planning: Asian experience", UNCRD Research Report Series, 30, 1999, with A. L. Fernandez.

Naoko Kumagai Naoko Kumagai
Assistant Professor
M. A. in Public Administration, International Christian University, 1997
Ph.D. in Political Science, Graduate Center of the City University of New York, 2009

Courses:
International Politics
International Organizations
International Conflict Resolution
Japanese Postwar Foreign Policy
Research Interests:
1)Disarmament and international security; weapons research and development
2)Humanitarianism, especially the protection of civilians in armed conflict
3)State sovereignty and transnational civil society
4)Modern European intellectual history, especially European modernism

Maung Aung Myoe Maung Aung Myoe
Professor and Program Director of IRP
M. A. in International Relations, International University of Japan, 1993
Ph.D. in Political Science and International Relations, Australian National University, 2000

Courses:
Foreign Policy Analysis
Diplomacy and Statecract
Security and Strategy in International Relations
Southeast Asian International Relations
Global Issues; UNU Global Seminar
Research Interests:
1)Civil-Military Relations
2)Foreign Policy Analysis
3)Security and Strategy
4)Myanmar Politics and Foreign Relations
Major Publications:
In the Name of Pauk-Phaw: Myanmar's China Policy since 1948 , Institute of Southeast Asian Studies,2010, Forthcoming.
Building the Tatmadaw: Myanmar Armed Forces since 1948, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2009.
Neither Friend nor Foe: Myanmar's Relations with Thailand since 1988, Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, 2002.
"Dealing with the Dragon: China Factor in Myanmar 's Foreign Policy," edited by Anthony Reid and Zheng Yangwen, Negotiating Asymmetry: China's Place in Asia, NUS Press, 2009.
"Myanmar in 2007: A Turning Point in the gRoadmaph?" Asian Survey, Vol. 48, No. 1, 2008, with Ardeth Maung Thawnghmung.
"Myanmar in 2006: Another Year of Housekeeping?" Asian Survey, Vol. 47, No.1, 2007,with Ardeth Maung Thawnghmung.

Osamu Nakamura Osamu Nakamura
Professor
M.A. in Economics, Soka University, 1981
Ph. D. in Economics, Soka University, 2012

Courses:
International Economic Systems and Order
Postwar Japanese Economy
Japanese Public Finance and Administration
International Trade and Investment
Research Interests:
1) Productivity in the geriatric economy in Japan
2) Income distribution and economic growth
3) Decentralized systems and sustainable economic growth in the Japanese regional economies
Major Publications:
Income Distribution and Economic Growth of Japan under the Deflationary Economy : Theory and Evidence on an Econometric Analysis, Singapore, World Scientific, 2012.
"International Trade, Capital Transfer and Growth of the Vietnamese Economy in the Context of Asia and the Pacific: An Econometric Analysis with a Global Macro Model," The Journal of Econometric Study of Northeast Asia (JESNA), Vol.8, No.2, 2012.
"Determinants of Per Capita Income Growth of the Japanese Regional Economy on a Basis of 47-Prefectures: New growth theory approach," The Journal of Econometric Study of Northeast Asia (JESNA),Vol.10, No.1, 2010.
"Energy Demand and Economic Development of China: An econometric analysis," The Journal of Econometric Study of Northeast Asia(JESNA), Vol.8, No.2, 2007.
"Reform of the Public Finance and Administration: The case of Hokkaido, An econometric Analysis," Journal of Japan Association for Planning and Administration, Vol.16, No.3, 2002. (in Japanese)

Motohide Saji  [Personal Homepage]
Associate Professor
M.A. in Social Sciences, University of Chicago, 1998.
M.A. in Political Science, University of Chicago, 2001
Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Chicago, 2006.

Courses:
Human Rights and Global Justice
Global Civil Society
Peace, War and the Development of Modern Japan
Research Interests:
Political philosophy
Cosmopolitanism
Nationalism
Modern Japanese political thought and intellectual history
Major Publications:
"On an East Asian community, or Kantfs cosmopolitan right reconsidered," Globalization and Regional Integration in Europe and Asia , Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2009, pp.123-142.
"On the division between reason and unreason in Kant," Human Studies: A Journal for Philosophy and the Social Sciences 32, no.2, June 2009, pp.201-223.
"Three aspects of the self-opacity of the empirical subject in Kant," Philosophy & Social Criticism 35, no.3, March 2009, pp.315-337.
"On tensions in Kant's account of reason in politics," Textual Practice 20, no. 4, December 2006, pp. 679-702.

Shinichi Watanabe
IR Specially Appointed Professor
M.A. in Economics, Hitotsubashi University, 1978
Ph.D. in Economics, University of Minnesota, 1983

Courses:
Poverty, War and Human Security
Environment and Human Security
International Migration and Human Security
Research Interests:
Evolution of institutions
Global governance of flows of people and funds
Sustainable Development
Major Publications:
"The Inter-Provincial Capital Flows during the Transition Period of China," in M. Watanabe, ed., Recovering Financial Systems, China and Asian Transition Economies, IDE-JETRO/Palgrave, 2006.
Dynamics of GDP processes during the transition to market economies in the former Soviet Union, Central and Eastern Europe and East Asia," in S. Watanabe, ed., Financial Systems and Economic Growth in Developing Countries in Asia and Africa, IUJ-IDP Press, 2003.
"Dollarization and its effect on the functions and development of financial@systems in Cambodia, Lao and Vietnam," in S. Watanabe, ed., Dollarization and Its Effect on Monetary and Foreign Exchange Rate Policies and the Development of Financial Systems: Vietnam, Lao PDR and Cambodia, Joint Research Project Workshop, State Bank of Vietnam and JICA, 2002.
"Evolution of the crisis in Indonesia: part II," Journal of Research Institute for International Investment and Development (Kaigai-Toshi-Kenkyusho-Ho), 25(3), 1999, pp.79-101.
"Evolution of the crisis in Indonesia: part I," Journal of Research Institute for International Investment and Development (Kaigai-Toshi- Kenkyusho-Ho), 24(10), 1998, pp.71-120.

Tomohito Shinoda Tomohito Shinoda (Joint-Appointment with IRI)
Vice President(External Relations with Universities and Local Comunities)
Professor, Director of IUJ Research Institute
M.A. in International Relations, International University of Japan, 1986
Ph.D. in International Relations, Johns Hopkins University, 1994

Courses:
Contemporary Japanese Politics
Japanese Political Economy
American Foreign Policy
Research Interests:
Japanese Politics
Japanese Foreign Policy
US-Japan Relations
Major Publications:
Koizumi Diplomacy: Japan's Kantei Approach to Foreign and Defense Affairs, University of Washington Press, 2007.
Post Cold-war Japanese Foreign Policy: Domestic Political Process in National Security Policy Making, Mineruva Shobo, 2006. Winner of the Best Publication of Year Award from the Japan Association for International Security.
Leading Japan: The Role of the Prime Minister, Praeger, 2000



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