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Index
  1. Professors
  2. Purpose of the program
  3. Fields of Profession for Program Graduates
  4. MA and Ph.D. Theses
  5. Positions Held by Program Graduates
  6. Curriculum

1. Professors
  1. Program Director: Yuzuru Shimada
  2. Core Professors:
    • Wataru Kusaka (Political Science, Philippine Studies)
    • Yuzuru Shimada (Law and Development Studies, Asian Law, Indonesian Law)
    • Isamu Okada (Political Science)
    • Hideo Yamagata (International Law, UN Law)
    • Tomoko Ishikawa (International Economic Law)
  3. Research Projects supported by Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research etc.:
    1. Construction of differences and commonalities in the Philippines politics (Kusaka)
    2. Comparative study on judicial reform in Indonesia and the Netherlands (Shimada)
    3. Comparative Research of Political Participation on National Resurce Dvelopment (Okada)
    4. Responsibility to Protect: Human Security and International Law (Yamagata)
    5. The Role of State Parties in Interpretation of Investment Treaties - Lessons from WTO Jurisprudence (Ishikawa)

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2. Purpose of the Program

Governance and Law Program is divided into two courses. In the Governance course, students are requested to be specialists on the Governance supporting aid and public administration by studying the role of government in development, policy making, and the role of NGO and community organizations within the framework of 21st century development issues.

Students who take Law and Development Course are expected to gain the basic knowledge of law and political, economic and social development problems , as well as of law and international cooperation, and deepen their theoretical understanding of institutional and cultural aspects of law. These knowledge and ways of thinking will be utilized in various fields of international cooperation, and provide useful theoretical and practical base for ongoing "legal technical assistances"promoted by aid communities.

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3. Fields of Profession for Program Graduates
  1. In case of Master's Course, we plan to send students having wide range of "development literacy" who have the sense to work in developing countries where 80% of world population live.
  2. Other than that, we plan to send students who have the specialty on "Governance" and "Law and Development" to the development community like international organizations, national and local governments and also NGOs.
  3. In case of Doctor's Course, we plan to send specialists on "Governance" and "Law and Development" to the development community.  
  4. Other than that, we plan to send researchers to universities and other research institutions. 

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4. MA and Ph.D. Theses
  • Recent Master Thesis Titles:
    • 「NPOと地方自治体の協働のあり方に関する一考察:奈良市の「ならまち」づくりを事例として」
    • 「日本型『補完性の原理』の理念と現実― 自助・互助・公助のまちづくりの可能性 ―」
    • 「タイ国家人権委員会の機能と役割―ヒンクルット石炭火力発電所をめぐる問題を中心として」
    • 「台湾公平法におけるフランチャイズ契約規制の意義―中間組織論を使って」
    • "Decentralization and Capacity Building in Indonesian Local Administration: A Long Journey for Discovering a Model of Democratic Developmental Regime: Case Study of Bandung City Government"
    • "The Critical Position of the Central Government in Philippine Decentralization"
    • "Law Enforcement for Anti Drug Trafficking in Cambodia: Problems and Policy"
    • 企業のアカウンタビリティ(説明責任)に関する研究―社会諸主体との関わりを中心として―」 "Mediation in Vietnam in Supporting the Poor to Solve Civil Disputes"
    • "The Workability of the Competition Laws - A Comparative Analysis of the Legislation of Four Asian Countries"
  • Recent Ph.D. Dissertation Titiles:
    • 「グッド・ガバナンス論と開発援助政策の新たな枠組みの模索(『包括的開発評価指数=CDAI』の構想―中米二カ国における事例分析を踏まえて―」
    • 「開発途上国の汚職問題と反汚職政策―フィリピン共和国における汚職要因分析と、アロヨ政権下における反汚職政策の現状と課題―」
    • The Emergence of Public Entrepreneurship in the Philippines: A Local Governance Perspective.
    • Philippine Election Distortion and Perspective of Corruption in the Government.
    • NGO-Government Relations and Promotion of Democratic Governance in Indonesia (1966-2001)
    • 「台湾における国際製造物責任紛争の法的課題―日本のPL法、PLに関する国際裁判管轄法及び国際私法との比較研究を手がかりに」
    • "Regional Arrangements Under WTO/GATT Rules: A View from the Intervention of the Dispute Settelement Mechanism"
    • 「中国汚染課徴金制度の仕組みとその運用」
    • 「タンザニア『1999年村土地法』にみる土地所有権の構造」 
    • "Cambodia Decentralizes: Making Khum/Sangkat Work-Toward an Inclusive Design"

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5. Positions Held by Program Graduates
  • Master's Program Graduates:
    1. Consultant Co. for Japan's Local Rehabilitation, NHK(Staff for "Asia & World" etc.), private co. like Asahi Newspaper, Research Institute of Daiwa, Asian Department in Stock Co. NEC, Brother, Local Government Servicers etc.
    2. JICA contract staffs (for Indonesian local autonomy, monitoring for secondary education, support activities for Palestine), JICA Training Office of Chubu Region, JETRO, Research Staff for Japanese Embassy, Japan Foundation, NPO staffs
    3. Government Staffs for Indonesia (National and Local) , Vietnam and Cambodia (foreign students),
    4. University teaching staffs after going to Doctor's Course
  • Doctoral Program Graduates:
    1. Staff for anti-corruption at World Bank Indonesia Office, Indonesian Office Staff of JBIC, Research Expert of JICA, ADB Institute
    2. Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
    3. Congressman and Mayor in the Philippines, high ranking staffs of Indonesian bureaucracy
    4. Universities like Fukuoka International University, Nagoya University, Nagoya Keizai University, Nagoya University of Foreign Studies, Toyama University, Seibo Jogakuin Junior College, Autonomous University of Mexico, Gadjah Mada (Indonesia), University of the Philippines Los Banos, Kassesat University (Thailand), University of Brasilia, Wollongong University (Australia), University of Malaya (Malaysia) etc.

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6. Curriculum (PDF 68KB)

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