DIJ Forum

 

Seit März 1997 lädt das DIJ unter dem Titel DIJ Forum zu öffentlichen Vorträgen ein, bei denen international bekannte Wissenschaftler und Wissenschaftlerinnen zu Themen von allgemeinem Interesse referieren.

19.11.2014:
Tateo Arimoto, Professor, GRIPS and JST, Dietmar Harhoff, Professor, MPI for Innovation and Competition and EFI

Strengths and weaknesses of national research and innovation systems – comparing Germany and Japan

 
29.05.2014:
Patricia G. Steinhoff, Professor University of Hawaii

Three Myths about the Japanese Red Army: What you Think you Know is Probably Wrong!     

 
06.02.2014:
Tom Gill, Professor, Meiji Gakuin University

Knowing one's Enemy: Japan's Korean Community, and Those Who Hate Them     

 
23.01.2014:
Patrick Heinrich, Professor, Dokkyo University

Language, Security and Freedom in Okinawa     

05.12.2013:
Andrew Sutter, Professor, Rikkyo University

Public Happiness in Japan     

 
08.11.2013:
Hiroyuki Okamuro, Professor, Hitotsubashi University

Research-oriented Start-ups in Japan: What they are and what they do     

 
17.10.2013:
Masako Ishii-Kuntz, Professor, Ochanomizu University, Tokyo

The Rise of Ikumen (child caring fathers) in Contemporary Japan     

 
26.09.2013:
Cornelius Herstatt, Professor, Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH)

Is Japan a Lead Market for Age-Based Innovations?     

 
09.07.2013:
Ellis Krauss, Professor, University of California San Diego

What's Wrong With Japan? ...It's the Politics!     

 
13.06.2013:
Mire Koikari, Professor, University of Hawaii at Manoa,Women's Studies

Training Women for Disasters: Gender, "Crisis Management (Kiki Kanri)" and Post-Fukushima Nationalism in Japan     

 
30.05.2013:
Sébastien Lechevalier, Professor, L'ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS)

The Great Transformation of Japanese Capitalism (1980-2010)

 
11.04.2013:
Kenichi Matsuno, Professor, Babson College & Visiting Professor, Josai University & Josai International University

Japanese Companies Respond to the Unforeseen: The 3/11 Disaster, Population Ageing, and Environmentalism

 
17.01.2013:
Daniel Aldrich, Professor, Purdue University

Social Capital in Post-Disaster Recovery     

13.12.2012:
Hiroshi Ono, Professor, Texas A&M University

Welfare States and the Redistribution of Happiness     

 
18.10.2012:
Yoshitaka Okada, Sophia University, Faculty of Liberal Arts

Sustainable Development, Frontier of Business, and its Application to Tohoku     

 
27.09.2012:
Dave McCaughan, Director of Truth Central, McCann Worldgroup

The Truth About Mothers     

 
05.07.2012:
Sheldon Garon, Princeton University, East Asian Studies

Why America Spends While Japan and Europe Save     

 
25.06.2012:
Bruno Frey, Professor, University of Zurich, Department of Economics

Happiness: The View from Economics     

 
05.04.2012:
Yukiko Uchida, Professor, Kyoto University, Kokoro Research Center

Happiness in Japan before and after the Great East Japan Earthquake     

 
12.01.2012:
Paul Midford, Norwegian University for Science and Technology Trondheim

Rethinking Japanese Public Opinion and Security: From LDP to DPJ Rule     

 
02.11.2011:
Naoto Yamauchi, Professor, Osaka University

The Role of Giving and Volunteering for Post-Disaster Reconstruction

 
13.10.2011:
Christoph Wulf, Free University Berlin / Shoko Suzuki, Kyoto University

What is a Happy Family? German and Japanese Case Studies     

 
29.09.2011:
Hiroshi Komiyama, Chairman of the Institute, Mitsubishi Research Institute

Sustainability Issues in the Super-Aged Society - Prospecting the “Platinum Society”

 
09.06.2011:
Midori Nishiura, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

The Future Hope of Japan - Aerospace Science and Technology Developments of JAXA

 
19.05.2011:
Hiroshi Shibata, Professor, University of Human Arts and Sciences

The Secrets of "Sūpā Rōjin": Fundamentals of a Successful Aging Society in Japan

 
03.02.2011:
John Breen, SOAS, University of London / International Research Center for Japanese Studies

Inventing Ise: the Ise Shrines in Meiji Japan

 
18.11.2010:
Jun Saito, Yale University

Explaining the Collapse of the LDP Regime

 
10.06.2010:
Christine R. Yano, Professor, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Post-racial Obama in Japan? Struggles of Blood Ideology Amid Calls for Change     

 
27.05.2010:
Inoki Takenori, Director-General, International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Nichibunken)

Where are Japanese universities heading?

 
01.04.2010:
Wolfram Manzenreiter, Ass. Professor, University of Vienna

Policing obesity in Japan. Health politics and Japanese-style risk society

 
21.01.2010:
Stefan Lippert, Professor, Kenichi Ohmae Graduate School of Business, Tokyo

World Class beyond Toyota – Japanese “Hidden Champions”

17.12.2009:
Noboru Konno, Professor, Tama Graduate School of Management and Information Science

Happy Workplace for Innovation in Japanese Companies

 
19.11.2009:
George Ehrhardt, Assistant Professor, Appalachian State University (USA)

Sōka Gakkai and the Politics of Happiness

 
04.11.2009:
Ilse Lenz, Professor, Ruhr-Universität Bochum

Wellbeing in feminism and gender policies in Germany and Japan

 
25.06.2009:
Shinichi Tsuji, Professor, Meiji Gakuin University

Towards an Economics of Happiness: From GNP to GNH

 
14.05.2009:
Janet Shibamoto-Smith, Professor, University of California

Sex and the City: The Search for Kitto, Motto, Zutto Happiness in Manhattan and Tokyo

 
23.04.2009:
Andrew DeWit, Professor, Rikkyo University

Going Green? Japan and the Energy/Environmental Crisis

 
19.03.2009:
Kenneth Alan Grossberg, professor, Waseda Business School

Indulgent Parsimony During the Great Recession of 2009 - Is Japan a Special Case?

 
12.02.2009:
Gregory J. Kasza, Professor, Indiana University

The Japanese State and the Myth of Late Development

 
22.01.2009:
Yoshimichi Sato, Professor, Tohoku University, Sendai

Stability and Fluidization of the Social Stratification System in Contemporary Japan     

 
02.10.2008:
Cornelius Herstatt, Professor, Hamburg University of Technology, TUHH

The Silver Market Phenomenon: A German-Japanese Perspective

 
17.07.2008:
Robert Pekkanen, Professor, University of Washington

Electoral Systems and Party Personnel

 
05.06.2008:
Ulrike Schaede, Professor, University of California, San Diego

Choose and Focus – The Transformation of Japanese Business Strategies     

 
15.05.2008:
John C. Campbell, Visiting Professor, University of Tokyo

Policy for the Elderly in Japan     

 
17.04.2008:
Peter J. Katzenstein, Professor, Cornell University

Beyond Bush: Japan and Germany in the American Imperium     

 
27.03.2008:
Kazuhiko Togo, former Ambassador, Professor Temple University

Japan’s Foreign Policy: Between the Pacific Ocean and the Asian Continent

 
21.02.2008:
Emmanuel Chéron, Professor, Sophia University

Consumer Perception of Cause-Related Marketing

06.12.2007:
Jim Raymo, Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Cohabitation and First Marriage in Japan

 
08.11.2007:
Alfons Deeken, Professor Emeritus, Sophia University

Evolving Japanese Perspectives on Death and Dying     

 
11.10.2007:
Naohiro Yashiro, Professor, International Christian University

Labor market reform in aging Japan: A key for the structural reform plan

 
13.09.2007:
Kensaku Yoshida, Professor, Sophia University

English in elementary schools? An overview of the issues     

 
21.06.2007:
Keiko McDonald, Professor, University of Pittsburgh

The Agony of Eldercare: Two Japanese Women Directors Study an Age-Old Problem

 
31.05.2007:
Patricia G. Steinhoff, Professor, University of Hawaii

Invisible Civil Society: The Effects of 1960s New Left Protests on Contemporary Japan     

 
12.04.2007:
Yamawaki Keizo, Professor, Meiji University

The Challenges of the Japanese Integration Policy

 
15.03.2007:
Christian Kirchner, Professor, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Comparative Corporate Governance     

 
15.02.2007:
Taizo Yakushiji, Ph.D., Council for Science and Technology Policy, Cabinet Office

Japan's Innovation Agendas

 
16.11.2006:
Mayumi Usami, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

Politeness in Intercultural Communication

 
18.05.2006:
Professor Richard J. Samuels, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Japanese Grand Strategies: Past and Future     

 
03.03.2005:
Sepp Linhart, Professor, University of Vienna

The Japanese Family Revolution (The Japanese Family Revolution)

07.12.2004:
Steven R. Reed (Professor, Chūō University)

Japan's New Party System

 
27.05.2004:
Dr. Brian Victoria (University of Adelaide)

The Role of Religion in World War II - As seen in Germany, Japan and the US

 
22.04.2004:
Gavan McCormack (Professor, Australian National University)

Difficult Neighbors: Japan and North Korea

 
01.04.2004:
Michael Pye (Professor, University of Marburg)

Japanese Pilgrimage: Shinto Variations on a Buddhist Theme

 
03.03.2004:
Dr. Karen A. Shire (Professor, Universität Duisburg-Essen)

Change in Japanese Employment Institutions: The Case of Temporary Work

 
 
15.01.2004:
Joshua S. Mostow (Professor, The University of British Columbia)

Tales of Ise: A Short Visual Reception History

09.12.2003:
Dennis Tachiki (Professor, Tamagawa University)

Does E-Commerce Create A Level Playing Field? The Cases of Germany and Japan

 
20.11.2003:
Dr. John Benson (Professor, University of Melbourne)

The Japanese Company: Management, Unions and Financial Performance

 
23.10.2003:
Sharalyn Orbaugh (Professor, University of British Columbia)

General Nogi's Wife and the Gender of the Modern Nation

 
02.10.2003:
Viktoria Eschbach-Szabo (Professor, University of Tübingen, Germany)

Japanese Linguistics and Car-Navigation Technology

 
17.06.2003:
Takenori Inoki (Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies)

College Graduates in Japanese Industries

 
 
22.04.2003:
Patricia J. Graham (PhD, University of Kansas)

The Japanese Sencha Tea Ceremony: History, Aesthetics and Accoutrements

 
10.02.2003:
Ulrike SCHAEDE (Professor, University of California at San Diego) &
SEKI Takaya (J-IRIS and Reitaku University)

The Two Faces of the Japanese Economy

 
30.05.2002:
Peter Duus (Professor, Stanford University)

Civilizing Tokyo: Meiji Visions of a National Capital

 
11.04.2002:
Winfried Flüchter (Professor, University Duisburg)

A New Capital for Japan? The Construction Industry and the Geography of Power.

 
13.03.2002:
Gerhard Krebs (Guest Professor, FU Berlin)

Antisemitism and Policies towards Jews in Japanese History

 
21.02.2002:
J. Victor Koschmann (Professor, Cornell University)

Hakone Conference Revisited: Modernization and the Civil Society School in Postwar Japan

13.12.2001:
Ronald P. Toby (Professor, University of Illinois and University of Tokyo)

The Foreign Side of Fuji: Internationalizing the Mountain in Early-Modern Discourse

 
08.11.2001:
Richard A. Werner (Sophia University and Profit Research Center Ltd.)

Monetary Policy and the Transformation of Japan's Economic Structure

 
04.10.2001:
Ehud Harari (Professor, Hebrew University Jerusalem)

Labor Relations in the Japanese Civil Service

 
19.06.2001:
Ulrich Teichler (Professor, University of Kassel)

University Graduates’ Employment and Work: A Comparison between Japan and Europe

 
17.05.2001:
Janet Walker (Professor, Rutgers University)

Defining and Locating Japanese Literary Modernism

 
11.04.2001:
Meguro Yoriko (Professor, Sophia University, Tokyo)

Gender Equality and Women's Identity in Japan

 
22.03.2001:
Reinhard Drifte (Professor, University of Newcastle upon Tyne)

Japanese-Chinese Security Relations. The Japanese Way of Engagement

 
30.01.2001:
Jay Rubin (Professor, Harvard University)

How to Carve a Wind-Up Bird: Murakami Haruki in English

10.11.2000:
Ezra F. Vogel (Professor, Harvard University)

Japan and Asia in the New Century

 
20.09.2000:
Ishida Hiroshi (Professor, The University of Tokyo)

Class Structure and Social Mobility in Japan and Industrial Nations

 
05.04.2000:
Bernhard May (German Society for Foreign Affairs, Berlin)

US-Japan relations in turmoil? A European perspective

 
07.03.2000:
T.J. Pempel (Professor, University of Washington, Seattle)

Embedded Capitalisms Under Siege: Japan and Germany

 
15.02.2000:
Kosaku Yoshino (Professor, The University of Tokyo)

Nationalism, Globalism and Culturalism in the Discourse on Japanese Identity

25.11.1999:
Erwin K. Scheuch (Professor emeritus, University of Cologne)

Globalization - on the Road to a New World System?

 
20.05.1999:
Patricia G. Steinhoff (Professor, University of Hawaii)

Tracing the Legacy of Late 1960s Protest

 
04.03.1999:
Ueno Chizuko (Professor, University of Tokyo)

The Politics of Memory: The Case of the Military Comfort Women

 
25.02.1999:
Aoki Tamotsu (Professor, University of Tokyo)

ASEAN and Japan - On the Development of Cultural Relations

07.10.1998:
Werner Pascha (Professor, University of Duisburg)

Federalism in Japan - Only A Fancy?

 
17.09.1998:
Edward Seidensticker (Professor emeritus, University of California at Davis)

A Half Century with the Japanese Intelligentsia

 
04.06.1998:
Chia-ning Chang (Professor, University of California at Davis)

Reading Modern and Contemporary Japanese Autobiographies

 
14.05.1998:
John Creighton Campbell (Professor, University of Michigan)

The Return of the Welfare State - Old Age Care in Japan

 
19.03.1998:
Franz Nuscheler (Professor, Gerhard Mercator University, Duisburg)

ODA and Human Rights - The Case of Japan

 
29.01.1998:
Ben-Ami Shillony (Professor, Hebrew University, Jerusalem)

Power, Divinity and Gender in the Imperial Institution of Japan

13.11.1997:
Glenn Hook (Professor, University of Sheffield)

Contested Regional Identities: What is 'East Asia' and 'Asia Pacific' to Japan?

 
09.10.1997:
Donald Keene (Professor emeritus, Columbia University)

Encounters with Japan, Wartime and Postwar

 
19.06.1997:
Michael Cooper (Sophia University, Tokyo)

The First Japanese Visitors to Europe: Four Boys as Envoys to Rome, 1582-1590

 
17.04.1997:
J.A.A. Stockwin (Professor, Oxford University)

Reflections on the Asian Model of Democracy

 
13.03.1997:
J. Arnason (Professor, La Trobe University, Melbourne)

Japan and Europe: The Use and Abuse of Comparisons