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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.

Die meisten DIJ Foren werden aufgezeichnet und können nach der Veranstaltung auf unserer Podcast-Seite heruntergeladen werden.

2012

12. Januar 2012
Rethinking Japanese Public Opinion and Security: From LDP to DPJ Rule

Paul Midford, Norwegian University for Science and Technology Trondheim


2011

1. Dezember 2011
The Future of "Old" Industry in Japan: Hollowing Out, Growing with Asia, or Switching to Services?

Martin Schulz, Fujitsu Research Institute (FRI)


2. November 2011
The Role of Giving and Volunteering for Post-Disaster Reconstruction

Naoto Yamauchi, Professor, Osaka University


13. Oktober 2011
What is a Happy Family? German and Japanese Case Studies

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


29. September 2011
Sustainability Issues in the Super-Aged Society - Prospecting the “Platinum Society”

Hiroshi Komiyama, Chairman of the Institute, Mitsubishi Research Institute


31. August 2011
Aftermath: Religion in the Wake of Aum

9. Juni 2011
The Future Hope of Japan - Aerospace Science and Technology Developments of JAXA

Midori Nishiura, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency


19. Mai 2011
The Secrets of "Sūpā Rōjin": Fundamentals of a Successful Aging Society in Japan

Hiroshi Shibata, Professor, University of Human Arts and Sciences


3. Februar 2011
Inventing Ise: the Ise Shrines in Meiji Japan

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


2010

15. Dezember 2010
Religion and Politics. Japan, Germany and Switzerland in Comparison

18. November 2010
Explaining the Collapse of the LDP Regime

Jun Saito, Yale University


10. Juni 2010
Post-racial Obama in Japan? Struggles of Blood Ideology Amid Calls for Change

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


27. Mai 2010
Where are Japanese universities heading?

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


1. April 2010
Policing obesity in Japan. Health politics and Japanese-style risk society

Wolfram Manzenreiter, Ass. Professor, University of Vienna


21. Januar 2010
World Class beyond Toyota – Japanese “Hidden Champions”

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


2009

17. Dezember 2009
Happy Workplace for Innovation in Japanese Companies

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


19. November 2009
Sōka Gakkai and the Politics of Happiness

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


4. November 2009
Wellbeing in feminism and gender policies in Germany and Japan

Ilse Lenz, Professor, Ruhr-Universität Bochum


17. September 2009
Modernization and Life Satisfaction in Japan in a Comparative Perspective - A Theoretical and Empirical Approach

Wolfgang Jagodzinski, Professor, University of Cologne


25. Juni 2009
Towards an Economics of Happiness: From GNP to GNH

Shinichi Tsuji, Professor, Meiji Gakuin University


14. Mai 2009
Sex and the City: The Search for Kitto, Motto, Zutto Happiness in Manhattan and Tokyo

Janet Shibamoto-Smith, Professor, University of California


23. April 2009
Going Green? Japan and the Energy/Environmental Crisis

Andrew DeWit, Professor, Rikkyo University


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

Kenneth Alan Grossberg, professor, Waseda Business School


12. Februar 2009
The Japanese State and the Myth of Late Development

Gregory J. Kasza, Professor, Indiana University


22. Januar 2009
Stability and Fluidization of the Social Stratification System in Contemporary Japan

Yoshimichi Sato, Professor, Tohoku University, Sendai


2008

13. November 2008
東アジアの国際政治と日本 (East Asia’s International Politics and Japan)

Akihiko Tanaka, Professor, University of Tokyo


2. Oktober 2008
The Silver Market Phenomenon: A German-Japanese Perspective

Cornelius Herstatt, Professor, Hamburg University of Technology, TUHH


17. Juli 2008
Electoral Systems and Party Personnel

Robert Pekkanen, Professor, University of Washington


5. Juni 2008
Choose and Focus – The Transformation of Japanese Business Strategies

Ulrike Schaede, Professor, University of California, San Diego


15. Mai 2008
Policy for the Elderly in Japan

John C. Campbell, Visiting Professor, University of Tokyo


17. April 2008
Beyond Bush: Japan and Germany in the American Imperium

Peter J. Katzenstein, Professor, Cornell University


27. März 2008
Japan’s Foreign Policy: Between the Pacific Ocean and the Asian Continent

Kazuhiko Togo, former Ambassador, Professor Temple University


21. Februar 2008
Consumer Perception of Cause-Related Marketing

Emmanuel Chéron, Professor, Sophia University


24. Januar 2008
日本のテレビCMにおける外国要素の役割 (The role of foreign elements in Japanese television commercials)

Shigeru Hagiwara , Professor, Keio University, Tokyo


2007

6. Dezember 2007
Cohabitation and First Marriage in Japan

Jim Raymo, Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison


8. November 2007
Evolving Japanese Perspectives on Death and Dying

Alfons Deeken, Professor Emeritus, Sophia University


11. Oktober 2007
Labor market reform in aging Japan: A key for the structural reform plan

Naohiro Yashiro, Professor, International Christian University


13. September 2007
English in elementary schools? An overview of the issues

Kensaku Yoshida, Professor, Sophia University


21. Juni 2007
The Agony of Eldercare: Two Japanese Women Directors Study an Age-Old Problem

Keiko McDonald, Professor, University of Pittsburgh


31. Mai 2007
Invisible Civil Society: The Effects of 1960s New Left Protests on Contemporary Japan

Patricia G. Steinhoff, Professor, University of Hawaii


12. April 2007
The Challenges of the Japanese Integration Policy

Yamawaki Keizo, Professor, Meiji University


15. März 2007
Comparative Corporate Governance

Christian Kirchner, Professor, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin


15. Februar 2007
Japan's Innovation Agendas

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


2006

14. Dezember 2006
Marital Satisfaction and Work-Life Balance: A Viewpoint Indispensable to Mitigating Fertility Decline

Kazuo Yamaguchi, Professor, The University of Chicago


16. November 2006
Politeness in Intercultural Communication

Mayumi Usami, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies


22. Juni 2006
The Tokugawa Mating Game: Marriage, Divorce and Remarriage in Historical Perspective (Das Tokugawa-Paarungsspiel: Heirat, Scheidung und Wiederheirat aus historischer Perspektive)

Satomi Kurosu, Professor, Reitaku University


18. Mai 2006
Japanese Grand Strategies: Past and Future

Professor Richard J. Samuels, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


23. März 2006
Images of Japanese society presented in the ‘New Civic Textbook’ by Tsukuru-kai. Solutions for demographic challenges and social change? (Das Bild der japanischen Gesellschaft, in den neuen „Tsurukai-Sozialkunde-Schulbüchern“: Lösungen für demographischen Wandel und soziale Veränderungen?)

Klaus Vollmer, Professor, Munich University (LMU)


2. März 2006
Ageing tourists, ageing destinations: tourism and demographic change in Japan (Alternde Touristen, alternde Reiseziele: Tourismus und demographischer Wandel in Japan)

Carolin Funck, Professor, Hiroshima University


9. Februar 2006
Regional Inequality in Japan: Income, Health, Life Style, and Stature (Regionale Ungleichheit in Japan: Einkommen, Gesundheit, Lebensstil und Körpergröße)

Jean-Pascal Bassino, Maison Franco-Japonaise