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Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien

Hanno Jentzsch

Hanno Jentzsch
Sozialwissenschaft
Seit Oktober 2016

jentzsch@dijtokyo.org

Hanno Jentzsch ist seit Oktober 2016 wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am DIJ. Seine Dissertation (Universität Duisburg-Essen, März 2016) behandelt die Rolle von informellen “village institutions” im Wandlungsprozess des landwirtschaftlichen Unterstützungs- und Protektionsregimes in Japan. Im Rahmen des DIJ-Projekts “Die Zukunft der Gemeinden in Japans Regionen” untersucht er die politische Ökonomie von ländlichen Revitalisierungsprojekten. Besondere Aufmerksamkeit gilt dabei der Interaktion zwischen lokalen (informellen) Institutionen und den sich wandelnden politischen Rahmenbedingungen des Verhältnisses zwischen Zentralstaat und Peripherie.
Die Haupt-Forschungsinteressen umspannen die Bereiche ländliches Japan, Agrarpolitik, informelle Institutionen, „Varieties of Capitalism“ und Theorien zu instituionellen Wandlungsprozessen.

DIJ Projekte

Was ist “lokal”? Die politische Bedeutung von subnationalen Räumen in Japan

Die Zukunft der Gemeinden in Japans Regionen - Risiken und Chancen angesichts vielfältiger Herausforderungen

Abgeschlossene DIJ Projekte

Harvesting State Support – Endogenous Institutional Change and the Role of the “Local” in Japan’s Agricultural Support and Protection Regime

Die Politische Ökonomie von “Ländlicher Revitalisierung“ im Wandel

Ausgewählte Publikationen

Artikel

2017
Tracing the Local Origins of Farmland Policies in Japan—Local-National Policy Transfers and Endogenous Institutional Change
In: Social Science Japan Journal. Oxford University Press.
2017
Abandoned land, corporate farming, and farmland banks: a local perspective on the process of deregulating and redistributing farmland in Japan
In: Reiher, Cornelia; Yamaguchi, Tomiko (Hg.) Contemporary Japan 29, No. 1. Contemporary Japan. Routledge. pp. 31-46.
2017
Subsidized Tradition – Hamlet Farms in Contemporary Japanese Agricultural Politics
In: Niehaus, Andreas; Walravens, Tine (Hg.) Feeding Japan - The Cultural and Political Issues of Dependency and Risk. Palgrave Macmillan.

Rezenzionen

2017
The Political Economy of Japanese Trade Policy. Edited by Aurelia George Mulgan and Masayoshi Honma
In: Pacific Affairs, Vol.90, No.2. pp. 352 - 354.

Akademische Auszeichnungen

Vorträge

5. Juli 2018
The 6th Industry: Renegotiating the Political Economy of “Regional Japan”. Lunch Seminar on Japanese Economy and Society, Maison Franco-Japonaise, Tokyo, Japan.

24. Juni 2018
Japan’s Changing Agricultural Welfare State – Struggling Cooperatives, Collective Farming, and Village Institutions. Society for the Advancement of the Socio-Economics Annual Meeting, Panel "Governing Social Risks in China and Japan", Kyoto, Japan.

24. Juni 2018
Institutional Change at the Rice Roots - Informal Institutions and Local Agency in Japan’s Changing Agricultural Support and Protection Regime. Mini-Conference “Revisiting Nonliberal Capitalism: Germany and Japan Ten Years After the Great Financial Crisis”, Kyoto, Japan.

4. Juni 2018
Defensive Institution-Building and Changing Social and Political Boundaries: Local Agricultural Regimes and Agricultural Reform in Japan. Regional Studies Association Annual Conference, Special Session “Agency, Institutional Change and Local Economic Development”, Lugano, Switzerland.

2. November 2017
Process or Perish? Family Farms, Agricultural Cooperatives, and the “6th Industry”. VSJF Annual Conference 2017, Panel "Institutional Change in Japan’s Peripheries: Rural Areas between Decentralization, Deregulation, and Dependency" chaired by Sonja Ganseforth, Vienna, Austria.

2. September 2017
Japan’s Destabilizing Agricultural Welfare State - Struggling Cooperatives and Changing Village Institutions. 15th International Conference of the European Association for Japanese Studies (EAJS), Panel "The Social Consequences of Structural Reform on the Welfare Mix: Agricultural Protection, Family Care and Corporate Welfare" chaired by Karen Shire, Lisbon, Portugal.

16. März 2017
The Difference Democracy Makes? Comparing Agrarian Change in Japan and China (with René Trappel). Annual Conference of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), Panel "Envisioning a Future for the Countryside: Chinese and Japanese Perspectives" chaired by Elena Meyer-Clement, Toronto, Canada.

2. November 2016
Hamlet-Based Collective Farming - Village Institutions as Resources in Japan’s Changing Agricultural Sector. Conference “Rural Areas Between Decline and Resurgence - Lessons from Japan and Austria, University of Vienna, Austria.

24. Juli 2016
Tracing the Local Origins of Farmland Policies in Japan. 24th World Congress of the International Political Science Association (IPSA), Panel “Local Governance and Civil Society”, chaired by Robert Pekkanen, Poznan, Poland.

3. Juli 2015
Consuming the Nation – Chisan Chishô in the Context of WTO Era Agricultural Policy-Making in Japan (with Tine Walravens). Symposium “Emotionalizing the Nation: Conflicting Narratives in Japanese Food Identities”, Royal Flemish Academy, Brussels.

29. März 2015
Village Institutions and the Agricultural Reform Process in Japan. Annual Conference of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), Panel “Interest Groups in Contemporary Japan”, chaired by Robert Pekkanen, Chicago, USA.

28. Juli 2014
Agricultural Marketization Meets Village Institutions: Community Farming in Hikawa-chô, Shimane-ken. 14th International Conference of the European Association of Japanese Studies (EAJS), Panel “Eating Practices and Japan’s Agri-Food System in Flux: On Local Farmers, Global Risks and Alternative Consumers' Choices”, chaired by Cornelia Reiher, Ljubiljana, Slovenia.

Curriculum Vitae


10/2015 - 08/2016
Research Fellow, DFG Graduiertenkolleg "Risk and East Asia, Institut für Ostasienwissenschaften, Universität Duisburg-Essen

10/2011 - 09/2015
Promotionsstudent, DFG Graduiertenkolleg "Risk and East Asia, Institut für Ostasienwissenschaften, Universität Duisburg-Essen

09/2013 - 12/2013
Visiting Research Fellow, Institut für Sozialwissenschaften, Universität Tokio