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Japan in Transregional Perspective

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    Japan in Transregional Perspective

    Research focus 2019年6月年〜

    During the past few years, the DIJ has successively incorporated Japan's transnational and transregional connections into its research. This regional and global contextualization of Japan is reflected in several individual research projects and in several multi-institutional research collaborations: the newly established research partnership on Asian Infrastructures with the Asia Research Institute (ARI) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) as well as the projects on Borders, Mobility and New Infrastructures (NUS) and on Interaction and Knowledge in the Pacific Region: Entanglements and Disentanglements (MWS/BMBF) which were completed in 2022.

    See also article on "Border-crossing Streams of Knowledge - Transnational Research at the DIJ Tokyo" by Franz Waldenberger here (in German).




    国際労働力の統合へ目指して – 日本企業のグローバル人材戦略


    John Rabe's Nanjing Diaries - Testifying and Contesting War Experiences in China and Japan

    アジアにおけるベンチャー企業 - 地域的立地条件と国際ネットワークの重要性

    Transforming Empire: Japanese technical assistance and education in postwar Asia

    Completed Projects

    Comparing Comparisons

    日本の「ブルー・エコノミーズ」? 世界の水産物貿易の再編と日本企業

    Relationships in motion: Doing belonging on a global stage

    The Making of Modern Social Sciences in East Asia - Concepts, Agents and Transnational Networks