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Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien

Research Projects

Discussions of Diversity in Fiction and the Media - Work and the Workplace in the Context of Alternative Concepts of Life

Diversität und ethische Probleme in der Kultur- und Sprachpolitik Japans: Geschichte, Gegenwart und Zukunft

Effective Multinational Teamwork in the Japanese Context (EMTJ Study)

Energiewende und Demokratie in Japan – Die Rolle der Zivilgesellschaft und der kommunalen Selbstverwaltung bei der Förderung Erneuerbarer Energien

Entrepreneurship and Employment in Demographically Ageing Societies

Geschichtspolitik in Ostasien

Happily Different? On Happiness and Norm Deviation in Japan

Happiness and Unhappiness in Bioethical Questions: Decision Making for Organ Donation and Organ Transplantation in Germany and in Japan

Happiness in Japan before and after 3/11: An economic approach

Parents against Radiation. A case study

Political Participation and Happiness in Japan

Political Participation and Happiness in Japanese Community Groups

Politikwandel für mehr Diversity? Gegenwärtige Gleichstellungspolitik in Japan

Risiken und Chancen politischer Partizipation in Japan

Socio-political discourse on happiness in Imperial Japan: Towards a historical contextualization of the Japanese concept of happiness

Soziale Risiken, Marktregulierung und der japanische Wohlfahrtsstaat

Start-ups in Asia – the role of agglomerations and international linkages

Technical Innovation and Research Collaboration / Clusters: Biomedical Engineering in Japan

The Diversification of Employment and its Implications for Japan’s Welfare Politics