Japan and Europe. Historical Relations and Comparative Studies
The DIJ has launched in 2002 a series titled Japan and Europe. Historical Relations and Comparative Studies 日欧交流史・比較研究. This scientific publication series is Japan-related and thus transdisciplinary as well as multidisciplinary. The spectrum includes the humanities, the social sciences, and the economics. It focusses on the German-Japanese and European-Japanese relations concerning political, economic, social and cultural affairs in past and present as well as on comparative problems.
Copies can be ordered from the publisher (Munich: Iudicium Verlag, http://www.iudicium.de). Within Japan, volumes can be ordered (in limited numbers) directly from the institute: email@example.com
Migration and Integration – Japan in Comparative Perspective
Tokuzō Fukuda. Briefe an Lujo Brentano, 1898–1930
Kultur als Determinante der Wirtschaft? Unternehmensphilosophien in Japan (Does culture influence the economy? Corporate philosophies in Japan)
Philipp Franz von Siebold and Russian Policy and Action on Opening Japan to the West in the Middle of the Nineteenth Century
Changing Attitudes towards Gender Equality in Japan and Germany