Cultivating Talented Individuals


Cultivating Talented Individuals:Research Assistants:Research Fellows

Research Fellow Fiscal Year2008, 2 researchers


Because GIARI aims to cultivate highly talented individuals, it offers young researchers, who have already received doctoral degrees, positions as research fellows. Their tasks include editing working papers of achievement reports and creating an international network of researchers. These researchers' perspectives are extremely effective in establishing an efficient, high-quality operational system for GIARI. In addition, research associates of GSAPS, where GIARI is located, participate in these operations.

Fiscal Year 2008 / Research Fellows

Name Affiliated department, position title Major Dissertation
April 1, 2008 - Lecturer, Kawamura Gakuen Woman's University, Ph.D. International Relations, International Organization, Human Security, UN Studies "UN Economic Sanctions and Their Humanitarian Issues: Searching for 'Smart Sanctions'"
Ph.D.(Politics and International Studies / University of Warwick)
April 1, 2008 - Lecturer, College of Law and Politics, Rikkyo (Saint Paul's) University, Ph.D.
Lecturer, School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda University
Politics, International Relations, Public Administration, Policy Process "Bureaucratic Behavior and Policy Change: Reforming the Role of Japan's Ministry of Finance"

Waseda University Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies (WIAPS) Research Associates

Name Major
Yoji OSADA April 1, 2008 - Contemporary Chinese History, Contemporary Chinese Society
Kaoko TAKAHASHI April 1, 2008 - Urban Planning (International Development, NGO Analysis)