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Abe Fellows 2009-2010


Sangmin Bae

Assistant Professor, Northeastern Illinois University
“Human Security in East Asia: Japan Leading the Way?”

Taiji Furusawa

Professor, Hitotsubashi University
“Quality of Financial Institutions and International Trade”

Mary Alice Haddad

Assistant Professor, Wesleyan University
“Environmental Politics and Civic Participation in East Asia”

Koichi Hamada

Tuntex Professor, Yale University
“Ignorance or Vested Interests: A Comparison of Economic Crisis Management in Japan and the United States”

Miwako Hosoda

Research Fellow, Harvard University
“Empirical Research on Social Movements around Health Issues in the U.S. and Japan”

Yoko Ibuka

Postdoctoral Associate, Yale University
“Cost-Effective Strategies for Influenza Vaccinations in the U.S. and Japan”

Akihiro Ogawa

Assistant Professor, Stockholm University
“Lifelong Learning and Globalization: A Comparative Study of Europe and Japan”

Andrew Oros

Assistant Professor, Washington College
 “Trilateralism in the U.S.-Japan-China Security Relationship”

Mitchell Sedgwick

Senior Lecturer and Director, Europe Japan Research Center
Oxford Brookes University
“Organizing Globalization: Anthropologies of Cross-Cultural Relations in Japanese Corporations”

Tomomi Tanaka

Assistant Professor, Arizona State University
“An International Comparative Study of the Relationship between Economic Growth and Incentives to Work, Save and Redistribute”

Yuma Totani
Assistant Professor, University of Hawaii at Manoa
“Justice in the Balance: Lessons from the Allied War Crimes Trials in the Asia-Pacific Region”

Honami Yoshida

Research Fellow, Harvard University
“Effects of Gender Disparity on Birthrate Declines and Reproductive Health Analyzed in U.S.-Japan Comparison”

Mari Yoshihara

Professor, University of Hawaii at Manoa
“Political Economy of the Arts in Japan and the United States”