Intellectual Exchange Grantee Publications 2005

The following grantee publications are from the period of
January 1, 2005 to December 31, 2005. 

Remapping East Asia
Abe Fellowship Seminar Series
Remapping East Asia: The Construction of a Region
T.J. Pempel ed.
A compilation of essays that highlight and analyze the developing areas of political, economic, and non-governmental cooperation in East Asia. Contributing authors include CGP grantees Laura B. Campbell, David Leheny, Etel Solingen, and T.J. Pempel.
ISBN 0-8014-8909-1
(Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2005, 319 pp.)
Exploring the Role of Universities in Japan and the United States in Educational Cooperation for Development
Hiroshima University, Center for the Study of International Cooperation in Education (CICE), Hiroshima, Japan
Japan-United States Dialogue Seminar: Exploring the Role of Universities in Japan and the United States in Educational Cooperation for Development
A seminar report from a project that investigates ways to strengthen collaboration between aid agencies and institutions of higher education in order to establish how US and Japanese universities can cooperate to strengthen the educational systems of developing nations.
Available in PDF
(Washington DC: Association Liason Office for University Cooperation in Development, 2005, 59 pp.)
Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
Promoting Sustainable River Basin Governance: Crafting Japan-U.S. Water Partnerships in China
Jennifer Turner and Kenji Otsuka, ed.
A collection of research papers written by members of a tri-national study team who participated in the joint project of the same name. Goals included identifying possible opportunities for U.S.-Japan assistance to promote successful river basin governance in Japan. The working group met with government representatives, environmental financing experts, NGO activists and scholars to discuss river basin governance policies, including innovative finance mechanisms and the enhancement of public participation in the decision-making process.
(Chiba: IDE-JETRO, 2005, 176 pp.)
International Economics and Economic Policy
Special Issue on Japanese and East Asian Macro/Financial and Exchange-Rate Policies
Paul J.J. Welfens et al, ed.
A collection of economic policy papers stemming from a project that analyzes the issues and policy options for Japan and the United States for multilateral, regional, and bilateral trade liberalization; the characteristics and behavioral relationships of Japanese/US trade and foreign direct investment; and the ways in which the two economies are being transformed via these evolving international economic relationships. Contributing authors include CGP grantees Gary Saxonhouse, Robert Stern, and Takatoshi Ito.
(Berlin: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, Journal no. 10368, 2005, 183pp.)
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
China Environment Forum
China Environment Series, Issue 7
Jennifer Turner, ed.
A collection of articles and commentaries from the Center’s China Environment Forum, a month gathering of experts from diverse backgrounds that aims to identify the most important environmental and sustainable development issues in China and explore creative ideas and opportunities for governmental and NGO cooperation. Topics include water development projects such as the Three Gorges Dam, sustainable food development and green labeling, and environmental education in the school systems.
(Washington, DC: China Environment Forum, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2005, 110pp.)