Publications

Intellectual Exchange Grantee Publications 2004

The following are grantee publications from the period of January 1, 2004 to December 31, 2004.

East West Center, Washington, DC
Civil Society and Political Change in Asia
Muthiah Alagappa ed.
 
A book resulting from the second phase of a project to assess the role of civil society in the political evolution of the Asia-Pacific region by making a comparative study of the role and limitations of civil society in fostering and institutionalizing political change and governance in twelve Asian countries. 

(California: Stanford University Press, 2004, 528 pp.)

Economic Research Institute for Northeast Asia (ERINA)
ERINA Report, Vol. 55
A report from a dialogue project to identify cooperative approaches and explore the concept of a region-wide "energy security community" for reconciliation of national energy and environmental policies in relation to the increasing need for energy security in Northeast Asia. 
(Niigata: ERINA, 2004, 69 pp.)

Hiroshima University, Institute for Peace Science
Conflict and Human Security: A Search for New Approaches of Peace-building
The final research report of a collaborative project on conflict and human security in the context of armed conflict and the "war on terror." 
(Hiroshima: Institute for Peace Sciences, 2004, 327 pp.)

Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, Cambridge, MA
 
IFPA Project Interim Paper, First Interim Report: The Evolution of the TCOG as a Diplomatic Tool
James L. Schoff, ed.
 
A report resulting from the first year of a two-year project to research how to strengthen the US-Japan-South Korea relationship by enhancing regional stability and tools for alliance management, specifically the TCOG mechanism. Download the PDF.
(Boston: Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis, 2004, 40 pp.)

Japan Center for Economic Research (JCER)
JCER Economic Journal, No. 49
Journal produced by JCER as part of a policy-oriented research project conducted in collaboration with the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) to consider a Health Insurance Scheme Reform.
(Tokyo: Japan Center for Economic Research, 2004, 208 pp.)

National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR)

Japan, the United States and East Asia: Emerging Regional Challenges
A compilation of four essays resulting from a single-year project in collaboration with the Center for Global Communications (GLOCOM) that aims to convene a conference of leading American experts on Japan and Japanese from think tanks, political parties and Diet Staff, academics, journalists and business people to discuss economic and security issues. Contributing authors are Ralph A. Cossa (Pacific Forum CSIS), T.J. Pempel (University of California, Berkeley), Tomohito Shinoda (International University of Japan, Niigata), and Shujiro Urata (Waseda University). 

(Seattle: National Bureau of Asian Research, 2004, 34 pp.)

Pacific Forum CSIS

Issues & Insights, Vol. 3, No.9
Toward a Stronger Foundation for United States, Japan, and China Relations
Jane Skanderup ed.
A report resulting from a November 2003 conference in Tokyo, Japan, co-sponsored with Research Institute for Peace and Security and the China Institute of Contemporary International Relations, to improve trilateral relations so that each nation can better meet their respective responsibilities for regional peace and stability.

(Honolulu: Pacific Forum CSIS, 2004, 98 pp.)

Tokyo Institute of Technology, Graduate School, Department of Social Sciences and Engineering

Emerging Forces in Environmental Governance

Norichika Kanie and Peter M Haas eds.

A book resulting from a collaborative project with the University of Massachusetts at Amherst to address the various new channels of multilateral environmental governance that have appeared within an increasingly globalized international system at the beginning of 21st century.
ISBN 92-808-1095-2

(Tokyo: United Nations University Press, 2004, 295 pp.)

University of California, Berkeley

Ajia ni okeru Nihon Kigyou no Seikou Monogatari Shijou Senryaku to Hishijou Senryaku no Bunsetsu (Winning In Asia, Japanese Style)

Vinod K. Aggarwal and Shujiro Urata eds.
The Japanese translation of one volume in a set of three publications resulting from a two-year collaborative project to analyze the development of, changes in, and effects of bilateral trade agreements between the United States and Japan in the Asia-Pacific Region.
ISBN 4-657-03924-5
(Tokyo: Waseda University Press, 2004, 327 pp.)

University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA

U.S. Direct Investment in China
K.C. Fung, Lawrence J. Lau, Joseph S. Lee
A book resulting from a three-year project to examine two sets of major issues concerning the evolving roles of Japan and the United States in Pacific regional trade, with particular reference to the economic emergence of China: 1) how individual and mutual opportunities for trade and investment will evolve, 2) what opportunities exist for regional trade agreements based on explicit commitments by Japan, the US, and China as core participants.
ISBN 0-8447-4106-X
(Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, 2004, 198 pp.)

University of Tokyo, Institute of Social Science

ISS Research Series No. 13 Managing Development and Transition in a Globalizing World (II): Corporate Behavior

Part of a series of English language publications resulting from a research project that involves a multidimensional comparative analysis of issues of development management in newly industrialized countries in East Asia and Latin America as well as former socialist countries in the context of a globalizing world. 

(Tokyo: University of Tokyo, Institute of Social Science, 2004, 178 pp.)

University of Tokyo, Institute of Social Science


Managing Development and Transition in a Globalizing World : Financial Liberalization and Financial Crises

The English language publication resulting from a research project that involves a multidimensional comparative analysis of issues of development management in newly industrialized countries in East Asia and Latin America as well as former socialist countries in the context of a globalizing world.
(Tokyo: University of Tokyo, Institute of Social Science, 2003, 164 pp.)

Washington University
yusa no Ne NPO no Machizukuri: Shiatoru kara no Chousen (Town Development by Grassroots NPOs The Challenge from Seattle)
Yuko Nishimura ed.
A publication resulting from a three-year project to clarify what types of policies and measures are effective in order for nonprofit organizations and local governments in Japan to coordinate and build a relationship that is profitable for them both. The book provides several concrete examples of how the citizens of Seattle-whether they are community leaders, volunteers, or staff of an NPO-are the principal actors in town development.

ISBN 4-326-60713-6
(Tokyo: Keiso Shobo, 2004, 258 pp.)