Japan Chair Forum: Asian Regional Cooperation and Global Reform after the Financial Crisis
The CSIS Japan Chair hosted another installment of the Japan Chair Forum. This talk is entitled "Asian Regional Cooperation and Global Reform after the Financial Crisis" and is presented by
Japan Policy Fellow, Japan Chair, CSIS
Assistant Professor, Stanford University
Michael J. Green
Senior Adviser & Japan Chair, CSIS
Associate Professor, Georgetown University
A specialist on East Asian political economy and international relations, Phillip Lipscy is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Stanford University and a Center Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies. His fields of research include Japanese politics, U.S.-Japan relations, international and comparative political economy, international security, and regional cooperation in East and South East Asia. He obtained his PhD in Government at Harvard University. He received his MA in International Policy Studies and BA in Economics and Political Science at Stanford University.
Last year, the Japan Chair at CSIS in collaboration with the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership launched the Japan Policy Fellowship Program, an initiative to strengthen links between U.S. scholars of Japan and various stakeholders in the Washington, D.C. policy community.