Japan Policy Fellowship Program

The Japan Chair at CSIS in collaboration with the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership has 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.


A. Maria Toyoda Gene Park
Villanova University Baruch College, City University of New York
Event: Event:
"Economic Cooperation Redux: Diplomacy and Japan's Official Finance"
March 4, 2010
"Japan's 'Second Budget' and the Politics of Spending"
July 14, 2010
Paper: Paper:
The Unheard Giant: Japan's Missing Voice in the ODA Debate
April 20, 2010
Japan's Other Spending Problem
August 4, 2010



Daniel Kliman Phillip Y. Lipscy
Princeton University Stanford University
Event: Event:
"China: Japan's Rising Power Conundrum"
July 15, 2009
3:00-4:30 pm
"Asian Regional Cooperation and Global Reform after the Financial Crisis"
July, 28, 2009
3:30-5:00 pm
Paper: Paper:
China: Japan’s Rising Power Conundrum
August 14, 2009
Asian Regional Cooperation and Global Reform after the Financial Crisis
October 8, 2009



Deborah J. Milly
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Kathryn Ibata-Arens
DePaul University
Event: Event:
"Will Japan Get Immigration Right?"
June 4, 2008
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
"Who is Winning at the Cluster Game? Entrepreneurship and Innovation Strategies in the U.S. and Japan"
June 10, 2008
3:00-4:30 pm
Paper: Paper:
Japan Chair Platform: Will Japan Get Immigration Right?
June 26, 2008
Japan Chair Platform: Clustering to Win: Push, Pull, Drag, and Jump Factors in New Technology Entrepreneurship in Japan
September 24, 2008