Hiroshi Okayama

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Name
Hiroshi Okayama
Affiliation
Keio University
Section
Faculty of Law
Job title
Professor
Degree
Ph. D.(University of Tokyo)
Other affiliation
School of Law
ORCID ID
0000-0002-0849-3773

Research Areas

 
 

Awards & Honors

 
Jun 2006
The Consolidation of the American Two-Party System: The Republican Party and the Formation of the Post-bellum Regime during Reconstruction, Shimizu Hiroshi Prize, Japanese Association of American Studies
 

Published Papers

 
Hiroshi Okayama
Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era   15(2) 129-148   Apr 2016   [Refereed]
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The journal of the Association of Political and Social Sciences   115(7) 72-131   2002
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The journal of the Association of Political and Social Sciences   115(1) 57-132   2002
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The journal of the Association of Political and Social Sciences   104(7) 53-116   2001
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The journal of the Association of Political and Social Sciences   104(5) 1-60   2001

Misc

 
岡山 裕
Pacific and American studies   7 35-37   Mar 2007
特集1 : 「日米関係のコンテクスト」Special Topics I : The Context of U.S.-Japan Relations

Books etc

 
American Politics
Hiroshi Okayama (Part:Joint Editor)
Kobundo   May 2019   ISBN:4335460392
Judicializing the Administrative State: The Rise of the Independent Regulatory Commissions in the United States, 1883-1937
Hiroshi Okayama
Routledge   May 2019   
The Comparative Politics of Constitutional Change
Kobundo   Jul 2016   ISBN:9784335356797
The Politics of Accountability Reform
Hiroshi Okayama (Part:Contributor)
Yuhikaku   Mar 2015   ISBN:978-4-641-14912-0
Hiroshi Okayama (Part:Contributor, Political Parties)
Kobundo   2013   ISBN:9784335551567
The Structure of Contemporary U.S. Politics
University of Tokyo Prss   Dec 2009   ISBN:9784130301503
岡山 裕
東京大学出版会   Jun 2005   ISBN:4130362240

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Administrative State Building under Efficiency-Equity Trade-off: The United States as a Test Case
Hiroshi Okayama
Jul 2016   
A Government of Commissions? The Institutional Development of Independent Regulatory Commissions from the Progressive Era to the New Deal
Hiroshi Okayama
Jan 2013   
The Brownlow Committee and ‘the Headless “Fourth Branch” of the Government
Hiroshi Okayama
Apr 2012   
The Interstate Commerce Commission and the Political Origins of a Judicialized Administrative State
Hiroshi Okayama
Sep 2011   
The Genesis of U.S. Independent Regulatory Commissions and the Political Origins of a Judicialized Administrative State
Hiroshi Okayama
Policy History Conference   Jun 2010