Kato Kozo

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Name
Kato Kozo
Affiliation
Sophia University
Section
Faculty of Law, Department of International Legal Studies
Job title
Professor
Degree
Ph.D.(Cornell University)
Research funding number
40292495

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 1986
 - 
Mar 1993
Nippon Keidanren
 
Jul 1996
 - 
Mar 1997
Fujitsu Research Institute
 
Apr 1997
 - 
Oct 1998
University of Tsukuba
 
Nov 1998
 - 
Mar 1999
University of Tsukuba
 
Oct 1999
 - 
Mar 2000
Hitotsubashi University
 

Education

 
Jan 1992
 - 
Aug 1996
Graduate School, Division of Politics, Cornell University
 

Published Papers

 
Asian Regional Integration from Japan-India Relations
Kozo Kato
Sophia Law Review   56(4) 293-320   Mar 2013
“Cabinet and Presidency”
KOZO KATO
Government and politics   1 228-238   2009
Globalization and the Japanese Language Policy
KATO KOZO
Sophia law review   52(3) 137-170   Feb 2009
The Dollar Regime and Asia-Pacific Economic Interdependence(<Special issue>The Frontiers of Political Analysis : Their Implications for Understanding Contemporary Japan)
KATO Kozo
The journal of social science   54(2) 101-126   Mar 2003
Corporatism and Development Cooperation Policy in Germany
KATO KOZO
The Tsukuba Review of Law and Political Science   (25) 386-339   Dec 1998

Misc

 
Interdependence Contexts and Japan’s Role in Asia: A Comparison to Germany’s
KATO KOZO
   Mar 2000

Books etc

 
The web of power : Japanese and German development cooperation policy(Studies of modern Japan)
Kato Kozo
Lexington Books   2002   ISBN:0739103113
『Asian Regionalism』(Cornell East Asia series, 107)「Open regionalism and Japan's systemic vulnerability」
Kato Kozo (Part:Joint Work)
East Asia Program, Cornell University   2000   ISBN:1885445075

Conference Activities & Talks

 
International Positions and Development Cooperation Policy in Japan and Germany
KATO KOZO
Sep 1996   
Uneven Interdependence: Japanese and German Development Cooperation Policy
KATO KOZO
Political Economy Colloquium, Department of Government,Cornell University   Mar 1996