HITOMI, Takeshi

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Name
HITOMI, Takeshi
E-mail
thitomirikkyo.ac.jp
Affiliation
Waseda University
Section
Faculty of Law Waseda Law School
Job title
Professor
Research funding number
30189790

Research Interests

 
 

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Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, Rikkyo University Law School
 
Apr 2010
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Today
Professor, Law School, RIKKYO UNIVERSITY
 

Education

 
 
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Mar 1982
Faculty of Law, Waseda University
 
 
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Mar 1984
Graduate School, Division of Social Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 

Research Grants & Projects

 
Relocation of state administration in interdependence network of governance - reconsideration and revival of "modern administrative law"
Project Year: Apr 2014 - Mar 2017
Regarding the significance of network theory in administrative law, firstly we investigated the theoretical trends in Germany and the United States. Next, various areas such as measures for the poor, town planning by the residents, response to the...
Legal study of the locally autonomous, regionally cooperative and multi-layered disaster resilient system construction.
Project Year: Apr 2013 - Mar 2016
Strategies to reduce the damages by disasters are envisaged in the direction to strengthen disaster local resilience. It is a challenge to build a legal system on disaster prevention organization. In response to the phase and the cycle of disaster...
Legal study of division of roles between the state and civil society with the focus on public-private-partnership in specific administrative areas
Project Year: Apr 2011 - Mar 2014
While taking a survey of public-private-partnership(PPP) in individual administrative areas, we were studying the general doctrine on PPP. The theory of extension of public law norms to PPP which occurred through the so-called privatization ("Secu...
A Paradigm Conversion of the Japanese Local Government Law System
Project Year: Apr 2011 - Mar 2014
The main achievements of this project have been as follows: (1) Through an examination of key concepts --; such as “residents” and “residency” --; as well as international comparison, this research re-examined several fundamental premises of Japan...
Research of Socially Inclusive Disaster Recovery Law : Related to Compensation, Housing Welfare, and Local Revitalization
Disaster recovery policy following events such as earthquakes, floods and volcanoes, and the revitalization of the devastated area, are enormous challenges in Japan, and this research intends to provide a critical reappraisal of the field. This is...