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educator , political scientist

Takashi Inoguchi, Japanese political scientist, educator. Member of Science Council Japan, Academy Council Legislation Council, Economic Council Quality of Life Council Japanese Government, International Studies Assn, Japanese Association International Relations (president 2000-2002), International Political Science Association, American Political Science Association, Japanese Political Science Association.

Background

Inoguchi, Takashi was born on January 17, 1944 in Nigata, Japan. Son of Kokichi and Mitsuko Inoguchi.

Education

Bachelor, University Tokyo, 1966. Master of Arts, University Tokyo, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1974.

Career

Associate professor political science Sophia University, Tokyo, 1974-1977, University Tokyo, 1977-1988, professor, 1988—2005, professor emeritus, since 2005. Professor Chuo University, 2005—2009. President University Niigata Prefecture, since 2009.

Senior vice rector United Nations University, 1995-1997. Japan Foundation visiting professor Graduate Institute International Studies, Geneva, 1977-1978, Australian National University, 1986. Distinguished visiting professor National University Singapore, 1999, 2005, 2007.

President Asian Consortium for Political Research, since 2004.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: Peking, Pyongyang, Moscow, 1961-1966: A Quantitative Analysis of International Relations, 1970, A Comparative Study of Diplomatic Style, China, Britain, Japan, 1978, International Political Economy, 1982, Contemporary Japanese Political Economy, 1983, Introduction to Social Sciences, 1985, The Political Economy of International Relations, 1985, Beyond Free Ride: Japan's New Role in the Changing World, 1987, States and Societies, 1988, Negotiation, Alliance and War, 1990, Contemporary International Politics and Japan, 1991, Japan: The Governing of an Economic Superpower, 1993, Japan's Foreign Policy in an Era of Global Change, 1993, Contemporary Japanese Diplomacy, 1993, System Change and International Politics, 1994, The Task of a Political Scientist, 1996, Global Change: A Japanese Perspective, 2001, The Foundations of Contemporary Japanese Politics, 2002, Envisioning Global Politics, 2002, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 2002, The Particularistic and the Universalistic in Japanese Politics, 2003, Japanese Politics: An Introduction, 2005. Co-author: Japanese Electoral Behavior, 1986, Electoral Behavior in the 1983 Japanese Elections, 1986, Tribal Legislators: Japan's Liberal-Democratic Parliamentarians in Action, 1987, Deciphering the World, 1990, Assessing the Gulf War, 1991, Political Cultures in Asia and Europe, 2006, Citizens and the State, 2007, English Proficiency Must be Acquired, 2008, Living Like Dandalion, 2009. Editor: Contemporary Political Science Series, since 1988, East Asian States and Societies Series, 1992-1993, Frontiers of Knowledge Series, since 1999, Leviathan: Japanese Journal Political Science, 1987-1998, Journal Japanese Studies, 1989-2001, International Organization, 1986-1991, World Politics, 1990-1993, Japanese Journal Political Science, since 1999, International Relations Asia-Pacific, 2000-2008, European Journal International Relations, since 2000, Journal East Asian Studies, 2001-2003, International Relations, since 2002, Japanese Political Research, since 2003, Global Governance: Germany and Japan in the International System, 2004, others.

      Co-editor The Political Economic of Japan, volunteer 2, The Changing International Context, 1988, The Total Vision of Aging Societies, 1991, Politics in Pacific Asia Since World War II, 1993, United States-Japan Relations and International Institutions After the Cold War, 1995, North-East Asian Regional Security: The Role of International Institutions, 1996, Japanese Politics Today: Beyond Karaoke Democracy?, 1997, The Vitality of Japan, 1997, The Changing Nature of Democracy, 1998, International Security Management and The United Nations, 1999, Cities and the Environment, 1999, Democracy, Governance, and Economic Performance: East and Southeast Asia, 1999, American Democracy Promotion, 2000, Japanese Foreign Policy Today, 1999, Encyclopedia of Political Science, 2000, Japan's Asian Policy, 2002, The World We Have Entered 2000-2050, 2003, Readings in International Relations, 2004, Reinventing the United States-Japanese Partnership in an Era of Change, 2003, Encyclopedia of International Relations, 2005, Perspectives on International Relations, 2005, Values and Life Styles in Urban Aria, 2005, Human Beliefs and Values in Striding Asia, 2006, Governance and Democracy in Asia, 2006, The Uses of Institutions, 2007, Federalism in Asia, 2007, Human Values and Beliefs in South and Central Asia, 2007, Globalization, Public Opinion and the State, 2008, The Quality of Life in Confucian Asia, 2010, Dragons & Beans, 2008, Living Like Dandalions, 2009, The Enigma of Japanese Politics, 2010. Associate editor other journals.

Membership

Member of Science Council Japan, Academy Council Legislation Council, Economic Council Quality of Life Council Japanese Government, International Studies Assn, Japanese Association International Relations (president 2000-2002), International Political Science Association, American Political Science Association, Japanese Political Science Association.

Connections

Married Kuniko Yokota, August 8, 1976.

father:
Kokichi Inoguchi

mother:
Mitsuko Inoguchi

Spouse:
Kuniko Yokota