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Researchers

MATSUMOTO Haruka

MATSUMOTO Haruka
East Asian Studies Group, Area Studies Center


Research Field:
Cold War Diplomatic History, Chinese Diplomacy and Cross-Strait Relations

Education / Research Experience

Education:
Fulbright Scholar at Ph. D Candidate at Georgetown University
M.A. in Diplomatic History, Georgetown University
M.A. in International Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
B.A. in Area Studies of China, Tokyo Woman’s Christian University

Professional Career:
Research Fellow
 Institute of Developing Economies [IDE], JETRO, 2012-(current)
Visiting Scholar
 Peking University, China, 2011-2012
Visiting Scholar
 Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 2010-2011
Research Fellow
 Institute of Developing Economies [IDE], JETRO, 2005-2010
Research Fellow
 The Japan Institute of International Affairs [JIIA], 2003-2005
Research Consultant
 The World Bank Institute [WBI], U.S.A., 2001
Visiting Fellow
 Institution of International Affairs, Aichi University, 2000
Assistant Research Fellow
 Asia Forum Japan, 1997-2000

Teaching Carrer:
Lecturer in International Relations of Asia, Tokyo Woman’s Christian University, 2005-2007
Lecturer in Diplomatic History, Meiji University, 2004-2007
Visiting Professor in International Relations, Graduate School of Kyushu University, 2004-2005
Researcher Assistant, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, 2002-2003

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