NAITO Hiroko

NAITO Hiroko

East Asian Studies Group, Area Studies Center

Research Field:
Contemporary Chinese Politics, Comparative Politics

Education / Research Experience

Education:
Keio University, Faculty of Policy and Management, Bachelor, July 2009.
Peking University, Department of Government, Exchange Program, September 2010 to July 2011.
Keio University, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Master (Media and Governance), March 2012.
Harvard University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Visiting Student, August 2014 to December 2015.
Keio University, Graduate School of Media and Governance, PhD (Media and Governance), February 2017.
Academic Appointments:
Harvard-Yenching Institute, Visiting Fellow (August 2014 – December 2015)
Sekai Seikei Chosakai Kokusai Josei Kenkyujyo, Research Fellow (April 2016–March 2017)
Tohoku University, Assistant Professor, Center for Northeast Asian Studies (April 2017- March 2020)
Teaching Experience:
Keio University, Lecturer. "Region and Society (Asia-Pacific)", Fall 2017
Keio University, Lecturer. "Comparative Political and Economic System", Fall 2017
Tohoku University, Assistant Professor, "Basic Seminar", Spring 2019


Major Works

  • Hiroko Naito and Machikenaite Vida eds., (forthcoming) State Capacity Building in Contemporary Chinese Politics, Springer.
  • Hiroko Naito, "The Political Role of the People's Court and Authoritarian Regime Resilience: The Revision of the Environmental Protection Law in China", Issues & Studies, December 2017 (Peer Review) (ENGLISH)
  • Hiroko Naito, "Continuity and Discontinuity of the Political Reform: Focusing on the Reorganization Process of Politics and Law Committee in the Province Governments", International Affairs Vol.87, March 2017, pp63-74 (JAPANESE)
  • Hiroko Naito, "Adaptability of Chinese Communist Party in the Case of Institutionalization of Labor Dispute Resolution System", KEIO SFC JOURNAL, Vol.16, No,2, 2016 pp.242-263 (Peer Review) (JAPANESE)
  • Hiroko NAITO, "Institutionalization of Party-People's Court Relationship after 1980s’ and Legitimacy of Chinese Communist Party", Articles of Chinese Studies, September 2013. (Peer Review) (JAPANESE)

Other Information

Membership of Academic Societies

Japan Association for Asian Studies
Japan Association for Comparative Politics
Association for Asian Studies

E-mail

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