GLOBAL GOVERNANCE STUDIES(GLOBALIZATION AND REGIONAL TRANSFORMATION) 2015
Lecturer : Ken Jimbo
This course is jointly conducted with Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea and Fudan University in Shanghai, China through Distance Learning (DL), simultaneously connected via internet.
This course will examine comparative governance and foreign policies in East Asia. The main objective of this course is to analyze Japan's domestic politics, institutions and legal structures that relates to the foreign policy. This course also covers the comparative perspectives of governance and foreign policies of China, Korea, and ASEAN member states.
Students are required to actively join in the weekly Distance Learning class. In addition to the participation in the class, students are also required to fully participate in the joint workshop with Yonsei and Fudan Students. You are expected to form the joint research group with students of both universities, then to give a final presentation in December. In the Fall semester 2015, Keio will host the Pilgrim Workshop (preparatory meeting) in November, followed by the Global Goveranance Workshop (final presentation) in Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea.