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Social Science Japan, the English-language newsletter of the Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo, provides concise information on key people, important issues, and recent developments in social science research on Japan. Social Science Japan is published twice a year, and is distributed to more than 1,400 Japan specialists and scholars interested in Japan in 48 countries throughout the world. Recent issues include "Commemorating Collaboration with Industry in People Analytics"(No. 59),"On Keynes's Thought and Theory"(No. 58), "The Seventieth Anniversary of the Founding of the Institute of Social Science of the University of Tokyo"(No. 57), and...in detail

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  • SSJ Number 58, March 2018, "On Keynes's Thought and Theory"
  • SSJ Number 57, September 2017, "The Seventieth Anniversary of the Founding of the Institute of Social Science of the University of Tokyo"
  • SSJ Number 56, March 2017, "Parent-child Relationships and Child Development"
  • SSJ Number 55, September 2016, "The Supply-Side Reforms of the Chinese Economy"
  • SSJ Number 54, March 2016, "Corporate Governance"
  • SSJ Number 53, September 2015, "Local Governance in Japan"
  • SSJ Number 52, March 2015, "Trans-Pacific Partnership"
  • SSJ Number 51, September 2014, "New Challenges in Supporting a Work-Life Balance"
  • SSJ Number 50, March 2014, "The Science of Japanese Personnel Management - Rethinking employment systems in the era of globalization"
  • SSJ Number 49, September 2013, "Reconsidering Governance"
  • SSJ Number 48, March 2013, "Research Activities at the Contemporary China Research Base"
  • SSJ Number 47, September 2012, "Youth and the Life Course"
  • SSJ Number 46, March 2012, "Employment in the Near Future"
  • SSJ Number 45, September 2011, "Parties in Disarray: The Fall of the LDP"
  • SSJ Number 44, March 2011, "Gender"
  • SSJ Number 43, September 2010, "Lay Judge System"
  • SSJ Number 42, March 2010, "Regime Change"
  • SSJ Number 41, September 2009, "Changing Employment in Japan"
  • SSJ Number 40, March 2009, "Youth and Education"
  • SSJ Number 39, September 2008, "The Contemporary China Research Base"
  • SSJ Number 38, March 2008, "The Draft Charter for an East Asian Community"
  • SSJ Number 37, September 2007, "Decentralization"
  • SSJ Number 36, March 2007, "Kibogaku The Role of Hope"
  • SSJ Number 35, October 2006, "Kakusa - Economic Inequality"
  • SSJ Number 34, March 2006, "Beyond the 'Lost Decade'"
  • SSJ Number 33, December 2005, "Marriage"
  • SSJ Number 32, September 2005, "Youth Employment"
  • SSJ Number 31, March 2005, "1990s' Japan: The Lost Decade?"
  • SSJ Number 30, December 2004, "Nationalism"
  • SSJ Number 29, October 2004, "Electoral Politics"
  • SSJ Number 28, March 2004, "East Asian Regional Integration"
  • SSJ Number 27, November 2003, "The Changing Face of Aging"
  • SSJ Number 26, May 2003, "Postwar Japan in the World"
  • SSJ Number 25, February 2003, "Education"
  • SSJ Number 24, October 2002, "China in Transition"
  • SSJ Number 23, April 2002, "Civil Society"
  • SSJ Number 22, December 2001, "The Koizumi Reforms"
  • SSJ Number 21, September 2001, "Social Security"
  • SSJ Number 20, March 2001, "Corporate Governance"
  • SSJ Number 19, September 2000, "Shaken and University Reform"
  • SSJ Number 18, April 2000, "Young Workers in Japan"
  • SSJ Number 17, December 1999, "Public Works in Japan"
  • SSJ Number 16, August 1999, "The Environment"
  • SSJ Number 15, March 1999, "Japan in the 1960s"
  • SSJ Number 14, November 1998, "Okinawa"
  • SSJ Number 13, August 1998, "Financial Crisis in Asia"
  • SSJ Number 12, March 1998, "Japan in the 1950s"
  • SSJ Number 11, November 1997, "Japan's Distribution System"
  • SSJ Number 10, August 1997, "The Information Center for Social Science Research on Japan"
  • SSJ Number 9, February 1997, "Shaken's 50th Anniversary"
  • SSJ Number 8, January 1997, "Japanese Research on the Socialist Economies in Transition"
  • SSJ Number 7, August 1996, "Bureaucrats and the Japanese Polity"
  • SSJ Number 6, February 1996, "Japan's International Relations/ Land Issues"
  • SSJ Number 5, November 1995, "Japan's Public Finance and Financial System"
  • SSJ Number 4, August 1995, "Deepening the Academic Dialogue between Japan and Asia"
  • SSJ Number 3, April 1995
  • SSJ Number 2, November 1994, "Contemporary Japanese Society"
  • SSJ Number 1, July 1994
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