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Abe Fellowship 2013

Recipients

Dana Buntrock
University of California, Berkeley, Professor, Architecture
Energy and Architectural Innovation
Setsuya Fukuda
National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Senior Researcher, Population Dynamics Research
A Comparative Study of Marriage Timing and Assortative Mating: Examining the Reversal of the Educational Gradient in Marriage Formation in Japan and the United States
John Paul Gilbert
Utah State University, Professor, Economics and Finance
Quantitative Assessment of the Trans-Pacific Partnership
Ryo Horii
Tohoku University, Professor, Graduate School of Economics
The Dynamics of US-Japan Current Account Imbalance: Focusing on the Difference in the Saving-Investment Behavior over the Process of Economic Growth
Hiroki Kondo
Sophia University, Professor, Economics
Intergenerational Relationships within a Family and the Impact of Education and Social Security Policies in a Globalizing Economy: A Comparative Research between Japan and the U.S.
Shoko Konishi
University of Tokyo, Assistant Professor, Human Ecology
US-Japan Comparison of Biobehavioral Factors Related to Low Fertility
Zhongjie Lin
University of North Carolina: Charlotte, Associate Professor, School of Architecture
Toward an Asian Sustainable Urbanism: A Comparative Study of Emerging Eco-cities in Japan and China
Pardis Mahdavi
Pomona College, Associate Professor and Chair, Anthropology
The Family Detention Complex: Human Trafficking, Parenting, and Immobilized Migrants in Asia
Anuradha Mukherji
East Carolina University, Assistant Professor, Geography, Planning, and Environment
Planning Urban Recovery & Resilience: Comparing Land Use Policy and Adaptation Initiatives after Catastrophic Events
Hitoshi Shigeoka
Simon Fraser University, Assistant Professor, Economics
Planning Urban Recovery & Resilience: Comparing Land Use Policy and Adaptation Initiatives after Catastrophic Events
Asako Maria Toyoda
Villanova University, Associate Professor, Political Science
Investing Relations: Japan's Financial Diplomacy and the Pursuit of Economic and Security Interests
Emi Uchida
University of Rhode Island, Associate Professor, Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
Long-term Socioeconomic Effects of China's Grain for Green Program