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A: Graham T. Allison, Jr. B: Francis M. Bator | Daniel Bell | Suzanne Berger | Thomas U. Berger | Theodore C. Bestor | Joseph L. Bower | Mary C. Brinton C: Ian Condry | Richard N. Cooper | Albert M. Craig | Pepper D. Culpepper | Michael A. Cusumano D: Jorge I. Domínguez | John W. Dower | Alexis Dudden E: Dennis J. Encarnation | Margarita Estévez-Abe | Robert Evans G: Timothy S. George | Nathan Glazer | Andrew D. Gordon | William W. Grimes H: Helen Hardacre | Kenji Hayao | Stanley Hoffmann I: Akira Iriye J: Alastair Iain Johnston | Dale W. Jorgenson L: Michele Lamont | Henry C. W. Laurence M: Roderick MacFarquhar | N: Joseph Nye, Jr. O: Anthony G. Oettinger | P: John C. Perry | Susan J. Pharr | Robert D. Putnam | Lucian W. Pye R: J. Mark Ramseyer | Michael R. Reich | Henry Rosovsky S: Richard J. Samuels | Bruce R. Scott | Franziska Seraphim T: Lester C. Thurow V: Ezra F. Vogel W: Louis T. Wells, Jr. | D. Eleanor Westney | Merry I. White Y: Daniel Yergin | David B. Yoffie | Michael Y. Yoshino
Douglas Dillon Professor of Government and Director, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School
Research interests: trilateral security relations; issues of gresponsibility sharingh; Russo-Japanese relations, including scenarios for overcoming the territorial dispute to normalize relations; and nuclear non-proliferation. Recent publications: Nuclear Terrorism: The Ultimate Preventable Catastrophe (2004); Realizing Human Rights: Moving from Inspiration to Impact (co-editor, 2000); Essence of Decision: Explaining the Cuban Missile Crisis, revised ed. (1999); Beyond the Cold War to Trilateral Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific Region: Scenarios for New Relationships Between Japan, Russia, and the United States (1992).
Lucius N. Littauer Professor of Political Economy, Emeritus, Harvard Kennedy School
Research interests: the American economy, U.S. competitiveness, collaborative governance, the international financial system, U.S. foreign policy. Recent publications: "Lyndon Johnson and Foreign Policy: The Case of Western Europe and the Soviet Union" (2000); "The Making of International Financial Policy, 1964-67" (2000); "On Deficit Cutting" (1995); Manufacturing Productivity (collaborator, 1993); Service Sector Productivity (collaborator, 1992).
Henry Ford II Professor of Social Sciences, Emeritus, Harvard, and Director, The Suntory Foundation
Research interests: social theory, developments in Japan as a way of testing sociological generalizations drawn from Western experience, Japanese printmaking. Recent publications (in Japanese): "'Tetsuya Noda: An Appreciation" (2001); The End of Ideology (2000, rev. ed.); The Future of Technology (1998); "The Impact of Intellectual Society" (1995).
Raphael Dorman and Helen Starbuck Professor of Political Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Director, MIT International Science and Technology Initiative Program; and Senior Research Associate, Center for European Studies, Harvard
Research interests: the impact of globalization on domestic policies and institutions, U.S.-Japan-Europe relations. Recent publications: How We Compete (2005); Global Taiwan (co-editor, 2005); Made by Hong Kong (co-editor, 1997); National Diversity and Global Capitalism (co-editor, 1996).
Associate Professor of International Relations, Boston University
Research interests: Japanese politics, German politics, international relations in East Asia, defense and security, immigration and political culture/national identity. Recent publications: "Political Order in Occupied Societies: Realist lessons from the Germany and Japan " (2005); "Redefining Japan and the U.S.-Japan Alliance" (2004); and Cultures of Antimilitarism: National Security in Germany and Japan (1998); "Parallel Pathways to Pluralism? The Politics of Immigration in Germany and Japan" (1998).
Professor and Chair of Social Anthropology, Harvard
Research interests: contemporary Japanese urban society; architecture, urban redevelopment, and Roppongi Hills; the Tsukiji fish market; social and environmental impacts of the global fishing industry; food systems and food culture in Japan; economic institutions and exchange in Japan, Korea, and East Asia; civil society and the quality of life in Tokyo since the end of the bubble economy. Recent publications: Tsukiji: The Fish Market at the Center of the World (2004); Doing Fieldwork in Japan (co-editor, 2003).
Donald Kirk David Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
Research interests: the role of management in formulating strategies and developing organizations for today's globally competitive environment. Recent publications: From Resource Allocation to Strategy (2005); "Leading from the Top: Making Corporate Strategy Dynamic" (2001); "Not All M&As are Alike—And That Matters" (2001); "Customer Power, Strategic Investment, and the Failure of Leading Firms" (co-author, 1996); "Strategy Making as Iterated Processes of Resource Allocation" (1996); Business Policy: Managing Strategic Processes, 8th ed. (collaborator, 1995).
Reischauer Institute Professor of Sociology, Harvard
Research interests: gender stratification in Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan; labor market organization; education and work in the United States, Japan, and Korea; economic sociology; and social trends in contemporary Japanese society. Recent publications: "Women's Incorporation into the Urban Economy of South Korea" (co-author, forthcoming); "Trouble in Paradise: The Youth Labor Market and School-Work Institutions in Japan's Economy" (2005); Women's Working Lives in East Asia (editor, 2001); New Institutionalism in Sociology (co-editor, 1998); Women and the Economic Miracle: Gender and Work in Postwar Japan (1993).
Associate Professor, Japanese Cultural Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Research Interests: media, pop culture, and globalization in contemporary Japan, Japanese hip hop and anime. Recent Publications: Hip Hop Japan (2006); "Cultures of Music Piracy: An Ethnographic Comparison of the US and Japan " (2004); "Japanese Hip-Hop and the Globalization of Popular Culture" (2001); "A History of Japanese Hip-Hop: Street Dance, Club Scene, Pop Market." (2001); "The Social Production of Difference: Imitation and Authenticity in Japanese Rap Music." (2000).
Maurits C. Boas Professor of International Economics, Harvard
Research interests: financial crises, integrating China into the world economy, U.S.-Japan economic relations, Japan's role in the global economy. Recent publications: "A Half Century of Development"(2005); "International Approaches to Global Climate Change" (2001); "China into the World Economy" (2001); "The U.S.-Japan Alliance" (2000); "The Asian Financial Crises" (1998); "Toward a Real Global Warming Treaty" (1998); "The Coase Theorem and International Economic Relations" (1995); "Bretton Woods After Fifty Years, and into the Future" (1994); Macroeconomic Management in Korea (1994).
Harvard-Yenching Professor of History, Emeritus, Harvard
Research interest: Japanese thought during the transition from the late traditional to the modern era. Recent publications: The Heritage of World Civilizations , 7th ed. (co-author, 2006); The Heritage of Japanese Civilization (2003); The Heritage of Chinese Civilization (2001); Personality in Japanese History (co-editor, 1995).
Associate Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Research Interests: comparative capitalism, corporate governance, human capital and skill formation, politics of institutional change in the advanced industrial democracies in Europe. Recent Publications: "Capitalism, Coordination, and Economic Change: The French Political Economy since 1985" (2006); Changing France: The Politics that Markets Make (co-editor, 2006); "Single Country Studies and Comparative Politics" (2005); "Institutional Change in Contemporary Capitalism: Coordinated Financial Systems Since 1990" (2005); Creating Cooperation: How States Develop Human Capital in Europe (2003).
Sloan Management Review Distinguished Professor of Management, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Research interests: organizational and technological capabilities of Japanese firms, U.S.-Japan competition in high-technology and manufacturing. Recent publications: The Software Business: What Every Manager, Programmer, and Entrepreneur Must Know, in Good Times and Bad (2004); Strategic Thinking for the Next Economy (co-editor, 2001); Competing on Internet Time: Lessons from Netscape and Its Battle with Microsoft (co-author, 1998); Thinking Beyond Lean: How Multi-Project Management is Transforming Product Development at Toyota and Other Companies (1998); Microsoft Secrets (1995).
Antonio Madero Professor of Mexican and Latin American Politics and Economics, Vice Provost for International Affairs, Senior Advisor for International Studies to the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and Chair, Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies
Research interests: Japan-Latin America relations, Latin American views of Japan . Recent publications: Between Compliance and Conflict: East Asia, Latin America, and the gNewh Pax Americana (co-editor, 2005); The Cuban Economy at the Start of the Twenty-First Century (2004); Mexico's Pivotal Democratic Election: Candidates, Voters, and the Presidential Campaign of 2000 (editor, 2004); Constructing Democratic Governance in Latin America (2003); The United States and Mexico: Between Partnership and Conflict (co-author, 2001); The Future of Inter-American Relations (editor, 2000); Democratic Politics in Latin America and the Caribbean (1998); International Security and Democracy: Latin America and the Caribbean in the Post-Cold War Era (editor, co-author, 1998).
Ford International Professor of History, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Research interests: twentieth-century Japanese history, U.S.-Japan relations. Recent publications: "Facing eEast,' Facing eWest'" (forthcoming); Embracing Defeat: Japan in the Wake of World War II (1999); Japan in War and Peace: Selected Essays (1993).
Sue and Eugene Mercy Associate Professor of History, Connecticut College
Research Interests: modern Japanese and Korean history, Japanese colonialism, the politics of apology in the post-1945 era between Japan and Korea. Recent Publications: History Troubles: Apologies among Japan, Korea, and the United States (forthcoming); "Japan, Korea, and the Human Rights Dimension of Apology" (forthcoming); Japan's Colonization of Korea: Discourse and Power (2005); "Apologizing for the Past Between Japan and Korea" (2005); "Japanese Colonial Control in International Terms" (2005).
Director, Asia-Pacific Policy Program, Harvard Kennedy School
Research interest: the causes and consequences of the simultaneous processes of regionalization and globalization. Recent publications: Competing for Foreign Investment: Asia 's Aggressive Pursuit of Jobs, Technology, and Exports (2000); Japanese Multinationals in Asia: Regional Operations in Comparative Perspective (1999); Does Ownership Matter? Japanese Multinationals in Europe (1994).
Paul Sack Associate Professor of Political Economy , Harvard
Research interests: comparative political economy, social policy, gender and the varieties of capitalism, Japanese party politics. Recent publications: Welfare and Capitalism in Postwar Japan (forthcoming); "Negotiating Welfare Reforms: Actors and Institutions in Japan" (2002); "State-Society Partnership in Japan: A Case Study of Social Welfare Provision" (2001); "Social Protection and the Formation of Skills: A Reinterpretation of the Welfare State" (co-author, 2001).
Atran Professor of Labor Economics, Emeritus, Brandeis University
Research interests: Japanese labor relations, comparative industrial relations. Recent publications: "The Role of Fairness and Unity of Treatment in Japanese Labor Markets" (1996); "The Contribution of Education to Japan 's Economic Growth" (1991); "The Japanese Labor Market" (1991).
Professor of History, University of Rhode Island
Research Interests: postwar Japanese history, citizen-corporation-state relations in Japan from Meiji through Showa, local history and environmental history. Recent Publications: Saito Hisashi, Niigata Minamata Disease (co-editor and co-translator, 2009) "Tanaka Shozo's Vision of an Alternative Constitutional Modernity for Japan" (2005) ; Harada Masazumi, Minamata Disease (editor and co-translator, 2004); "Minamata Disease: An Annotated Bibliography of Works in English" (co-author, 2002) ; Minamata: Pollution and the Struggle for Democracy in Postwar Japan (2001).
Professor of Education and Sociology, Emeritus, Graduate School of Education and Department of Sociology, Harvard
Research interests: Japanese education and social structure. Recent publications: Sovereignty under Challenge: How Governments Respond (co-author, 2002); "Two Cheers for Asian Values" (1999); We Are All Multiculturalists Now (1997).
Lee and Juliet Folger Fund Professor of History and Chair, History Department, Harvard
Research interests: the labor, social, and political history of modern Japan; the history of the emergence of the middle class and consumer society in 20th-century Japan . Recent publications: The Modern History of Japan: From Tokugawa Times to the Present (2003); Historical Perspectives on Contemporary East Asia (co-editor, 2000); The Wages of Affluence: Labor and Management in Postwar Japan (1998); translator of Kazuo Nimura's The Ashio Riot of 1907: A Social History of Mining in Japan (1997).
Associate Professor of International Relations, Boston University
Research interests: Japanese political economy and policymaking, East Asian political economy. Recent publications: Japan's Managed Globalization: Adapting to the 21st Century (co-editor, 2002); Unmaking the Japanese Miracle: Macroeconomic Politics, 1985-2000 (2001).
Reischauer Institute Professor of Japanese Religions and Society, Harvard
Research interests: modern history of religions in Japan, the new religions of Japan. Recent publications: "After Aum: Religion and Civil Society in Japan" (2003); Religion and Society in Nineteenth-Century Japan (2002); The Postwar Development of Japanese Studies in the United States (editor, 1998); Marketing the Menacing Fetus in Japan (1997); New Directions in the Study of Meiji Japan (editor, 1997).
Associate Professor of Political Science, Boston College
Research interests: political leadership in Japan, government decision-making, elections and voting behavior, the changing structure of Japanese politics. Recent publications: "The Japanese Prime Minister and Reactive Leadership" (1994); The Japanese Prime Minister and Public Policy (1993).
Paul and Catherine Buttenwieser University Professor, Harvard
Research interests: Japan in relation to the evolution of the international system, U.S. Pacific policy, the European Union and its external policies. Recent publications: Gulliver Unbound (2004); America Goes Backwards (2004); L'Amerique vraiment imperiale? (2003); "World Governance: Beyond Utopia" (2003); "Clash of Globalizations" (2002); The Use of Force: Political and Moral Criteria (2000); World Disorders: Troubled Peace in the Post-Cold War Era (1998); The Ethics and Problems of Humanitarian Intervention (1997); The European Sisyphus (1995).
Charles Warren Professor of American History, Emeritus, Harvard
Research interests: the history of U.S. foreign relations, internationalism, global history. Recent publications: Global Community: The Role of International Organizations in the Making of the Contemporary World (2002); Pearl Harbor and the Coming of the Pacific War: A Brief History (1999); Cultural Internationalism and the World Order (1997); Japan and the Wider World (1997); Across the Pacific, revised ed. (1993); The Globalizing of America (1993).
Governor James Albert Noe and Linda Noe Laine Professor of China in World Affairs, Harvard
Research Interests: Chinese foreign policy, East Asian security, socialization in international relations, the measurement of identity. Recent Publications: Social States: China in International Institutions, 1980-2000 (forthcoming); Crafting Cooperation: The Design and Effectiveness of Regional Institutions (co-editor, forthcoming); New Directions in the Study of China's Foreign Policy (co-editor, 2006); "Chinese Attitudes toward the United States and Americans" (co-author, 2006); "Identity as a Variable" (co-author, 2006).
Samuel W. Morris University Professor and Director, Program on Technology and Economic Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Research interests: U.S.-Japan economic relations. Recent publications: Deconstructing the Computer (co-editor, 2005); Economic Growth in Canada and the United States in the Information Age (editor, 2004); Productivity and Cyclicality in Semiconductors (co-editor, 2004); Economic Growth in the Information Age (2002); Measuring and Sustaining the New Economy (editor, 2002); Lifting the Burden: Tax Reform, The Cost of Capital, and U.S. Economic Growth (co-author, 2001); Econometrics (2000); "Information Technology and the U.S. Economy"(2001).
Robert I. Goldman Professor of European Studies and Professor of Sociology and African and African American Studies, Harvard
Research Interests: cultural sociology, comparative sociology, inequality, race, sociology of knowledge, sociological theory, higher education. Recent publications: Cream Rising: Finding Excellence in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (forthcoming); Culture and Inequality (co-author, forthcoming); The Dignity of Working Men: Morality and the Boundaries of Race, Class, and Immigration (2000); Rethinking Comparative Cultural Sociology: Repertoires of Evaluation in France and the United States (2000); The Cultural Territories of Race: Black and White Boundaries (1999).
Associate Professor of Government and Asian Studies, Bowdoin College
Research interests: NHK and media politics, Japanese finance and politics, Asian political economy, the effects of globalization. Recent publications: Defending Public Television: NHK, the BBC, and PBS Face the Global Media Revolution (forthcoming); "Censorship at NHK and PBS" (2005); "Japan and the Financial Order in East Asia" (2002); Money Rules: The New Politics of Finance in Britain and Japan (2001); "Public Television Under Threat" (2001); "Financial System Reform and the Currency Crisis in East Asia" (1999); "Spawning the S.E.C." (1999); "The Big Bang and the Sokaiya" (1999).
Leroy B. Williams Professor of History and Political Science, Harvard
Research interests: Chinese history and politics, U.S.-China-Japan relations. Recent publications: Mao's Last Revolution (co-author, 2006); The Paradox of China's Post-Mao Reforms (co-editor, 1999); "Provincial People's Congresses" (1998); Politics of China: The Eras of Mao and Deng , second ed. (1997); Origins of the Cultural Revolution , vol. III (1997).
University Distinguished Service Professor and Sultan of Oman Professor of International Relations, Harvard Kennedy School
Research interest: the theory and history of international relations. Recent publications: The Powers to Lead (2008); The Power Game: A Washington Novel (2004); Soft Power: The Means to Success in World Politics (2004); Understanding International Conflicts: An Introduction to Theory and History, 5th ed. (2004); The Paradox of American Power (2002).
Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Mathematics and Professor of Information Resources Policy, and Chair, Program on Information Resources Policy, Harvard
Research interests: the information, computer, and telecommunications sectors in the advanced industrial economies; related international and homeland security issues. Recent publications: The Information Resources Policy Handbook (co-author, 1999); Context for Decisions: Global and Local Information Technology Issues (1998); Telling Ripe from Hype in Multimedia: The Ecstasy and the Agony (1994); Mastering the Changing Information World (co-author, 1993).
Henry Willard Denison Professor of Japanese Diplomacy, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
Research interest: Japan as an oceanic society, the international history of the North Pacific region, the relationship between power and personality. Recent publications: The Flight of the Romanovs: A Family Saga (co-author, 1999); Facing West: Americans and the Opening of the Pacific (1995).
Edwin O. Reischauer Professor of Japanese Politics; Director, Program on U.S.-Japan Relations; and Director, Edwin O. Reischauer Institute for Japanese Studies, Harvard
Research interests: Japanese politics, international relations of East Asia, civil society and nonprofit organizations, social and political change in Japan in comparative perspective, Japan's evolving world role. Recent publications: The State of Civil Society in Japan (co-editor, 2003); "Targeting by an Activist State: Japan as a Civil Society Model" (2003); Disaffected Democracies: What's Troubling the Trilateral Countries? (co-editor, 2000); "Corruption and Public Trust: Perspectives on Japan and East Asia" (2000); "'Moralism' and the Gender Gap: Judgments of Political Ethics in Japan" (1998); "Public Trust and Democracy in Japan" (1997); Media and Politics in Japan (co-editor, 1996).
Peter and Isabel Malkin Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Research interests: social capital and civic engagement in the United States; immigration, diversity, equality, and community; the changing role of religion in contemporary America. Recent publications: Better Together: Restoring the American Community, (2003); Democracies in Flux: The Evolution of Social Capital in Contemporary Society (co-editor, 2002); Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community (2000); Disaffected Democracies: What's Troubling the Trilateral Countries? (co-editor, 2000).
Ford Professor of Political Science, Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Research interests: East Asian politics with a focus on political cultures with a Confucian heritage. Recent publications: "Asian Area Studies and the Discipline of Political Science"; The Spirit of Chinese Politics (1992).
Mitsubishi Professor of Japanese Legal Studies, Harvard Law School
Research interests: Japanese law, law and economics. Recent publications: The Fable of the Keiretsu (co-author, 2006); Measuring Judicial Independence: The Political Economy of Judging in Japan (co-author, 2003); Distribution in Japan (2002); Japanese Law: The Political Economy of Japanese Law (editor, 2001); Japanese Law in Context: Readings in Society, the Economy, and Politics (co-editor, 2001); Japanese Law: An Economic Approach (co-editor, 1998); Odd Markets in Japanese History: Law and Economic Growth (1996); The Politics of Oligarchy: Institutional Choice in Imperial Japan (co-author, 1995).
Taro Takemi Professor of International Health Policy; Director, Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies; and Director, Takemi Program in International Health, Harvard School of Public Health
Research interests: comparative public policy and political economy, with particular attention to the health and population policies of poor countries and pharmaceutical policy. Recent publications: Getting Health Reform Right ( co-author, 2003); Public-Private Partnerships for Public Health ( editor, 2002); "Ethical Analysis in Public Health" (co-author, 2002); "The Global Drug Gap" (2000); "Abortion Trends in Japan, 1975-1995" (co-author, 2000); "Oral Contraceptives and Women's Health in Japan" (co-author, 1999).
Lewis P. and Linda L. Geyser University Professor, Emeritus, Harvard
Research interests: Japanese economic history, Japanese economic growth, comparative economic history of Japan and Western Europe. Recent publications: "Liberal Education and the Developing World" (1998); One Hundred Years of Arts and Sciences: A Centennial Reaffirmation (1994); The Political Economy of Japan: Cultural and Social Dynamics (co-editor, 1992).
Ford International Professor of Political Science; Director, Center for International Studies; and Founding Director, MIT Japan Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Research interests: U.S.-Japan relations, with particular emphasis on security and foreign policy; science, technology, and energy issues; the Japanese defense and aircraft industries; the political economy of Japan in comparative perspective. Recent publications: Machiavelli's Children: Leaders and their Legacies in Italy and Japan (2003); Crisis and Innovation in Asian Technology (co-editor, 2003); "Rich Nation, Strong Army": National Security and the Technological Transformation of Japan (1994).
Paul W. Cherington Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
Research interests: the impact of public policy on the business environment, comparative financial systems. Recent publications: "An Economy for Kosovo, One Building Block at a Time" (2001); "The Great Divide in the Global Village" (2001); Europe 2012: Globalization and Social Cohesion: The Luxembourg Scenarios (editor, 1997); "How Do Economies Grow?" (1997).
Assistant Professor of History, Boston College
Research interests: discourses of war and postwar responsibility, civic political activism, constitutional revision, comparative history of Japan and Germany. Recent publications: "Relocating War Memory at Century's End: Japan's Postwar Responsibility and Global Public Culture" (forthcoming); War Memory and Social Politics in Postwar Japan, 1945-2005 (2006); "Participatory Democracy and Public Memory in Postwar Japan" (2003); "Kriegsverbrecherprozesse in Asien und globale Erinnerungskulturen" (2003).
Jerome and Dorothy Lemelson Professor of Management and Economics and Dean, Emeritus, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Research interests: global economic change, trilateral economic relations, American competitiveness. Recent publications: Fortune Favors the Bold: What We Must Do to Build a New and Lasting Global Prosperity (2003); Building Wealth: The New Rules for Individuals, Companies, and Nations in a Knowledge-Based Economy (1999); Japan's Economic Recovery (1998); The Future of Capitalism: How Today's Economic Forces Shape Tomorrow's World (1996); Economics Explained: Everything You Need to Know About How the Economy Works and Where It's Going (co-author, 1994).
Henry Ford II Research Professor of the Social Sciences, Harvard
Research interests: the Japan-China-U.S. trilateral relationship, remaking the Japanese system. Recent publications: Case Studies in Japanese Negotiating Behavior (2002); The Golden Age of the U.S.-China-Japan Triangle, 1972-1989 (co-editor, 2002); Is Japan Still Number One? (2000); "East Asia Towards the Year 2000: What the Region Should, Can and Will Do" (co-author, 1998); Living with China: U.S.-China Relations in the Twenty-First Century (editor, 1997); China-U.S. Relations in the Twenty-First Century: Fostering Cooperation, Preventing Conflict (editor, 1996); "Japan as Number One in Asia" (1994).
Herbert F. Johnson Professor of International Management, Harvard Business School
Research interests: multinational enterprises, foreign investment in developing countries, international government-business relations. Recent publications: Using Tax Incentives to Compete for Foreign Investment (co-author, 2001); Marketing a Country, revised edition (co-author, 2000); Administrative Barriers to Foreign Investment: Reducing Red Tape in Africa (co-author, 2000); The Manager in the International Economy, 7th ed. (co-author, 1996).
Society of Sloan Fellows Professor of International Management Behavioral Policy Science, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Research interests: internationalization of research and development in Japan, evolution of Japanese organizations, Japanese multinationals. Recent publications: Smart Globalization (co-author, 2003); Managing for the Future: Organizational Behavior and Processes, 2nd ed. (1999); "Japanese Mass Media as Business Organizations" (1996); "International Product Development of Japanese Firms: Product Group Coherence and Internal Isomorphism" (co-author, 1996); "The Evolution of the Japanese Business System" (1996).
Professor of Anthropology, Boston University
Research interests: material culture and the life-course in Japan, the internationalization of Japan, education in Japan, population issues and the changing workforce in Japan, ethics and decision-making in Japanese institutions, working in Cambodia promoting schools and developing rural projects such as coffee growing and export. Recent publications: Perfectly Japanese: Making Families in an Era of Upheaval (2002); Social Change, Family, and the Child in Contemporary Japan (2001); "Ladies Who Lunch: Young Women and the Domestic Fallacy in Japan" (2001); "Rethinking Japan's 'New' Middle Class" (1996); The Material Child: Coming of Age in Japan and America (1994).
Chairman, Cambridge Energy Research Associates
Research interests: global issues and their impact on Japan, energy and the environment. Recent publications: The Commanding Heights: The Battle for the World Economy (co-author, 1998); Russia 2010 and What it Means for the World (1993); The Prize: The Epic Quest for Oil, Money, and Power (1991).
Max and Doris Starr Professor of International Business Administration, Harvard Business School
Research interests: global competition, e-commerce and competitive dynamics, the role of government policy in high-technology industries. Recent publications: "Judotaktika" (co-author, 2004); Judo Strategy: 10 Techniques for Beating a Stronger Opponent (co-author, 2004); Judo Strategy: Turning your Competitors' Strength to Your Advantage (co-author, 2001); "Playing by the Rules: How Intel Avoids Antitrust Litigation" (2001); "A Race to the Bottom or Governance from the Top?" (co-author, 2000); "Multinational Enterprises and the Prospects for Justice" (co-author, 1999); Competing on Internet Time: Lessons from Netscape and Its Battle with Microsoft (co-author, 1998); Competing in the Age of Digital Convergence (editor, 1997).
Herman C. Krannert Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus, Harvard Business School
Research interests: international business and competitive strategy, Japanese multinationals, strategic and management challenges facing major corporations located in the ASEAN countries. Recent publications: Strategic Alliances: An Entrepreneurial Approach to Globalization (1995).