Position Director of the Cultural Policy Program, Professor
Degree Ph.D. in urban planning (University of Tokyo)
Specialty Cultural Policy
Current Research Interests Quantitative evaluation of cultural value, plural funding for non-profit organizations, and public policy in cultural promotion and heritage preservation.
  • Professional Career
Bachelor of Laws, University of Tokyo,
Master of Economics, Sydney University
Ph.D. in urban planning, University of Tokyo
Planning Division, Minister's Secretariat; Overseas Research Personnel in Australia; Textbook Management Division, Elementary and Secondary Education Bureau, Ministry of Education, 1980-1987
Director, International Affairs Division, University of Tokyo, 1987-1989
Researcher, Committee on Education, House of Representatives, 1989-1991
Deputy Director, General Affairs Division, Minister's Secretariat, Ministry of Education,
Deputy Director, Arts Division, Agency for Cultural Affairs, Ministry of Education, 1992-1994
Specialist, General Affairs Division, Commissioner's Secretariat, Agency for Cultural Affairs, Ministry of Education, 1994-1996
Assistant Professor, Lifelong Learning Education and Research Center, Faculty of Economics, Shiga University, 1994-1996
Director of Cultural Policy Planning Office, Commissioner's Secretariat, Agency for Cultural Affairs, Ministry of Education, 1996-1999
International Relations Officer, United Nations University Institute of Advanced Studies, 1999-2001
Professor, Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy, Hitotsubashi University, 2001-2003
Professor, GRIPS, 2004-present
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