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External Projects

Research

 At IJS, the researchers not only accept the external projects as directors, but they also provide opportunity to actively participate in the other outside institutions as collaborative researchers. The following is the list of external projects for which the faculty at the IJS served as the director of the academic research.

Standardization of Governmental Accounting

Director LEE, Eyn-gyong (SNU IJS)
Joint Researchers PARK, Ji-Soo (SNU GSIS Master’s Course)
AN, Ye-Dam (SNU GSIS Master’s Course)
Duration 2015.11.09 – 2015.12.18
Assistant Organization Korea Institute of Public Finance
Abstract The translation of “Standardization of Governmental Accounting” (The Japanese Institute of Certified Public Accountants (JICPA) Ed., JICPA Publication, 2013)

Research on Japan’s Position toward East Asia Multilateral Cooperation

Director PARK, Cheol-Hee
(Director of SNU Institute for Japanese studies / Professor of Japanese Area Studies at Graduate School of International Studies)
Joint Researchers LEE, Geun (SNU GSIS)
Duration 2015.11.09 – 2015.12.26
Assistant Organization Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Abstract The research reviews the key factors of Park administration’s ‘Peaceful and Cooperative Northeast Asia’ project and explores diplomatic strategies of Korea and Japan and their effects on the Korea-Japan relations. Based on the analysis, the research aims to suggest possible strategies to induce Japan toward East Asia multilateral cooperation.

 50th Anniversary of Normalization of Korea-Japan Ties: Comparative History Research of Korea-Japan Relations 

Director PARK Cheol Hee (Director of SNU Institute for Japanese studies / Professor of Japanese Area Studies at Graduate School of International Studies)
Joint Researchers NAM Ki Jeong (Professor of Seoul National University) 
PARK Yeongjoon (Professor of Korea National Defense University) 
YANG Kiho (Professor of SungKongHoe University)
KAWASAMA Makano (Tokyo University)  
OKONOKI Masao (Professor Emiretus of Keio University)
KOHARI Susumu (Professor of University of Shizuoka) 
Duration May 6th - November 20th, 2015 
Assistant Organization Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism
Abstract

Upon the 50th Anniversay of Normalization of Korea-Japan Ties, the reserach will reevaluate the structure and historical awareness of Korea-Japan relations, hoping to contribute to the relation's reconstruction. 

Policy Response to Territorial and Maritime Disputes

Director PARK, Cheol-Hee
(Director of SNU Institute for Japanese studies / Professor of Japanese Area Studies at Graduate School of International Studies)
Joint Researchers -
Duration 2014.11.20 – 2014.11.21
Assistant Organization Northeast Asian History Foundation
Abstract

As a conference under the theme of ‘How Dokdo/Takeshima dispute is discussed in Japan?’ we discussed new strategies to expand the relationship between Korea and Japan, which is currently under constraint due to island disputes.

The Future of Korea-Japan relations and the Role of the National Assembly

Director PARK, Cheol-Hee
(Director of SNU Institute for Japanese studies / Professor of Japanese Area Studies at Graduate School of International Studies)
Joint Researchers NAM, Ki-Jeong (SNU IJS)
Duration 2014.11.03 – 2015.02.26
Assistant Organization The Secretariat of the National Assembly
Abstract

The research will first closely examine the role of the chairman of the National Assembly within an official and political network between Korea and Japan. Thus, the research attempt to place the chairman as one of core executives by extending his role beyond the conventional head of the National Assembly to the head of overall political organization who can act toward the resolution of political conflicts.

Japan’s recent domestic and foreign policy trend and its implication

Director PARK, Cheol-Hee
(Director of SNU Institute for Japanese studies / Professor of Japanese Area Studies at Graduate School of International Studies)
Joint Researchers NAM, Ki-Jeong (SNU IJS)
YIM, Chae-Sung (SNU IJS)
LEE, Yun-Seok (SNU IJS)
Duration 2014.04.10 – 2014.07.09
Assistant Organization Northeast Asian History Foundation
Abstract The research aims to analyze Japan’s recent domestic and foreign policy trend and to draw its impact and implication to South Korea’s policy on economic, foreign, and security areas. Following such analysis, the research suggests economic policy options for Gyeonggi-do and its directions of business projects with North Korea.

Report on the Visions of Korea-Japan Economic Cooperation

Director NAM, Ki-Jeong (SNU IJS)
Joint Researchers YIM, Chae-Sung (SNU IJS)
Duration 2014.02.01 ~ 12.01 (10 months)
Assistant Organization Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MOFAT)
Abstract

The research will evaluate the development of economic relationship between Korea and Japan since the diplomatic normalization in 1965 and examine the recent trends and changes of international economy, in order to produce a five-year blueprint for the direction of economic cooperation after 2015 – the 50th Anniversary of Normalization of Korea-Japan Ties.

[Japanese Constitution] as the Ideological Root of the Historical Understanding

Director HAN, Young Hae
Joint Researchers Jinwoo PARK, Changnok KIM, Cheol Hee PARK, Myeongchan LEE, Heoktae KWON
Duration March, 2007 ~ Oct., 2007
Assistant Organization Northeast Asian History Foundation
Abstract  “Japanese Constitution” is the symbol of dissociation from, and the repentance toward, the historical past of imperial Japan. On the other hand, however, it casts a definite impact on the distorted understanding of history by the Japanese people because of its legal function to disclaim the emperor from the war responsibility. The Constitution allowed the emperor system to be kept alive through the establishment of the “symbolic emperor system,” which gives us the starting point for the search of the source of Japan’s problematic understandings of history.
Research Performances

- Information packet for academic conference
- Research report
- Book publication: “Japanese Constitution as the Ideological Root of the Historical Understanding”

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