Publications by Year: 2019

Black Wave: How Networks and Governance Shaped Japan's 3/11 Disasters
Aldrich, Daniel. 2019. Black Wave: How Networks and Governance Shaped Japan's 3/11 Disasters. University of Chicago Press, 264. Publisher's Version
Arrington, Celeste. 2019. “Hiding in Plain Sight: Pseudonymity and Participation in Legal Mobilization.” Comparative Political Studies 52 (2): 310–341. Article link
Bartlett, Benjamin. 2019. “How Japanese Cybersecurity Policy Changes”.
Davis, Christina L. 2019. “Japan: Interest Group Politics, Foreign Policy Linkages, and TPP.” (Edited by Benedict Kingsbury) Megaregulation Contested: The Global Economic Order after TPP, 573–⁠591. Oxford University Press.
Davis, Christina L. 2019. “State Control and the Effects of Foreign Relations on Bilateral Trade.” (With Andreas Fuchs and Kris Johnson) Journal of Conflict Resolution 63 (2): 405–438. Article link
Kalicki, Konrad. 2019. “Japan's Liberal-Democratic Paradox of Refugee Admission.” The Journal of Asian Studies 78 (2): 355–378. Article link
Kalicki, Konrad. 2019. “Security Fears and Bureaucratic Rivalry: Admitting Foreign Labor in Japan and Taiwan.” Comparative Politics 51 (4): 603–624. Article link
Muraoka, Taishi. 2019. “The Cosponsorship Patterns of Reserved Seat Legislators.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 45 (4): 555–580. Article link
Management of Knowledge-Intensive Organization: Governance Models for Transformative Discovery