update at 01 April 2017
|Division||Department of Comparative Contemporary Law|
|Research fields||International Law, International Economic Law|
|firstname.lastname@example.org||CV||Junji Nakagawa(March 2017) [PDF: 220 KB]|
Teaching and Research Appointments
|July 1995 − March 2000||Associate Professor, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo|
|August 1998 − July 1999||Investigador Visitante, Centro de Estudios de Asia y Africa, El Colegio de México|
− November 1998
|Visiting Professor, Graduate School of International Studies, University of Denver|
|February 2000||Visiting Professor, School of Law, University of Georgia|
|April 2000 − present||Professor of International Economic Law, Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo|
|February 2001||Visiting Professor, School of Law, University of Georgia|
|February 2002||Visiting Professor, School of Law, University of Georgia|
|April to May 2005||Visiting Professor, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong|
− July 2007
|Visiting Professor, Fletcher School, Tufts University|
|September 2007||Visiting Professor, School of Law, Shantou University, China|
|April 2014 − August 2014||Visiting Professor, Center of Japanese Studies, Free University of Berlin|
Publications (2015- )
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
- “U.S. Congressional Ratification of the TPP before the Presidential Election”, Media Tembo, No.649, January 2016, pp.1-11. (in Japanese)
- “Challenges of Japan's Post-TPP Trade Strategy”, Sekai Keizai Hyoron, No.682, January 2016, pp.6-13. (in Japanese)
- “Outlines of the TPP Agreement”, Boeki to Kanzei, November 2015, pp.4-11. (in Japanese)
- “Challenges of Post-TPP Agreement (1), Japan should ratify it early”, Nihon Keizai Shimbun, 23 October 2015, p.27. (in Japanese)
- “Feasibility and desirability of 'clubs' within the WTO: A critical comment on Hoekman/Mavroidis' case for plurilateral agreements (PAs)”, Blog post on EJIL: Talk!, posted 30 September 2015. Avainable at [URL]
- “TPP and Japan's Agriculture”, Academia, No.115, August 2015, pp.2-7. (in Japanese)
- “The WTO at a Critical Juncture”, in Won Mog Choi ed., International Economic Law: The Asia-Pacific Perspectives, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, August 2015, pp.22-37.
- “The Industrial Policty of China and WTO Law: 'the shrinking policy space' argument as sterile fragmentation”, in C.L. Lim and Bryan Mercurio eds., International Economic Order after the Global Crisis: A Tale of Fragmented Disciplines, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, April 2015, pp.188-208.
- “The Emerging Rules on State Capitalism and Their Implications for China's Use of SOEs”, in Lisa Toohey, Colin B. Picker and Jonathan Greenacre eds., China in the International Economic Order: New Directions and Changing Paradigms, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, April 2015, pp.112-127.
Major Books before 2014
- International Harmonization of Economic Regulation, Oxford: Oxford University Press, December 2011, xvi+391pp.
- International Harmonization of Economic Regulation, Tokyo: Yuhikaku, 2008, xiv+404pp. (in Japanese)
- The Theory and Practice of Structural Adjustment/ Conditionality: A Case Study of Mexican Debt Crisis, Tokyo: FASID, 1998, 90pp. (in Japanese)
- Legal Process of Nationalization Conflicts in Natural Resources Sector, Tokyo: Kokusai Shoin, 1990, xxxvi+290pp. (in Japanese)
- WTO: Beyond Trade Liberalization, Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, March 2013, xxii+227pp. (in Japanese)
- Junji Nakagawa, Akio Shimizu, Satoru Taira and Isamu Mamiya, International Economic Law, Tokyo: Yuhikaku, 2003, vii+340pp. (in Japanese); Chinese translation, Beijing: Peking University Press, 2007, 283pp.
- Junji Nakagawa, Yasutami Shimomura and Jun Saito, The Politics of Japan’s ODA Charter, Tokyo: Yuhikaku, 1999, vii+234pp. (in Japanese)
- Junji Nakagawa and Minoru Sano, Advanced Technologies and Intellectual Property , Tokyo: Nikkagiren Shuppannsha, 1997, x+169pp. (in Japanese)
- Junji Nakagawa et al., Keywords of International Law, Tokyo: Yuhikaku, 1997, vii+240pp. (in Japanese)
- Junji Nakagawa et al., Introduction to the Study of Foreign Aid, Tokyo: Asia Keizai Shuppannkai, 1997, xvi+348pp. (in Japanese).
- Junji Nakagawa, Akio Shimizu, Satoru Taira and Isamu Mamiya, International Economic Law, 2nd edition, Tokyo: Yuhikaku, 2012, x+471pp. (in Japanese)
- Junji Nakagawa and Nokuhle Madulo, “The Importance of the Voice from Africa in the ‘Global’ International Economic Law,“ in Nokuhle Madulo ed., Africa and International Economic Law, forthcoming.
- Multilateralism and Regionalism in Global Economic Governance: Finance, Trade and Investment, London: Routledge, 2011, xvi+200p.
- Anti-Dumping Laws and Practices of the New Users, London: Cameron May, 2007, 389pp.
- Managing Development: Globalization, Economic Restructuring and Social Policy, London: Routledge, 2006, 361pp.
- Antidumping of China, Tokyo: Japan Export Trade Promotion Organization, 2004, 298pp. (in Japanese)
- Managing Development and Transition in a Globalizing World (II): Corporate Behavior, ISS Research Series No.13, Tokyo: Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo, 2004, 178pp.
- Managing Development and Transition in a Globalizing World: Financial Liberalization and Financial Crises, ISS Research Series No.11, Tokyo: Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo, 2004, 164pp.
- Studies in Safeguard Measures: Multilateral Rules and Domestic Regulations, Tokyo: Fair Trade Center, 1999, 258pp. (in Japanese)
- Transparency in International Trade and Investment Dispute Settlement, (ed.) London: Routledge, January 2013, ix+221pp.
- Junji Nakagawa, Akio Shimizu and Mitsuo Matsushita eds., Casebook WTO Law, Tokyo: Yuhikaku, 2009, 242pp. (in Japanese)
- Junji Nakagawa and Koji Teraya eds, The Horizons of International Law: Theory, History and Empirical Study, Tokyo: Toshindo, 2008, 823pp. (in Japanese)
- Junji Nakagawa, Shoichi Kidana and Yuko Yamane eds., Law of International Transactions, Kyoto: Horitsu Bunkasha, 2006, 263pp. (in Japanese)
- Junji Nakagawa and Akira Kotera eds., Basic Collection of Economic Treaties, Tokyo: Yuhikaku, 2002, 223pp., 2nd edition, 2014, viii+213pp. (in Japanese)
- Junji Nakagawa, Mitsuo Matsushita and Akio Shimizu eds, Case Book on GATT/WTO Law, Tokyo: Yuhikaku, 1999, 354pp. (in Japanese)
- Junji Nakagawa and Thomas J. Schoenbaum eds., From Friction to Coordination: Legal Analysis of Japan-U.S. Trade Disputes, Tokyo: Toshindo, 1999, 372pp. (in Japanese)
- Junji Nakagawa, Thomas J. Schoenbaum and Linda Reif eds., Trilateral Perspectives on International Legal Issues: From Theory into Practice, New York: Transnational Publishers, 1998, 404pp.
- Junji Nakagawa and Hiroshi Konno eds., Legal Protection of Software/Algorithms, Tokyo: Asakura Shoten, 1996, 196pp. (in Japanese)
- Robert E. Hudec, Developing Countries in the GATT Legal System, Trade Policy Research Centre, 1987, translated by Junji Nakagawa et al., GATT and Developing Countries, Tokyo: Shizansha, 1992, 324pp. (in Japanese)
Selected Journal Articles and Book Chapters from 2011 to 2014
- “What Will Happen If Japan Joins the TPP? (8)-(13)”, Boeki to Kanzei (Trade and Tariffs), Vol.60, No.4 (April 2012) - Vol.60, No.10 (October 2012). (in Japanese)
- “International Economy and Law”(with Yasuaki Onuma & Isamu Mamiya), in Yasuaki Onuma ed., International Law of the 21st Century: Law and Power in the Multipolarized World, Tokyo: Nihon Hyoronsha, 2011, pp.172-191. (in Japanese)
- “China and Global Economic Governance: Background, Schedule, and the Outline of the Project”, in Junji Nakagawa ed., China and Global Economic Governance, ISS Research Series No.45, Tokyo: Institute of Social Science, The University of Tokyo, 2011, pp.9-29.
- “Japan's FTA (EPA) and BIT Strategy in the Light of Competitive Dynamics”, in Ross Buckley et al. eds., East Asian Integration: Finance, Law and Trade, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2011, pp.83-103.
- “Restructuring Global Monetary/Financial Governance: Beyond the Bretton Woods System”, Japanese Yearbook of International Law, Vol. 53 (2010), pp.96-121.
- “The WTO Doha Round Negotiations on Fisheries Subsidies and the Conservation and Management Regime of Marine Living Resources”, Boeki to Kanzei (Trade and Tariffs), Vol.58, No.9 (2010), pp.30-60. (in Japanese)
- “Symposium on the Environment and Trade”(with Mitsuo Matsushita et al.), Boeki to Kanzei (Trade and Tariffs), Vol.58, No.4 (2010), pp.20-30. (in Japanese)
- “Globalization, Human Rights and the WTO”, Horitsu Jiho (Law Journal), Vol.82, No.3 (2010), pp.6-13. (in Japanese)
- “Industrial Policy of China and the WTO Law”, in Chin Leng Lim & Bryan Mercurio eds., International Economic Law after the Crisis: A Schizophrenic Science, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, forthcoming.
- “What Will Happen If Japan Joins the TPP? (1)-(7)”, Boeki to Kanzei (Trade and Tariffs), Vol.59, No.7 (July 2011) - Vol.60, No. 3 (March 2012). (in Japanese).
- “Japan’s Regulatory Reform and the TPP,” Horitshu Jiho (LawJournal), Vol.84, No. 10 (2012), pp.12-18. (in Japanese)
- “Regulatory/Systemic Reforms for Maintaining/Enhancing Competitiveness: The Importance of Developing a Multi-tiered Strategy,” The Japan Institute of International Affairs, Policies for Securing Competitiveness of Japan in International Society, Tokyo: The Japan Institute for International Affairs, 2012, pp.109-141. (in Japanese)
Full text: English version, Japanese version
- “China and Japan’s FTA Strategies and Regional Integration in the Asia-Pacific,”(with Wei Liang) in Scott Kennedy and Shuaihua Cheng eds., The Growing Role of Chinese in Global Governance, Bloomington, Indiana: Research Center for Chinese Politics and Business/Geneva: International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development, 2012, pp.57-62.
- “Regional Economic Integration in East Asia: Development of Legalization and Future Direction”, Japan Association of International Economic Law ed., International Economic Law, Vol.1: Trade, Investment and Competition, Horitsu Bunkasha, November 2012, pp.235-253. (in Japanese)
- “Introduction,” (with Daniel Magraw) in Junji Nakagawa ed., Transparency in International Trade and Investment Dispute Settlement, London: Routledge, January 2013, pp.1-14..
- “The Contents and Characteristics of the TPP”, in Koichi Ishikawa, Keiichi Umada, Fukunari, Kimura & Yorizumi Watanabe eds., Japan's Policy towards the TPP, Tokyo: Bunshindo, February 2013, pp.100-113. (in Japanese)
- “State Jurisdiction”, in Akira Kotera, Yuji Iwasawa & Akio Morita eds., Lectures on International Law, 2nd edition, Tokyo: Yuhikaku, February 2013, pp.161-180. (in Japanese)
- “The Content of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement and its Impact on Japan”, Hogaku Kyoshitsu, July 2013, pp.42-50. (in Japanese)
- “Global Supply Chains and FTAs in East Asia and the Pacific”, Asian Journal of WTO & International Health Law and Policy, Vol.8, No.2, September 2013, pp.439-460.
- “Prospects and Challenges of the TPP Negotiations (1) Background and the Significance of the TPP”, Boeki to Kanzei, January 2014, pp.18-32. (in Japanese)
- “Prospects and Challenges of the TPP Negotiations (2) History and Prospects of the Negotiations”, Boeki to Kanzei, February 2014, pp.4-22. (in Japanese)
- “Trade in Services and Investmentrdquo;, Japan International Forum (ed.), Examining Economic Partnership Agreements, Tokyo: Japan International Forum, February 2014, pp.63-78. (in Japanese)
- “Rule-making and the Role of Japan”, Japan Institute for International Affairs (ed.), Tackling with the China Risk and Regional Economic Integration, Tokyo: Japan Institute for International Affairs, February 2014, pp.91-107.
- “Prospects and Challenges of the TPP Negotiations (3) Contents of the TPP (1) Market Access”, Boeki to Kanzei, March 2014, pp.4-22. (in Japanese)
Topics of research
- (1) Regulatory Cooperation through Regional Trade Agreements
- Analyze the increasing role of regional free trade agreements in promoting regulatory cooperation in such regulatory fields as intellectual property rights, competition policy, e-commerce, labor law and environmental law.
- (2) International Economic Law of Development: Economic Development Strategy in the Age of Globalization and the Role of International Economic Law
- Conduct a comparative study of economic development strategies and the role of international economic law, focusing on trade policy, investment policy and industrial policy.
- (3) Government-Corporate Relationship in the Development and Dynamics of International Economic Law
- Analyze the government-corporate relationship in the development and dynamics of international economic law, comparing the divergent relationship in international trade law and international investment law.
- (4) Liberalization of Trade and Investment in the Asia-Pacific
- Trace the development of regional supply chains and the network of FTAs in the Asia-Pacific region.
Educational Activities in 2016
|Graduate School of Law and Politics, The University of Tokyo||Graduate Seminar on International Economic Law,
Studies in Private Standards
|Graduate School of Public Policy, The University of Tokyo||Advanced seminar on International Economic Law,
Studies in Private Standards,
Case Study on Utilization and Making of International Economic Rules