Profile

KIM Jemma

Associate Professor, School of Global Japanese Studies,
Meiji University

SDGs theme

Research themes:
Policymaking process regarding the FTA/TPP, regional integration in Asia-Pacific countries, comparisons between the policies of Japan and Korea

Main books and papers:
◆“Nihon no tusho seisaku tenkan no seijikeizaigaku: FTA/TPP to kokunaiseiji” (The Political Economy of Japanese Trade Policy Shift: FTA, TPP and Domestic Politics) (Yushindo 2016).
◆“Globalization to new regionalism: Kakusan to shuren no sogosayo” (Globalization and New Regionalism: Interaction of expansion and compression) (in Shujiro Urata & Kim Jemma (eds.), Globalization and Asian Regional Integration, Keiso Shobo 2012).
◆“Higashi Asia FTA to kokunaiseiji: Kankoku no jirei kara” (East Asia FTA and Domestic Politics: Korean Cases) (in Shunji Matsuoka & Hiro Katsumata (eds.), The Development of Asian Regional Integration, Keiso Shobo 2011).
◆“Kankoku no FTA seisaku kettei katei: Higashi Asia kyodotai eno shisa” (South Korea’s FTA Policymaking Process: Implications for East Asian Community) (Journal of Asia-Pacific studies, 17, 2011).
◆“Nihon no ondo de chiiki FTA o” (Realization of Regional FTA on Japan’s Initiative) (Asahi Shimbun, national morning edition, Nov. 17, 2010).
◆“Nihon no FTA seisaku o meguru kokunai seiji: JSEPA kosho process no bunseki” (Japan’s Domestic Politics on FTA Policy: An Analysis of the JSEPA Negotiation Process) (The Hitotsubashi journal of law and international studies, 7 (3), 2008).
◆“Japan and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP): Rule Setter or Follower?” Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies 21, 2013.
◆“East Asian Regional Integration and Domestic Politics,” in Amako S., Matsuoka S., and Horiuchi K., (eds.), Asian Regional Integration in East Asia: Theoretical and Historical Perspectives (Tokyo: United Nations University Press, 2013).
◆“Governance Reconsidered in Japan: Searching for New Paradigms in the Global Economic Downturn,” The Korean Journal of Policy Studies 24(2), 2010.
◆“Bilateral Trade Agreements in the Asia-Pacific: Origins, Evolution, and Implications,” Asian Regional Integration Review 2, 2010.