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Canberra, 21 January 2011.

23 July 2009

Institute of East Asian Studies (IN-EAST)


23 Jul 2009

Duisburg-Essen University, Essen, Germany.

"The Institute of East Asian Studies IN-EAST, established in 1994, is a Research Center of the University of Duisburg-Essen, engaged in both research and graduate education on East Asia. With more than 25 scholars from different disciplines in the social and economic sciences, IN-EAST is the most comprehensive university institute committed to contemporary East Asian studies in Germany. Chinese and Japanese Studies are the main focus of the research program and graduate curriculum."

Site contents:
* About us; * Study Programs; * Information for Students;
* Research (CURRENT JOINT PROJECTS: #Risiko in Asien.
CONCLUDED JOINT PROJECTS [freely dowloadable in PDF format]: #Stability and Change in East Asia, #Multilingualism in Japan, #Stability and Commercial Information - The Economic Relevance of Institutional Design Within the Information System, #Japan's Construction Lobby Activities and Their Spatial Impact - Systemic Stability and Sustainable Regional Development, #Is Local Democracy Paving the Way for Political and Social Stability? Implementation and Political Effects of Village and Urban Inhabitants Elections in China, #Employment Diversification in Japan: The Case of Temporary Dispatched Work, #Stability in Instability. China's TVEs and the Evolution of Property Rights.
CURRENT INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS: #Chan-Mi Strueber, under the direction of Werner Pascha - Korean Foreign Direct Investment in Europe, #Karen Shire, with Karin Gottschall - Gender and Comparative Institutional Studies in Embedded Capitalism - the Cases of Japan and Germany, #Werner Pascha - Expats or Locals? On the Choice of Senior Management in German Subsidiaries in Japan, #Markus Taube - General Analysis of Areas of Competitiveness of EU Industrial and Service Sectors vis-a-vis China, #Markus Taube - Consumer Behaviour in China, #Markus Taube - Evaluation of the European Commission's Co-operation and Partnership with the Peoples' Republic of China, #Markus Taube - Industrienahe Forschungs- und Technologiepolitik der chinesischen Regierung, #Karen Shire, with Margret Borchert and Heinz-Ulrich Hoppe - VIP-NET Virtual Working and Learning in Project-Based Networks, #Karen Shire (with GLOW Network) - Globalization, Gender and Work Transformation, #Werner Pascha - Recent Developments at KOPRA - International Internship Platform (www.kopra.org), #Werner Pascha - Intraregional and Interregional Economic Relations in East Asia, #Werner Pascha, Ingo Meierhans - New Mechanisms of Economic Policy in Japan, #Thomas Heberer, Wolfgang Grunow - Administrative Reforms in Germany and China in Comparison (2): Decentralised Policies, Environment Policy as a Case Study, #Thomas Heberer - Innovation of Local Administration in China and Germany in Comparison, #Thomas Heberer - Theory and Application of the Concept of "Strategic Groups" - Scope and Limitations of a Social Science Paradigma between Structure and Action.
CONCLUDED INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS [freely dowloadable in PDF format]: #Karen Shire - Gender and the German Knowledge-Based Economy (2005-2006), #Claudia Derichs and Mark R. Thompson - Dynasties and Female Political Leadership in Asia, #Karen Shire, with Ursula Holtgrewe - Global Call Center Project (2004-2006), #Thomas Heberer and Anja Senz - An International Comparative Study on Village Governance: Case Studies (2005-2006)).
Research posters [19 research posters]); * Publications (Institute Report [#1-1993/94 to #14-2007/2008], Green Series [at present 79 Duisburg Working Papers on East Asian Studies, incl. #79 (2009) - Th. Heberer, A. Senz - Task Force: Entwicklungspolitik und -strategien in Ostasien am Beispiel der chinesischen Umweltpolitik, #78 (2008) - W. Pascha, C. Storz - How are Markets Created? The Case of Japan's Silver Market, #77 (2008) - W. Pascha, U. Holtschneider (Eds.) - Task Force: Corporate Social Responsibility in Japan and Austria, #76 (2008) - Yu Keping - China's Governance Reform from 1978 to 2008. #75 (2008) - Th. Heberer - Task Force: Entwicklungspolitik in China: Herausforderungen, Loesungsstrategien und deutsch-chinesische Entwicklungszusammenarbeit]); * Media (Expertises, Media appearance, Press releases); * News (News, Search in News, Archive); * Summer School 2009; * Contact; * Intranet; * Sitemap; * Search.

[A bi-lingual (DE, EN) website - ed.]

URL http://www.uni-due.de/~hy0382/

Internet Archive (web.archive.org) [the site was not archived at the time of this abstract - ed.]

Link reported by: Bernhard Seliger (seliger--at--hss.or.kr), forwarded by h-asia--at--h-net.msu.edu

* Resource type [news - documents - study - corporate info. - online guide]:
Corporate Info./ Study
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* Scholarly usefulness [essential - v.useful - useful - interesting - marginal]:
* External links to the resource [over 3,000 - under 3,000 - under 1,000
- under 300 - under 100 - under 30]: under 30

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