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This seminar series is to provide equal opportunity for every participant to exchange academic knowledge. Any behavior against this aim such as disturbance, harassment, or discrimination will not be tolerated. This includes, but is not limited to, making noise, excess frequency or length of speech or writing in chat box, unwelcome attention, violence, bullying, stalking, disclosing someone's private information without their agreement, verbal abuse without respecting others, prejudicial behavior based on gender, race or any other individual attributes, sexual advances or jokes. Individuals violating this policy in offline or online meetings will be subject to action such as a ban from the seminar series. 

Rokko Forum Past List (2002~)

Rokko Forum Schedule

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Date & Time Speaker & Topic Place

Thu. 27 January
3:00PM-4:10PM
Language: Japanese

*Online Seminar by Zoom

Jointly supported by RoMacS

Kazutoshi MIYAZAWA
(Faculty of Economics, Doshisha University)

"Higher education and the polarization of wages"



 


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Mon. 7 Feburuary
3:00PM-4:30PM
Language:Japanese

*Face to face and Online(Zoom)

Jointly supported by Kobe-DEEH

Megumi MURAKAMI
(Northwestern University)

"Rare Diseases and Medical Institutions in Meiji Japan: Policies of Imperial Army and Navy on Beriberi"



This will be a hybrid of face-to-face and online sessions.
Depending on future conditions, we may cancel the face-to-face session. In that case, the session will be held online.

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We will stop accepting applications once the maximum number of participants has been reached.

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Thu. 17 February
10:00AM-12:00PM
Language: Japanese


*Online Seminar by Zoom

Jointly supported by Kobe University Center for Social Systems Innovation

Report 1
Akio NAWAKURA
(Meiji University)

"Brief History and Overview of South Korea's Rural Policies"

 

Report 2
Tomoko KINUGASA
(Kobe University)
Akifumi ETO
(Museum of Nature and Human Activities, Hyogo)
Kouji YASUDA
(Aomori Public University,Research Fellow, Graduate School of Economics, Kobe University)

"The effect of National Strategic Specific Zone of Yabu City and future perspective"

 


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Thu. 3 March
3:00PM-4:10PM
Language: Japanese

*Online Seminar by Zoom

Jointly supported by RoMacS

Ryo ARAWATARI
(Faculty of Economics, Doshisha University)

"TBA"



 


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