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TOP > ニュース・イベント情報 > 2010年12月1日-3日 国際シンポジウム December 1-3, 2010 International Symposium "Uncommon Democracies Revisited, Phase 2: Loss of One-Party Dominance, Causes, and Consequences" After Dominance: Do "Uncommon Democracies" Become "Common?"

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2010年12月1日-3日 国際シンポジウム December 1-3, 2010 International Symposium "Uncommon Democracies Revisited, Phase 2: Loss of One-Party Dominance, Causes, and Consequences" After Dominance: Do "Uncommon Democracies" Become "Common?"

日時
2010年12月1日~3日
場所
International House of Japan, Tokyo, Japan

Wednesday, December 1, 2010
Welcome Dinner

Thursday, December 2, 2010 (Day 1)
Welcome and Introduction: presided by Ellis Krauss and Michio Muramatsu
Session I. "Defining Dominance" by Robert Pekkanen (University of Washington)
Session II. Presentations about loss of dominance of each country
Panel A Italy Report (1 paper)
Title: "The Italian DC: End of Dominance and Post-Dominance Setting"
Presenter: Luciano Bardi (University of Pisa)
Panel B Japan Report (2 papers)
Title: "Japan: Causes of the LDP's Fall from Power and the Consequences of the LDP's Long-term Dominance"
Presenters: Ellis Krauss (University of California, San Diego) and Daniel Smith (University of California, San Diego)
Title: "Loss of One-Party Dominance in Japan. Why the 2009 Election? An Interpretation from the Civil Society and Interest Group Perspective"
Presenter: Yutaka Tsujinaka (University of Tsukuba)
Panel C Israel Report (1 paper)
Title: "The Israeli Labor Party: From Dominance to Competition to Collapse"
Presenter: Reuven Hazan (Political Science Department, Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Panel D Sweden Report (1 paper)
Title:"The Decline of One-Party Dominance in Sweden: Causes and Consequences"
Presenter: Sven Steinmo (Colorado University)
General Discussion and Wrap-up of Day 1
Comparing Dominance and Its Consequences in Four Countries: Similarities and Differences

Friday, December 3, 2010 (Day 2)
General Discussion/Comparison I
Topic: Responsiveness/Accountability Across Four Countries
"Responsive and Accountable to Whom? Linkages in Uncommon and Post-Uncommon Democracies"
Discussion Leader: Richard Katz (Johns Hopkins University)
General Discussion/Comparison II
Topic: Governing Party, Minority Parties, and Election
Discussion Leader: Junko Kato (The University of Tokyo)
General Discussion/Comparison III
Topic: Governing Party-Civil Society Relations
Discussion Leader: Robert Pekkanen
Title: Comparison of Civil Society and Interest Groups between One Party Dominant System and Two Party System Society
Presenter: Yutaka Tsujinaka
General Discussion/Comparison IV
Topic: Governing Party-Bureaucracy Relations
Discussion Leader: Michio Muramatsu
Concluding Discussion and Future Plans
Topic:"One-Party Dominance: Rethinking Its Decline"
Discussion Leader: T.J. Pempel (University of California, Berkeley)
Topic:"Comparing the End of the One-Party Regimes in Japan and Sweden"
Discussion Leader: Sven Steinmo
Commentary
Steven Reed (Chuo University, Japan)
Daniel Smith
Axel Klein (German Institute for Japanese Studies)
Concluding remarks by Ellis Krauss and Michio Muramatsu

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