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The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus
In-depth critical analysis of the forces shaping the Asia-Pacific...and the world.
Andrew DeWit

Andrew DeWit is Professor in the School of Policy Studies at Rikkyo University and an Asia-Pacific Journal editor. His recent publications include “Climate Change and the Military Role in Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response,” in Paul Bacon and Christopher Hobson (eds) Human Security and Japan’s Triple Disaster (Routledge, 2014), "Japan’s renewable power prospects," in Jeff Kingston (ed) Critical Issues in Contemporary Japan (Routledge 2013), and (with Kaneko Masaru and Iida Tetsunari) “Fukushima and the Political Economy of Power Policy in Japan” in Jeff Kingston (ed) Natural Disaster and Nuclear Crisis in Japan: Response and Recovery after Japan's 3/11 (Routledge, 2012). He is lead researcher for a five-year (2010-2015) Japanese-Government funded project on the political economy of the Feed-in Tariff.

ID Author Title
4396 Andrew DeWit
Japan’s Dangerous Nuclear Waste on the Cutting Board? Towards a Renewables Future
4385 Andrew DeWit
Japan’s Bid to Become a World Leader in Renewable Energy
4266 Andrew DeWit
Komatsu, Smart Construction, Creative Destruction, and Japan’s Robot Revolution コマツのスマートコンストラクション、創造的破壊と日本のロボット革命
4248 Andrew DeWit
Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience as Structural Reform in Abenomics 防災とレジリエンス推進としてのアベノミックス流構造改革
4240 Andrew DeWit
Japan's 'National Resilience Plan': Its Promise and Perils in the Wake of the Election 日本の「国土強靱化計画」 選挙を経て、可能性と危険性
4236 Andrew DeWit
Japan’s Resilient, Decarbonizing and Democratic Smart Communities 燃料脱炭する日本のレジリエントで民主的なスマートコミュニティ
4229 Andrew DeWit
Japan's Radical Energy Technocrats: Structural Reform Through Smart Communities, the Feed-in Tariff and Japanese-Style 'Stadtwerke' ラジカルな日本の技術官僚 スマートコミュニティ、固定価格買い取り制度(FiT)、日本式Stadtwerke (地元のエネルギー供給公社)を通じて構造改革
4185 Andrew DeWit
A New Japanese Miracle? Its Hamstrung Feed-in Tariff Actually Works 新たな日本の奇跡? 足かせをかけられながらも機能するFIT
4174 Andrew DeWit
Hiroshima's Disaster, Climate Crisis, and the Future of the Resilient City 広島の災害、気候危機と回復力のある都市(「レジリエント・シティー」)の未来
4168 Andrew DeWit
US Pacific Command, Climate Change and Collaborative Society アメリカ太平洋軍、気候変動、協調的安全保障
4162 Andrew DeWit
Three Cheers for Abe's High-Tech CLT Wooden Arrow: The Future of Japanese Construction 安倍氏のハイテク「木の矢」を称賛する CLTと日本建築の未来
4131 Andrew DeWit
Japan's Rollout of Smart Cities: What Role for the Citizens? スマートシティーが公開されるなか、日本の市民の役割とは
4111 Andrew DeWit
Could a US-Japan “Green Alliance” Transform the Climate-Energy Equation? 日米間の「緑の同盟」 気候とエネルギー資源の均衡、来たらすことができるか
4108 Andrew DeWit, Ismail Emre Bayram, Sven Steinmo
The Bumble Bee and the Chrysanthemum: Comparing Sweden and Japan’s Responses to Financial Crisis ミツバチとキク スエーデンと日本の財政危機対策を比較する
4102 Andrew DeWit
Japan’s Energy Policy Impasse 日本のエネルギー政策、行き詰まる
4064 Andrew DeWit
Spinning the Tokyo Metro Election 都知事選のスピン報道
4060 Andrew DeWit
How Important is the Tokyo Gubernatorial Election? 都知事選の重要性は
4049 Andrew DeWit
Just Gas? Smart Power and Koizumi’s Anti-Nuclear Challenge ただのちゃらかし?高性能電源と小泉純一郎の原発への挑み
4016 Andrew DeWit
Can Abenomics Cope With Environmental Disaster? アベノミックスは環境災害に対応できるか
4010 Andrew DeWit
'Data Will Change ICT,' But Will it Change the Abe Regime? データがICT(情報通信技術)の変革をもたらす」が、安倍政権の変革をもたらすだろうか
3994 Andrew DeWit
The End of Japan’s Nuclear Power Mirage? Tokyo’s Green Olympics in 2020
3991 Andrew DeWit, Christopher Hobson
Abe at Ground Zero: the consequences of inaction at Fukushima Daiichi 安倍首相のゼロ地点 不決断の帰結は
3987 Andrew DeWit
Fukushima, Fuel Rods, and the Crisis of Divided and Distracted Governance 福島の燃料棒 分割と注意散漫がもたらすガバナンスの危機
3984 Andrew DeWit
Water, Water Everywhere: Incentives and Options at Fukushima Daiichi and Beyond 水、水、どこも水 福島第一原発をはじめとしてのインセンティブとオプション
3974 Andrew DeWit
In the Dark With Tepco: Fukushima’s Legacy for Nuclear Power 東電の暗闇 原子力発電と福島の遺産
3972 Andrew DeWit
Abe, Big Data and Bad Dreams: Japan’s ICT Future? 安倍晋三、ビッグデータ、そして悪夢 日本のICT(情報通信技術)未来は
3965 Andrew DeWit
Green Shoot: Abenomics and the 3rd Arrow 緑の新芽 アベノミックスの第三の矢
3953 Andrew DeWit
Abenomics Needs a Reboot Rather than Nuclear Restarts アベノミックスが必要とするのは再稼働ではなく再起動
3936 Andrew DeWit
An Emerging Fukushima Model? 「福島モデル」の出現か
3909 Andrew DeWit
The US Military, Green Energy, and the SPIDERS at Pearl Harbor 米軍、グリーンエネルギー、そして真珠湾でのスパイダーズ(SPIDERS)技術実験
3900 Andrew DeWit
Abenomics and Energy Efficiency in Japan アベノミックスと日本におけるエネルギー効率
3896 Andrew DeWit
Can Abenomics Cope With Environmental Disaster?
3861 Andrew DeWit
Distributed Power and Incentives in Post-Fukushima Japan  フクシマ後の日本における分権と報奨
3860 Andrew DeWit
Distributed Power and Incentives in Post-Fukushima Japan
3856 Andrew DeWit
Japan: Building a Galapagos of Power? 日本−−権力のガラパゴス群島建設へ?
3831 Andrew DeWit
Japan’s Energy Policy at a Crossroads: A Renewable Energy Future?  岐路に立つ日本のエネルギー政策−−再生可能エネルギーの未来?
3721 Andrew DeWit
Japan’s Remarkable Renewable Energy Drive—After Fukushima  日本の再生可能エネルギーへの目覚ましい推進力−−フクシマのあと
3679 Andrew DeWit
Megasolar Japan: The Prospects for Green Alternatives to Nuclear Power  メガ太陽熱発電の日本−−核発電にたいする環境によい代替案の見通し
3654 Andrew DeWit, Peter Lynch
Feed-in Tariffs the Way Forward for Renewable Energy  固定価格買い取り制度、再生可能エネルギーへの前進
3645 Andrew DeWit
Fallout From the Fukushima Shock: Japan’s Emerging Energy Policy  フクシマ衝撃の余波−−今後の日本のエネルギー政策
3603 Andrew DeWit, Son Masayoshi
Creating a Solar Belt in East Japan: The Energy Future  東日本にソーラーベルトを−−太陽の港、風の港で日本は甦る
3525 Andrew DeWit, Sven Saaler
Political and Policy Repercussions of Japan's Nuclear and Natural Disasters in Germany  日本の天災核災にたいするドイツの反応
3501 Andrew DeWit
The Earthquake in Japanese Energy Policy  日本のエネルギー政策における地震
3479 Andrew DeWit, Iida Tetsunari
The “Power Elite” and Environmental-Energy Policy in Japan  日本の「パワーエリート」と環境エネルギー政策
3451 Andrew DeWit, Ito Peng, Joseph Wong
East Asian Welfare Regimes  東アジア福祉制度
3417 Andrew DeWit, Elliot Brownlee
Revisiting Postwar Taxation in Japan and its Contemporary Implications  戦後日本税制の再検討とその今日的意味合い
3300 Andrew DeWit
Get FIT: Public Policy, the Smart State and the Energy-Environmental Revolution  固定価格買い取り制度−−公共政策、賢い国家、来るべきエネルギー源・環境革命
3271 Andrew DeWit, Jonathan Watts
Clean Coal and The Two Faces of China's Coal Industry     クリーンコールと中国石炭業の両面性
3249 Andrew DeWit
Regime Change Short-Circuited: Carbon Emissions and Japan's Feed-in Tariff System
3226 Andrew DeWit, Iida Tetsunari
Is Hatoyama Reckless or Realistic? Making the Case for a 25% Cut in Japanese Greenhouse Gases
3118 Andrew DeWit
Japan's Response to Financial-Economic-Environmental Crisis
3049 Andrew DeWit, T. Harris
Japan's Twenty Year Response to Economic Crisis
3031 Andrew DeWit
Japan on the Brink of the Abyss? [Updated]
2963 Andrew DeWit, Kaneko Masaru
Subprime Learning: Positive and Negative Lessons of the Japanese Bubble for Americans
2797 Andrew DeWit
The G8 Mirage: The Summit and Japan's Environmental Policies
2699 Andrew DeWit, J L Sawin
Are Renewable Energy Sources Approaching a Tipping Point?
1827 Andrew DeWit
What Me Worry? Japan Blithely Ignores the Warnings of Peak Oil Analysts
1824 Andrew DeWit, Yukiko YAMAZAKI
Flawed Political Economy of Decentralization
1748 Andrew DeWit, Yukiko YAMAZAKI
Fiscal Cuts or Common Sense? Fiscal Decentralization in Japan
1669 Andrew DeWit
Japan's Third Way: A Public Intellectual Confronts Japan's Economic Stagnation
1662 Andrew DeWit
Peak Oil and Japan's Food Dependence Available in Japanese Translation
1620 Andrew DeWit
Scientific Stereotypes East and West (available in Spanish)
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