April 20, 2018

Announcing the 2017-2018 Abe Fellows

We are pleased to announce the Abe Fellows and Abe Journalism Fellows for the 2017-2018 cycle. These two programs are designed to encourage research and coverage on topics of pressing global concern. The programs are administered by the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) with funding provided by CGP. We encourage you to learn more about the Abe Fellowship Program and the Abe Fellowship Program for Journalists, by visiting their respective program pages.

Abe Fellows 2017-2018

Dorothea Abraham
College of William and Mary
A Comparative Analysis of the 2017 Cybersecurity Strategies of Japan and the United States: Implications for Healthcare and Government

Jason Danely
Oxford Brookes University
Comparison of Older Ex-Offender Resettlement and Community-Based Organizations for Reducing Recidivism in Japan and the United Kingdom

Elizabeth DeSombre
Wellesley College
Comparative Influences on Port Sustainability

Noriko Endo
Keio University
Reconsidering the role of the national government in US-Japan Nuclear Liability

Toshiaki Iizuka
The University of Tokyo
The Value of Medical Care in the US and Japan

Heather Montgomery
International Christian University
Global Financial Stability in the wake of Banking Sector Consolidation: Evidence from Japan and the United States

Sumie Nakaya
United Nations
Ceasefire Planning in Multi-Layered Armed Conflicts: Towards a New Model of Violence Management among Heterogeneous Armed Groups

Koki Oikawa
Waseda University
Research on the Impact of Monetary Policy on Economic Growth through Reallocation among Heterogeneous Firms

Albert Park
Claremont McKenna College
Rural Ecology: Environmentalism, Building New Communities and Social Renewal in Korea and Japan

Jolyon Thomas
University of Pennsylvania
Religion, Morality, and Public School Education in Japan and the United States

Abe Journalism Fellows 2017-2018

Carolyn Kormann
Contributing Writer/Editor/Researcher, The New Yorker Magazine
Farmers, Soldiers, and a Knuckleballer: North Korea, Climate Change,
and the Future of Japanese Gender Politics

Brigid Schulte
Director, The Better Life Lab, New America
Overwork in Japan: Causes, Consequences and Prospects for Change

Amos Zeeberg
Journalist, Freelance
How to Invent the 21st Century's Great Lifesaver: Stem-Cell Therapy