ABOUT THE ASSOCIATION OF INTERDISCIPLINARY SOCIAL SCIENCES STUDIES
The Association of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Studies organizes study sessions, which serve as a platform for the faculty and students of the ISS course to interact with one another. The study sessions also provide an opportunity for ISS course members to be updated on the latest developments in the field, including disciplines other than that of their own specialization. Details on the latest study session are as follows. As our study sessions are widely open to the public, researchers, graduate students and undergraduate students who are not formally enrolled in the ISS course are most welcome to join us.
- Date: July 3, 2014 (Wed.)
- Venue: Room 308, Building 2, Komaba Campus, University of Tokyo (Please click here for a map)
- Title: “The Politics of Labor Market Reform in Japan and Korea”
- Presenter: Kenneth Mori McElwain (Assistant Professor, Dept of Political Science, University of Michigan)