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Curriculum Vitae

Name

Ikuo Kabashima

Governor of Kumamoto Prefecture

Date of Birth

January 28, 1947

Highest Level of Education

Ph.D., Political Economy and Government

Harvard University, USA   1979

Employment History

April 16, 2008 - Present

Governor of Kumamoto Prefecture

   Currently in third term

2008 - Present

Emeritus Professor

   University of Tokyo 

1997-2008

Professor

   Graduate School of Law and Politics, University of Tokyo

1996-1997

College Dean

   Graduate School of International Political Economy, Tsukuba University

1991-1996

Professor

   College of Policy and Planning Sciences, Tsukuba University

1985-1991

Associate Professor

   College of Policy and Planning Sciences, Tsukuba University

1984

Visiting Scholar of International Relations
   Princeton University, USA

1984

Visiting Associate Professor

   University of Washington, USA

1980

Lecturer

   College of Policy and Planning Sciences,Tsukuba University

1968

Agricultural Trainee

   USA

1965

Employee

   Inada Village Agricultural Cooperative, Kumamoto Prefecture

Academic History

1979

Ph.D., Political Economy and Government
   Harvard University, USA

1977

Master of Public Administration

 Harvard University, USA

1977

Master of Science (Agricultural Economics)

   University of Nebraska, USA

1974

Bachelor of Science (Animal Science)

   University of Nebraska, USA

1965

Kumamoto Prefectural Kamoto Senior High School

   Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan

Publications

  • Seiji Sanka(“Political Participation”), Tokyo University Press
  • Sengo Seiji no Kiseki (“The Trajectory of Post-war Politics”), Iwanami Bookstore
  • Seiken Kotai to Yukensha no Taido Henyo (“Regime Change and Changes in Voter Attitudes”), Bokutakusha
  • Gyakkyo no Naka ni Koso Yume ga Aru (“Dreams Lie in Adversity”), Kodansha
  • Changing Politics in Japan, Cornell University Press
  • Ideorogi (“Ideology”), Tokyo University Press
  • Medeia to Seiji (“Media and Politics”), Yuhikaku Maruma
  • Unmei (“Destiny”), Mikasashobo
  • Gendai Nihonjin no Ideorogi(“Modern Japanese Ideology”), Tokyo University Press

Hobbies

Reading, Kuma-jochu(shochu made in the Kuma region of Kumamoto)

Favorite Expression

Life is a dream