Washoku and UNESCO
Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies
Memory, performance, and Chinese-style literature in the world of Sei Shōnagon’s Pillow Book
Fukushima - A personal perspective. Screening of an internationally coproduced film, My Atomic Aunt
My research interests include entrepreneurship, management of innovation, corporate governance, and employment relations in Japan, as well as political economy and economic development in East Asia. My publications include Comparative Entrepreneurship: The UK, Japan and the Shadow of Silicon Valley (2009) and (co-edited) Corporate Governance and Managerial Reform in Japan (2009). A current research project is on ‘compressed development’ in East Asia.
The Nissan Institute and SIAS are very pleased to be able to announce that we have appointed Hugh Whittaker to fill the post of Professor in the Economics of Japan.
The Pitt Rivers Museum’s Surviving Tsunami exhibition closed earlier this week, having been extended by nearly a month due to popular demand.
Schoolgirls, Money and Rebellion in Japan
A Journey into Fairyland: An American Professor in Meiji Japan