ポカリア クリストファー (ポカリア クリストファー)

写真a

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国際学術院 国際教養学部

職名

教授

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http://www.pokarier.com

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  • 商学学術院   商学部

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    2001年

    オーストラリア国立大学   豪日研究所、経営・政策科学研究科   国際ビジネス、政策  

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    1989年

    該当なし   政治学部   政治経済  

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  • 博士

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  • 2010年
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    April present Professor, SILS, Waseda University

  • 2004年
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    April 1 March 2010 Associate Professor, as above

  • 2001年
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    2004年

    Senior Lecturer, School of International Business, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

  • 1996年
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    2001年

    Lecturer, as above

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    European Association of Japanese Studies

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    Association of Cultural Economics International

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    Consortium of Higher Education Researchers

 

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  • 経済政策

  • 経済政策

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  • 公共政策、教育行財政、経営戦略

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  • Designing under uncertainty: professional identity and market disciplines in the creative industries

    Waseda Global Forum    2018年  [査読有り]

  • Australia’s foreign investment policy: an historical perspective

    International Journal of Public Policy,   13 ( 3-5 ) 212 - 231  2017年

    DOI

  • ‘Building Transformations: Jerusalem’s Glass Menagerie’, The Israeli Journal of Architecture

    The Israeli Journal of Architecture     72 - 83  2016年

  • ‘The Business of Japanese Culture Abroad: Implications for Japanese Studies’, Globalisation, Localisation and Japanese Studies in the Asia Pacific Region: Nichibunken Sydney Symposium, Kyoto: International Research Center for Japanese Studies

       2010年

  • ‘Japanese higher education: Seeking adaptive efficiency in a mature sector’, Chapter 10 in Christopher Findlay & William Tierney, eds. Globalisation and Tertiary Education in the Asia Pacific: The Changing Nature of a Dynamic Market, Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Company.

    Christopher Pokarier

       2010年

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書籍等出版物 【 表示 / 非表示

  • Transit through terror: the architecture of international mobility after 9.11, in An Anthology of Contending Views on International Security

    C. Pokarier, in David Walton &amp, Michael Frazier, eds

    Nova, New York  2012年

  • Japanese higher education: Seeking adaptive efficiency in a mature sector, Chapter 10 in Globalisation and Tertiary Education in the Asia Pacific: The Changing Nature of a Dynamic Market

    C Pokarier, in Christopher Findlay &amp, William Tierney, eds

    World Scientific Publishing Company  2010年

  • Open to Being Closed?: Foreign Control and Adaptive Efficiency in Japanese Corporate Governance’, Chapter 9 in Corporate Governance in the 21st Century: Japan’s Gradual Transformation

    C. Pokarier, in Luke Nottage, Leon Wolff, Kent Anderson, eds

    Edward Elgar, London  2008年

  • Open Secure Influential?: Contemporary issues in Japan’s international economic engagement’, in Japan’s Future in East Asia and the Pacific

    C. Pokarier, in Mari, Pangetsu &amp, Ligang Song, eds

    Asia Pacific Press, Australian National University  2007年

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  • APRA

    1993年  

共同研究・競争的資金等の研究課題 【 表示 / 非表示

  • Politics of Higher Education Marketisation

    研究期間:

    2017年04月
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    2021年03月
     

     概要を見る

    Substantial progress researching the Australian case was made through campus site visits & interviews (WSU, UTS, U.Syd, UQ, QUT, Griffith U.) in Sept 2019, participation in the IEAA Research Summit & AIEC conference, 10/15-18, Perth. At AIEC I presented research on shrinking higher education markets. Met with many higher education policymakers, HEI leaders, Time HE senior researchers, journalists, & site visit to UWA campus. Multiple meetings, in Sydney and Tokyo, with Dr David Walton to plan workshops in Sydney, June 2020, on higher education policy and in Tokyo (unfortunately disrupted by COVID-19 pandemic).2019 progress was good but the COVID-19 pandemic has since have been extremely disruptive to the project. Field research abroad is impossible. A co-organised high-level workshop on higher education policy at Western Sydney University June is cancelled. Only desk research continues. However, planned panel sessions at the European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR) on higher education policy will still happen as an online conference event. Moreover, key organisers - including my collaborator Dr Meng-Hsuan Chou of Nanyang University, Singapore, will run an online international workshop in November on 'academic time', with plans for a book and other publications that I will contribute to. Overall, it is clear though that the project will need a one-year extension.The project has evolved along two lines of research inquiry, both affirmed by the disruptive COVID-19 pandemic. One is around the contemporary role of the university campus - in university and public policy and in institutional branding - and has been made more stark as an important topic by the forced shift to entirely online education, and stakeholder backlashes. Secondly, border closings have disrupted higher education marketisation, bringing financial crises to higher education institutions in several case study countries. I will desk research these developments during 2020, with Australia as key case study, & disseminate digitally. I will apply for an extension, intending to use 2021 to write, attendance conferences and run one or more events to share updated research findings

  • 「紛争の変貌する力学と国連との関わり」―国連の和平推進と日本の施作

    研究期間:

    2015年11月
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    2018年03月
     

     概要を見る

    In the fiscal year 2016 (March-March), he continued to deepen his understanding of the UN Peace and Security architecture, familiarizing himself with the key review processes underway and recently completed. In particular, he focused on the review processes completed in the lead-up to the selection of the new Secretary General, especially those related to UN conflict prevention.<BR>He authored an occasional paper on negotiations with Non-State-Armed groups, which served as a background document for an academic conference at Ditchley, UK. This paper will also be included in a CPR-wide program of work on the changing nature of violent conflict. This program of work will underpin his final year of work. In support of this paper, he travelled to Geneva to conduct interviews with relevant individuals in the private and government sectors. He also did extensive document analysis on mediation theory and practice.<BR>Lee also authored an analysis piece on the Middle East Peace Process that focused on the Trump administration. This piece received broad attention, and a follow-up piece is planned. On this topic, he edited two chapters of his thesis that are being shaped as academic journal articles. These pieces will be submitted for publication in the next financial year, and will hopefully be published before the conclusion of the postdoc.Progress during this period was partly dependent on factors outside of his control at the Centre for Policy Research. Some programs of research were designed to coincide with other larger projects that ultimately fell through. Others relied on particular personnel who departed. Thus he adapted his research to focus it more keenly on the issue of Non-State Armed groups, and the ways in which the UN and other actors have approached negotiations with these groups. This program fitted into the broader research goals he set himself, and relied less on external involvement.<BR>As with the last financial period, his placement at the United Nations University Centre for Policy Research has offered him opportunities to work on various projects that have broadened his understanding of both UN policy-making and the limits of the UN Peace and Security apparatus. This included working on papers related to the TPP, new technologies in warfare, preventative diplomacy, and UN sanctions.<BR>Because his research topic is broad in scope, all of these side projects were highly beneficial to his central program. While ultimately this year produced less research outputs than expected, the professional and educational opportunities throughout this period exceeded his expectations.In continuing his study, he aims to substantially increase his publications output in the coming financial year through the completion of processes set in motion in the previous financial year. Specifically, he is a primary researcher on a project that examines the linkages between UN sanctions and mediations processes. This project will require travel to Geneva to attend an inception meeting, and will result in authorship of a scoping study, and a thematic paper. He will also contribute a case study to the larger project on the changing nature of violent conflict, which may also include the need for travel. He will submit and publish these papers through UN channels. As the postdoc comes to an end, the central challenge will be how to transition into continued work within the Australian context. He will prioritise projects that have an Australian element or angle, and will potentially present findings from one or more completed projects at the ANU in Canberra. As in the previous financial year, there is a possibility that some projects will be altered to suit emerging funding circumstances, especially those involving the UN Secretariat. In this case, his work program will revert to more predictable projects, including publishing thesis chapters as journal articles

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  • A comparative political economy of partial higher education marketisation

    2016年  

     概要を見る

    Comparative studies of higher education systems reveal three striking features: mass participation is a universal feature across developed economies, great variance both in the mix of public/private contribution to student costs and, thirdly, in the mix of public/private provision. A fourth dimension of variance, independent of whether public or private institutions predominate, is their degree of operational and ‘entrepreneurial’ autonomy from state control.&nbsp; Through a multi-method comparative case study approach this ongoing research project aims to explore the political determinants of this variance. The first dimension has been recently emphasized by higher education specialists such as Baker (2014) and Marginson (2016), while the political determinants of the second dimension (public/private funding mix) has recently been explored ably by scholars such as Jungblut (2014), Vukasovic (2013), and Garritzman (2015, 2016) with whom I am interacting in conferences such as ECPR &amp; CHER. My own efforts center upon the third and fourth dimensions; namely the politics of the mix of public/private provision and the degree of institutional operational autonomy and at ECPR 2016 presented a study of the Japanese case. I am also working on a related project on the ‘campus as catalyst’, recently on an Israeli case.&nbsp;

  • Strategic rescaling of higher education provision?: responses to demographic and economic distress

    2015年  

     概要を見る

    This ongoing research looks at how higher education systems, and particular institutions, respond to a diminished operating environment. Higher education institutions in a number of countries have faced severe financial pressures from one or more of the following: diminished public capacity to fund universities at a given scale of student enrolments, diminished private capacity to pay for a university education owing to economic downturn, and/or a declining domestic cohort of potential students owing to demographic change.&nbsp;The research analyses public policy responses to these diminished means, and examines how higher education institutions (and universities in particular) seek to influence policy in accordance with their financial interests and self-concepts.The project explores whether and how higher education institutions, and entire systems, escape pressures to ‘de-scale’ - downsize - through broadening the ‘market’ they serve, through either being less selective in domestic recruitment, marketing to fee-paying international students, or both.&nbsp;The first research stage has focused on the Australian case, culminating in presentation of a substantial paper titled ‘The Political Enterprise of Australian Higher Education Funding’ at the European Consortium for Political Science Research (ECPR), held in Montreal on 26-29 August 2015.

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  • ①The Enterprise of Architecture  ②The political economy of overseas investment

    2013年04月
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    2015年03月

    Israel   Truman Institute, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

    Australia   Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University

 

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