池田 文 (イケダ フミ)

写真a

所属

附属機関・学校 高等研究所

職名

講師(任期付)

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  • 2014年04月
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    2020年03月

    中央大学   総合政策研究科  

  • 2012年10月
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    2013年11月

    オックスフォード大学 (Oxford University)   School of Global and Area Studies  

  • 2010年10月
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    2011年11月

    ロンドン大学(University College London)   Department of Political Science  

  • 2008年10月
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    2009年11月

    ロンドン政治学院 (London School of Economics and Political Science)   Department of Government  

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  • 2013年11月   Oxford University   MSc

  • 2011年11月   University College London   MA

  • 2009年11月   London School of Economics and Political Science   MSc

  • 中央大学   博士(総合政策)

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    日本選挙学会

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    日本比較政治学会

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    日本政治会

 

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  • 政治学   日本政治学、比較政治学

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  • 日本政治、比較政治、政党、選挙、利益団体、組織票、利益分配政治

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  • The Electoral Clout of Unions in Japan: Vote Mobilization in Company Towns

    Fumi Ikeda

    Journal of East Asian Studies   19 ( 1 ) 69 - 87  2019年03月  [査読有り]

     概要を見る

    © 2019 East Asia Institute. Interest groups and other organizations are crucial vehicles for voter mobilization, but variations in their capacities are not well understood. To clarify the ways in which vote mobilization capacities vary, I analyze vote mobilization in two private-sector industrial unions supporting the Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ). The Japanese Federation of Textile, Chemical, Food, Commercial Service and General Workers' Union (UA Zensen), has a very large membership but mobilizes few votes. The Confederation of Japan Automobile Worker's Unions (JAW), on the other hand, has fewer members but mobilizes more votes. In this article, I argue that unions whose constituent units operate company towns are most successful in mobilizing votes. Organizational capacity-independent of membership size-matters in the electoral arena. Using data from House of Councillors elections, I show that those industrial unions that include many enterprises with company towns have advantage in voter mobilization.

    DOI

  • Why does Japan's social democratic party survive? An organizational perspective

    Fumi Ikeda

    Social Science Japan Journal   20 ( 2 ) 261 - 278  2017年06月  [査読有り]

     概要を見る

    © The Author 2017. Published by Oxford University Press in conjunction with the University of Tokyo. All rights reserved. This article asks what explains the survival of small parties by analyzing the survival of the Social Democratic Party of Japan (SDP). Many new parties were founded in the early 1990s but few have survived. The SDP is thus an outlier case. The SDP is a successor to the Japan Socialist Party (JSP) but many members of the JSP joined the new center-left Democratic Party of Japan (DPJ) in 1996. The DPJ prospered but the SDP has faded into electoral insignificance, barely maintaining enough support to qualify as a political party under Japanese law. How and why does the SDP survive despite its dismal performance in elections? I argue that the continuing support of the All Japan Prefectural and Municipal Workers Union (hereafter, Jichiro) has played a significant role in the SDP's survival. Jichiro officially decided to support the DPJ but some prefectural branches continued to support the SDP. The SDP case confirms that societal organizations have played a significant role more than charismatic leadership or policy distinctiveness for small party survival. The SDP case also indicates that societal organizations may hinder cooperation with other parties and might undermine unified opposition building against the Liberal Democratic Party (LDP).

    DOI

  • Rooted or Entrepreneurial Formation? The Formation and the Success of a New Party-The Case of the Democratic Party of Japan-

    池田文

    中央大学院研究年報 総合政策研究編   20   3 - 19  2017年02月  [査読有り]

    担当区分:筆頭著者

  • The democratic party of Japan: Surviving to fight another day

    Fumi Ikeda, Steven R. Reed

    Japan Decides 2014: The Japanese General Election     55 - 61  2016年01月  [査読有り]

    DOI

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  • Japan decides 2014 : the Japanese general election

    Pekkanen, Robert, Reed, Steven R., Scheiner, Ethan( 担当: 分担執筆,  担当範囲: Ch.5 Fumi Ikeda & Steven R. Reed "The Democratic Party of Japan: Surviving Fight Another Day")

    Palgrave Macmillan  2016年 ISBN: 9781137551993

共同研究・競争的資金等の研究課題 【 表示 / 非表示

  • 政党支援組織が及ぼす政党システムへの影響

    研究活動スタート支援

    研究期間:

    2020年09月
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    2022年03月
     

    池田 文

講演・口頭発表等 【 表示 / 非表示

  • The Impact of Organizational Votes on the Decline of the Center-Left Parties: The Case of Japan

    池田文

    政治学者若手研究者フォーラム  

    発表年月: 2020年11月

  • 旧同盟系労働組合の組織票:自動車総連とUAゼンセンの事例

    Symposium: Rethinking Economic-Electoral Dimensions in Politics  

    発表年月: 2018年03月

 

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