MEKATA Motoko

MEKATA Motoko

MEKATA Motoko

Fellow (until March 31, 2004)

Lecturer, The Okuma School of Public Management, Waseda University

Activities at RIETI

Expertise

Transnational Civil Society, NGO/NPO

Education

2001 Ph.D., Osaka University (International Public Policy)
1995 M.S., Columbia University (Architecture and Urban Planning)
1986 M.A., Georgetown University (International Politics)
1984 B.A., Sophia University (Comparative Cuture)

Experience

2003 Lecturer, The Okuma School of Public Management
Waseda University
2002 Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Tokyo
2001 Lecturer, Kwansei Gakuin University
1999 - Research Fellow, Tokyo Foundation
1987 - 92 Fuji TV
1986 - 87 Japan Center for International Exchange

Selected Publications and Papers

Transnational Civil Society (in Japanese), Toyokeizai Shimposha, 2003.

Ed., Shiminno Dogubako (in Japanese), Iwanami Shoten, 2002.

"Building Partnerships toward a Common Goal: Experiences of the International Campaign to Ban Landmines," in Ann Florini ed., The Third Force: The Rise of Transnational Civil Society, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2000.

"Deeds or Words: Japan and Nuclear Disarmament", Disarmament Diplomacy, Acronym Institute, No. 45, May 2000.

Helmut Anheier and Regina List eds., Cross-border philanthropy, An exploratory study of international giving in the United Kingdom, United States, Germany and Japan, Center for Civil Society, The John Hopkins University, 2000.

Others

1997 - Steering Committee Member, Japan Campaign to Ban Landmines