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No. 26
A Short Biography of Ada Vera Hay (Cocker):
A New Zealand Female Delegate to the pacific Conference in Kyoto (1929) and Shanghai-Hangchow (1931)
----------Michio Yamaoka
Shibusawa Eiichi's "People's Diplomacy" (Kokumin Gaiko): 
The case of the Japanese Commercial Commission of 1909
---------------------Kazuomi Sakai
No. 25
Eiichi Shibusawa and the Development of the Railway System in Japan
----------Mutsumi Onda
The Saitama-Gakusei-Yuekikai's Student Loan Operations
---------------------Tomokaz Takada
Success of Tokuyo Jinzohiriyo Co.Ltd. and Kamasu Production
--------------Chikashi Takahashi
The conversion of the Gas Bureau of Metropolitan "Tokyo-hu-Gas-kyoku" to the Gas Corporation of Tokyo "Tokyo- Gas-Kabushikikaisya"- Eiichi Shibusawa's concept of public and private
---------------------Hisato Nakajima
No. 24
Abstract - Association Concordia (Kiitsu Kyokai) and Shrine Priests in early 20th Century Japan
----------Naoki Azegami
Abstract - Eiichi Shibusawa and the Development of the Railway System in Japan
---------------------Mutsumi Onda

Study Note - Shibusawa Eiichi and Toyama Syuzo (Japanese only)

--------------Kazuaki Matsumoto

No. 23
Abstract - Shibusawa Eiichi: a Re- evaluation of the Development of his Career
-------Masakazu Shimada
Abstract - "Shokubun" and the Principle that Business Ought to Serve the Public Interest
-------Tetsuya Nakajima
Abstract - US-Japan Cultural Exchange of Sport in the Era of International Cooperation
-------Masaru Hatano

Study Note - The Complication of the Discourse about China and Japan Relationship:  the Dispute among Hushi, Koshin Murofuse and Kenkichi Yoshizawa and their Influence (Japanese only)

------------------Tomoyo Negishi
No. 22
  Jan. 2010
Abstract - Eiichi Shibusawa and Korea: With a Focus on the Laying of the Seoul-Pusan Railway and the Seoul-Inchon Railway
-------Nobuo Katagiri
Study Note - Shibusawa Eiichi's Plans for Initiating a Centrial Bank in China: With a Focus on His 1914 Visit to China (Japanese only)
-------Jin Dong

No. 21
  Jan. 2009
Abstract - Eiichi Shibusawa and Imperial Russia
-------Masayoshi Matsumura
Abstract - Social Services and Eiichi Shibusawa In Colonial-Period Korea:
An Examination of the Chosun Agricultural Home for Orphans
-------Tomoe Naganuma
Abstract - The Establishment Process of Japan Air Transport Co., Ltd: Early days of the Airline industry
---------Kenta Katoh
Abstract - A Revisit of Early Asianism in Modern Japan
-----------Meiping Wang
No. 20
  Jan. 2008
When Liberalism Faced Nationalism: A Study of Hu Shih and China Institute of Pacific Relations
--------Ouyang Junxi

The America-Japan Society in the Interim War Period (Japanese only)

-------------Akiko Iimori

The Establishment of a Local Company and Human Networks in Late Nineteenth Century Japan: A Case Study of Ryomo Railway Company (Japanese only)

-------------------------Rie Ishii

Study Note - Eiichi Shibusawa and Hokiichi Hanawa (Japanese only)

------------Shouichi Sakai

Study Note - Famous Blind Scholar of Japan:
From the Viewpoint of Japanese History of the Disabled Survey of the Biographical Editing Project for Materials on Eiichi Shibusawa (Japanese only)

--------------Hitomi Yamada

No. 19
  Jan. 2007
Abstract - The Chinese Intelligentsia and the Third Biennial Conference of the IPR
--------Zhang Jing
Study Note - A Record of a Career in the Institute of Pacific Relations
--------Edward C. Carter
Abstract of Study Note - A Record of a Career in the Institute of Pacific Relations: Editor's Note
--------Michio Yamaoka
Abstract of Study Note - General Preface to Edward C. Carter's Statement edited by William L. Holland
--------Yutaka Sasaki

No. 18
  Jan. 2006
Abstract - Student Dormitories in Modern Japan:
A Case Study of the Saitama Gakusei Yuekikai between 1904-1935
--------Tomokazu Takada
Abstract - Kosuke Tomeoka's 1903 Visit to the United States and Europe in 1903:
Influences from the "Colony System"
--------Hitomi Nii

Study Note - Why Has “the Boy of Lepra” Been Lost?:
A Reflection on “the Memories” and “the Records” of Eiichi Shibusawa (Japanese only)

-------------Yuichiro Hirai

No. 17
  Oct. 2004
Abstract - The Japanese Institute of Pacific Relations and the Kellogg-Briand
Pact: The Activities and Limitations of Private Diplomacy
--------Michiko Ito
Abstract - Eiichi Shibusawa and China:
With a Focus on Shibusawa's Attitude toward China
--------Nobuo Katagiri

Study Note - A Study of Eiichi Shibusawa’s Participation in the Promotion and Establishment of Companies (Japanese only)

-------------Masakazu Shimada

No. 16
  Oct. 2003
Abstract - Shibusawa Eiichi and his Moral Education:
An Analysis from Lectures at the Commercial Higher School
--------Reiko Kageyama
Abstract - A Study about Stages in Japan of Mei Lan-fang
--------Yuan Ying-ming

No. 15
  Oct. 2002
Abstract - Performing on an International Stage for Japan in America:
Yusuke Tsurumi's Prewar Public Relations Activities
--------Kazuma Ueshina
Eiichi Shibusawa and China: with a Focus on his Attitude Toward China (Japanese only)
--------Nobuo Katagiri

No. 14
  Oct. 2001
John B. Condliffe, William L. Holland and the Institute of Pacific Relations' Research and Publication Program
--------Paul F. Hooper
The Return of Japanese Businesses to the World Community:
The International Chamber of Commerce after the Second World War
--------Masato Kimura
Abstract - The 1927 US-Japan Doll Exchange Project as Seen from the Viewpoint of Japanese Immigrants: From the Campaign for Revision of the 1924 Immigration Law to International Cultural Exchange
--------Hiroaki Koresawa
Abstract of Study Note - Storage of Historical Social Welfare Materials:
The case of Takinogawa gakuen Facilities
--------Osamu Nakamura

No. 13
  Oct. 2000
Recovering a Lost Chapter in American-Chinese Relations: The Institute of Pacific Relations and the Nankai Institute of Economics
--------Xi Zhou
The Missing Link: Japanese Anthropology and the Institute of Pacific Relations Before and During WWII
---------Toyomi Asano
Study Note - Shibusawa Eiichi's Role in the Modernization Movement in East Asia
--------VINH Sinh
Abstract - Shibusawa Eiichi's Role in the Improvement of Corporate Organization in Meiji Japan
--------Azumi Ann Takata
Abstract - The Korean Branch of the Institute of Pacific Relations and the Society for the Research of Korean Affairs, 1925-1931
--------Jung-hyoo Ko
Abstract - The Hansen Disease Patients of the Tokyo Poorhouse:
The Background of Leprosy Policy
--------Yuichiro Hirai
Abstract - Woodrow Wilson's Policy Toward the Philippines:
Ideal and Reality in Wilsonianism
--------Satoka Sawauchi
Abstract of Study Note - Shibusawa Eiichi's Second Visit to France in 1902
--------Terushi Hara

No. 12
  Oct. 1999
Abstract - The Contributions of Shibusawa Eiichi in Introducing Social Works from Britain to Japanese Society
--------Makoto Otani
Abstract - The Improvement Process of Den'en Chofu and the Movement for Better Environment by Den'en Chofu Kai
--------Fujiko Fukushima
Abstract - The Japanese Empire and the "Civilization Standard": Some Problems in Taisho-era of the South Sea Islands
--------Kazuomi Sakai

No. 11
  Oct. 1998
Post-League Wilsonian Internationalism and the Institute of Pacific Relations, 1925-1945
--------Tomoko Akami
Study Note - The Institute of Pacific Relations and I
--------William L. Holland
Abstract - Conflicting Views of Japanese National Character: Sawayanagi Masataro and Inoue Tetsujiro
--------Yushi Ito
Abstract - Abolishing Extraterritoriality, Legislating Nationality:
the Japanese Debates over Nationality in Manchukuo
--------Toyomi Asano
Abstract - A Study about Sorai-gaku and Mito-gaku for Shibusawa Studies
--------Shin'ichi Sakamoto

No. 10
  Oct. 1997
"Outside of the Realm of Politics" ?:
Rediscovering John Nelson and Canadian Track Two Diplomacy in the Interwar Period
--------Lawrence T. Woods
Abstract - The Donation of Japanese Books to the University of Louvain in 1924-26
--------Noboru Koyama
Abstract - "Narratives" and "Readings" of Yoikuin Jizenkai: Reinvestigating "the Times of Charity in Modern Japan"
--------Yuichiro Hirai

No. 9
  Oct. 1996
East Asian Regionalism and Regional Identities of China and Japan
--------Dajin Peng
Abstract - Shibusawa Eiichi's Negotiations for the Introduction of Foreign Capital for Private Railway Companies During his Overseas Tour in 1902
--------Noboru Koyama
Abstract - British Foreign Office's Views on Japanese Economy and the Transformation of the Policy Toward Japan 1930-1934
--------Susumu Sato

Study Note - The Institute of Pacific Relations - Its Achievements (Japanese only)

-------------Ryuichi Nagao

No. 8
  Oct. 1995
Reviewing Regionalism: Organizational Lessons for Asia Pacific Leaders
--------Lawrence T. Woods
Abstract - Japanese National Sentiment as Seen in the 1927 Doll Exchange between Japan and the United States
--------Hiroaki Koresawa

No. 7
  Oct. 1994
The Rise and Fall of a 'Pacific Sense': Experiment of the Institute of Pacific Relations, 1925-1930
--------Tomoko Akami
Abstract - The Foundation of Kanka-bu in the Tokyo City Poorhouse and the Contributions of Shibusawa Eiichi and Others
--------Tomoe Naganuma
Abstract - The Analects and the Abacus: Shibusawa Eiichi and the Development of Capitalism in Japan
--------Wang Jiahua
Abstract - Shibusawa Eiichi's Two Principles on Business Life
--------Takao Tsukada

Study Note - Shibusawa Eiichi and Shizuoka Commercial Company (Shizuoka Shoho Kaisho) in 1868-1869 (Japanese only)

-------------Satoshi Sasaki

No. 6
  Oct. 1993
The Role and Activities of the Japanese-American Relations Committee in the Formation of the Japan Pacific Council
--------Michio Yamaoka
translated by George M. Oshiro
Images of the "Company" in the Early Meiji Period
--------Azumi Ann Takata
Study Note - The Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR) and Peace Problems in the Pacific in 1920s and 1930s
--------Nobuo Katagiri
Abstract - Ichizaemon Morimura's Business Ideology and Japanese Pottery Export to American Market in the Latter Half of the Meiji Period
--------Kazuhiro Omori
Abstract - Japanese Immigrants and their Social Services: The Japanese Division of the American Salvation Army, 1919-1941
--------Mitsuhiro Sakaguchi
Abstract - Result of Shibusawa Eiichi's Non-Governmental Diplomacy:
Comprehending the "Committee on World Friendship Among Children" in Japan and Its Development
--------Hiroaki Koresawa
Abstract - Residential Development by Den'en Toshi Company
--------Fujiko Fukushima

No. 5
  Oct. 1992
A Brief History of the Institute of Pacific Relations
--------Paul F. Hooper
Study Note - The Beginnings of "An Adventure in Friendship":
The Institute of Pacific Relations and Japan, 1925-1936
--------Nobuo Katagiri and George M. Oshiro
Abstract - Background to "the Birth of the Blue-Eyed Doll Exchange" and its Repercussions: One Attempt towards Improvement in Japanese-American Relations, or, Shibusawa Eiichi and Sidney L. Gulick's Dream and Despair
--------Hiroaki Koresawa
Abstract - The Japanese Zaikai, the Continental Ronin and Korean Policy
--------Li Ting Jiang

No. 4
  Oct. 1991
Study Note - Life of Eiichi Shibusawa: Possible Areas of Studies
--------Masahide Shibusawa
Abstract - The Tokyo Yoikuin in the Meiji Era: An Exploration of a Prototype of "Public" Agency
--------Atsuko Yamana
Abstract - San Francisco Earthquake and the Japanese Purpose toward a Relief Fund with their Positive Attitude
--------Mari Kagawa

No. 3
  Mar. 1991
Symposium Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Shibusawa Eiichi
--------George M. Oshiro

No. 2
  Oct. 1990
Abstract - Shibusawa Eiichi as a Non-Governmental Economic Diplomatist, Part Two
--------Masato Kimura
Abstract - Jinzo Naruse and Shibusawa Eiichi: A Study of Their Friendship Based on Similarities in Their Educational Thought
--------Reiko Kageyama

No. 1
  Mar. 1990
Shibusawa Eiichi and Christian Internationalization: An Exploratory Case Study of a Prewar Elite's Attitude and Activities Regarding Select Aspects of the International Christian Movement in Early Twentieth Century Japan
--------George M. Oshiro
Abstract- Eiichi Shibusawa and Non-Governmental Diplomacy:
With a Focus on Shibusawa's Efforts to Cope with the Japanese Exclusion Movement in the United States
--------Nobuo Katagiri
Abstract - Shibusawa Eiichi as a Non-Governmental Economic Diplomatist, Part One
--------Masato Kimura
Abstract - Shibusawa Eiichi's Views on Labor Management and the Kyocho-Kai
--------Masakazu Shimada

Study Note - An Approach to the Study on the Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR.) (Japanese only)

------------Michio Yamaoka
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