Research Award: Graduate School of Public Policy

Research Awards | July 29, 2014

15th Yomiuri Yoshino Sakuzō Prize
Recipient: Ken Endo, Professor, Graduate School of Public Policy

July 29, 2014

Research Theme / Background:

「統合の終焉 EUの実像と論理」(Iwanami Shoten), (Logic and real image of the EU – the end of integration) explores policies and ideology behind the formation of the EU and paints a multifaceted portrait of the process by which it was formed . 

The Yomiuri Yoshino Sakuzō Prize came into being in 2000 as the unification of the Yoshino Sakuzō Prize established by Chūōkōron-sha in 1966 and the Yomiuri Shimbun’s Yomiuri Rondan Prize. It is awarded to outstanding papers or book in the fields of politics, economics, history, social studies and literature. It is highly regarded as the foremost Japanese award for critical writing.

(Yomiuri Shimbun photo taken on July 16, 2014)

Click here for further information in Japanese about 「統合の終焉 EUの実像と論理」 (Iwanami Shoten).

Japanese article in the Hokudai Jiho, No.725  HU News (No. 725, August 2014) Page 5

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Past Research Achievements and Awards (affiliation at the time of the award is shown):

(2005) The 5th Osaragi Jiro Rondan Prize

Takeshi Nakajima (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Public Policy)

「中村屋のボース インド独立運動と近代日本のアジア主義」(Bose of Nakamuraya: An Indian Revolutionary in Japan (Bibliophile South Asia)

(2010) The 23rd Watsuji Tetsuro Culture Prize (Academic)

Takeshi Gonza (Professor, Graduate School of Public Policy)

「ヘーゲルにおける理性・国家・歴史」(Reason, the State and History in Hegel (Iwanami Shoten) 

2012 Suntory Prize for Social Sciences and Humanities

Kazuto Suzuki (Professor, Graduate School of Law )

「宇宙開発と国際政治」(Space and International Politics (Iwanami Shoten)

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