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Japan-forskning (regional forskning), Japan i Asiens regionala kontext, stormaktsrelationer i Östasien, relationerna mellan EU och Asien, ASEM (Asia-Europe Meeting)

Examen

PhD, Graduate University for Advanced Studies ( Japan)

Språkkunskaper

engelska, holländska, japanska (arbetsspråk), tyska, franska, finska (passiv)

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Senaste publikationerna

Expertis

Japan-forskning (regional forskning), Japan i Asiens regionala kontext, stormaktsrelationer i Östasien, relationerna mellan EU och Asien, ASEM (Asia-Europe Meeting)

Förtroendeuppdrag

Ansvarig forskare, Institutionen för världens kulturer, Helsinfors universitet

Arbetserfarenhet

Professor i japanska och japansk kultur (tidsbunden tjänst), Helsingfors universitet, 2009-2011 Projektledare, äldre forskare, Helsingfors universitet, Nätverket för Europaforskning, 2007-2009 Rådgivare, ASEM6-sekretariatet, Finlands utrikesministerium, 2006 Forskare, Helsingfors universitet, Nätverket för Europaforskning, 2005-2006  

Aktuella projekt

Östasiens regionalism

Stormaktsrelationerna i Östasien

Examen

PhD, Graduate University for Advanced Studies ( Japan)

Utbildning

PhD, Graduate University for Advanced Studies ( Japan) 1999
MA, Osaka University of Foreign Studies ( Japan) 1995
Licentiate, University of Leuven (Belgien) 1989
  

Språkkunskaper

engelska, holländska, japanska (arbetsspråk), tyska, franska, finska (passiv)

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Gaens, Bart (2018). Two decades of the Asia-Europe Meeting. I Gaens, Bart & Khandekar, Gauri (red.): Inter-regional relations and the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM). United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. 9-32.

Gaens, Bart (2018). ASEM's process of enlargement and its implications. I Gaens, Bart & Khandekar, Gauri (red.): Inter-regional relations and the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM). United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. 173-190.

Gaens, Bart (2016). Comparing Japan and the European Union: the development cooperation policies of two civilian powers. I Asplund, Andre; Söderberg, Marie (red.): Japanese Development Cooperation. The making of an aid Architecture Pivoting to Asia. Routledge. 141-158.

Gaens, Bart (2015). The future of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) : looking ahead into ASEM's third decade. I Gaens, Bart (red.): 145.

Gaens, Bart & Vogt, Henri (2015). Sympathy or self-interest? : the development agendas of the European Union and Japan in the 2000s. I Bacon, Paul; Mayer, Hartmut; Nakamura, Hidetoshi (red.): The European Union and Japan : a new chapter in civilian power cooperation? Farnham: Ashgate. 151-168.

Gaens, Bart (2015). ASEM enlargement: pitfalls and potential of an expanding partnership. I Gaens, Bart (red.): The future of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) : looking ahead into ASEM's third decade. 65-85.

Gaens, Bart (2015). ASEM in the wake of the Milan Summit. I Hofmeister, Wilhelm; Rueppel, Patrick (red.): The future of Asia-Europe cooperation. Singapore: Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.

Gaens, Bart (2014). Japan, Europe and East Asian regionalism. I Liu Jianhui; Sano Mayuko (red.): Rethinking “Japanese Studies” from Practices in the Nordic Region. Kyoto: International Research Center for Japanese Studies.

Gaens, Bart (2014). Kiinan pelko ohjaa Japania. Ulkopolitiikka, 4:68-71.

Gaens, Bart Gaens (2013). Myanmarin nuorallatanssi. Ulkopolitiikka.

Gaens, Bart (2013). EU in Southeast Asia: An alternative to other powers? A stamp on the world -blog, 12.11.

Gaens, Bart (2012). Japan’s political power as reflected in Japanese Studies research. Gekkan Minpaku.

Gaens, Bart (2012). Myanmar avaa oviaan kurinalaisesti. Ulkopolitiikka.

Gaens, Bart (2012). The rise of interregionalisms: the case of the European Union’s relations with East Asia. The Ashgate Research Companion to Regionalisms.

Japanin ‘kolmoiskatastrofi’ historian ja kulttuurin näkökulmasta.

(R)emasculation of the Salaryman - Representations of Japanese White-Collar Employees in the Manga Shima Kôsaku.

Company Culture or Patinated Past? - The Display of Corporate Heritage in Sumitomo.

The development of the EU’s Asia strategy with special reference to China and India - Driving forces and new directions.

Jokela, Juha & Gaens, Bart (2009). Introduction. I Gaens, Bart; Jokela, Juha & Limnell, Eija (red.): The Role of the European Union in Asia: China and India as Strategic Partners. Farnham: Ashgate.

Europe-Asia Interregional Relations – A Decade of ASEM.

ASEM’s Institutional Infrastructure.

The Outcomes of the ASEM6 Summit in Helsinki.

ASEM as a Tool to ‘Bridge the Cultural Divide.

ASEM as an Economy-oriented Partnership.

ASEM’s Background and Rationale.

Puheenvuoro: Euroopalle lisää puhelinnumeroita.

All for One and One for All? Re-considering Collectivity in the Modernization of Japanese Business Firms.

ASEM in its Tenth Year – Looking Back, Looking Forward.

Beyond ASEM VI: Lessons for the Actors.

Nihon shûkyû (sakkâ) bunka no hensen” (The transformation of Japan’s football culture).

Who needs Japan anyway?

Chôja no yama – Kinseiteki keiei no Nichiô hikaku–” (Millionnaire’s Mountain – Early Modern Business Organization in Japan and Europe.

A Comparative Examination of Early Modern European and Japanese Business Units.

Family, Enterprise, and Corporation – The Organization of Izumiya-Sumitomo in the Tokugawa Period.

The Organization of Merchant Houses in Tokugawa Japan ¬– a Comparison with the Low Countries.

Sakkâ bunka to shakaiteki henka. Kosei jûshi suru wakamono no shinboru (Football culture and social change. The symbol of individualistic youth).

The Relation between family and Enterprise in Early Modern Japan - The House of Sumitomo as a Case Study.

"Kinsei, kindai ni okeru Sumitomoke no kakun to kahô – Kagyô keiei to no kanrensei ni tsuite” (“The Household Codes of Izumiya-Sumitomo in the Tokugawa and Meiji Periods and Their Relation to Business Management”).

Kinsei, kindai ni okeru Sumitomoke no kakun to kahô” (The Household Precepts of Izumiya-Sumitomo in the Tokugawa and Meiji Periods).