(Last updated : 2017-07-18 22:05:07)
  OMORI, Sawa
   Senior Associate Professor
   Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1. 2003/09~2007/12 〔Doctoral course〕, Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Pittsburgh, Completed, Ph.D.in Political Science
2. 1999/09~2003/04 〔Master degree program〕, University of Pittsburgh, Completed, Master in Political Science
3. 1986/04~1988/03 〔Master degree program〕, Veterinary Science, Graduate School, Division of Agriculture, Tottori University, Completed, Master of Science in Agriculture
■ Professional Background
1. 2016/04~ Development Studies Coordinator, Liberal Arts, International Christian University
2. 2016/04~ Part-time Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Aoyama Gakuin University
3. 2015/04~2016/03 Committee Member, Library Committee, International Christian University
4. 2015/04~2017/03 JDS Coordinator, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, International Christian University
5. 2014/04~2016/03 Major Advisor of Public Policy, Department of Politics and International Studies, International Christian University
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■ Present Specialized Fields
Politics, International relations (Key Word:Global Governance,International Political Economy,Political Institutions,Financial Reforms,Children's Rights) 
■ Books and Articles
1. Article "Has the IMF Changed? Quantitative Analysis of the Influence of the U.S. and Japan on IMF programs before and after the Global Financial Crisis." (Single) 2017/06
2. Book "Why Now Reactivation of Nuclear Power Plants? - Fukushima No.1 Nuclear Power Plant Accident, Changes in Nuclear Power Plant Policy, and Hidden Agenda." Chapter contribution in Japanese (Collaboration) 2016/04
3. Book "Global Public Goods and International Public Policy," in Modern Public Administration and Public Policy, ed. by Takashi Nishio. (Collaboration) 2016/03
4. Book ”Policy Process and Its Cycle,” in Modern Public Administration and Public Policy, ed. by Takashi Nishio. (Collaboration) 2016/03
5. Article "Policy change and coups: The role of income inequality and asset specificity." (Collaboration) 2015/09
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■ Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2017/04/07 “How Much Relevant? Effects of IMF, the World Bank, and the US on Financial Reforms” (Midwest Political Science Association)
2. 2017/04/07 “Why Some Polycentric Governance Work and Why Not Others? Famers’ Associations and Local Governments on the Sustenance of Tramline Projects in the Philippines” (Midwest Political Science Association)
3. 2015/09/05 Assessing the Effects of IMF and the World Bank Programs on Financial Reforms (American Political Science Association)
4. 2014/11 (The Japan Association of International Relations)
5. 2014/10 Global Financial Governance and IMF (Japan Association of Global Governance)
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■ Academic Society Memberships
1. 2005~ Midwest Political Science Association
2. 2003~ International Studies Association
■ Educational Achievements
● Announcement concerning education
1. 2016/04/01~2016/04/01 Invited Talk "Enhancing Students' Participation in Classes"
■ Research Topics, Funded Research, and Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
1. 2013/08~2014/03  Abe Fellowship "Effects of the IMF and the World Bank on Financial Policy Reforms: Comparing the Influence of the United States and Japan on the IMF and the World Bank Programs."  (Key Word : )
2. 2013/04~2017/03  Assessing Effects of the IMF and the World Bank on Financial Reforms  (Key Word : )
3. 2013/04~2017/03  Public policy dynamics and civil service reform in an age of globalization  (Key Word : )
4. 2010/04~2013/03  International Monetary Fund and Financial Reforms in Developing Countries  (Key Word : )
5. 2006/04~2008/03  the Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (Category B), The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Comparative Regionalism Project  (Key Word : )
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