Dr. Takeshi MIYAI
Research Fellow at The Japan Institute of International Affairs
|• Political Theory|
|• European Integration|
|• Citizenship and Migration Studies|
|2020||Doctor of Political and Social Sciences, European University Institute|
|2013||M.A. in Law, Hokkaido University|
|2011||B.A. in Law, Hokkaido University|
|2020||Part-time Lecturer, Seigakuin University|
|2019-present||Research Fellow, The Japan Institute of International Affairs|
|2019||Think Visegrad Fellow, Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT)|
|2013-2016||JSPS Research Fellow (DC1), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science|
- “Democratising Migration Governance: Temporary Labour Migration and the Responsibility to Represent,” PhD Thesis, Department of Political and Social Sciences, European University Institute, January 2020.
- “How Japan’s and China’s Connectivity Visions Intersect in Central and Eastern Europe: Ambitions and Ambiguities,” Think Visegrad Fellowship Policy Paper, 1-24, January 2020.
- “The Pros and Cons of Immigrant Investor Programs: On the Justifiability of the Preferential Treatment of Wealthy Immigrants,” Migration Policy Review 8: 155-170, 2016 (in Japanese).
- “The ‘Politics of International Migration’ as An Emerging Field of Study in Japan,” Hokkaido Law Review 63(1): 107-127, 2012 (in Japanese).
Research Grants and Fellowships
|2019||Think Visegrad Fellowship, Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT), Budapest|
|2013-2016||Research Fellowship for Young Scientists (DC1), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science|
|2017-2018||Grant for Groundbreaking Young Researchers, Suntory Foundation|
|2017-2018||Research Grant, The Konosuke Matsushita Memorial Foundation|