2017
* "KKC Japan Study Tour for North American Social Studies Teachers"
* ”The Trump Administration and U.S.-Japan Relations”
2016
* "KKC Japan Study Tour for North American Social Studies Teachers"
* "Japan-US Relations and China: Prospects for Constructive Cooperation"
2015
* "Innovation and Governance into the Future - To Upgrade Corporate Social Value"
* KKC Fellowships Program for Social Studies Educators
2014
* Symposium "Where is the U.S.A. going? - the U.S.A. in 2025" - Invitation Program for U.S. Think Tank Researchers
* Development Potential and Challenges of Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar from the Viewpoint of the Supply Chain
* KKC Fellowships Program for Social Studies Educators
* "Corporate Competitiveness in Global Perspective" - Invitation Program for U.S. Business School Professors
* "Korea, its Industries and Corporations in Global Economy" - Invitation Program for Korean Scholars
* The Basic Positions and Background of ASEAN Countries Towards the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)
2013
* Symposium "Germany in Europe Today" - Invitation Program for German Journalists
* Symposium "Where is the U.S.A. going? - Pictures of the U.S.A. in 2025" - Invitation Program for US Think Tankers
* "Europe, Euro Zone and UK - their direction and implications for Japan" - Invitation Program for British Journalists
* "What are the Opportunities, Threats, and Competition for Japanese Companies Doing Business in India" - Invitation Program for Indian Journalists
* KKC Fellowship Program for Social Studies Educators
* "Corporate Competitiveness in Global Economy" - Invitation Program for U.S. Business School Professors
* "Learning from experts in Myanmar -Economic and Political Reforms-" - Invitation Program for Myanmar Opinion Leaders
* "Korea, its Industries and Corporations in Global Economy" - Invitation Program for Korean Scholars

"Where is the U.S.A. going? - the U.S.A. in 2025"
Symposium of the KKC Invitation Program for U.S. Think Tank Researchers


Related link:
Japan Times article, January 10, 2015
"U.S. economy, military remain strong"


Date: November 21, 2014
Place: Tokyo
Keynote Speaker:

Fumiaki Kubo, Professor, Graduate School for Law and Politics, The University of Tokyo

Panelists:   Nolan McCarty, Professor, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University and Research Fellow, National Bureau of Economic Research
Madeline Zavodny, Professor of Economics, Agnes Scott College and Adjunct Scholar, American Enterprise Institute
Sarah Kreps, Associate Professor, Department of Government, Cornell University and Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations

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"Development Potential and Challenges of Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar from the Viewpoint of the Supply Chain"
Invitation Program for Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar Researchers


Related link:
Japan Times article, October 23, 2014
"Examining ASEAN up-and-comers"


Date: September 1- 5, 2014
Place: Tokyo
Speakers:

Kan Channmeta, Secretary of State, Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, Cambodia
Syviengxay Oraboune, Deputy Director General, National Economic Research Institute (NERI), Ministry of Planning and Investment, Laos
Tin Maung Shwe, Senior Executive Officer, Agribusiness and Rural Development Consultants, Myanmar

Moderator:   Daisuke Hiratsuka, Executive Vice President, Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization (IDE-JETRO)

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KKC Fellowships Program for Social Studies Educators

Date: July 2-11, 2014
Place: Tokyo, Kyoto, Aichi
Participants: Aryan Bahrambeigi, Economics Teacher, Robinson Secondary School, VA
Courtney Carmichael, Coordinator, Teacher of History, Academy for Allied Health Sciences, NJ
Lyn Comer-Jaworski, History Teacher, John Hersey High School, IL
Bradley Durnell, History Teacher, Lindbergh High School , MO
David Edelman, Social Studies Teacher, Math and Science Academy, MN
Daniel Keller, Teacher, John Bartram High School, PA
Jacqueline LaBelle, AP Teacher, Manvel High School, TX
Mark Nadobny, Social Studies Teacher, Moultrie Middle School, SC
Michael Pozniak, Department Chair, Teacher, Bishop McNamara High School, MD
Denese Wilson, Lead Teacher, Mary Montgomery High School, AL
Seminar: "Future of Education; Views from North American teachers - Challenges and Opportunities-”
Moderator: Shinichiro Yokoyama, Senior Staff Writer, Nikkei Inc.


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"Corporate Competitiveness in Global Perspective”
Invitation Program for U.S. Business School Professors


Related link:
Japan Times article, July 9, 2014
Business climate is ever-changing

Date: May 26-30, 2014
Place: Tokyo
Speakers:

Anocha Aribarg, Associate Professor of Marketing, Stephen M. Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
John W. Asker, Associate Professor of Economics, Stern School of Business, New York University
Fangruo Chen, MUTB Professor of International Business, Graduate School of Business, Columbia University
John Morgan, Professor, Gary & Sherron Kalbach Chair in Business Administration, Haas School of Business and Department of Economics, University of California, Berkeley Moderator:

Moderator: Christina L. Ahmadjian, Professor, Graduate School of Commerce and Management, Hitotsubashi University


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"Korea, its Industries and Corporations in Global Economy"
Invitation Program for Korean Scholars


Related link:
Japan Times article, Japan Times article, May 11, 2014
S. Korea’s economy and the elderly
Declining workforce, graying of society severely burdens welfare programs

Date: April 14-18, 2014
Place: Tokyo
Speakers:

Kim, Seong Tae, Research Fellow, Korea Development Institute
Yoo, Jin Sung, Research Fellow , Korea Economic Research Institute
Kim, Dongsoo, Director of Research Planning and Coordination, Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade
Ryu, Sang Yun, Economist, LG Economic Research Institute
Jung, Hosung, Research Fellow ,Samsung Economic Research Institute

Moderator:   Hidehiko Mukoyama, Senior Economist
Economics Department, Japan Research Institute, Limited


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"The Basic Positions and Background of ASEAN Countries Towards the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)"


Related link:
Japan Times article, Japan Times article, March 28, 2014
ASEAN works to overcome challenges

Date: February 24-28, 2014
Place: Tokyo
Speakers:

Shandre Mugan Thangavelu, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, National University of Singapore
Tham Siew Yean, Professor and Deputy Director, Institute of Malaysian and International Studies (IKMAS), Universiti Kebangsaan
Prapat Thepchatree, Associate Professor and Director, Center for ASEAN Studies, Thammasat University
Titik Anas, Economist, Department of Economics, Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Indonesia
Nguyen Anh Thu, Lecturer and Associate Dean, Faculty of International Business and Economics, University of Economics and Business, Vietnam National University (UEB-VNU)

Moderator:   Takashi Terada, Professor, Doshisha University


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