Research Project Keio 2040 (Security): Platforms and the"2040 Problem"-formation of a new Network space order

Security

Summary

Platform

This project focuses on the function of the platform to solve the various problems that may arise with the super-aged society - the "2040 problem" - and aims to create a new order in the network space. In order to maximise the positive aspects and minimise the negative aspects that platforms can bring about, cutting-edge legal and political scientists in collaboration with practitioners will examine the process of forming a new order in the network space as well as the functions and challenges of platforms in specific fields.

SDGs

3. GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING3. GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
4.QUALITY EDUCATION4.QUALITY EDUCATION
8. DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH8. DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
9. INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE9. INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
10. REDUCED INEQUALITIES10. REDUCED INEQUALITIES
16. PEACE, JUSTICE AND STRONG INSTITUTIONS16. PEACE, JUSTICE AND STRONG INSTITUTIONS

Project Members

About Project Members, Researchers

Note: ◎ indicates the project leader

◎ Tatsuhiko Yamamoto Law School Professor Constitutional law
Haluna Kawashima KGRI Project Associate Professor Constitutional law, Health law
Tetsu Isobe Law School Professor Administrative law, Health law
Tomoki Kamo Faculty of Policy Management Professor Chinese politics and foreign policy, Comparative politics, International relations (East Asia)
Keigo Komamura Faculty of Law Professor Constitutional law
Toshihiro Nakayama Faculty of Policy Management Professor U.S. politics and foreign policy, US-Japan relations, International relations
Yuichiro Shimizu Faculty of Policy management Professor Japanese politics, Modern Japanese history, Politics-administration relationship, Oral history
Motohiro Tsuchiya Keio University / Graduate School of Media and Governance Vice-President / Professor International relations
Satoshi Yokodaidou Law School Professor Constitutional law
Goro Horiguchi Okayama University Associate Professor Constitutional law, Education law
Sotaro Ishizuka Nihon University, Faculty of Law Associate Professor Constitutional law, Social law
Takahisa Kawaguchi Research Institute for Strategic and Political Risks, Tokio Marine & Nichido Risk Consulting Co., Ltd. Principal Researcher Cyber risk management
Tomoaki Kurishima Saitama University, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences Associate Professor Constitutional law
Sho Mizubayashi Ryutsu Keizai University, Faculty of Law Associate Professor Constitutional law
Yoziro Shibata Chukyo University, Faculty of Law Professor Social Protection law
Kodai Zukeyama Faculty of Collaborative Regional Development, Kyushu Sangyo University Assistant Professor Constitutional law
Kento Yamamoto Osaka University of Economics and Law, Faculty of Law Associate Professor Constitutional law
Crystal Pryor Pacific Forum (USA) Director of Non-proliferation, Technology, and Fellowships U.S. politics and foreign policy, US-Japan relations, International relations
Fu-Kuo Liu National Chengchi University (Taiwan) Professor Asia Security Policy
Katsutoshi Ishioka Law School Professor Economic Law, Competition Policy, Regulated Industry Law, Regulatory Reform
Naoto Ikegai Hitotsubashi University Graduate School of Law Associate Professor Information Law, Policy
Daisuke Korenaga Tokyo Metropolitan University Graduate School for Law and Politics Professor Antitrust law in general, Abuse of dominant position, Digital economy, Surcharge system
Mai Suzuki The University of Tokyo Earthquake Research Institute Project Researcher Science and Technology Studies
Harumichi Yuasa Meiji University Public Policy School Professor Jurisprudence of Information, E-Voting, Internet election campaign, Protection of privacy and personal information, Cyber security