Name

SHU, Min

Official Title

Associate Professor

Affiliation

(School of International Liberal Studies)

Contact Information

Mail Address

Mail Address
min.shu@waseda.jp

URL

Web Page URL

http://www.f.waseda.jp/min.shu/

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Researcher Number
20534986

Sub-affiliation

Sub-affiliation

Faculty of International Research and Education(Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies)

Faculty of International Research and Education(Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies)

Faculty of Political Science and Economics(Graduate School of Political Science)

Research Council (Research Organization)/Affiliated organization(Global Education Center)

Affiliated Institutes

日米研究所

研究所員 2012-2014

グローバル・ガバナンス研究所

研究所員 2015-2019

日米研究所

研究所員 2015-2015

国際戦略研究所

研究所員 2015-2016

グローバル・ガバナンス研究所

研究所員 2019-

Educational background・Degree

Educational background

-1998 Fudan University Department of International Politics Public Administration
-2005 University of Bristol Graduate School, Division of Politics Politics

Degree

Ph.D. Coursework University of Bristol, UK

Master (European Politcs) Coursework Lund University, Sweden

Master (Economics) Coursework Fudan University, China

Career

2005-Post-doctoral Fellow, School of Law, University of Bristol
2006-Lecturer, School of Economics, Fudan University
2008-Visiting Associate Professor, Institute for Advanced Studies, Waseda University
2010-Assistant Professor (tenure-track), School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda University
2014-Associate Professor, SILS & GSICCS, Waseda University

Academic Society Joined

International Studies Association

Japan Association of International Relations

Japan Association for Comparative Politics

American Political Science Association

International Political Science Association

Research Field

Keywords

Comparative Regionalism, International Political Economy, Public Opinion

Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research classification

Social sciences / Politics / International relations

Social sciences / Politics / Politics

Paper

Balancing in a Hierarchical System: Pre-Colonial Southeast Asia and the Tribute System

Min Shu

Waseda Global Forum 8p.227 - 2562012-

Hegemon and Instability: Pre-Colonial Southeast Asia under the Tribute System

Min Shu

WIAS Research Bulletin 4p.45 - 622012-

Leadership in Regional Cooperation and Integration: A Functional Approach to East and Southeast Asia 1997-2009

Min Shu

Waseda Global Forum 7p.363 - 3832011-

'Public Perceptions and Regional Cooperation in East Asia'

Min Shu and Hidetoshi Nakamura

WIAS Research Bulletin 2p.5 - 272010-

'The State in Regional Integration: A Comment'

Min Shu

福田耕治編 『EUとグローバルガバナンス』(早稲田大学出版部) 2009-

DOI

「国民アイデンティティーと地域統合:ヨーロッパと東アジアの比較」

舒 旻

学術の動向 14(5) p.30 - 332009-

'National Identity and Regional Integration: A Comparison of Europe and East Asia'

Min Shu

EUSA Review 22(2) p.3 - 52009-

'Coping with a Two-Dimensional Political Space: Party Mobilisation in Referendums on European Integration'

Min Shu

European Journal of Political Research 48(3) p.397 - 4312009-

DOI

‘Referendums and the Political Constitutionalisation of the EU’

Min Shu

European Law Journal 14(4) p.423 - 4452008-

DOI

‘Domestic Struggle over International Imbalance: The Political Economy of Anti-Dumping Governance in the EU’

Min Shu

Fudan Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences 1(2) p.72 - 942008-

‘Franco-German Reconciliation and Its Impact on China and Japan: Scholarly Debate’

Min Shu

Current Politics and Economics of Asia 17(1) p.37 - 582008-

「欧州一体化進程中的全民公決」

舒 旻

『欧州研究』 25(4) p.18 - 372007-

Books And Publication

'Trade, Competitiveness and the China Factor', in Khorana and Garcia (eds.) Handbook on the EU and International Trade, Chapter 17

Min Shu(Joint authorship)

Edward Elgar Publishing2018-

Detali

ISBN:978178536 7465

‘The EU and Economic Regionalism in East Asia’, in Telo et al., "Interregionalism and the EU. The Changing Europe's Place in Global Governance", Chapter 5

Min Shu(Joint authorship)

Ashgate2015-

Detali

ISBN:9781472473233

‘Three Balancing Acts: The EU’s Trade Policy towards East Asia’, in "The European Union and Japan: A New Chapter in Civilian Power Cooperation?", Chapter 4

Min Shu(Joint authorship)

Ashgate2015-

Detali

ISBN:9781472457462

「インフォーマルな制度デザイン:ASEANの経験と地域制度の比較」、『アジア地域統合の展開』第8章

舒旻(第8章) 松岡俊二・勝間田弘編

勁草書房2011-

Detali

ISBN:978-4326546251

'The EU's Trade Policy towards East and Southeast Asia', 『多元化するEUガバナンス』第10章

Min Shu(第10章) 福田耕治編

早稲田大学出版会2011-

Detali

ISBN:978-4657110107

「国家と地域主義:東アジアとヨーロッパの比較から」、『東アジア統合の政治経済・環境協力』第2章

舒旻(第2章) 藪下史郎監修・吉野孝・弦間正彦編

東洋経済新報社2011-

Detali

ISBN:978-4492443774

'Franco-German Reconciliation and Its Impact on China and Japan: Scholarly Debate', in A. Verdun (ed.) 『The European Union and Asia: What Is There to Learn?』

Min Shu

New York: Nova Science Publishers2008-

Detali

ISBN:978-1604565362

'The Perceptions of Well-Being and Social Harmony in China', in T. Inoguchi (ed.) 『Human Beliefs and Values in East and Southeast Asia in Transition』

Dingping Guo and Min Shu

Tokyo: Akashi Shoten2009-

Detali

ISBN:978-4750329406

「超国家」と「政府間」の共存:EUの共通通商政策の現状と課題、 『EUのガヴァナンスと政策形成』第4章

舒旻(第4章) 田中俊郎・庄司克宏・浅見政江編

慶應義塾大学出版会2009-

Detali

ISBN:978-4766415599

Lecture And Oral

Nationalism and Regionalism in East Asia

2012/09

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Developmental State and Economic Regionalism after the Asian Financial Crisis

GR:EEN Workshop, University of West Australia, Perth, Australia2012/08

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Leadership in East Asian Regional Cooperation 1997-2009: A Functional Approach

GR:EEN Workshop, Buenos Aries, Argentina2012/05

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Developmental State and Economic Regionalism in Post-1997 East Asia

International Studies Association Annual Convention, San Diego, USA2012/03

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

The Clash between Nationalism and Regionalism: Comparing France’s Referendum and China’s Protest

2010/10

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Voting against Europe: Institutional Images and Policy Uncertainties in EU Referendums

American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., USA2010/09

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

The State in Regional Integration: Comparing Europe and East Asia

Political Studies Association Annual Conference, Edinburgh, UK2010/03

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Voting against Europe: Institutional Images and Policy Uncertainties in EU Referendums

ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, Munster, Germany2010/03

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Leadership in Southeast Asian Regional Integration: A Functional Approach

CHIR Japan Conference, Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo, Japan2009/12

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

National Pride, Personal Experiences and Incumbent Support: Public Perceptions of Neighbouring Countries in China, Japan and South Korea

American Political Science Association Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada2009/09

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Dealing with an Emerging Economic Power: The EU’s Trade Policy towards China

ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, Lisbon, Portugal2009/04

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Referendums and the Political Constitutionalisation of the EU

Keio Jean Monnet Centre for EU Studies International Symposium, Tokyo, Japan2008/11

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Regional Integration in East Asia and Europe: A Chinese Perspective

JPSA 2008 Annual Conference2008/10

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Regionalism in Comparative Perspective

Japan Academy of Koeki Studies 2008 Annual Conference2008/09

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

The 2008 Irish Referendum on the Lisbon Treaty

IPSA RC-3 Inter-Congress Workshop, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan2008/09

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Poverty Alleviation and Human Rights in China

GIARI International Symposium on ‘Asian Cooperation, Integration and Human Resources’, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan2008/01

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Market Integration and Trade Protectionism: Anti-Dumping Governance in the EU

3rd APRU World Institute Workshop on ‘Economic Integration among Pacific Rim Economies’, Kyoto, Japan2007/11

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

National Pride and Self-Identification: A Comparative Study of Asia and Europe

the NESCA Conference on ‘The EU as Global Actor-The Political and Cultural Identity’, Macau, China2006/12

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Domestic Struggle over International Imbalance: The Political Economy of Anti-Dumping Governance in the EU

3rd Fudan-Lund Economic Forum ‘Global Imbalance: The Choice of China and EU’, Shanghai, China2006/11

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Franco-German Reconciliation and Its Impact on China and Japan: Scholarly Debate

the 2nd NESCA Workshop, Christchurch, New Zealand2006/07

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

From ‘Plan B’ to ‘Plan D’: The Challenges of the Constitutional Referendums

the 20th IPSA World Congress, Fukuoka, Japan2006/07

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Party Mobilisation in EU Referendums

the IPSA RC-3 International Conference, Beijing, China2005/05

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Campaign Coordination in EU Referendums: Strategic Mobilisation and Rhetorical Projection

the 9th EUSA Biennial International Conference, Austin, Texas, USA2005/04

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Are Increasing Returns Necessary for Path Dependence? A Model of Bayesian Learning

Nuffield Workshop in Political Science, Nuffield College, Oxford, UK2004/10

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Transnational Coordination in EU Referendums: Actor, Alignment and Rhetoric

the UACES Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK2004/09

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Referendums and the Political Constitutionalisation in Europe

the Federal Trust/UACES Conference ‘Towards a European Constitution’, London, UK2004/07

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Endogenised Public Concerns and Preference Nonseparability

Electoral Behaviour Seminar, Nuffield College, Oxford, UK2004/05

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Choosing Referendums on the EU: A Two-Dimensional Spatial Model

ECPR Joint Session of Workshops, Uppsala, Sweden2004/04

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Nonseparable Preferences, Public Opinion and EU Referendums

Institute for the Study of Europe, Columbia University, New York, USA2004/02

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Nonseparable Preferences, Public Opinion and Referendums on Europe

the UACES Annual Conference, Newcastle, UK2003/09

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Referendums and the Political Constitutionalisation of the EU

the 19th IPSA World Congress, Durban, South Africa2003/07

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Cope with Two-Dimensional Cleavage Structure: Party Politics in EU Referendums

ECPR Joint Session of Workshops, Edinburgh, UK2003/03

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Research Grants & Projects

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Research Adoption Situation

Research Classification:

Nationalism and Regionalism in Europe and East Asia

2010/-0-2013/-0

Allocation Class:¥3250000

Research Classification:

Regionalism beyond East Asia: Membership, Governance and Legitimacy

2019/-0-2022/-0

Allocation Class:¥3900000

On-campus Research System

Special Research Project

地域統合における国家:東アジアとヨーロッパの比較

2009

Research Results Outline:The state plays a very important part in regional cooperation and integratiThe state plays a very important part in regional cooperation and integration. Yet, its influences are rarely examined beyon...The state plays a very important part in regional cooperation and integration. Yet, its influences are rarely examined beyond the classic assumption of mature nation-states. This seriously impedes our understandings of the state’s role in non-European regional integration. To deal with such a problem, this project tries to recast the state in a more general theoretical framework in order to make it applicable in comparative regional integration studies. More specifically, three conceptual schemes are proposed: (i) the state as a particular institutional site where different societal groups interacts; (ii) the state as a special political process through which the state structure is being built and transformed; and (iii) the state as a distinctive set of practices which embody the meanings and values of the state. Following these conceptual schemes, the roles of the state in European and East Asian regionalisms are examined. In addition to theoretical analysis, fieldwork was conducted in relation to the state's role in East Asian regional cooperation.The outcome of the project was presented at the Political Studies Association (UK)'s Annual Conference in Edinburgh.

地域大国と地域統合:中国を中心とする比較研究

2009

Research Results Outline:This project examines the roles of regional powers in regional cooperation This project examines the roles of regional powers in regional cooperation and integration. In the existing literature, lead...This project examines the roles of regional powers in regional cooperation and integration. In the existing literature, leadership in regional integration is often considered as a special characteristic of regional powers. An oft-cited example is the Franco-German leadership in European integration. However, the theories of leadership points to quite different interpretations of leadership properties. Focusing on China and Japan, the project explores how these two countries have led and influenced East Asian regional cooperation after the East Asian financial crisis. Based on the functional theory of leadership, it shows that Japan has been able to provide crucial regional public goods to Southeast Asia following the financial crisis. Meanwhile, China’s active engagement has unintentionally generated a domino effect on East Asian cooperation. The analysis thus shows that the influences of regional powers on regional cooperation can be understood from a functional perspective. Different regional powers may well have different leadership impacts on regional cooperation and integration. In relation to the project, two research papers have been presented at the CHIR International Symposium in Tokyo and the PSA Annual Conference in Edinburgh.

地域統合における国家:東アジアとヨーロッパの比較

2009

Research Results Outline:To decode the state's roles in regional integration, this research project To decode the state's roles in regional integration, this research project looks into two key aspects of the state: national...To decode the state's roles in regional integration, this research project looks into two key aspects of the state: national identity and government popularity. Concerning national identity, comparative study between Europe and East Asia has been conducted with regard to its political mobilisation and rhetorical discourses. The analysis shows that the politicisation of national identity often relies on the mobilisation of radical right-wing political parties in Europe. By contrast, the mainstream parties play a central part in its politicisation in East Asia. It also reveals that the discourse of national identity tends to be self-referring in Europe, while other-references are more important in East Asia. These analytical results were published as a research note by the Science Council of Japan. As far as government popularity is concerned, attention is paid to the perceptions of neighbouring countries in Northeast Asia. Based on AsiaBaromenter survey data, multivariate regression analysis points to three important determinants of public perceptions: national identity, overseas experiences and trust in national government. Among them, trust in national government constantly weakens favourable perceptions of neighbouring countries. These analytical results were first presented at the American Political Science Asssociation's Annual Conference, and later published in the peer-reviewed WIAS Research Bulletin.

The Rise of State-Led Economic Regionalism in East Asia(東アジアにおける国家主導の地域経済協力)

2013

Research Results Outline:Economic regionalism in East Asia changed dramatically after the Asian finaEconomic regionalism in East Asia changed dramatically after the Asian financial crisis (AFC) in 1997-1998. The regional gov...Economic regionalism in East Asia changed dramatically after the Asian financial crisis (AFC) in 1997-1998. The regional governments have taken key initiatives to negotiate free trade agreements (FTAs) and pursue regional financial collaboration. Meanwhile, high-profile regional institutions have been established to promote cooperation at the intergovernmental level. The state-led economic regionalism and its institutional turn marked a key departure from the early period of autonomous and uninstitutionalized economic integration in East Asia. This research project examines such an important transformation of East Asian regionalism, charting the regional process of post-AFC intergovernmental cooperation and the domestic process of developmental state restructuring. Intensive fieldwork was conducted both inside and outside Japan to collect first- and second-hand materials related to the post-AFC domestic and regional changes in Northeast and Southeast Asian countries. Some initial research outcomes were circulated in academic workshops. A related paper, entitled 'FTAs and State-led Economic Regionalism in East Asia', will be presented at the 23rd World Congress of International Political Science Association in July 2014.

The Rise of State-Led Economic Regionalism in East Asia

2014

Research Results Outline:Focusing on the changing dynamics of domesticand regional political economyFocusing on the changing dynamics of domesticand regional political economy in East Asia, this research project seeks tounde...Focusing on the changing dynamics of domesticand regional political economy in East Asia, this research project seeks tounderstand the domestic foundation of state-led economic regionalism after theAsian financial crisis (AFC) in 1997-98. The project has two goals: first, to conduct anin-depth analysis of the restructuring of Asian developmental state and therise of state-led economic regionalism; second, to find out the interactivedynamics between domestic regulatory reforms and regional economic cooperation.Two case studies were conducted with respectto the post-AFC domestic reforms and regional policy-making in Thailand andSouth Korea. The case studies show that post-AFC economic regionalism emerged as aregional consensus for very different reasons in the two countries. On the one hand, South Korea aimedto address the regional implications of her globalization strategy. On theother, Thailand was pursuing economic growth shielded from the immediate riskof globalization.The project makes it possible to chart thisimportant process in post-AFC East Asia. A related paper, entitled 'The EU and Economic Regionalism in EastAsia’, was presented at the GR:EEN Workshop on comparative regionalism in Brussels in October 2014.

Lecture Course

Course TitleSchoolYearTerm
Asian Total Leadership Innovation Seminar 51School of International Liberal Studies2019fall semester
Introduction to Cross-cultural and International EducationSchool of International Liberal Studies2019spring semester
Introduction to Cross-cultural and International EducationSchool of International Liberal Studies2019fall semester
First Year Seminar B 33School of International Liberal Studies2019spring semester
Political Economy of East Asia 51School of International Liberal Studies2019fall semester
Seminar on International Relations 03School of International Liberal Studies2019spring semester
Seminar on International Relations 06School of International Liberal Studies2019spring semester
Seminar on International Relations 56School of International Liberal Studies2019fall semester
Comparative Regionalism (E)Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies2019spring term
International Communications and Culture I S (International Political Economy)Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies2019spring semester
International Communications and Culture I F (International Political Economy)Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies2019fall semester
International Communications and Culture II S (International Political Economy)Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies2019spring semester
International Communications and Culture II F (International Political Economy)Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies2019fall semester
Directed Research: International Communications and Culture S (International Political Economy)Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies2019spring semester
Directed Research: International Communications and Culture F (International Political Economy)Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies2019
Directed Research: International Communications and Culture S (International Political Economy)Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies2019spring semester
Directed Research: International Communications and Culture F (International Political Economy)Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies2019