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Name

HINO, Airo

Official Title

Professor

AffiliationFaculty of Political Science and Economics

(School of Political Science and Economics)

Contact Information

Mail Address

Mail Address(Others)
airo@waseda.jp

Address・Phone Number・Fax Number

Address
School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda Univ. 1-6-1 Nishi-waseda Shinjuku, Tokyo 169-8050
Phone Number
+81-3-3203-9076
Fax Number
+81-3-3203-9076

URL

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Researcher Number
30457816

Sub-affiliation

Sub-affiliation

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

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

Affiliated Institutes

環境経済・経営研究所

研究所員 2016-

ソーシャルメディアデータ研究所

プロジェクト研究所所長 2016-2020

EU研究所 

研究所員 2011-2014

EU研究所

研究所員 2015-2015

ソーシャルメディアデータ研究所

研究所員 2016-

Educational background・Degree

Educational background

-1998 Waseda University Faculty of Political Science and Economics Political Science
-2000 Waseda University Graduate School of Political Science Political Science
-2006 University of Essex Department of Government Political Science

Degree

Ph.D (Government) Coursework University of Essex Politics

MA (Political Science) Coursework Waseda University Politics

BA (Political Science) Coursework Waseda University Politics

Career

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Fellow, Flemish Community Fellow at Instituut voor Sociaal en Politiek Opinieononderzoek (ISPO) of Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KUL), FRS Fellow at Centre Politique Comparée (CPC) of Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL), Associate Professor at Tokyo Metropolitan University, Associate Professor at Faculty of Political Science and Economics.

Academic Society Joined

Japanese Association of Electoral Studies

Japanese Association of Comparative Politics

Japanese Political Science Association

Japanese Association of Political Economy

European Consortium for Political Research Official Representative (OR) of Waseda University

Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research Designated Representative (DR) of Waseda University

OfficerCareer(Outside the campus)

2016/11-European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)Official Representative (OR) of Waseda University
2014/10-2016/10Japanese Political Science AssociationReferee Board Member
2014/06-2015/06Japanese Association of Comparative PoliticsEditorial Board Member
2013/11-2014/06Japanese Association of Comparative PoliticsWorking Group Member of Launching Online Journal
2013/10-2015/12Japanese Association of Political ScienceEditorial Board Member
2013/06-2014/06Japanese Association of Comparative PoliticsProgram Committee Member
2013/05-2014/05Japanese Association of Electoral StudiesProgram Committee Member
2013/05-2014/0421st Century Policy InstituteTask Force Team Member
2013/04-2015/04Japanese Association of Political EconomyCouncil Member (Secretary General)
2013/04-2016/03Japan Forum for Research in Public PolicyCouncil Member
2013/04-2015/03Japanese National Membership of ICPSR (Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research)Financial Audit
2013/04-2014/03Japan Forum for Research in Public PolicyMember of Research Committee on Policy Trends of Political Parties in Europe
2012/05-2016/05Japanese Association of Electoral StudiesCouncil Member (Chair of International Committee)
2012/04-Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR)Designated Representative (DR) of Waseda University
2012/04-2013/03Japanese Association of Political EconomyCouncil Member (Financial Officer)
2011/05-2012/05Japanese Association of Electoral StudiesSecretariat Member
2010/12-2012/0421st Century Policy InstituteTask Force Team Member of Party Politics Project
2009/11-2011/06the Supreme Court of Japan Officer and the Family Court of Japan Investigator.Examiner of the Supreme Court of Japan Officer and the Family Court of Japan Investigator
2009/11-ReviathanReview Committee Member
2009/10-COMPArative Methods for Systematic cross-caSe analySis (COMPASSS)Advisory Board Member
2008/05-2009/12Japanese Association of Electoral StudiesEditorial Board Member
2008/04-2010/03European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)Official Representative (OR) of School of Law and Political Science, Tokyo Metropolitan University
2008/04-2010/03Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR)Official Representative (OR) of Tokyo Metropolitan University

Award

Waseda Research Award (High-Impact Publication)

2016/02Conferment Institution:Waseda University

Title:Waseda Research Award (High-Impact Publication)

Okuma Memorial Academic Award

2015/11Conferment Institution:Waseda Univeristy

Title:Okuma Memorial Academic Award

Best Article Award (Japanese Association of Electoral Studies)

2015/05Conferment Institution:Japanese Association of Electoral Studies

Title:Best Article Award

Interview Guide

Category
Social sciences
Research Field
Electoral Systems, Public Opinion Surveys, New Challenger Parties
Keywords
Election, European Politics, Belgian Politics

Others Basic Information

Refereed journals: American Journal of Political Science, Comparative Political Studies, European Journal of Political Research, Political Science Research and Methods (x3), International Political Science Review (x3), Party Politics (x2), West European Politics, International Journal of Public Opinion Research (x2), Government and Opposition, Environmental Politics, Field Methods, Asian Journal of Public Opinion Research, Statistica Applicata – Italian Journal of Applied Statistics, COMPASSS Working Paper Series, Social Science Japan Journal, The Annuals of Japanese Association of Political Science (x4), Japanese Journal of Electoral Studies (x5), , Japanese Journal of Comparative Politics, AGLOS Journal of Area-Based Global Studies, Waseda Journal of Political Science and Economics (x2), EU in Japan Working Paper Series, EU Studies, WOJUSS Working Paper Series

Research Field

Keywords

Election, Voting Behaviour, Public Opinion, Political Communication, Electoral System, Party System, Comparative Politics

Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research classification

Social sciences / Politics / Politics

Paper

Japan

Airo Hino

European Journal of Political Research Political Data Yearbook 55(1) p.156 - 1632016/12-

DOI

Detail

Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Examining response-order effects through computer randomization

Ryosuke Imai and Airo Hino

Electoral Survey Methodology: Insight from Japan on Using Computer Assisted Personal Interviews p.74 - 852016/03-2016/03

DOIScopus

The ‘very’ introduction of electoral studies: Did the Internet election campaigning mobilise voters?

Airo Hino

Waseda Journal of Political Science and Economics 389‐390p.37 - 432016/03-

Detail

Publish Classification:Research paper(bulletin of university, research institution)

Political communication research in Asia

Airo Hino and Willy Jou

International Encyclopedia of Political Communication p.1 - 102016/01-

DOI

Japan

Airo Hino

European Journal of Political Research Political Data Yearbook 54p.169 - 1802015/12-

DOI

Detail

Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Representation and Integration of New Political Issues in Party Systems: Analyses of New Challenger Parties in 15 West European Democracies

Airo Hino

The Annuals of Japanese Political Science Association, 2015-II 2015(2) p.130 - 1652015/12-

Effects of electoral system reforms on political process in Japan

Airo Hino

Quarterly Jurist 13(春) p.126 - 1322015/04-

The state of art of public opinion research in Japan and its challenges

Airo Hino

(115) p.21 - 372015/03-2015/03

CiNii

The Status-quo and Challenges of CAI Surveys in Political Science::Comparisons of Waseda-CASI Surveys and Official Election Results

Aiji Tanaka and Airo Hino

Sociological Theory and Methods Peer Review Yes 30(2) p.201 - 2242015-2015

CiNii

Detail

ISSN:0913-1442

Outline:In this paper, we illustrate how CAI surveys in political science have developed in the context of election studies, in particular, how CASI (Computer Assisted Self-administered Interviews) surveys have been applied to election studies in Japan. We then argue that various advantages exist for a survey mode of CASI, ranging from a quick data output, randomization and customization of questions and response choices, recording response time, implementation of survey experiments, mitigating social desirability bias, and to high representativeness. At the same time, we reckon two disadvantages of CASI, which are a lower response rate and a higher cost than other survey modes. To examine if a lower response rate really undermines a representativeness of data collected by CASI, we constructed a database of 79 post-election surveys conducted in Japan. Our analyses demonstrated that a lower response rate does not necessarily increase a turnout bias, i.e. a gap between an estimated turnout in surveys and the actual turnout at an election. Our analyses also con rmed that a lower response rate neither increases a vote percentage bias, i.e. a gap between estimated percentages of votes garnered by political parties and the of cial election results. Among the several survey modes, CASI appears to be closest to the actual electoral records. The concerns over a higher cost of CAI remain but its advantages seem to be not only theoretically assured but also empirically grounded.

Looking at how respondents look at survey questions: Eye-tracking examination of response order effects in party support question and value batteries

Airo Hino, Arata Yamazaki, and Masahisa Endo

Japanese Journal of Electoral Studies Peer Review Yes 30(1) p.31 - 432014/06-

Computer-assisted self-administered interviews: Advantages and limitations

Airo Hino

Yoron (Journal of Japanese Association of Public Opinion Research) 113p.67 - 722014/03-

Detail

Publish Classification:Research paper (scientific journal)

Missing link in party-system polarization: How institutions and voters matter

Curini, L. and Hino, A

The Journal of Politics Peer Review Yes 74(2) p.460 - 4732012/04-

DOI

The mechanical and psychological effects of electoral systems: A quasi-experimental study

Blais, A., Lachat, R., Hino, A., and Doray-Demers, P.

Comparative Political Studies Peer Review Yes 44(12) p.1599 - 16212011/12-

DOI

Second-ordering the Upper House election in Japan

Ryosuke Imai and Airo Hino

選挙研究 27(2) p.5 - 192011/12-

Censored and hurdle regression models in TSCS data: Electoral support for extreme right parties in 19 West European democracies

Airo Hino

選挙研究 26(1) p.88 - 1012010/06-

The general election in 2009 and innovations in public opinion research

Airo Hino

(105) p.51 - 562010/03-2010/03

CiNii

Time-Series QCA: Studying Temporal Change through Boolean Analysis

Airo Hino

Sociological Theory and Methods Peer Review Yes 24(2) p.247 - 2652009/12-

Interviewer training in survey research

Swyngedouw, M. and Hino, A.

早稲田政治経済学雑誌 370p.109 - 1202008/12-

Voting behavior in the European Parliamentary Election: The Belgian case in 1994

Airo Hino

選挙研究 Peer Review Yes 20p.148 - 1582005/03-

Revisiting the Lipset-Rokkan theory: A case of Belgium

Airo Hino

早稲田政治公法研究 74p.467 - 4932003/12-

Rise of New Politics and value change: Analysis of Belgian party system

Airo Hino

レヴァイアサン Peer Review Yes 31p.121 - 1472002/10-

Electoral Participation in Japan: A Comparison of Two Different Levels of Elections, 1999-2000

Aiji Tanaka and Airo Hino

Research Institute of Aoyama Gakuin University Research Series 6p.23 - 322002/03-

Re-examining the “Freezing Hypothesis” in Belgium: De-alignment or re-alignment?

Airo Hino

早稲田政治公法研究 66p.251 - 2792001/04-

Books And Publication

EU & European Integration Study (2nd Edition)

Koji Fukuda (Ed.)

Seibundo2016/10-

Detali

Scholarly BookResponsible Number of Pages:137-152

Topics on Japanese Politics

Takashi Yoshino, Etsushi Tanifuji, Hiroshi Imamura (eds.)

Tokyo Hourei Publications2015/09-

Detali

Responsible Number of Pages:194-195

Topics on Japanese Politics

Takashi Yoshino, Etsushi Tanifuji, Hiroshi Imamura (eds.)

Tokyo Hourei Publications2015/09-

Detali

Responsible Number of Pages:196‐197

Democracies in Europe, 2nd Edition

Ryosuke Amiya, Takeshi Ito, and Takashi Narihiro (eds.)

ナカニシヤ出版2014/03-

Detali

ISBN:978-4-7795-0805-9

New Frontiers of Public Opinion Research

Airo Hino and Aiji Tanaka (eds.)

勁草書房2013/07-

Detali

ISBN:978-4-326-30219-2

New Challenger Parties: A Comparative Analysis

Airo Hino

Routledge2012/01-

Detali

ISBN:978-0415684774

Municipalities Reform in the Netherlands and Belgium

佐藤竺監修、金井利之・財団法人日本都市センター編

第一法規2011/04-

Detali

ISBN:978-4623057290

Perspectives in Political Change, 2nd Edition

Kensuke Kaku and Hitoshi Maruyama (eds.)

ミネルヴァ書房2010/05-

Detali

ISBN:978-46978-4474026582

Why did the 2009 Government Change Occur?: Close Analysis of the Japanese Political Transformation

Aiji Tanaka, Masaru Kohno, Airo Hino, Takeshi Iida, and Public Opinion Department of Yomiuri Shimbun

勁草書房2009/10-

Detali

ISBN:978-43

Frontiers of Voting Behaviour Study

Masahiro Yamada and Takeshi Iida (eds.)

おうふう2009/05-

Detali

ISBN:978-4273035426

Democracies in Europe

Ryosuke Amiya, Takeshi Ito, and Takashi Narihiro (eds.)

ナカニシヤ出版2009/04-

Detali

ISBN:978-4779503368

New Parties in Government

Kris Deschouwer (ed.)

Routledge2008/02-

Detali

ISBN:978-0415404990

Elections: Le reflux?

Andre-Paul Frognier, Lieven De Winter, et Pierre Baudewyns (eds.)

De Boeck2007/06-

Detali

ISBN:978-2804155698

De Kiezer Onderzocht

Marc Swyngedouw, Jaak Billiet, en Bart Goeminne (eds.)

Universitaire Pers Leuven2007/03-

Detali

ISBN:9789058675859

Perspectives in Political Change

Kensuke Kaku and Hitoshi Maruyama (eds.)

Minerva2005-

Detali

Scholarly Book

Lecture And Oral

A new index to measure the quality of deliberation: Through a comparison between the Reasoning Quality Index (RQI) and Argument Repertoire (AR)

Ryosuke Imai, Ryo Chiba, and Airo Hino

8th Annual Conference of Japanese Association of Political Economy2017/03

Warping the trend: the use and reuse of social media data in social science

Airo Hino

Annual Conference, Italian Political Science Association, University of Milan2016/09

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

To fight or not to fight for issue ownership: Analyses of New Politics Parties and Extreme Right Parties across 15 West European democracies

Airo Hino

General Conference, European Consortium for Political Research, Prague2016/09

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

安保法制をめぐるTwitterと メディアの共鳴関係-時系列分析による議題設定仮説の検証

日野 愛郎・クリーニ ルイジ・中西 健輔・角間 実・小橋 洋平・明石 裕太郎

Japanese Association of Political Economy2016/03

Sorting out Chicken and Egg: Causal Mechanisms of the Media and Public Sentiment

Hino, A. Curini, L. Nakanishi, K. Kakuma, M. Kobashi, Y. and Akashi, Y.

Southern Political Science Association, San Juan2016/01

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

Modality Theory and Syntactic-based Exploratory Analysis to Measure Political Polarization on Twitter

Kobashi, Y., K. Kakuma, Nakanishi, M. and Hino, A.

Southern Political Science Association, San Juan2016/01

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

Measuring the quality of deliberation within: A proposal of Reasoning Quality Index

Hino, A., Imai, R., and Chiba, R.

General Conference, European Consortium for Political Research, Université de Montreal2015/09

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

Dying with dynastic politicians: Who is voting for hereditary candidates in Japan?

Airo Hino

International Political Science Association, World Congress, Montreal2014/07/22

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

Looking at how respondents look at survey questions: Eye-tracking examination of response order effects in party support questions and value batteries

Airo Hino, Arata Yamazaki, and Masahisa Endo

1st Asian Political Methodology Conference2014/01/06

Detail

International conferencePoster presentation

Measuring Party Competition from Legislative Speeches: Analyses of Japanese Parliamentary Debates, 1953-2011

Airo Hino, Luigi, Curini, and Atsushi Osaki

General Conference of European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), Bordeaux2013/09/07

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Bordeaux, France

Electoral cycles in bicameral contexts in Japan

Hino, A. and Imai, R.

International Political Science Association (IPSA) World Congress, Madrid2013/07/12

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

Party System Dynamics in Japan: Measuring the underlying changes and status-quos

Airo Hino

European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) Joint Sessions of Workshops, Mainz2013/03/14

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)Venue:Mainz, Germany

Tracking Order Effects in Survey Responses: Evidence from Eye Movements

Economic Science Association2013/02/16

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

The Spiral of Silence Revisited: Examining through a CASI (Computer Assisted Self-administered Interview) experimental survey

Imai, R., Hino, A., Endo M., Hosogai, R., Mimura, N., Yamazaki, A., Arai, K., and Iida, T.

International Political Science Association (IPSA) World Congress, Madrid2012/07/10

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

The second-order election model in the national context: The electoral cycle and government popularity in Japan

Hino, A. and Imai, R.

General Conference of European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), Reykjavik2011/08/26

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

Ranking vs. Rating: Re-examining the Inglehart scalet through an experimental survey

American Political Science Association2008/08/30

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

Interaction effects meet QCA:Towards a future discussion

Expert Roundtable: “The Study of Strategies of Social Change using the Method of QCA”, University of Manchester2008/06/05

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

Who said QCA is static?

Expert Roundtable: “The Study of Strategies of Social Change using the Method of QCA”, University of Manchester2008/06/04

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

Blending extreme-right ideologies: Testing the ‘winning formula hypothesis’ in Western Europe

Airo Hino

Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association, Chicago2007/08

Detail

International conferencePoster presentation

Public party funding and new parties’ success: A comparative analysis of 15 Western European democracies

Airo Hino

Annual Meeting of American Political Science Association, Chicago2007/08

Detail

International conferencePoster presentation

Government participation of new parties and its consequence: A comparative analysis of 11 West European democracies

Hino, A. and Buelens, J.

Annual Meeting of Japanese Electoral Studies Association, University of Kobe2007/05

Detail

National conferencePoster presentation

Bridging the QCA and Time-Series-Cross-Sectional (TSCS) analyses

Airo Hino

International Conference of Comparative Social Sciences, Sophia University, Tokyo2006/07

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

Examining institutional effects on new parties’ success: A comparative analysis of 15 West European democracies

Airo Hino

20th World Congress of International Political Science Association2006/07

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

Censored panel?: Application of Tobit and Cragg’s model in Time-Series and Cross-Sectional analysis

Airo Hino

the 3rd ECPR General Conference, Budapest2005/09

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

Comparing electoral and party funding systems in West European legislatures

Airo Hino

2005 ECPR joint-Sessions of Workshops, University of Granada2005/04

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

The end of cleavage politics?: The case of Belgium

Airo Hino

the 100th American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago2004/08

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

Electoral fate of new parties: Effects of government participation in comparative perspective

2004 ECPR Joint-Sessions of Workshops, Uppsala University

2004/04

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

Recipes for success?: Comparative analysis of green party manifestos

the 2nd General Conference of European Consortium for Political Research, Philipps-University, Marburg

2003/09

Detail

International conferenceOral presentation(general)

Research Grants & Projects

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Research Adoption Situation

Research Classification:Fund for the Promotion of Joint International Research (Fostering Joint International Research)

Party Manifestos Database and Policy Position Estimates in Japan

2015-2018/03

Allocation Class:¥15340000

Research Classification:

Party Manifestos Database and Policy Position Estimates in Japan

2013-2016

Research Field:Political Science

Allocation Class:¥3640000

Research Classification:

Evolution of Two-Party System and Stagnation of Policy Competition in Japan

2012-2014

Research Field:Political Science

Allocation Class:¥16510000

Research Classification:

Voting Behaviour and Party Strategies in Multi-level Elections : A Comparative Analysis of European, National, and Regional Levels

2008-2010

Research Field:Political Science

Allocation Class:¥2860000

Research Classification:

Political Change and Decision Making Mechanism of the Japanese : Integration of Psychological Economic Experiment and Public Opinion Survey

2006-2008

Research Field:Political Science

Allocation Class:¥46540000

Research Fund Acceptance Situation

Embodiment:Joint research programs

International Collaborations2008-2009

On-campus Research System

Special Research Project

視線測定機を用いた政治経済学実験

2014Collaborator:船木由喜彦, 遠藤晶久, 山崎新, 宇都伸之

Research Results Outline: 本研究ではアイトラッカー(視線測定機)を用いて、人々の情報収集活動のデータを集め、政治経済学的な仮説を検証することを目的としていた。政治学、経済学の 本研究ではアイトラッカー(視線測定機)を用いて、人々の情報収集活動のデータを集め、政治経済学的な仮説を検証することを目的としていた。政治学、経済学の研究者、ならびに大学院生が定期的に研究会を重ね、各自の実験デザインを吟味し、今年度は2014年7月... 本研究ではアイトラッカー(視線測定機)を用いて、人々の情報収集活動のデータを集め、政治経済学的な仮説を検証することを目的としていた。政治学、経済学の研究者、ならびに大学院生が定期的に研究会を重ね、各自の実験デザインを吟味し、今年度は2014年7月と2015年1月の2つの期間にアイトラッカーを用いた実験を行った。経済学に関する実験研究の成果は、国内における複数の学会で報告されている。政治学研究におけるアイトラッカーの利用は緒に就いたばかりであるが、成果の一部が査読誌に掲載された。

Lecture Course

Course TitleSchoolYearTerm
JournalismGraduate School of Political Science2017fall semester
Introduction to the European IntegrationGlobal Education Center2017spring quarter
European Governance and Public PolicyGlobal Education Center2017fall quarter