Outline of the event

Since 2005, the Policy University and Graduate School Research Exchange Conference has been held as a place for research and exchange among students and graduate students who identify problems and issues faced by cities and conduct research to solve them, and as a place to disseminate them to society. The purpose is not only to present the results of daily research, but also to deepen research by interacting with each other and disseminating them to society.

The 7th Policy University and Graduate School Research Exchange Conference

Date and time
Sunday, December 4, 2011 10:00~19:30
Place of Event
Campus Plaza Kyoto
University Consortium Kyoto
Kyoto Prefecture, Kyoto City, Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Kyoto Association of Corporate Executives, Japan Society for Public Policy, Kyoto University, Kyoto Prefectural University, Kyoto Sangyo University, Kyoto Women's University, Kyoto Tachibana University, Kyoto Bunkyo University, Doshisha University, Bukkyo University, Ritsumeikan University, Ryukoku University, Asahi Shimbun Kyoto General Bureau, Kyoto Shimbun, Sankei Shimbun Kyoto Bureau, Japan Keizai Shimbun Kyoto Branch, Mainichi Shimbun Kyoto Bureau, Yomiuri Shimbun Kyoto Bureau, NHK Kyoto Broadcasting Station, KBS Kyoto
Presentation Theme
"Urban policy" (cities here are not limited to cities)
(1) Oral presenters
will give research presentations in each subcommittee. Please join the breakout sessions that interest you and listen to the students' presentations.
(2) This
is a research presentation in which the panel presenter posts his or her research results on the panel.
(3) Special Exhibitions
Exhibition Title Exhibitors
We are doing "Kyoto Prefecture Landscape Asset Registration". Planning Officer, City Planning Division, Kyoto Prefectural Construction and Transportation Department
About the creation of a "forest of participation and regeneration" at Kizugawa Right Bank Sports Park (tentative name) In charge of parks, City Planning Division, Kyoto Prefectural Construction and Transportation Department
Shining Student Support Project Kyoto City Planning Bureau, Citizen Collaboration Policy Promotion Office, University Policy Officer
(4) Student planning
Theme Local Participation of Young People from the Perspective of Disaster Prevention ~In the wake of the 3.11 Earthquake~
Contents In the wake of the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, this project was planned with the aim of encouraging participants to think about the need for young people to participate in local communities from the perspective of disaster prevention. The speakers will talk about the disasters that may occur in Kyoto in the future and what it means for young people to participate in the community, which will lead to the workshop. In the workshop, both students and local residents will discuss the participation of young people in the community through disaster prevention, think about the participation of young people in the community that can be a great force in the event of a disaster, and expect this workshop to be a place for daily exchange between young people and local people.
Panelists University Consortium Kyoto, Think Tank Project Manager
Tetsuo Mizuta, Ph.D. (Policy Science)
Coordinator Kana Yamamoto of the 7th Policy University and Graduate School Research Exchange Conference Student Executive Committee
(3rd year student, Faculty of Sociology, Bukkyo University)
The 7th Policy University and Graduate School Research Exchange Conference Leaflet【Click here for details】The 7th Policy University and Graduate School Research Exchange Conference List of Oral Presenters (List of Designated Questioners)【Click here for details】The 7th Policy University and Graduate School Research Exchange Conference Panel Presenters【Click here
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Implementation Report

The 7th Policy University and Graduate School Research Exchange Conference


On the day of the event, a total of 77 groups (50 oral presentations, 24 panel presentations, and 3 special exhibitions) gave presentations, and 410 participants listened intently to research presentations by undergraduate and graduate students in various fields related to urban policy, such as economics, social welfare, and urban development. In addition, excellent presentations were awarded the Research Encouragement Award at the award ceremony.

List of Recipients

Research Encouragement Award Research Theme Name of University Name of representative
Kyoto Prefectural Governor's Award Issues in NHTSA Recall Decision-Making from the Perspective of Toyota Vehicle Recall: An Approach from Prospect Theory Ritsumeikan University Akihiro Sawada
Attract Asian tourists Kyoto University Graduate School Ken Itaya
Kyoto Mayor's Award Issues
of Utilization of Vacant Houses in Kumagawa-juku, Town Preservation District -Roles of Government, Real Estate Contractors, and Village Autonomous Organizations-
Ritsumeikan University Akika Nozaki
Revitalizing Educational Outreach in Kyoto City: The Potential of Outreach Portal Sites Kyoto University Graduate School Kazuya Furushima
University Consortium Kyoto President's Award Possibility of regional revitalization through video location shooting Ritsumeikan University Sasako Matsuno
Tokyo's Yamatani area seen from a simple apartment Ritsumeikan University Graduate School Junko Nakamichi
Japan Public Policy Association Award Economic Analysis of the Introduction of P&G's New Trading System in Distribution Ritsumeikan University Sayuko Kano
The state of route buses as public transportation in a welfare society Kyoto Tachibana University Graduate School Yuichi Okuda
Excellence Award Privatization Issues and Future Policy Prospects in Japan Water Supply and Sewerage Business Ritsumeikan University Tomohiro Shibagaki
A Study on Living Environment Improvement Project in a Historical District in France ~Background of Introduction and Features and Issues Seen from the Case of Lyon~ Ritsumeikan University Daiaki Ishiyama
Achievements and Issues
of Vacant House Bank Led by NPO -Considering Vacant House Bank in Wakasa Town, Fukui Prefecture from Three Cases of Hiroshima-
Ritsumeikan University Gaku Nakahara
Proposal for visually appealing incense stand Kyoto Tachibana University Masahiro Minobe
Current Status and Issues of Gender Identity Disorder (GID) Bukkyo University Kana Yamamoto
of "Urban Flood Control" to Deal with Localized Heavy Rain -Regional Cooperation for Surface Outflow Control Incorporating Rainwater Utilization-
Ryukoku University Graduate School Taku Shimogama
of Settlement Factors among Young People in Wakasa Town -Focusing on the Gap in Awareness of the Current Situation in the Town-
Ritsumeikan University Toshinori Momoke
Environmental Education in Early Childhood: A Case Study of Germany Ritsumeikan University Korin, Ando
The ideal altar ritual to facilitate the distribution of vacant houses Ritsumeikan University Shogo Kuroda
The path to new revitalization seen from the current situation of Nishijin and local initiatives Kyoto Women's University Haruka Yamamoto
Best Question Award Breakout Session 1 Ritsumeikan University Ippei Aoki
Breakout Session 2 Kyoto University Graduate School Ken Itaya
Breakout Session 3 Ritsumeikan University Kakitaro Sano
Breakout Session 4 Ritsumeikan University Tomohiro Shibagaki
Breakout Session 5 Ritsumeikan University Rina Eguchi
Breakout Session 6 Kyoto University Graduate School Noriko Iguchi
Breakout Session 7 Kyoto Tachibana University Graduate School Ayako Gohara
Breakout Session 8 Ryukoku University Akihiro Kawasaki

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