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SEKI Katsunori
 
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Graduate School of International Development Department of International Development and Cooperation Associate professor
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Graduate School of International Development
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Associate professor
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Degree 3

  1. PhD (Political Science) ( 2015.5   Texas A&M University ) 

  2. MA (Political Science) ( 2006.3   Waseda University ) 

  3. BA (Social Sciences) ( 2004.3   Waseda University ) 

Research Interests 7

  1. Comparative Politics

  2. Political Economy

  3. Quantitative Political Science

  4. Experimental Social Sciences

  5. Political Regime Change

  6. Electoral Accountability

  7. Preference for Income Redistribution

Research Areas 1

  1. Humanities & Social Sciences / Politics

Research History 8

  1. Nagoya University   Graduate School of International Development   Associate professor

    2023.10

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  2. International Political Science Association-National University of Singapore   Summer School for Social Science Research Methods   Adjunct Lecturer

    2018.6

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    Country:Singapore

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  3. University of Tsukuba   School of Social and International Studies   Adjunct Lecturer

    2023.10 - 2024.3

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  4. Meiji University   Professional Graduate School of Governance Studies   Adjunct Lecturer

    2023.4 - 2023.9

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  5. University of Tsukuba   Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences   Assistant Professor

    2018.4 - 2023.9

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  6. University of Mannheim   Collaborative Research Center SFB 884   Post-doctoral Research Fellow

    2015.2 - 2018.3

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  7. Texas A&M University   Office of Graduate and Professional Studies   Dissertation Fellow

    2014.1 - 2014.12

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  8. Japan Society for Promotion of Science   Pre-doctoral Research Fellow

    2008.4 - 2009.8

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Education 5

  1. Texas A&M University   Department of Political Science

    2009.8 - 2015.5

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  2. Waseda University   Graduate School of Political Science (PhD; On leave in 2009)

    2006.4 - 2014.9

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  3. Waseda University   Graduate School of Political Science (MA)

    2004.4 - 2006.3

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    Country: Japan

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  4. Waseda University   Faculty of Social Sciences

    1999.4 - 2004.3

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    Country: Japan

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  5. L'Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris   Programme International

    2002.9 - 2003.6

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    Country: France

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Committee Memberships 2

  1.   Member of Education and Student Affairs Committee  

    2024.4   

  2.   Member of Computer Network Committee  

    2023.10 - 2024.3   

Awards 1

  1. Bryan D. Jones Best Graduate Student Paper Award

    2012   Department of Political Science, Texas A&M University  

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Papers 12

  1. On the Role of Social Identity as a Determinant of Redistribution Preference: A Conjoint Experiment on Public Assistance Receipt by Foreign Residents in Japan Reviewed

    Katsunori Seki

    Sociological Theory and Methods (Japanese Association for Mathematical Sociology)   Vol. 38 ( 2 ) page: 307 - 324   2023.9

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    DOI: 10.11218/ojjams.38.307

  2. Social Identification and Redistribution Preference: A Survey Experiment in Japan Reviewed

    Katsunori Seki

    Social Science Japan Journal   Vol. 26 ( 1 ) page: 47 - 60   2023.3

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    What shapes preferences for income redistribution? Studies find that social identification plays an important role. In this paper, I argue that in-group favoritism generated through income proximity and out-group discrimination stemming from a nation/foreigner cleavage affect redistribution preference. Using data from a survey experiment with 4,002 Japanese citizens, I examined whether priming the poor as recipients of public assistance (or Seikatsu Hogo) generates more (less) support for income redistribution among the poor (the wealthier) and whether priming foreigners as public assistance recipients decreases support for redistribution. Analyses reveal that respondents with annual household income of 5–10 million yen negatively respond to the treatment priming the poor as public assistance recipients. Results also indicate that priming foreigners as public assistance recipients decreases support for redistribution. These findings corroborate previous research that finds evidence from North America and Europe. Analyzing a sample from Japan offers the external validity because the recent rise in income disparity in Japan involves unique characteristics including pauperization of low-income groups without enriching the wealthy. A rapid increase in the inflow of immigrants to Japan necessitates the need to study how Japanese people shape their redistribution preference in response to a growing number of foreign residents.

    DOI: 10.1093/ssjj/jyac029

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  3. Do Negative Externalities Caused by Macroinequality Determine Preferences for Income Redistribution? An Empirical Study of Japanese Voters Through Conjoint Analysis Reviewed

    Katsunori Seki

    Journal of International and Advanced Japanese Studies   Vol. 15   page: 37 - 52   2023.3

  4. Assessing the public understanding of democracy through conjoint analysis Reviewed

    Katsunori Seki

    Frontiers in Political Science   Vol. 5   2023.1

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    Global support for democracy is puzzling in the time of alleged backlash toward democracy. Building on recent studies on democratic support that take into consideration heterogeneity in the subjective perceptions of democracy, I conducted a conjoint analysis and examined the trade-offs among various democratic values that the citizens might face when they think of democracy. Using an original dataset of 2,206 respondents, sampled from Japanese adult population, I found that the procedural view of democracy played the most important role when Japanese people evaluated a country's democracy level. In their view, a lack of free and fair elections and disenfranchisement of certain groups were more detrimental to democracy than a shortage of checks and balances, economic growth, and social welfare. In addition, the analysis shows that factors representing the minoritarian view and the substantive view of democracy play an undeniable role in citizens' democracy evaluations, which confirms the discrepancies between how students of democratization conceptualize and how ordinary people think of democracy today.

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  5. Mixed-Member Electoral Systems, Best Loser Rules, and the Descriptive Representation of Women Reviewed International coauthorship

    Yann P. Kerevel, Austin S. Matthews, Katsunori Seki

    Electoral Studies   Vol. 57   page: 153 - 162   2019.2

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.electstud.2018.11.006

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  6. Good times, bad times: Taxation and electoral accountability Reviewed International coauthorship

    Martial Foucault, Katsunori Seki, Guy D. Whitten

    Electoral Studies   Vol. 45   page: 191 - 200   2017.2

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    In this article we address two important and related questions. First, do economic hard times make defeat inevitable for any incumbent? And, second, do voters sanction incumbents for a poor economy whatever the economic policy pursued? To answer these questions, we propose a new theory about the ways in which taxation policies, clarity of responsibility, government ideology, and economic conditions come together to shape election outcomes. We address these questions with a new set of data collected on elections, government policies, and economic measures before and during the current economic crisis. Our findings indicate that taxation policies have effects on incumbent electoral patterns net of economic performance measures, but that these effects differ in theoretically-expected fashions depending on clarity of responsibility, government ideology, and whether or not there has been a recession in the year before an election is held. (C) 2016 Published by Elsevier Ltd.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.electstud.2016.10.003

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  7. Merkwurdig oder nicht? What Economic Voting Models and the 2013 Bundestag Elections Have to Say about Each Other Reviewed International coauthorship

    Katsunori Seki, Guy D. Whitten

    GERMAN POLITICS   Vol. 26 ( 1 ) page: 65 - 82   2017

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    The 2013 Bundestag elections took place at a time when public opinion was strongly focused on a wide range of economic issues. But, given the coalition government and the complex array of policymakers whose hands were on the wheels of the German economy, some economic voting models would predict that the economy would play little role in deciding these elections. In this article, we use a mixture of aggregate and survey data to test what a range of different economic voting models predicted about the 2013 Bundestag elections and the extent to which these predictions were supported. The results from this exercise provide insights not only about the nature of the 2013 elections, but also about the applicability and adaptability of economic voting models to different political and economic circumstances.

    DOI: 10.1080/09644008.2016.1186164

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  8. You've Got Some Explaining to Do: The Influence of Economic Conditions and Spatial Competition on Party Strategy Reviewed International coauthorship

    Laron K. Williams, Katsunori Seki, Guy D. Whitten

    Political Science Research and Methods   Vol. 4 ( 1 ) page: 47 - 63   2016.1

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  9. Updating the Party Government data set Reviewed International coauthorship

    Katsunori Seki, Laron K. Williams

    Electoral Studies   Vol. 34   page: 270 - 279   2014.6

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    Scholars have identified the crucial role of government characteristics in studies of political behavior, comparative institutions, and political economy. An invaluable data source for government characteristics is the Woldendorp et al. (2000) Party Government in 48 Democracies data set. We describe our update to this data set from the late-1990s through 2011. We then present a variety of additions to the data set that are intended to increase its usage by reducing the obstacles associated with using the data in conjunction with other popular data sets. We illustrate the utility of this update by providing a variety of means of conceptualizing government stability. (C) 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.electstud.2013.10.001

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  10. Democracy and Quality of Life in Asian Societies Reviewed

    Shinya Sasaoka, Katsunori Seki

    Japanese Journal of Political Science   Vol. 12 ( 3 ) page: 343 - 357   2011.12

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    This article examines whether democracy affects quality of life. Scholars have conducted surveys to investigate whether democracy is likely to lead to good quality of life. There are two contested views to the relationship: some suggest that democracy has a positive causal effect on quality of life, whereas others contend that democracy does not play such a role. Previous findings are supported by cross-national statistical analysis with aggregated survey data. However, aggregated survey data may cause ecological fallacy. Also, in order to ascertain the extant research, it would be beneficial to test the hypothesis by incorporating both individual-and country-level variables. Therefore, this paper applied hierarchical modeling to investigate the regularity. Both individual-level perception of democracy and country-level political regime data were incorporated in our empirical model. Our findings suggest that individual-level satisfaction with democracy has positive causal effect on one's quality of life, whereas the country-level characteristic of the political regime has no effect.

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  11. Classifying political regimes through latent class analysis Reviewed

    Katsunori Seki

    The Waseda journal of political science and economics   ( 369 ) page: 17 - 42   2007.10

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  12. Classifying political regimes: conceptual debates and a new measurement of post-communist countries, 1985-2004

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    The Waseda study of politics and public law   ( 85 ) page: 147 - 178   2007.8

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Books 6

  1. Parties and Voters at the 2013 German Federal Election

    Robert Rohrschneider, Rüdiger Schmitt-Beck( Role: Contributor ,  Merkwürdig oder nicht? What Economic Voting Models and the 2013 Bundestag Elections Have to Say about Each Other (co-authored with Guy D. Whitten))

    Springer  2017.12  ( ISBN:1138566802

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  2. Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research

    Alex C. Michalos, ed, Alex C. Michalos( Role: Contributor ,  Democracy and Quality of Life in Asian Societies (Co-authored with Shinya Sasaoka))

    Springer  2014.3  ( ISBN:9400707541

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    Total pages:9625  

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  3. アジアの情報分析大事典―幸福・信頼・医療・政治・国際関係・統計

    猪口孝編( Role: Contributor ,  アジア社会における民主主義と生活の質(笹岡伸矢との共著))

    西村書店  2013.9  ( ISBN:4890136916

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  4. 民主化と選挙の比較政治学: 変革期の制度形成とその帰結

    田中愛治監修, 久保慶一, 河野勝編, 田中 愛治, 久保 慶一, 河野 勝( Role: Contributor ,  非民主制における選挙の情報収集能力:理論と実証)

    勁草書房  2013.3  ( ISBN:432630216X

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  5. 期待、制度、グローバル社会

    田中愛治監修, 河野勝編, 田中 愛治, 田中 愛治, 河野 勝( Role: Contributor ,  選挙権威主義体制の持続と崩壊の論理:経験的検証)

    勁草書房  2009.9  ( ISBN:4326301813

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  6. せめぎあう構造と制度:体制変動の諸相

    伊東孝之編( Role: Contributor ,  多民族社会における市民の民主主義への支持態度の規定要因-セルビア共和国における世界価値観調査データの分析-)

    正文社  2008  ( ISBN:9784901404020

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MISC 4

  1. Elections in Nondemocratic Settings: When and Why Do They Help Regime Survival?

    Katsunori Seki

    F1000Research   Vol. 11   2022.3

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  2. Whom to Elect? Causes of Elections in Nondemoracies

    Katsunori Seki

    SSRN Working Paper Series     2014

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  3. 政治体制変動と国民的統一 -旧ソ連・東欧諸国の比較分析から-

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    安武裕和編『欧州政治研究会 2006年度研究報告集』(名古屋大学「魅力ある大学院教育イニシアティブ」、早稲田大学「開かれた政治経済制度の構築」合同プロジェクト)     page: 158 - 193   2007.3

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  4. Waseda and Asian Political Science

    Ryoko Ishikawa, Katsunori Seki

    The Asian Political Science Graduate Conference Proceeding     page: 38 - 41   2006.11

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Presentations 42

  1. Assessing Public Understandings of Democracy through a Conjoint Analysis Invited International conference

    Katsunori Seki

    Workshop on Democratic Representation in Comparative Perspectives  2022.12 

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  2. Why Income Redistribution? A Conjoint Analysis in Japan International coauthorship International conference

    Katsunori Seki, Guy D. Whitten

    Midwest Political Science Association  2022.4 

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  3. The Role of Prime Ministers on Government Survival International coauthorship International conference

    Thomas Koenig, Katsunori Seki, Thiago N. Silva, Galina Zudenkova

    Midwest Political Science Association  2022.4 

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  4. An Experimental Study on the Formation of Citizens' Preferences for Income Redistribution Policies

    Katsunori Seki

    Joint Seminar by Institute for Comparative Research in Human and Social Sciences and Pre-Strategic Initiatives, the University of Tsukuba  2021.12 

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  5. Group Belongingness and Redistribution Preference: A Survey Experiment in Japan. International conference

    Katsunori Seki

    American Political Science Association  2021.9 

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  6. Group Belongingness and Redistribution Preference: A Survey Experiment in Japan International conference

    Katsunori Seki

    Midwest Political Science Association  2021.4 

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  7. Mixed-Member Electoral Systems, Best Loser Rules, and the Descriptive Representation of Women Invited International coauthorship International conference

    Yann P. Kerevel, Austin S. Matthews, Katsunori Seki

    SFB 884 Seminar Series. University of Mannheim  2017.11 

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  8. Challenging Governments: Committee Leadership and the Role of the Opposition in Parliamentary Democracies International coauthorship International conference

    Thomas Koenig, Nick Lin, Katsunori Seki

    The Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association  2017.6 

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  9. Unfulfilled Pledges and Responsibility Attribution in Coalition Governments International coauthorship International conference

    Nick Lin, Katsunori Seki, Nikoleta Yordanova

    The Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association  2017.4 

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  10. Consequences of Elections in Dictatorships: The Role of Electoral Competition and Competitiveness of Elections International conference

    Katsunori Seki

    The Conference on "The Political Economy of Democracy and Dictatorship" held at the University of Münster  2017.2 

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  11. Good Times, Bad Times: Taxation and Electoral Accountability Invited International coauthorship International conference

    Martial Foucault, Katsunori Seki, Guy D. Whitten

    Department of Political Science, University of São Paulo  2016.12 

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  12. Challenging Governments: Committee Leadership and the Role of the Opposition in Parliamentary Democracies International coauthorship International conference

    Thomas Koenig, Nick Lin, Katsunori Seki

    The Conference on "Inequality and Fairness of Political Reforms" held at the University of Mannheim. Mannheim  2016.12 

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  13. Unfulfilled Pledges and Responsibility Attribution in Coalition Governments International coauthorship International conference

    Nick Lin, Katsunori Seki, Nikoleta Yordanova

    The Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association  2016.9 

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  14. Unfulfilled Pledges and Responsibility Attribution in Coalition Governments International coauthorship International conference

    Nick Lin, Katsunori Seki, Nikoleta Yordanova

    The Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association  2016.6 

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  15. Committee Chairs and Opposition Policy Influence in Parliamentary Democracies International coauthorship International conference

    Thomas Koenig, Nick Lin, Katsunori Seki

    Workshop on Multiparty Governance and Policymaking in Parliamentary Democracies" held at the University of Mannheim  2016.5 

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  16. Committee Chairs and Opposition Policy Influence in Parliamentary Democracies International coauthorship International conference

    Thomas Koenig, Nick Lin, Katsunori Seki

    The Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association  2016.4 

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  17. Good Times, Bad Times: Taxation and Electoral Accountability International coauthorship International conference

    Martial Foucault, Katsunori Seki, Guy D. Whitten

    The conference on “Fat Politics, Lean Politics: Political Survival in Good and Bad Economic Times” held at Texas A&M University  2016.3 

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  18. A Closer Look at Coalition Governance: Party Size and Parliamentary Scrutiny International coauthorship International conference

    Thomas Koenig, Nick Lin, Katsunori Seki

    The Annual Conference of Public Choice Society  2016.3 

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  19. Good Times, Bad Times: Taxation and Electoral Accountability International coauthorship International conference

    Martial Foucault, Katsunori Seki, Guy D. Whitten

    The Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association  2015.6 

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  20. Coalition Governance under Parliamentary Scrutiny International coauthorship International conference

    Serra Boranbay, Thomas Koenig, Sven Oliver-Proksch, Nick Lin, Katsunori Seki

    The Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association  2015.6 

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  21. Good Times, Bad Times: Taxation and Electoral Accountability International coauthorship International conference

    Martial Foucault, Katsunori Seki, Guy D. Whitten

    The conference on "Fat Politics, Lean Politics: Political Survival in Good and Bad Economic Times" held at the University of Maryland  2015.5 

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  22. Clarity in Chaos? Economic Voting in Transitional Polities Invited International coauthorship International conference

    Guy D. Whitten, Katsunori Seki

    "Workshop on Economic Voting in Developing Democracies" held at the University of São Paulo  2015.2 

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  23. Whom to Elect? Causes of Elections in Nondemoracies International conference

    Katsunori Seki

    The Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association  2014.8 

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  24. Electoral Accountability in European Hard Times International coauthorship International conference

    Martial Foucault, Katsunori Seki, Guy D. Whitten

    The Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association  2014.4 

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  25. Electoral Accountability in European Hard Times International coauthorship International conference

    Martial Foucault, Katsunori Seki, Guy D. Whitten

    2013 EUDO Dissemination Conference  2013.11 

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  26. Clarity in Chaos? Economic Voting in Transitional Polities International coauthorship International conference

    Guy D. Whitten, Katsunori Seki

    Midwest Political Science Association  2013.4 

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  27. The Final Frontier? The Spatial Dynamics of Party Competition International coauthorship International conference

    Guy D. Whitten, Laron K. Williams, Katsunori Seki

    Conference on "Spatial Models of Politics in Europe and Beyond" sponsored by the European Union Center, Texas A&M University  2013.2 

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  28. Clarity in Chaos? Economic Voting in Transitional Polities International coauthorship International conference

    Guy D. Whitten, Katsunori Seki

    Conference on "New Developments in the Cross-National Study of Political Economy and Public Policy" sponsored by the Project for Equity, Representation, and Governance (PERG) and the European Union Center, Texas A&M University  2012.11 

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  29. The Political Economy of Global Economic Shocks and Consumer Confidence International coauthorship International conference

    Raymond Duch, Paul Kellstedt, Katsunori Seki

    European Political Science Association  2012.6 

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  30. Elections, Post-Electoral Redistribution, and the Survival of Authoritarian Governments: An Empirical Study of Serbia in the 1990's International conference

    Katsunori Seki

    The Annual Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association  2011.4 

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  31. The Logic of Persistence and Breakdown of Rigged Electoral System and Democratization: An Empirical Exploration

    Katsunori Seki

    International Symposium, Waseda University Global COE GLOPEII, "Expectations, Institutions and Global Society"  2009.1 

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  32. 平等・組織性・体制変動 -不平等は民主化を阻害するのか

    関能徳・東島雅昌

    比較経済体制学会(自由論題分科会II『体制転換の比較政治経済学』)  2008.10 

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  33. 国家横断的な政治制度・選挙データセットの構築 −マクロ政治分析のフロンティア−

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    日本政治学会  2008.10 

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  34. 平等・組織性・体制変動 -不平等は民主化を阻害するのか

    関能徳・東島雅昌

    第8回(2007年度)早稲田政治学会自由論題2-A  2008.3 

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

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  35. 比較政治研究における共分散構造分析の適用可能性:民主化研究を題材に

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    早稲田大学21COE-GLOPE政治経済学方法論セミナー(2007年度後期第8回)  2007.12 

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Public lecture, seminar, tutorial, course, or other speech  

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  36. 市民の政治意識と政治体制の存続可能性 -ロシア・セルビアの事例研究と世界価値調査データに基づく統計的検証

    笹岡伸矢・関能徳・三上了

    日本政治学会  2007.10 

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  37. 「グレー・ゾーン」の政治体制変動 -選挙権威主義体制期セルビアの事例研究と多項ロジスティック回帰による国家横断的な因果効果の推定-

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    日本国際政治学会(ロシア・東欧分科会)  2007.10 

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  38. When the Manipulation of Authoritarian Election Has No Benefit to Citizens and Induces Democratic Transition: Political Economy of Electoral Fraud and Welfare of Citizen

    Katsunori Seki

    The 2007 Waseda – Korea Inter-University Research Seminar, Waseda University, Tokyo  2007.7 

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    Event date: 2007.7

    Language:English   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (public)  

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  39. 潜在クラス分析による政治体制の類型化 -民主制と非民主制の間の「グレー・ゾーン」をどのように把握できるのか-

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    政研イニシアティブ最終コンフェレンス(国際比較研究の創生 -アジアの視座から-)、早稲田大学  2007.2 

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    Event date: 2007.2

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (public)  

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  40. Waseda and Asian Political Science International conference

    Ryoko Ishikawa, Katsunori Seki

    The Asian Political Science Graduate Conference "Graduate Political Studies at Major Asian Universities: Students' Viewpoints," Seoul National University, Seoul  2006.11 

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (nominated)  

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  41. Is Democracy Possible without National Unity?: Comparative Analysis of Post-Communist States after 1989

    Katsunori Seki

    Japanese Political Science Association (co-organized by International Political Science Association)  2006.6 

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  42. 政治体制変動と国民的統一 -旧ソ連・東欧諸国の比較分析から-

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    欧州政治研究会(早稲田大学21COE-GLOPE「開かれた政治経済制度の構築」、名古屋大学魅力ある大学院教育イニシアティブと共催)、早稲田大学  2006.5 

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    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (public)  

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Other research activities 1

  1. Manuscript Reviewer

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    American Journal of Political Science, American Political Science Review, British Journal of Political Science, Electoral Studies, European Political Science Review, Japanese Journal of Political Science, Journal of International and Advanced Japanese Studies, Journal of International Public Policy, Journal of Politics, Legislative Studies Quarterly, Political Behavior, Political Psychology, Public Opinion Quarterly

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KAKENHI (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research) 4

  1. Voters' Values and Rationale that Prevent Democratic Backsliding and Breakdown: Empirical Analyses through Cross-national Survey Experiments

    Grant number:24K04685  2024.4 - 2027.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)

    Katsunori Seki

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  2. Empirical Study on Mechanism of Breakdown and Crisis of Democracies

    Grant number:20K13392  2020.4 - 2024.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists  Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists

    Katsunori Seki

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  3. Comprehensive Empirical Study on Political Inequality in Opportunities and Outcomes: Elucidation of the Mechanism of Political Inequality

    Grant number:20H00061  2020.4 - 2025.3

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)

    Hidehiro Yamamoto, Yoshihiko Takenaka, Muneo Kaigo, Junichi Akashi, Katsunori Seki, Shinsuke Hamamoto, Yoshiaki Kubo, Itaru Yanagi, Sae Okura

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  4. Political Regime Change in Electoral Authoritarianism---Its Origin, Survival and Breakdown---

    Grant number:08J06879   2008.4 - 2009.8

    JSPS  Pre-doctoral Research Fellowship 

    Katsunori Seki

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Teaching Experience (On-campus) 5

  1. Politics in Developing Countries

    2023

  2. Seminar on International Development and Cooperation Ia

    2023

  3. Seminar on International Development and Cooperation Ib

    2023

  4. Seminar on International Development and Cooperation IIa

    2023

  5. Seminar on International Development and Cooperation IIb

    2023

Teaching Experience (Off-campus) 22

  1. Modern Regression Analysis

    2018 IPSA-NUS Summer School for Social Science Research Methods)

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  2. Governance Studies

    2023 Meiji University)

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    Level:Postgraduate 

  3. Tutorial for Current Topics in Political Science

    2022 - 2023 University of Tsukuba)

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  4. Current Topics in Political Science

    2022 - 2023 University of Tsukuba)

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  5. Academic Discussion Seminar I

    2018 University of Tsukuba)

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    Level:Undergraduate (liberal arts) 

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  6. Democratization

    2019 - 2023 University of Tsukuba)

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    Level:Undergraduate (specialized) 

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  7. Fundamentals of Japanese Studies

    2018 University of Tsukuba)

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    Level:Undergraduate (liberal arts) 

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  8. Global Political Economy

    2018 - 2019 University of Tsukuba)

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    Level:Undergraduate (specialized) 

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  9. International Social Studies II

    2019 - 2020 University of Tsukuba)

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  10. Introduction to Political Science

    2021 - 2023 University of Tsukuba)

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    Level:Undergraduate (liberal arts) 

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  11. Japanese Politics

    2020 - 2022 University of Tsukuba)

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    Level:Undergraduate (specialized) 

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  12. Politics and Society

    2018 - 2019 University of Tsukuba)

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    Level:Undergraduate (liberal arts) 

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  13. Quantitative Methods for Social Sciences

    2019 - 2023 University of Tsukuba)

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    Level:Undergraduate (specialized) 

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  14. Topics in Social Sciences

    2018 - 2019 University of Tsukuba)

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    Level:Undergraduate (liberal arts) 

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  15. Comparative Politics 1, 2

    2020 - 2023 University of Tsukuba)

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    Level:Postgraduate 

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  16. Comparative Politics 1, 2

    2020 - 2023 University of Tsukuba)

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  17. Basic Theory for Multidisciplinary Studies

    2023 University of Tsukuba)

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    Level:Graduate (liberal arts) 

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  18. Comparative Politics in Global Society 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B

    2018 - 2022 University of Tsukuba)

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    Level:Postgraduate 

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  19. Comparative Politics 3, 4

    2020 - 2023 University of Tsukuba)

  20. Comparative Politics 3, 4

    2020 - 2023 University of Tsukuba)

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    Level:Postgraduate 

  21. Comparative Politics in Global Society 5A, 5B, 6A, 6B, 7A

    2018 - 2022 University of Tsukuba)

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    Level:Postgraduate 

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  22. Introduction to Political Science Research

    2013 Texas A&M University)

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    Level:Undergraduate (liberal arts) 

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