The activities and research outputs of the research units are reported on their respective websites and widely disseminated to society through public symposium and seminars.
CREGG trains policy professionals with global governance research at its core, which envisions a framework for the stability of the international order.
HPTA plays a role as a platform for industry, government, and academia for medical evaluation and policy-related research. HTA executive program is offered to train professionals who possess the expertise and practical skills in this field.
SCERU organizes academic programmes, research, and professional seminars with a particular focus on bringing together perspectives and professional experiences from Europe and Japan. It provides a forum for Strategic Communications experts, practitioners and educators and creates an international network-based centre of excellence for Strategic Communications research, education and advisory work for public-policy making.
STIG is an interdisciplinary educational program to train personnel who will be responsible for science and technology governance, with the acquired knowledge concerning the policy process and evidence-building methods required to formulate and implement science and technology innovation policy.
Science Technology and Public Policy (SciTePP)
SciTePP addresses the nexus between science technology and public policy. Specialists from various fields such as political science, law, economics, and engineering come together to examine and structure issues, and to contribute to the discussion on policy selection in society.
TTPU conducts higher-quality education and research activities in the fields of transportation, which are expected to play an extremely important role in ensuring Japan’s sustainable growth and affluent lives, and tourism, which is closely related to transportation.
This research unit conducts surveys and research using a survey system that complies with the Cabinet Office’s Well-being Dashboard, and works with the Nihon Keizai Shimbun and others to gather the opinions of academia and the private sector to make policy proposals.
This project will cultivate balanced expertise and policy mindset for the potential and challenges of renewable energy, and will foster next-generation leaders who will lead Japan’s energy strategy. In addition, through research activities, it will disseminate useful information on Japan’s renewable energy policy in the future.