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東京大学公共政策大学院 | GraSPP / Graduate School of Public Policy | The university of Tokyo

GraSPPリサーチセミナー/HSP セミナー “AIIB Today—Its Governance and the Rule of Law”
Mr. Gerard SANDERS and Mr. Xuan GAO 2018年11月22日(木)

GraSPP Research Seminar 


公共政策大学院リサーチセミナーシリーズの一環として、2018年11月22日に東京大学大学院総合文化研究科との共催により、アジアインフラ投資銀行のGerard SANDERS氏およびRanjini Ramakrishnanをお招きして、”AIIB Today—Its Governance and the Rule of Law”の講演を開催しました。詳細内容に関しては英語ページをご確認ください。


日時: 11月22日(木) 10:00−12:00

場所: 東京大学本郷キャンパス国際学術総合研究棟4階SMBC アカデミアホール(MAP)


Mr. Gerard SANDERS, General Counsel, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

Mr. Xuan GAO, Ph.D., Senior Counsel, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank


Prof. Yasunobu SATO, Ph.D., Graduate Program on Human Security (HSP), Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, The University of Tokyo

Prof. Toshiro NISHIZAWA, Graduate School of Public Policy (GraSPP), The University of Tokyo

言語: 英語

定員: 80名

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The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) began its operations in January 2016. Loans approved since inception have reached US$6.3 billion. The total number of member countries plus other countries whose membership applications have been approved by AIIB has reached 87 worldwide, with all G20 countries except Japan, Mexico and the United States having joined or in the process to join the Bank. Good governance, transparency and accountability have been concerns for Japanese policy makers while AIIB’s growing presence appears to attract interests of Japan’s businesses in the context of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).


We learn how AIIB is working for dispelling the concerns on issues on its governance, transparency and accountability as well as how it is independent of and in the meanwhile complementary to China’s BRI. We discuss possible policies of Japan to cooperate and collaborate with AIIB as well as China for its BRI for rule of law and access to justice for sustainable development as prescribed in the Goal 16 of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).