Graduate School of Law
OBAYASHI Kazuhiro

Books and Other Publications

1. Micro-evidence for Peacebuilding Theories and Policies (Evidence-Based Approaches to Peace and Conflict Studies
Takashi Kurosaki, Yuichi Kubota, Kazuhiro Obayashi (Contributor)
Springer Nature 2022.10 (ISBN : 9789811947629)
2. 戦後日本外交からみる国際関係-歴史と理論をつなぐ視座-
大林 一広 (Contributor)
ミネルヴァ書房 2021.4 (ISBN : 9784623090112)
3. Power Shift and Global Governance (co-authored and co-edited)
Ryo Oshiba, Nobumasa Akiyama, Kazuhiro Obayashi, Atsushi Yamada (Joint editor)
Yuhikaku Publishing Co., Ltd. 2018.4 (ISBN : 9784641184381)
4. Rebel Recruitment and Information Problems
Kazuhiro Obayashi (Sole author)
Routledge 2017.8 (ISBN : 9781138182431)
5. Collaborative Network for Instruction in International Relations in the Asia-Pacific Region
Kazuhiro OBAYASHI (Contributor)
Network Project of Three Universities in the Asia-Pacific Region, Faculty of Law, Hitotsubashi University 2013.3

Papers

1. Violence during Civil War, Risk Preference, and Time Preference: Evidence from North-West Pakistan (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
Takashi Kurosaki, Yuichi Kubota, Kazuhiro Obayashi
Economic Review (Keizai Kenkyu) Vol.71,No.4,pp.317-332 2020.10
2. Distributional Effects of Political Power-Sharing Arrangements and Their Negative Consequences for Post-Agreement Stability (Peer-reviewed)
Kazuhiro Obayashi
Asian Journal of Comparative Politics 2018.6
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3. An Empirical Analysis of the Hansards of Legislatures in Semi-Democracies: The Nigerian Senate's Responses to Incidents of Political Violence (jointly worked)
Kazuhiro Obayashi, Rentaro Iida, Jonathan Lewis
Hitotsubashi Journal of Law and International Studies 2018.3
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4. Political Violence and Talk: Civil War, Parliament, and Automated Content Analysis (jointly worked)
Kazuhiro OBAYASHI
Hitotsubashi Journal of Law and International Studies Vol.14,No.2,pp.845-869 2015.7
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5. Information, rebel organization and civil war escalation: The case of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (Peer-reviewed)
Kazuhiro Obayashi
International Area Studies Review Vol.17,No.1,pp.21-40 2014
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6. Rebel Organization and Postwar Peace Duration (Peer-reviewed)
Kazuhiro OBAYASHI
Kokusaiseiji (International Politics) No.174,pp.139-152 2013.9
7. Postwar Violence and Peace-building: Searching for Research Agendas through a Preliminary Analysis of South(ern)Sudan
Kazuhiro OBAYASHI
Hitotsubashi Journal of Law and International Studies Vol.12,No.1,pp.369-391 2013.3
doi Link
8. Recruitment Strategies of Rebel Groups: Inducement or Coercion?
Kazuhiro OBAYASHI
Hitotsubashi Journal of Law and International Studies Vol.10,No.1,pp.429-445 2011.3
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Presentations

No. Name of subject/Conference Name Year Site
1. “Rebellion at the Time of a Power Shift between Rival Empires: Volunteer Forces in Burma and Indonesia in World War II”(63rd Annual Convention of the International Studies Association)
Holding date : 2022.3.28 - 2022.4.2
Presentation date : 2022.3.29
“Nashville, TN (Online)”
2. “Civil War Process, Peacebuilding, and Citizens”
Holding date : 2021.11.23
Presentation date : 2021.11.23
Tokyo (Online)
3. “Legislative Debates and Battles in Civil War: The Case of the Philippines”(Workshop on Research in International Relations)
Holding date : 2021.9.14
Presentation date : 2021.9.14
Online
4. “Legislatures and Violent Conflicts: A Case of Colombia”(ISA 2021 Annual Convention)
Holding date : 2021.4.6 - 2021.4.9
Presentation date : 2021.4.7
Online
5. “Ethnic Hatred and Violence: Insights from recent studies on ‘ethnic conflict’”
Holding date : 2020.12.2
Presentation date : 2020.12.2
Tokyo (Online)
6. “Legislative Speeches and Political Violence: The Case of the Philippines”(2020 Annual Conference of the Japan Association of International Relations)
Holding date : 2020.10.24 - 2020.10.26
Presentation date : 2020.10.24
Online
7. “Wartime Service Provision and State Legitimacy: Evidence from the former FATA, Pakistan”(Changing Character of War Centre Fellows’ Meeting)
Holding date : 2020.2.11
Presentation date : 2020.2.11
Oxford
8. “Wartime Service Provision and State Legitimacy: Evidence from the former FATA, Pakistan”(Workshop on Democracy, Network and Conflict)
Holding date : 2020.1.29
Presentation date : 2020.1.29
“Kunitachi, Tokyo”
9. “Legislative Speeches and Political Violence: The Case of the Philippines”(Workshop on Armed Conflict and Political Economy of Development)
Holding date : 2019.9.19
Presentation date : 2019.9.19
Kyoto
10. “Wartime Service Provision and State Legitimacy: Evidence from the former FATA, Pakistan”(Pre-event for the Workshop on Armed Conflict and Political Economy of Development)
Holding date : 2019.9.18
Presentation date : 2019.9.18
Kyoto
11. “Legislative Speeches and Political Violence: The Case of the Philippines”(9th Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association (EPSA))
Holding date : 2019.6.20 - 2019.6.22
Presentation date : 2019.6.20
Belfast
12. “Electoral Incentives and Conflict-related Speeches in Semi-Democracy Legislatures: The Case of Nigeria”(2018 Meeting of the Party Congress Research Group (Intra-Party Politics in the Modern Era))
Holding date : 2018.6.25 - 2018.6.26
Presentation date : 2018.6.26
Vienna
13. “How Legislatures Discuss Violent Conflicts: The Case of Nigeria”(POLTEXT Incubator Workshop)
Holding date : 2018.5.9 - 2018.5.11
Presentation date : 2018.5.11
Budapest
14. “Legislatures and Political Violence: The Case of the Nigerian National Assembly”(CCW Meeting)
Holding date : 2018.5.8
Presentation date : 2018.5.8
Oxford
15. “Legislatures and Political Violence: The Case of the Nigerian National Assembly”(Seminar)
Holding date : 2018.4.24
Presentation date : 2018.4.24
Oslo
16. “How Legislatures Discuss Violent Conflicts: The Case of Nigeria”(IR Colloquium)
Holding date : 2018.2.22
Presentation date : 2018.2.22
Oxford
17. "Legislatures and Political Violence: The Case of the Nigerian National Assembly"(Brasenose Session)
Holding date : 2017.11.7
Presentation date : 2017.11.7
Oxford
18. “Political Violence and Parliament in Nigeria”(2016 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association)
Holding date : 2016.9.1 - 2016.9.4
Presentation date : 2016.9.2
“Philadelphia, PA”
19. “Decomposing Democracy in Studies of Civil War: Political Violence and Parliament in Nigeria”(1st Meeting of the Pacific Peace Science Conference)
Holding date : 2016.7.2 - 2016.7.3
Presentation date : 2016.7.3
Kyoto
20. “Distributional Effects of Political Power–Sharing Arrangements and Their Negative Consequences for Post-Agreement Stability”(ISA Asia-Pacific Conference)
Holding date : 2016.6.25 - 2016.6.27
Presentation date : 2016.6.27
Hong Kong
21. “Democratic Institutions and Civil War: A quantitative analysis of the reaction of the reaction of the parliament and its members to the incidents of political violence in Nigeria”(57th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association)
Holding date : 2016.3.16 - 2016.3.20
Presentation date : 2016.3.19
“Atlanta, GA”
22. “Legislatures and Political Violence: The Case of the Nigerian National Assembly”(Special Lecture)
Holding date : 2015.12.17
Presentation date : 2015.12.17
Kyoto
23. “Political Violence and Parliament: The case of the Senate of the Nigerian National Assembly.”(IPE Workshop)
Holding date : 2015.5.23
Presentation date : 2015.5.23
Tokyo
24. “Assessing the Effects of Power-sharing Arrangements”(2014 Annual Conference of the Japan Association of International Relations)
Holding date : 2014.11.14 - 2014.11.16
Presentation date : 2014.11.14
Fukuoka
25. “Rebel Organizations and Postwar Peace Duration”(55th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association)
Holding date : 2014.3.26 - 2014.3.29
Presentation date : 2014.3.29
“Tronto, ON”
26. “Ethnic Hatred and Violence: Insights from recent studies on ‘ethnic conflict’”(Kansai Frontier of the Knowledge and Arts)
Holding date : 2013.7.12
Presentation date : 2013.7.12
Osaka
27. “Reforming a Rebel Organization”(54th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association)
Holding date : 2013.4.3 - 2013.4.6
Presentation date : 2013.4.5
“San Diego, California”
28. “Simulation, an Effective Tool for Education? A Partial Reflection on the Hitotsubashi-UBC Joint Simulation Project.”(Education Seminar of the Asia-Pacific Three University Network)
Holding date : 2013.2.21
Presentation date : 2013.2.21
“Kunitachi, Tokyo”
29. “Failure in Organizational Reform: The Case of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA)”(GLOPE II Lunchtime Seminar (Political Economy of Institution-building))
Holding date : 2013.1.22
Presentation date : 2013.1.22
Tokyo
30. “Information, Rebel Organization, and Civil War Termination: The case of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam” オスロ国際平和研究所(PRIO)、ノルウェー、オスロ市、2012年10月23日.(PRIO Workshop)
Holding date : 2012.10.23
Presentation date : 2012.10.23
Oslo
31. “Information, Rebel Organization, and Civil War Termination: The case of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam”(53rd Annual Convention of the International Studies Association)
Holding date : 2012.4.1 - 2012.4.4
Presentation date : 2012.4.1
“San Francisco, California”
32. “Why does the LRA Continue Abduction? An intra-group politics approach.”(2011 Annual Conference of the Japan Association of International Relations)
Holding date : 2011.11.13 - 2011.11.15
Presentation date : 2011.11.13
“Tsukuba, Ibaraki”
33. “Why does the LRA Continue Abduction? An intra-group politics approach.”(69th Annual National Conference of the Midwest Political Science Association)
Holding date : 2011.3.31 - 2011.4.3
Presentation date : 2011.3.31
“Chicago, IL”
34. “Postwar Economic Development after Insurgent Victory.” 国際研究学会(ISA)、第49回年次総会、「アフリカにおける平和構築」パネル、米国カリフォルニア州サンフランシスコ市、2008年3月26-29日.(49th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association)
Holding date : 2008.3.26 - 2008.3.29
Presentation date : 2008.3.26
“San Francisco, California”
35. “Explaining Diversity and Change in Recruitment Methods of Rebel Groups.”(PRIO Lunch Seminar)
Holding date : 2007.11.23
Presentation date : 2007.11.23
Oslo

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Research Projects

No. Research subject Research item(Awarding organization, System name) Year
1. The State Counterinsurgency Strategy and Its Constraints
Fund for the Promotion of Joint International Research (Fostering Joint International Research)
( System name: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research )
2018.11 -
2. Dynamics of Political Violence and Legislatures
Scientific Research (B)
( Awarding organization: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science System name: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research )
2018.4 -
3. Social Order and National Identity in Civil War
Scientific Research (B)
( Awarding organization: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science System name: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research )
2018.4 - 2022.3
4. Automated Content Analysis of Discourse in Civil War
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Scientific Research (C)
( Awarding organization: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science System name: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research )
2015.4 - 2019.3
5. Behavior of Rebel Groups in Civil War: An intra-group politics approach
Link
Young Scientists (B)
( Awarding organization: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science System name: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research )
2011.4 - 2015.3