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Professor Hiroko Kudo, Chuo University, Tokyo "The state of the art of Evidence Based Policy Making in Japan: a contradictory application for 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games"

Northumbria University

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Professor Hiroko Kudo is Professor of Public Policy and Management at Chuo University, Tokyo and is a Visiting Professor at Newcastle Business School at Northumbria University. Professor Kudo is an internationally renowned academic, she is a member of IIAS.EGPA, and holds editorial roles on Public Management Review, as well as being a member of the Japanese Society for PA, Programme Committee member for ICEGOV, and the International Academy ICO. Previously she acted as special advisor to the Governor of Tokyo Metropolitan Government and is currently a member of the Tokyo Olympics Committee. Her research is focused on the public policy issues arising from the London Olympics and the policy learning for Tokyo Olympics. This involves analysing Big Data and involves multi-disciplinary scholars in Japan and UK.

We look forward to seeing you at the research seminar.

Teas and coffees will be provided. 

Event Details

Northumbria University
City Campus East, Business and Law Building
Room 218
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 2SU


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