2017 608 Joint Research Workshop III
[Lecture Course Basic Information]
|Other Lecturers:||Y Matsuura, D Yokomizo, S McGinty, D Green|
|Whether mandatory or not:||Compulsory, only for the "Cross-Border Legal Institution Design" program students|
|Outline of Lecture Course||Based upon the joint presentation by the students in a February conference, each participating students will improve one's own research and produce a academic report as part of the satisfaction requirements for the degree.|
Main objective: to produce a good research paper by each student. The topic of the paper is to be related to the topic jointly researched.
A joint research usually has many issues. This is the training to find a topic that is important for an individual researcher and to develop a research paper on that topic. The collective report of a joint research is done by the students consortium and the individual researcher can contribute to the collective report by publishing a separate report. The main purpose of this course is to encourage each researcher to develop one's own view on a topic jointly studied.
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[Subject: Joint Research Seminar III]
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|Each student can arrange discussion meetings with course instructors.|
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