Naiki, Yoshiko


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Research Interests: International Public Policy, Law and Diplomacy
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•Bachelor of Arts in International Studies, International Christian University, 1992-1996
•Study of International and European Law (Exchange Program), University of Maastricht, 1994-1995
•M.D. in International Public Policy, Osaka School of International Public Policy, 1998
•Ph. D in International Public Policy, Osaka School of International Public Policy, 2006


• 2007-Present: Associate Professor, Osaka Graduate School of International Public Policy, Osaka University
•2005-2006: Lecturer, Graduate School of International Public Policy, Osaka University
•2004-2005: Deputy Director, Multilateral Trade Policy Bureau, MInistry of Economy, Trade and Industry
•1999-2012: Associate, The Foreign Law Center, Faculty of Law, University of Tokyo
•Aug. 2012-Sep.2012: Visiting Scholar, School of Law, Singapore Management University
•Oct. 2011-Apr. 2012: Visiting Researcher, Faculty of Laws, University College London
•Sep. 2002- Apr.2004: Research Associate, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
•2017- present: Visiting Professor, College of International Studies, Kyung Hee University



THE IMPACTS OF WTO LAW ON DOMESTIC REGULATORY MEASURES (WTO hou to kokunaikiseisochi) (Nihon Hyoron Sha, 2008) [in Japanese]

Articles and Chapters

“Sustainability, Certification Programs, and the Legacy of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics” (co-author with Isao Sakaguchi) in Consumers’ Perceptions of Food Attributes (S. Matsumoto & T. Otsuki eds.) (forthcoming, CRC 2018).

“Bioenergy and Trade: Explaining and Assessing the Regime Complex for Sustainable Bioenergy,”

European Journal of International Law, Vol.27, No.1, pp.129-159 (April, 2016).

“Labour Migration under the Japan-Philippines and Japan-Indonesia Economic Partnership Agreements” in Marion Panizzon et al. eds., The Palgrave Handbook on International Labour Migration (Palgrave Publishing, 2015), pp.341-358.

The Dynamics of Private Food Safety Standards: A Case Study on the Regulatory Diffusion of GLOBALG.A.P.” 63 ICLQ 137-166 (2014)

 “Assessing Policy Reach: Japan’s Chemical Policy Reform in Response to the EU’s REACH Regulation,” Journal of Environmental Law, Vol.22 No.2, pp.171-195 (2010)

“Accountability and Legitimacy in Global Health and Safety Governance: The World Trade Organization, the SPS Committee and International Standard-setting Organizations,” Journal of World Trade, Vol.43, No.6, pp.1255-1279 (2009)

 “The Regulatory Framework for GMOs in the EU and the WTO: European Authorization Process and its Implication to the WTO Law,” Japan Association of International Economic Law (Nihon Kokusai Keizaihou Nenpou) Vol.18, pp.145-179(Nov, 2009) [in Japanese].

“Explaining ‘Trade and Environment’ through Regime Interactions: The Case of the WTO and International Health and Safety Standard-Setting Bodies,” International Relations (Kokusaiseiji) Vol.153, pp.106-121 (2008) [in Japanese].

“Shaping Mutual Recognition Regimes in Asia: Some Lessons from the Japan-Singapore Arrangement,” Legal Issues of Economic Integration, Vol.34, No.4, pp349-367(2007)

“Reconciling Free Trade and Other Values in the WTO System: Necessity Test under Article XX of GATT,” Japan Association of International Economic Law (Nihon Kokusai Keizaihou Nenpou) Vol.15, pp.217-256(Oct, 2006) [in Japanese].

“Compliance and Non-compliance in WTO Agricultural Cases: Some Implications from Data Analysis,” in WTO DISPUTE SETTLEMENT AND COMPLIANCE (WTO funsoukaiketsutetsuduki niokeru rikouseido) (Kawase and Araki eds.) pp.287-312 (Oct. 2005) [in Japanese].

 “Defining ‘Domestic Industry’ in WTO Safeguards”, in THE WTO SAFEGUARD MECHANISM AND ITS FUTURE (WTO taiseikano Safeguard) (Araki and Kawase eds.) pp.37-61 (Jul. 2004) [in Japanese].

“The Mandatory/Discretionary Doctrine in WTO Law: The US-Section 301 Case and Its Aftermath,” Journal of International Economic Law, Vol.7, pp.23-72 (Mar. 2004)

   “WTO and Trade Measures for Health Protection Purposes: Interpretation of the SPS Agreement,” Journal of the Japanese Institute of International Business Law(Kokusai Shouji Houmu), Vol.28, pp. 1447-1452 (2000), Vol.29, pp.50-55 and 191-197 (2001) [in Japanese].