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Shin Yamada

Shin Yamada

Professor at the Faculty of Law / Hiroshima Shudo University, JAPAN

Yamada Shin is a Member of the Board of Committee of Japan Society of Social Security Law.

He is also the Asian Regional Coordinator of "European Master Programme in Social Security Law" at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium.

His international publications include: 

  • ‘New and Global Model of Social Protection, in Social Actors, Work Organization and New Technologies in the 21st Century’, 14th World Congress of International Industrial Relations Association, Universidad de Lima, 2006, pp.475-491.
  • ‘Asian Social Security for the 21st Century: Which Way Forward?’ Book of Abstracts: International Conference of Social Welfare, ICSW, 2004, Malaysia, p.59.

 

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