Dr. Miyazaki is a lecturer (International Politics) at Faculty of Economics, Kumamoto Gakuen University. Her doctoral dissertation titled “Dynamism of ‘Loose Institutions’ in East Asian Environmental Governance: Issues of Acid Rain, Fresh Water, and Haze as Cases” examines how the interplay of actors and international institutions steers the formation of East Asian environmental governance by focusing on international cooperative frameworks on acid rain, air pollution, and fresh water issues in East Asia. During her time as a Masters student at Osaka University, she has worked for the Japanese Ministry of the Environment and for the Kitakyushu International Techno-cooperative Association as an intern.
- Asami Miyazaki, "The Emergence of‘Loose’Institutions in Environmental Cooperation: Addressing Acid Rain and Haze Issues in East Asia" Kokusai Seiji (International Politics), vol. 166 (special issue: Environment and Global Politics), 2011, pp. 128-141.
- Asami Miyazaki, “Network Analyses in Transition: Evaluation of their Incorporation into Theory of International Relations (IR),” International Public Policy Studies, 14/1 (fall 2009): 140-156;
- Asami Miyazaki, “Between the Theory and Policy: Environmental Networking the East Asian Way,” Ritsumeikan International Affairs, 9 (2011): 51-79.
- PhD in International Public Policy from Osaka University, Japan, March 2010
- M.A. in Environmental Politics from Keele University, United Kingdom, November 2007
- M.A. in International Public Policy from Osaka University, Japan, March 2005
- B.A. in Administrative Studies from Prefectural University of Kumamoto, Japan, March 2003
Dr. Asami Miyazaki
Faculty of Economics, Kumamoto Gakuen University,
Address: OE 2-5-1, Kumamoto, 862-8680, JAPAN,
Email: a-miyazaki [at] kumagaku.ac.jp