- August 26, 2017 – August 27, 2017
- Marubeni Tama Center Training Institute
2-39-2 Bessho Hachioji-shi, Tokyo 192-0363
Proposal Competition for Super Mature Society
In advance of this camp, RAs, divided into nine teams, extracted issues related to super mature society and carried out field work. On the first day of the camp, RAs discussed the solutions to the issues extracted by each team with the professors, mentors, and graduates, and brushed up the ideas. Finally, RAs completed their proposals in Japanese and English and gave presentations about that in English.
The Ｗinning Team
|Name||Grade & department|
|Shohei Okamoto||1st-year doctoral program, Graduate School of Economics|
|Yasuhiro Kojima||1st-year (2nd-major) master program, Graduate School of Business and Commerce|
|Takahiro Ishikawa||1st-year (2nd-major) master program, Graduate School of Business and Commerce|
|Yukihiro Imakiire||2nd-year master program, Graduate School of Science and Technology|
|Fei Ding||1st-year master program, Graduate School of Law|
An Idea of the Winning Team
They have made a proposal with the vision of promoting and improving employment of people with disabilities. In the final competition, they proposed a scheme using Social Impact Bond (SIB) to actively utilize private resources and enhance labour conditions, including their wages. SIB is a mechanism which governments outsource projects for solving social problems as pay-per performance type, financing from private sectors.
Photo 1 of the winning team member (from the left: Mr. Ishikawa, Kojima, Okamoto, Fei, and Imakiire)
A Roundtable Discussion by Graduates
In this summer camp, we held a roundtable discussion by graduates who completed the Leading Program in March 2017. The graduates told RAs about learning from the PLGS and their job hunting, looking back over the five years spent in the Program for Leading Graduate School and working experiences in the workplace.
Comments from Faculty Members
A Roundtable Discussion