Perpetuated Instability? Life Cycle of New and Minor Parties in Japan, 2005-2016
Elena Korshenko received her BA from the Moscow State University, with an exchange year at the Waseda University in Tokyo and got a MA from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London. Subsequently she worked at the Moscow office of the Japanese newspaper Sankei Shimbun, which inspired her interest in comparative politics and Japanese party system in particular. As part of her fieldwork, she participated in the 2016 Japanese Upper House election as an observer and completed two six-month research stays at the Institute of Social Science, the University of Tokyo. The second stay in 2018/2019 was supported by the Japan Foundation fellowship award.
The Media and Women’s Substantive Representation: The Legislative-Media Links of Women Bills’ Sponsors in Japan, ECPR General Conference 2019, Wroclaw, Poland (September 2019).
Perpetual Instability? Life Cycles of New and Minor Parties in Japan, 2005-2016, EAJS PhD Workshop, Cork, Ireland (August 2019).
Japanese New Parties’ Legislative Behaviour and its’ Implications, ICAS 11, Leiden, Netherlands (July 2019).
Explaining Inherent Unsustainability of New Parties in Japan, 2005-2016, ISS seminar, Tokyo (March 2019).
Position Taking in the Japanese Diet and its Implications, Japan Foundation Fellows’ Meeting, Tokyo (January 2019).
Conditions of Successful Communist Movements in Asia: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis (Kasuya, Korshenko and Shim), Poster session, 6th Asian Political Methodology Meeting, Doshisha University, Kyoto (January 2019).
Conditions of Successful Communist Movements in Asia: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis (Kasuya, Korshenko and Shim), International Workshop on Qualitative Comparative analysis (QCA), Waseda University (October 2018).
Conditions of Successful Communist Movements in Asia: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis, (Kasuya, Korshenko and Shim), ECPR General Conference 2018 (August 2018).
Explaining New Parties’ Unsustainability in Japan, 2005-2016, Nordic Association for the Study of Contemporary Japanese Society (NAJS) Conference (May 2018).
Inter-Party Interactions and their Effects on New Parties’ Survival, GEAS Workshop “Local Politics in Japan: its Significance, Challenges and Opportunities”, Graduate School of East Asian Studies, Freie Universität Berlin (March 2018).
New Parties’ Position Taking in the Japanese Diet and its Implications, FU-HUJI Workshop: The ‘End of history’ reversed? Renationalization, Populism, and Political Communication in East Asian, European and Israeli Democracies, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel (December 2017).
Unsustainability of New and Minor Parties in Japan, 2005-2016.PhD Kenkyuukai, Institute of Social Science (ISS), The University of Tokyo (July 2017).
Explaining New and Minor Parties’ Electoral Success in Japan, 2009-2014,Nordic Association for the Study of Contemporary Japanese Society (NAJS) Conference (April 2016).
Comparative analysis of the smaller parties’ role in the party systems of Taiwan and Japan, 2004-2012,Seventh SOAS Taiwan Studies Summer School (June 2013).