Midori Okabe is a professor at the Sophia University Faculty of Law, Tokyo, Japan.
Okabe has also been a visiting scholar at the Centre of Migration, Policy and Society at the University of Oxford (2015); at the Faculty of Politics, Johns Hopkins University (2015); and at the Centre of International Studies, University of Cambridge, UK. She was also an academic programme associate in the Division of Peace and Governance Programme at the United Nations University headquarters in Tokyo; a Centre of Excellence Research Fellow at the International Christian University in Tokyo; a special advisor to the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the embassy in Luxembourg; and a research fellow for Nomura Research Institute Ltd.
Last Updated: October 16, 2017
The "Outside-In": An Overview of Japanese Immigration Policy from the Perspective of International Relations, S. Mantu and E. Guild (eds.), Labor Migration Control over Five Continents (Ashgate, 2010).
An Aspect of European Politics on Migration: On Implications of the EU "Blue Card" Plan. Kokusai Mondai (International Affairs), The Japan Institute of International Affairs, No. 574, September 2008. (in Japanese)
The External Relevance of EU Common Migration Control System, Kaigai Jijyo (Journal of World Affairs), No.4, 2008 (in Japanese)
Asylum, Immigrants and International Organization, in K.Shoji (ed), International Organization, Tokyo: Iwanami shoten, 2006. (in Japanese)
On the EU Common Migration System, in Y. Kibata (ed), European Integration and International Relations, Tokyo: Nihon Keizai Hyoron Sha, 2005. (in Japanese)
Common Migration Management Among States: A Political Approach to Migration Studies, Studies on International Relations (University of Tokyo), No.24, September 2005. (in Japanese)
"Balancing Immigration and Security Concerns: The Case of Greece," The Journal of Social Science (International Christian University Tokyo) 54 (COE Special Edition), 2005