Shiblee Noman

Shiblee Noman
University of Dhaka · Department of Japanese Studies

Master of Social Sciences

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January 2022 - present
University of Dhaka
Position
  • Assistant Professor
January 2018 - January 2022
University of Dhaka
Position
  • Lecturer
August 2015 - January 2018
Jagannath University - Bangladesh
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
March 2013 - March 2014
University of Dhaka
Field of study
  • Political Science
January 2009 - December 2012
University of Dhaka
Field of study
  • Political Science

Publications

Publications (8)
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The research paper analyzes Bangladesh’s potential new labor market and its challenges in the wake of the new immigration policy promulgated to address population decrease and skilled workforce crisis in Japan. Historically, Japan has been kind of restricted in accepting foreign workers. But in recent times, acute population crisis and the lack of...
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This paper is an attempt to investigate the practice of corporate governance in Japan since it has largely contributed to the country's financial management. That, in turn, led to the unprecedented economic boom of Japan. The practice and objective of corporate governance have got a different momentum in Japan despite its origin from the firm's Ang...
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The Abe administration has redefined Japan's relationship with the South Asian countries for economic and geo-strategic interests and introduced country-specific strategies for success. However, Chinese influence in the region is increasing. On the other hand, Japan's South Asia policy is India focused, and mainly to counter China, regionally and g...
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Representative governments, particularly in the post-colonial independent states are deemed as outcomes of colonial rule and popular demand in the respective areas. Representative government in India, whether an ascription by the British colonial rulers or it had evolved gradually in course of time through introduction of different Acts by the then...
Conference Paper
Japan, a country of East Asia is one of the pivotal actors in Asian as well as global politics. In the post-WWII era, Japan has gradually transformed its position from a low-profile posture to a proactive contributor to peace policy. Southeast Asia was the first region where Japan, for the first time, tested her independent foreign policy and used...