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College of Policy Science  /
Department of Policy Science

 (Male)
 Yukio   UKAI  Professor

■Concurrent affiliation
Research Organization of Open Innovation & Collaboration   /
Ritsumeikan Inamori Philosophy Research Center
■Subject of research
Significance, History and Legal System of Government Employee System
Theory of Human Resource Development such as Government Employee Training
Management and Leadership in Organization
■Research summary
The role and significance of civil servants in politics and administration

 I am engaged in the research on the significance, history and role of the system concerning the civil servants system. In addition, I am also engaged in the human resources development required for the public service, improvement method of the management ability, leadership and the classics useful as training materials, etc.
■Research keywords
public administration, administrative law, civil servants system, theory of public administrative organizations, sociology, training for government personnel, human resource development theory, leadership theory 
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Papers
条件付昇任期間  鵜養幸雄  政策科学  21/ 1, 1-14  10/2013
"Non-Regular"Public Officials  鵜養幸雄  Policy Science  19(1)/ 通号50, 197-224  03/2013
"The Special Service" and Political Appointment  鵜養幸雄  Policy Science  20(2)/ 通号53, 13-24  02/2013
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Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI)
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Courses taught
2017  Research Project Ⅰ  Seminar
2017  Research Project Ⅱ  Seminar
2017  Civil Service and Public Affairs  Lecture
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Teaching achievements
2010年度、修士論文およびリサーチペーパーについて指導を行い、2本の修士論文および3本のリサーチペーパーについて主査として審査を行った。  04/2010-
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■Research keywords(on a multiple-choice system)
Public Law
Politics
International relations
Sociology