Hitoshi Suzuki, PhD
Visiting Senior Research Fellow
Hitoshi Suzuki (PhD) was Associate Professor at the Graduate School of International Studies and Regional Development, University of Niigata Prefecture, Japan. He received his Ph.D. in History and Civilization from the European University Institute in December 2007 and has focused on Japan’s relations with the EC/EU, as well as Japan’s auto and aero-space industry in Europe. He was visiting fellow at the Monash European and EU Centre, the London School of Economics and Political Science, and was Deputy Director of the Economic Partnership Agreement Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Japan. As of December 2021, he serves as a Visiting Fellow & Staff Director, CPTPP Project, Asia Pacific Initiative.
His publications include Thatcher and Nissan Revisited in the Wake of Brexit (Palgrave Macmillan), “The New Politics of Trade: EU-Japan” Journal of European Integration 39(7), “Post-Brexit Britain, the EU and Japan” Europe and the World 4(1), and Suzuki et.al. “Japan and the European Union,” Oxford Encyclopedia of European Union Politics.
COO, LLC future mobiliTy research
Japan-EU relations / Trade policy / Car & aeronautical industries / Supply chain and due diligence / Carbon neutrality
Thatcher and Nissan Revisited in the Wake of Brexit (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020)
“The New Politics of Trade: EU-Japan”. Journal of European Integration 39(7), 2017, pp.875-889
“Post-Brexit Britain, the EU and Japan”. Europe and the World 4(1), 2020, pp.1-17
Suzuki et. al. “Japan and the European Union” In Oxford Encyclopedia of European Union Politics (Oxford University Press, 2021), pp.1-24