Best Paper Award
By Contemporary Japan
Founded in 2018, the Contemporary Japan Best Paper Prize is awarded biennially to a paper published within the previous two volumes of the journal. The winning paper and two runner-ups are selected through a review conducted by the Journal's Editorial Board.
|2018 Winner||Anne-Lise Mithout||Children with disabilities in the Japanese school system: a path toward social integration||28||2||Open Access|
|2018 Runner-up||David Rear||Reforming Japanese-style management: destabilizing hegemony through discourse intervention||28||2||Open Access|
|2018 Runner-up||Nancy Rosenberger||Young organic farmers in Japan: Betting on lifestyle, locality, and livelihood||29||1|