Graduate - Division of Economics - Department of Area Studies
Economic research requires a thorough knowledge of theoretical models and statistical methods, as well as a deep understanding of the institutional settings and historical facts specific to each issue. Understanding the history of economics itself is also an important theme. In this course, in addition to analyzing the challenges and issues faced by each regional economy, we attempt to capture the connections between the different aspects as comprehensively as possible, aim to describe an overall picture of the regional economy. The course also covers the study of the history of economics and conducts research and education activities in this area. Students will concentrate on studying a specific area or studying the history of economics, after mastering the fundamental economic theory and statistical methods.
|NOHARA, Shinji||Associate Professor||history of economic and social thought, Adam Smith, the Scottish (and French) Enlightenment, Japanese economic thought, and economic philosophy.|
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
|NAKANISHI, Toru||Professor||Developing Economies, Area Studies|
Institute of Social Science
Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia
|AOYAMA, Waka||Professor||Southeast Asian Studies （Philippines)|