Faculty, G-I

Individual Data

Facolty (106) with the subjects they teach and their research interests are given below:

Name

  1. Teaching field (s)
  2. Current research field (s)
  3. Latest university
  4. A major academic achievement in books or articles

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Hidetoshi HASHIMOTO

  1. International Finance
  2. International Finance, Development Finance
  3. Hitotsubashi University
  4. “A Comparison of Technical Efficiency in the Emerging Market Banking Sector by Applying Data Envelopment Analysis and Cluster Analysis”, Keizai Shushi Vol.77 No.1, April, 2007

Junko HATTORI

  1. English
  2. George Orwell
  3. Toyo University

Naoharu HIKI

  1. Financial Accounting
  2. Accounting for Retirement Benefit Plans−Measurement and Disclosure of them
  3. Nagoya University
  4. “The Relations between Pension Assets and Benefit Obligation in Retirement Benefits, ” Accounting, Vol.181, No.5,2012

Mika HIRAKATA

  1. English
  2. English as Medium of Instruction
  3. Japan Women’s University
  4. “A Study of Physical Distance & Communicative Distance, ” Diss. Japan Women’s Univ. 1978

Takako HIRAKI

  1. Sport science, Health science
  2. Sport psychology, Psychological skill training, Sport counseling
  3. Kyushu University
  4. “Cooperation between Mental Training and Counseling: A Case Study of One Psychological Support Involving a Shift from Mental Training to Counseling”, Japanese Journal of Sport Psychology,36, 1, 23-36, 2009

Fumihiko HIRANO

  1. Business Management
  2. Japanese management system, Compensation & Reward system in firms
  3. WasedaUniversity
  4. “What shoold we talk about on the post-modern management?” The Annals of Japan Society of Applied Management, March 2005

Keiko Nosse HIRONO

  1. Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
  2. Housing Policy and Evaluation of Housing
  3. Hitotsubashi University
  4. “Economic Analysis of Quality of Housing-Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of Policy-“

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Naohiko IJIRI

  1. International trade, Foreign Direct Investment, Moltinational firms
  2. International trade and Non-tariff barriers
  3. Nottingham University,UK
  4. Ijiri et al. (2010), “Outsourcing to China”, D.Greenaway et al.(ed.), China and the World Economy, Palgrave,Chapter 10, pp.135-164

Shuichi IKEMOTO

  1. Comparative Economic Systems
  2. Economies in Transition
  3. Hitotsubashi University
  4. “The Mass Privatization in the Economics of Transition”, Keizai Shushi Vol.68 No.4, January, 1999

Masashi INDEN

  1. Japanese Language and Literature
  2. Modern Japanese Literature
  3. Waseda University
  4. Inden, Masashi, Sense and Being: question to “Grounds” around Riichi Yokomitsu,Tokyo: Meijishoin, 2014

Takahiro ISASHIKI

  1. Philosophy
  2. Analytic Metaphysics
  3. Tokyo University
  4. Metaphysics of Temporal Modality: What is the Present, the Past, and the Future, Keisou Shobou, 2010

Noriko ISHIDA

  1. Institutional Economics
  2. 1) Historical consideration of Thorstein Veblen’s economic thought
    2) Transformation of economic and social thought around the turn of the 20th century’s America
    3) Research program on methodology of economics and social science (as a comparative study of John Stuart Mill)
    4) War and economics
  3. Chuo University, Graduate School of Economics
  4. “The Place of Mechanism in Veblen’s Evolutionary Economics,” KEIZAI SHUSHI: The Nihon University Economic Review Vol. 84 No. 3, October 2014.(in Japanese)
    “Young Veblen on Kant’s Kritik der Urteilskraft: Tracing the Roots of Evolutionary Economics,” KEIZAI SHUSHI: The Nihon University Economic Review Vol. 84 No. 2, Joly 2014).(in Japanese)
    “Methodology of Economic Science in Early Thorstein Veblen: Between Scientific Reasoning and Practical Guidance,” Doctoral Dissertation (Chuo University), vi+205pp., March 2012.(in Japanese)

Keiko ISHIKAWA

  1. Auditing
  2. Public Accounting / Public Auditing
  3. Graduate School of Business Administration, Meiji University
  4. Performance Auditing in Local Government, March 2011

Noriko ITOH

  1. Media English, Communicative English
  2. English, French and Japanese of Sociolinguistics
    Guido F. Verbeck
  3. Columbia University, Teachers College, New York, U.S.
  4. “British Complaints about Non Delivery of Carpet”, Research Bolletin Liberal Arts No.27, October, 1998
    “Guido F. Verbeck- A Life of Determined Acceptance” Ayumu Shuppan, August3, 2012

Hiroshi IWADE

  1. Human Resource Management
  2. HRM in Japan
  3. Nihon University
  4. “HRM in the Future”, Senbundo, 2009, “Lecture HRM”, Senbundo, 2007

Hideyuki IWAMA

  1. Principles of Education
  2. The Philosophy of Education
  3. Tsukuba University
  4. “Socrate’s Doctrine of the ‘Unity of Virtue and Knowledge’, The Philosophy of Education No.62, November, 1960