Faculty, J-L

Individual Data

Faculty (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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Osamu KAKUTA

  1. Political Economy
  2. Capital Export and Industrialization
  3. Tokyo Metropolitan University.
  4. “Japanese MNCs and East Asian Economic Development in the Early 90s”, Economy and society No.1, 1994

Yoshihiro KAMIMURA

  1. Economic History
  2. Study on the Factorage System
  3. Nihon University.
  4. “A study on the financial History of the Cotton Plantation in the United States”, Kazamashobo, 1995

Koichi KANADA

  1. Politics
  2. Public Policy Theories
  3. Waseda University.
  4. “Modern Welfare State and Freedom”, Shinhyoron, 2000

Sadao KANAYA

  1. General Economics
  2. Macroeconomics, Growth theory, Population growth
  3. University of Rochester
  4. “Economic Growth and Demographic Transition”, Keizai-Shushi, 2006

Masami KARASAWA

  1. Japanese and Japanese Literature
  2. Japanese Literature in the KAMAKURA period
  3. Nihon University.
  4. “A Study of The Udaijin-ke-utaawase(Waka Match)in 1217(Kenpo 5)”, RESEACH BULLETIN Liberal Arts No38 Nihon University College of Economics, 2002

Yoko KASANUKI

  1. English
  2. Cognitive Linguistic Study of Tropes
  3. The University of Tokyo
  4. The Cognitive Basis of Compound Tropesノ KLS 22 (2002)

Kazue KATO

  1. English, Second Language Acquisition
  2. Second language acquisition, English Teaching
  3. University of Essex, UK
  4. ‘Phoneme confusion errors: English /b-v/, /s-θ/, /r-l/ contrasts produced by Japanese native speakers’, Studies in Japanese Language Teaching,12,2006,p.82~94

Kazusei KATO

  1. The American Economy
    Transportation Economics
  2. -Highway Finance System and Relation among Federal, State and Local Governments in the United States -Airport Finance
  3. Doshisha University
  4. -America Keizai no Ayumi (A History of US Macroeconomy, co-author, 2011)
    -Koku no Keizaigaku (Aviation Economics, Minerva-Shobo, co-author/editor, 2006)
    -Kotsu no Sangyo Renkan Bunseki (I-O Analysis on Transportation, Nihon Hyoron Sha, co-author,2006)
    -America ni okeru Kotsu to Chiikikaihatsu (An Evaluation of Appalachian Regional Development Programs Centering on the Economic Impact of Highway Construction, Kokon Shoin, 2002) -Intamodarisum (Intermodalism, Keiso Shobo, co-author, 1999)

Kyoko KATO

  1. Human Resource Management
  2. Human Resource Development
  3. Nihon University
  4. “New Trends in HRD within Japanese Companies: The Characteristics and Issues of Elective HRD Programs Introduced after Collapse of the Bubble Economy” Keizai Shushi, Vol.74(4),179-193, 2005

Masumi KAWADE

  1. Public Economics
  2. Redistribution between inter- and intra-generation, Public Debt, Public Investment
  3. University of Tokyo
  4. “Public debt and economic growth in an aging Japan, ” Kaizuka and Krueger ed., Tackling Japan’s Fiscal Challenges: Strategies to Cope with High Public Debt and Population Aging, Palgrave Macmillan, Ch.3 (with T. Ihori, R. R. Kato and S. Bessho)

Shigeru KAWASAKI

  1. Economic Statistics, Statistical Methods
  2. Economic statistics, official statistics, demographic statistrics

Makoto KISHIDA

  1. Economic history of Japan
  2. Economic history of Japan from the twentieth century onwards
  3. Keio University
  4. 1) Kiyoshi Hamano, Shigehiko Ioku, Muneyoshi Nakamura, Makoto Kishida,
    Masakazu Nagae, Toshiaki Ushijima, “Economic History of Japan 1600-2000”, Keio University Press, 2008
    2) Makoto Kishida, ‘The city of Tokyo foreign loan negotiations and the external financial policy of the Kenseikai government, 1924-1927’, Socio-Economic History, Vol.68, No.4, November, 2002
    3) Makoto Kishida, ‘The South Manchurian Railway foreign loan negotiations and Japan’s external financial policy, 1927-1928’, Socio-Economic History, Vol.65, No.5, January 2000

Shinji KOBAYASHI

  1. Game Theory, Mathematics for Economists
  2. Game Theory, Contract Theory
  3. Purdue University, U.S.
  4. “Process Innovation with Spillovers in Dynamic Oligopoly and Feedback Equilibrium”

Masao KOGURE

  1. Industrial Relations, Employment Relations
  2. The study of the Japanese employment relations.
  3. Graduate School of Economics, Nihon University
  4. Yozo Yabe and Masao Kogure et.al, “The Transfiguration and Dynamism in Japan’s Photo Industry”, Nikkeihyoronsha, 2006

Yasuyuki KOMAKI

  1. Theories of Business Cycles
  2. Real-Time Data Analysis, Forecasting, Monetary and Fiscal Policy anlysis using Real Time data
  3. Tsukuba University
  4. “Forecast Errors Measurement Errors in Preliminary GDP Estimates”, Journal of political economy and commercial science, Vol.191, No.1(20050100) pp. 1-15
    “A comparison of survey-based expectations of foreign exchange rates using the JCIF and the WEIS survey”, Economic Review, Vol.58, No.2 2007 with Kazumi Asako, Yasushi Hayashi, Toshiki Jinushi,Yosuke Takeda
    “Economic data and Policy making”, Nihon Keizai book,pp.1-314,2015

Katsuyuki KONDO

  1. Lecture of Health Promotion
  2. Sports Psychology,Coaching
  3. Graduate School of Literature and Social Sciences,Nihon University
  4. An Analysis of Ambulant Japanese Track Sprints for the London Paralympic Games,Japanese Society of Sports for Persons with Disabilities,22,pp27-33,December,2013

Naoyuki KUIDA

  1. English language
  2. English grammar and usage
  3. University of Birmingham, U.K.
  4. “A Study of Modal Auxiliary Verb could implying accomplishment”, Journal of English Language and Literature, Vol.52, pp.180-200, 2004

Hyeog Ug KWON

  1. Microeconomics, Managerial Economics
  2. Productivity analysis, Managerial economics, Industrial Organization
  3. Hitotsubashi university
  4. Why Did Japan’s TFP Growth Slow Down in the Lost Decade?: An Empirical Analysis Based on Firm-Level Data of Manufacturing Firms” joint with Kyoji Fukao, Japanese Economic Review, 2006, Vol.57,195-228