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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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Kenji MASUDA

  1. Business Statistics
  2. Statistics
  3. Keio University
  4. “The Unbiased Estimation of the Proportion on A Given Domain of the Multivariate Normal Distribution Based on the Sufficient Statistics”,TRU Mathematics Vol.16 No.2, November, 1980

Rikiya MATSUKURA

  1. Population Economics
  2. Population trends in aging, fertility, and mortality, age structural transitions, household savings, female labor force participation, the elderly in the work force, social security, and intergenerational transfer accounts
  3. Nihon University
  4. Is low fertility really a problem? Population aging, dependency, and consumption, 2014. Science. Vol. 246. pp. 229-234. Late marriage and less marriage in Japan, 2001. Population and Development Review, Vol. 27-1. Pp. 65-102

Jun MATSUMOTO

  1. Business History
  2. The social influence of the Vocational Education Movement in the 19th century London
  3. Meiji University
  4. ‘A Discussion of the Introduction of Technical Instruction by Small- and Medium- Scale Merchants and Manufacturers in the End of 19th Century Britain’, Japan Business History Review, Vol.36, No.2, September 2001

Katsuo MATSUOKA

  1. Mathematics
  2. Theory of Function Spaces, Real Analysis
  3. Keio University
  4. Integral operators on $B_{\sigma}$-Morrey-Campanato spaces, Rev. Mat. Complut., 26 (2013), 1–32 (with Y. Komori-Furuya, E. Nakai and Y. Sawano)

Masaichiro MINAMI

  1. International Economics
  2. International Economics, International Monetary Economics
  3. Osaka City University
  4. “Japanese Economy under External Pressures”, in “The Turning Point for Japanese Financial System”, edited by Institute for Economic Research, Osaka City University, University of Tokyo Press, July, 1998

Hidetoshi MITSUI

  1. Securities Market
  2. Option Pricing, Financial Econometrics
  3. Tokyo Metropolitan University

Izumi MITSUI

  1. Management Theory and Principles
  2. History of Management Thought, Management Philosophy, Business Anthropology
  3. Aoyamagakuin Univ.
  4. Book: Management Philosophy – Business Anthropological Study – (Mitsui, Sumihara, Watanabe edt., PHP,2008)

Daisuke MIYAKAWA

  1. Financial Economics, Japanese Economy
  2. Primary: Financial Intermediation, Venture Capital, Corporate Finance, Asset Pricing
    Secondary: Macroeconomics, Firm & Institutional Dynamics, Economics of Relation
  3. University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), U.S.
  4. Miyakawa, D. and S. Watanabe (2014), “What Determines CDS Prices? Evidence from the Estimation of Protection Demand and Supply,” forthcoming in International Review of Finance.

Naomi MIYASATO

  1. Welfare Economy
  2. Intergenerational Redistribution, Social Security under Uncertainty
  3. The University of Tokyo
  4. “A Dynamic Macroeconomic Analysis on Public Pension Reform for Achieving Intergenerational and Intragenerational Equality” (with Yoshihiro Kaneko) Kikan Syakaihosyo kenkyu, Vol.37, No.2, pp.174-182. 2001

Hirohide MORI

  1. English as a Foreign Language
  2. Applied Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
  3. University of California, Los Angeles (Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics, 2002)
  4. “Interactional Feedback and Instructional Counterbalance”, Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 28, 2, 269-300, 2006 (Co-authored with Roy Lyster)

Eigo MURAKAMI

  1. Labor Economics
  2. Migrant Workers in Japan
  3. Yokohama National University
  4. “International Relocation of Production Process and Introduction of Migrant Workers in Japanese Garment Industry”, Shakai-seisaku Gakkai Shi (The Journal of Social Policy and labor Studies),No.7,March 2002
    “The Consequences of Policy Reform: Japanese Industrial Training Programs and Female Migrant Workers”, Journal of International Economic Studies, No.21, The Institute of Comparative Economic Studies, Hosei University, 2007

Tetsuro MURAOKA

  1. Physical Education
  2. Neurophysiology
  3. The university of Tokyo
  4. “Ipsilateral wrist-ankle movements in the sagittal plane encoded in extrinsic reference frame.” Neurosci Res. 2013 April;75(4):289-94
    “Corticospinal excitability modulation in resting digit muscles during cyclical movement of the digits of the ipsilateral limb.” Front hum neurosci. 2015 9:607

Kazuhiko MURATA

  1. Lecture of Business Management
  2. Business Management and Civil Life
  3. Hitotsubashi University
  4. Principles of Business Management, Chuoh Keizai publishing Co. 2006

Naoki MURATA

  1. Financial Accounting
  2. Canal and Railway Accounting History
  3. Nihon University
  4. “Railway Accounting History” Nihon Keizai Hyoron, 2001

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Masayuki NAKAGAWA

  1. Public Economics
  2. Experimental and Empirical Analyses for Urban Housing Policy
  3. Institute of Social and Economic Research, Osaka University
  4. “Why is there discrimination against the elderly?”, ISER Discussion Paper No.578, 2003
    “Analysis of Age Discrimination in the Rental Housing Market in Japan”,ISER Discussion Paper No.577, 2003

Mitsuhiro NAKAMURA

  1. English Language
  2. Phonetics, Cognitive Science
  3. University College London, U.K.
  4. “Characterising Vocalisation of /l/ in English.” Proceedings of ASST 2010, Melbourne, Australia
    “L-vocalisation in English: an articulatory and acoustic analysis.” Proceedings of ICPLA 2010, Oslo, Norway

Yasuhiko NAKAMURA

  1. Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
  2. Microeconomics
  3. Gunma University
  4. “Stable Market Structures from Merger Activities in Mixed Oligopoly with Asymmetric Costs, ” Journal of Economics, 98(1), pp.1-24, September 2009 (with Yoshio Kamijo)

Yasuhiro NAKASHIMA

  1. Biology
  2. Reproductive strategies in nudibranchs
  3. Kyoto University
  4. Sekizawa A., Seki S., Tokuzato M., Shiga S. & Nakashima Y.:Disposable penis and its replenishment in a simultaneous hermaphrodite., Biology Letters vol.9 (2013)

Barry NATUSCH

  1. English Language
  2. Sociolinguistics
  3. Massey University, N.Z.
  4. “Signals: A Dictionary of Communicative Expressions”, Tokyo: Nanundo Press, 1998

Shihoko NEMOTO

  1. Environmental Economics
  2. Consumption/Tranport and Environmental problems
  3. Hitotsubashi University
  4. “CO2 Emissions Associated with Foods Throughout Distribution Channels from Points of Production to a Consumer”, Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, Japan ,Vol.5, No.1, pp.116-124, January, 2009

Naomi NEMURA

  1. Ethics
  2. Ethics: Cyberculture Studies, Posthumanism, Bioethics, Gender Studies
  3. Ochnomizu University
  4. Ⅰ. Books
    1) A Challenge of Contemporary Ethics: Self-Determination and Gender for Realization of Mutal Respect, Gakujutsu Shuppankai, 2013
    2) Various Aspects of Bioethics, Soeisha, Sanseido Shoten, 2001
    Ⅱ. Books, editor and author,
    1) Rethinking Care and Sexuality, Health and Gender Ⅳ, Akashi Shoten, 2007
    2) Health, Body and Gender, Health and Gender Ⅲ, Akashi Shoten, 2005
    3) Health, Sexuality and Gender, Health and Gender Ⅱ, Akashi Shoten, 2003
    4) Health, Body and Gender, Akashi Shoten, 2000, co-edited by Hiroko Hara

Nobuko NISHIWAKI

  1. organization theory and management
  2. professional service firm and knowledge intensive organization
  3. Kyoto University
  4. A major academic achievement in books or articles

Akira NISHIYAMA

  1. Macroeconomics
  2. Poverty alleviation. Economic growth. Gender inequality. Development economics.
  3. 1) 2011, “Economic growth and infant mortality in developing countries,” European Journal of Development Research Vol.23, No.4 (September), pp.630-647
    2) (with Michael Bleaney), 2002,“Explaining growth: A contest between models,” Journal of Economic Growth Vol.7, No.1 (March), pp.43-56

Yoshihiko NITTA

  1. Information Science, Artificial Intelligence, Programming, Mathematical Informatics, Linguistic Informatics
  2. Computational Linguistics, Artifical Intelligence, Machine Translation, Natural Language Processing, Language Education
  3. Stanford University, U.S.
  4. ・Priciple of Machine Translation and Its Practical Use,Akashi Publishing (2012)
    ・Foreign Language Education Using Classical Transfer-Based Machine Translation Technique, Recent Advances in Computer Science and Information Engineering, LNEE 126, Springer-Verlag(2012)pp.453-450,
    ・Regular Expression and Text Mining, revised ed. Akashi Publishing (2008)

Namiko NUMAO

  1. Public Finance
  2. Local Public Finance
  3. Keio University
  4. ‘Prospects for a Self-Sustainable local Fiscal System’, Furukawa&Menju ed. “Japan’s Road to Pluralism -Transforming Local Communities in the Global Era”, Chap.6, JCIE, 2003

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Masaaki OBA

  1. Production and Manufacturing Management
    Management information Ttheory
  2. Production Scheduling
  3. Yokohama National University
  4. “Delivery Management”, Collaborated with Naoshi Wakatsuki, Nikkankogyo-Shinbunsha, January, 2001
    “Production Management Technology and Strategy Outline”, Collaborated with Hiroaki Fujikawa, Bunsindo, May, 2010
    “Management Information System and Business Processes Management”, Collaborated with Hiroaki Fujikawa, Souseisya, May, 2012

Kazuhiko ODAKI

  1. Economic Policy
  2. Economic Policy, Macroeconomics, Human Capital, Productivity

Yuko OGASAWARA

  1. Sociology
  2. Sociology of work, Sociology of family, Gender Studies
  3. University of Chicago, U.S.
  4. “Office Ladies and Salaried Men : Power, Gender, and Work in Japanese Companies”, University of California Press, 1998

Naohiro OGAWA

  1. Population economics
  2. Population trends in aging, fertility, morbidity and mortality, age structural transitions, household savings, female labor force participation, the elderly in the work force, social security, and intergenerational transfer accounts
  3. University of Hawaii, U.S.
  4. Clark, R., N. Ogawa, and A. Mason (eds.) 2007, Population Aging, Intergenerational Transfers and the Macroeconomy, Cheltenham, UK & Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar.
    Tuljapurkar, S., N. Ogawa, and A. H. Gauthier (eds.) 2010, Ageing in Advanced Industrial States: Riding the Age Waves Volume 3, Springer.
    Ogawa, N. and I. H. Shah (eds.) forthcoming, Low Fertility and Reproductive Health in East and Southeast Asia, Springer.

Naoko OKAMOTO

  1. German
  2. Immigration and Integration Policy in Germany
  3. Tokyo Gakugei University
  4. “A Study of Multicultural Societies :The Transformation in Germany and the Future of Japan”, Kawasaki Promotion Agency of Lifelong Learning, 2008

Shin OMORI

  1. Corporate Strategy
  2. Corporate Strategy and Management
  3. Graduate School of Business Administration, KOBE UNIVERSITY
  4. “The Relationship Among Corporate Strategy, Organization and Practice “The Academic Association for Organizational Science,Vol.48-3, pp29-40, 2015

Harunobu ONAGI

  1. Social Security
  2. Social Security System in Japan and Germany
  3. Nihon University
  4. “A Historical Analysis of the Formation of the Social Security System”, Keizai Shushi Vol.64 No.2, July, 1994

Philippe ORSINI

  1. Modern enterprise, International Business
  2. International Business, Foreign Subsidiary Staffing, Multicultural Individuals
  3. Keio University
  4. “Foreign subsidiary staffing and performance: A competency-based view of expatriate managers in Japan”, proceedings of the AJBS 26th conference (Istanbul, July 2nd & 3rd 2013), pp. 1102-1124

Hideo OSAWA

  1. Statistics
  2. Operations Research
  3. University of Electro-Communications
  4. “On Output Processes of Synchronization Queues”, International Transactions in Operational Research Vol.8 No.2, March, 2001
    “Elementary Statistics”, Azusa Shuppan, Marh, 2011

Hideya OTA

  1. Public Policy Planning, Housing and Real Estate Management, Emergency Restoration
  2. Housing and Real Estate Management
  3. Tokyo University
  4. A major academic achievement in books or articles

Akira OTSUKI

  1. Theory of Management Information, Data Processing Theory, Information Technique Theory
  2. Big Data Engineering, Big data Science, Bibliometrics
  3. Keio University, Japan
  4. AkiraOtsuki: Big Data Analysis, Lambert Academic Publishing (ISBN-10:3659383066), 2013

Masahiro OUCHI

  1. Macroeconomics
  2. Macrodynamics, Investment Theory
  3. Graduate School, Chuo University
  4. Toichiro Asada and Masahiro Ouchi (2009) , A Keynesian Model of Endogeneous Growth Cycle, R. O. Bailly (ed.) Emerging Topics in Macroeconomics, Nova Science Publishers, New York