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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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Shozaburo TACHIKAWA

  1. Tax law
  2. Corporation tax law to activate Japanese ecterprisess
  3. Management Faculty of Yokohama national university
  4. “Japanese Consolidated Corporation Tax” Okura zaimu kyokai, Jan, 2004. “Discussion draft on the attribution of profits to permanent Establishment / OECD report” Japan tax Association, May, 2006
    “The 0utline and theory of Japanese corporation tax”, Horei Shuppan , Aug, 2011

Ryohei TAKEHIRO

  1. History
  2. Japanese Ancient History
  3. Nihon University
  4. “Cognition of ‘Emishi’ in the Eighth Century and its Change”
    Bulletin of the National Museum of Japanese History, Vol.84 ,March, 2000

Koji TAKENAKA

  1. Economic Policy
  2. “Regulatory Economics, Industrial Economics”
  3. Graduate School of Tokyo University
  4. “Takenaka ed. Comprehensive Analysis of City Gas Industry in Japan, March, 2008, NTT Publishing Company.”

Manami TAMURA

  1. English
  2. Victorian Literature and Culture
  3. Nagoya University
  4. “Mission: The Female Calling and a Writer’s Vocation” in Society and Culture in the Times of Elizabeth Gaskell, ed. by Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Keisuisha, 2010
    “Charity/Philanthropy in ‘Bleak House’”, The Japan Branch Bulletin: The Dickens Fellowship 33 (2010): 52-63

Mikio TERASAWA

  1. Introduction to Information Technology
  2. Computer Graphics, Collective Intelligence
  3. Graduate School, The University of Tokyo
  4. “M.Terasawa and F.Kimura Rendering Objects with Small Elements Based on Their Micro and Macro Structures”, Proc. Computer Graphics International 98, pp.268-272, June, 1998

Koichiro TEZUKA

  1. Industrial organization
  2. Industrial organization, transportation economics, and economic analysis of energy industry
  3. Hitotsubashi University
  4. “An equilibrium price model of spot and forward freight markets, ” Transportation Research Part E, vol. 48,2012 (with M. Ishii and M. Ishizaka)
    “Relationship between CAPMβand market changes in the Japanese liner shipping industry, ” Maritime Policy and Management, vol. 39, 2012.(with M. Ishii and M. Ishizaka)

Shiori TOKUNAGA

  1. Spanish
  2. Morphosyntax of Spanish, Contrastive Analysis of Japanese and Spanish, applied linguistics
  3. Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain
  4. Clases aspectuales de verbos y restricciones aspectuales de la formacion pasiva en japones, Tesis doctoral, Madrid, Publicaciones de la Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Coleccion de Tesis en Microficha, 2001

Kenta TOYOFUKU

  1. Monetary economics, Microeconomics
  2. Monetary economics, Banking
  3. University of Tokyo
  4. Stability or restructuring? Macroeconomic dynamics under soft budget constraint problems Economic Systems 2013/12

Tadahiro TSUJI

  1. Economic Development
  2. Economic Development in Developing Countries.
  3. Nihon University
  4. TSUJI Tadahiro et al eds.(2015) Rebirth of the Silk Road and a New Era for Eurasia, Yachiyo Shuppan.

Takao TSUKAMOTO

  1. History of Economics, Micro-Economics 1, Seminar(Institutional Economics)
  2. American Institutional Economics
  3. Nihon University
  4. “How Did Commons Understand Veblen’s Concepts of Intangible Propery and Good-will?,” Keizai Shushi, College of Economics, Nihon University,Vol.85 No.2&3, 2015, pp.35-49

Daisuke TSURUTA

  1. Corporate Finance
  2. Corporate Finance, Applied Microeconomics
  3. Graduate School of Economics, University of Tokyo
  4. Tsuruta, Daisuke (2008), “Bank Information Monopoly and Trade Credit: Do Only Banks Have Information of Small Businesses?”, Applied Economics, Volume 40(8), April, p.981 – p.996

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Tsuneyuki UEKI

  1. Microeconomics, Principles of Economics
  2. Microfoundations of Macroeconomics, Environmental Economics, Uncertainty and Non-Linear Models
  3. Nihon University
  4. “Real Business Cycle Theory and Microfoundations of Macroeconomics”, Research Bulletin No.23, 1997

Katsuhiko URABE

  1. Human Geography
  2. Agricultural Geography and Geography Education
  3. Nihon University
  4. “The Basis of Development for Nursery Plant Production Area in Utsubegawa Fan, Mie Prefecture” Geographical Review of Japan, Vol.69A No.5, 372-352,1996   “Some problems of reading and interpreting topographic map in Japanese geographical education” Map, Voi.48 No.2, 35-42, 2010