Faculty Members

Faculty supervisors are marked with an asterisk (*).

(Alphabetical order / Incumbent, 2017)

Economics

PositionNameArea and SubjectResearch Theme(s)
*Professor Yuko Arayama Economic Theory EconomicTheory and Applications
*Professor Hideaki Fujii Environmental and Natural
Resource Economics
Study of Energy Economics and Sustainable Development
*Professor Atsuko Fujino Labor Economics Empirical Research for socioeconomic factors of population problems
*Professor Atsuo Fukuda Corporate Finance Empirical Research on Japan's Capital Markets and Corporate Finance
*Professor Tadashi Fukui Economics of Social Security Public Policy for Heterogeneous Individuals who Confront Lifecycle Uncertainty
*Professor Fujio Goto Theory of Economic Systems Comparisons of Various Economic Systems Including North Korea
*Professor Kazuhito Habara Theory of International Finance Theory of International Finance, International Economics
*Associate Professor Chie Hanaoka Health Economics Health Economics
*Professor Yoshio Iida Public Economics Experimental and theoretical study of the valuntary contribution to a public good
*Professor Tomoyuki Kamo Microeconomics General Equilibrium Theory, Mathematical Economics
*Associate Professor Yoshitaka Kawagoshi Theory of International Trade Theory of International Trade and Multinational firms
*Associate Professor Hiroshi Kitamura Applied Microeconomics Market Diffusion and Exclusive dealing
*Professor Nobuhisa Namimatsu Agricultural Policy History of Agricultural Science in Britain and Japan
*Professor Yoshiko Nishimura Finance Financial behaviour of households
Associate Professor Akihiko Noda Econometrics Financial Econometrics, Applied Time Series Analysis, and International Finance
*Professor Hidenori (Sobei) Oda Microeconomics Growth and Income Distribution Theory, Experimental Economics, Experimental Philosophy, Computability
*Professor Mitsuji Okamoto Japanese Economy Economic Development of Japan (Analysis of Medium- and Long-Term Issues)
*Professor Yoshifumi Okawa International Economics International Economics and International Technology transfer
*Professor Tatsuhiko Onishi Theory of Small-and-medium-sized Enterprises Study various problems in local industries from the viewpoint of the theory of small business
*Professor Hitoshi Osaka Development Economics Economic Growth in Asia
*Professor Kentaro Saito European economic history Labour history of Britain, Comparative studies in labour history
*Associate Professor Koji Sakai Monetary and Financial Economics Corporate Finance, Banking, and Financial Markets
*Associate Professor Shizuka Sekita Japanese Economy Empirical Analysis of Household Behavior
*Associate Professor Jungwook Shim Business Economics Empirical analysis of family business using long term data on Japanese listed companies
*Professor Kota Sugahara Local Public Finance Regional Competition under Decentralization, Interregional Disparity in Fiscal Power
*Professor Shiro Takeda Enviromental Economics Climate Change Policy (Emissions Trading System), Computable General Equilibrium Analysis
*Professor Toshiaki Tamaki Economic History History of North European Trade from the 16th through 18th Centuries
*Professor Yasushi Tanaka Labor Economics Human capital theory, OJT, University enrolment rate and its determining factors, Economical Inequality
*Professor Akira Terai Macroeconomics Macroeconomics and the Japanese Economy, Inflation, Expectations
*Professor Tomoyoshi Terasaki Urban economics Analysis of urban structure, Evaluation of urban agglomeration
Assistant Professor Masashi Ueda Information Economics Socio-Economic Analysis of Network Economics, Economic Analysis of Platform Services
*Professor Katsuhiro Yamada Theoretical Economics Dynamic Adjustment, Simulation Analysis
*Professor Futoshi Yamauchi Economic History of Japan Economic History of Early-Modern and Modern Rural Society in Japan
*Associate Professor Hiroyuki Yashio Japanese Tax System Empirical Analysis of the Effects of Taxes on Japanese Economy
*Professor Kazuo Yoshida Finance Mathematical public Finance, Japanese style Management, Nonlinear Ecnonomic Dynamics
*Professor Cen Zhiwei Chinese Economic Theory The theoretically and empirically analysis of the economic growth of China