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GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS

International Economics Course

Topics of master’s theses (for 2016)

  • Public Debts and Its Sustainability in Japan
  • Development change in Chinese present-day agriculture
  • Does Money Cause Deflation?
  • Consideration of foreign relations centering on Russian aircraft industry
  • Asian infrastructure investment bank (AIIB) construction and future development
  • About the relationship between economic development and environment pollution in China
  • Employment of the Elderly and the Pension Provision in China
  • The development of insurance in china
  • A Welfare Analysis in a Cournot Competition Model on Trading of Cultural Goods
  • Research on the liberalization of capital in China
  • China : The influence that family registration system gives for the gulf between the rich and the poor
  • The Thinking of China’s Planned Economy

Credits and Degrees

Master’s Program

Requirements for completion

Number of credits to be obtained

Class subjects

Lecturers
Foreign languages

24 credits
*Including four credits in the major subjects

At least 32 credits in total

Seminars 8 credits

Research guidance

A master’s thesis

Master (Economics)

Doctoral Program

  • At least three extra years of school attendance
  • At least 16 credits to be obtained in the specified subjects
  • Foreign language proficiency tests
  • Research presentation
  • Doctoral thesis

Doctor (Economics)

Courses and teachers in the master’s program (as of April, 2017)

Educational
and research field

Class subjects

Credits

Teachers

Economics Microeconomics 4 OKAZAKI Tetsuro
Macroeconomics 4 SHIRAISHI Kousuke
Economic Policy 4 IKEDA Takanobu
Economic Statistics 4 YOSHIKAWA Norio
Financial Economy 4 OGURI Seiji
History of Japanese Economy 4 SHIMIZU Youji
Industrial Organization 4 TANNO Tadanobu
International political economy International Economy 4 HATTORI Tetsuya
International Trade 4 NAKAZAWA Eichi
International Finance 4 TAKAHASHI Tomohiko
Economic Development 4 MATSUI Kenichiroo
International Politics 4 ABE Matsumori
International Laws 4 Not offered
International Tax Laws 4 IWASAKI Keiichi
International Relations 4 HAMAGUCHI Yuko
Modern Japanese Economics 4 YAMAMOTO Takashi
Regional Chinese Economy 4 KOBAYASHI Kazuaki
Economy in Southeast Asia 4 INOUE Osamu
Economy in Russian 4 HIDAI Takeo
American Economy 4 EMA Akio
Economy in Middle East 4 TACHIBANA Toru
European Economy 4 Not offered
Practical studies Multinational Enterprise 2 CHIKUBU Takao
Natural Resources and Energy 2 MAEDA Chihiro
Demography 2 SATO Ryuzaburo
Corporate Finance 2 WADA Minoru
Service Economy 2 CHIKUBU Takao
Venture Business 2 IMAMURA Akira
Computer and Information Sciences 2 MORI Sonoko
Data Analytics 2 MORI Sonoko
Foreign languages Study of Foreign Literature 4 OKURA Masao
Study of Foreign Literature 4 TAURA Gen
Writing and Expression 4 ONODERA Michiko

≪Notes≫

  • The class subjects with the ● mark in the table are each accompanied by an eight-credit seminar.
  • The configuration of class subjects for the doctoral program is the same as that in the above table except that “Advanced Lectures” to be attached to each class name is changed to “Special Studies” and the number of accompanying seminar credits is 12 instead of eight.

Purpose and basic policy on educational research