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GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS

International Economics Course (Master’s Degree Program)

Topics of master’s theses (for 2019)

  • Can 300,000 foreign student plan secure high-quality human resources?
  • Possibility of DE-dollarization in Southeast Asia
  • The housing price of China -Comparison with land price in japan-
  • The finance of “One Belt One Road”
  • Study on the stability of Moroccan society after “The Arab Spring” -why the damage by terrorism has been relatively insignificant-
  • Progress of Fintech with Cashless settlement
  • International Trade in Digital Content Goods
  • Human Capital and Economic Growth: Empirical Study on Vietnam
  • The Present Condition and Challenges of Technical Intern Training Program -Focusing on Vietnamese case-
  • Sugar Industry of Japan in Pre-war and Post-war
  • Can the universal supply of medical services be realized by the resolution of the problem of uneven distribution or the shortage of doctors?
  • Labor Migration and Remittance Inflows to Nepal -A case study of Dolakha District Bigu, Nepal-
  • A Study of Market Status and reliability in Thailand Electronic Commerce
  • Japanese companies promote direct investment to Viet Nam thought Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership
  • Empirical analysis of consumer preferences in new energy vehicles
  • Can Chinese Farmers Be Secured in Their Remaining Years Under the Chinese Basic Pension Program?
  • About the way of energy -Comparing Japan, Germany and France-
  • Voting behavior in national election by education using social capital
  • The analysis of negative interest rate policy’s impact to the economic growth of developed countries
  • The Impact of Population Aging on the Economic Growth in China
  • A study of capital turnover by the means of direct financing of private company -Focusing on the corporate bond-
  • East Japan Railway Company Case: Privatization Experience and Study

Credits and Degrees

Master’s Degree 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)

Courses and teachers in the master’s degree program (as of April, 2019)

Educational
and research field

Class subjects

Credits

Teachers

Economics Microeconomics 4 OKAZAKI Tetsuro
Macroeconomics 4 SHIRAISHI Kousuke
Economic Policy 4 OYAMA Masako
Public Finances 4 Not offered
Economic Statistics 4 SARUYAMA Sumio
Financial Economy 4 TAKAHASHI Masahiko
Game Theory 4 Not offered
History of Japanese Economy 4 Not offered
Industrial Organization 4 TANNO Tadanobu
International political economy International Economy 4 HATTORI Tetsuya
International Trade 4 ICHIKAWA Tetsuro
International Finance 4 TAKAHASHI Tomohiko
Economic Development 4 MATSUI Kenichiroo
International Politics 4 ABE Matsumori
International Laws 4 Not offered
International Relations 4 HAMAGUCHI Yuko
Modern Japanese Economics 4 YAMAMOTO Takashi
Regional Chinese Economy 4 TANAKA Osamu
Economy in Southeast Asia 4 INOUE Osamu
Economy in Russian 4 HIDAI Takeo
American Economy 4 NAKAJIMA Jo 
Economy in Middle East 4 TACHIBANA Toru
European Economy 4 Not offered
Practical studies Multinational Enterprise 2 UJIIE Saeko
Natural Resources and Energy 2 MAEDA Chihiro
Demography 2 SATO Ryuzaburo
Corporate Finance 2 NISHIYAMA Kengo
Service Economy 2 UJIIE Saeko
Venture Business 2 MORISHITA Tadashi
Computer and Information Sciences 2 MORI Sonoko
Data Analytics 2 MORI Sonoko
Foreign languages Study of Foreign Literature 4 Not offered
Writing and Expression 4 ONODERA Michiko

≪Notes≫

  • The class subjects with the ● mark in the table are each accompanied by an eight-credit seminar.

International Economics Course (Doctoral Degree Program)

Credits and Degrees

Doctoral Degree 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 doctoral degree program (as of April, 2019)

Educational
and research field

Class subjects

Credits

Teachers

Economics Microeconomics 4 OKAZAKI Tetsuro
Macroeconomics 4 SHIRAISHI Kousuke
Economic Policy 4 OYAMA Masako
Public Finances 4 Not offered
Economic Statistics 4 SARUYAMA Sumio
Financial Economy 4 TAKAHASHI Masahiko
Game Theory 4 Not offered
History of Japanese Economy 4 Not offered
Industrial Organization 4 TANNO Tadanobu
International political economy International Economy 4 HATTORI Tetsuya
International Trade 4 ICHIKAWA Tetsuro
International Finance 4 TAKAHASHI Tomohiko
Economic Development 4 MATSUI Kenichiroo
International Politics 4 ABE Matsumori
International Laws 4 Not offered
International Relations 4 HAMAGUCHI Yuko
Modern Japanese Economics 4 YAMAMOTO Takashi
Regional Chinese Economy 4 TANAKA Osamu
Economy in Southeast Asia 4 INOUE Osamu
Economy in Russian 4 HIDAI Takeo
American Economy 4 NAKAJIMA Jo 
Economy in Middle East 4 TACHIBANA Toru
European Economy 4 Not offered

≪Notes≫

  • The class subjects with the ● mark in the table are each accompanied by an eight-credit seminar.

Purpose and basic policy on educational research