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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)

  • Development of Chinese tea beverage in comparative analysis of Japan and China tea industry
  • Comparison of Banking Systems in China and Japan
  • Policies to protect Chinese economy from the negative effects of Aging
  • A Research on the Birth Plan of Chinese women
  • Research on the investment strategy of Japanese enterprises to China
  • China and Malaysia relations-For “One Belt And One Road”
  • Study on development of tourism industry for Japanese in Vietnam
  • Accepting Technical Intern Trainees From Southeast Asian Countries: Problems And Challenges
  • Study on Cash-less payment in Japan
  • Future Development Of Sharing Economy In Japan
  • The Current Situation and Issues of Cross-border E-commerce in China
  • Factor decomposition of gender wage gap in Chinese urban labor market
  • Employment of Japanese companies ―Foreign workers, advanced human resource development
  • The structure of cosmetics industry in China and Japan is different
  • A study on bidding system in public works (analyzing the scoring auctions in which bids are evaluated by their quality/ price ratios)
  • Challenges and prospect on promoting Japanese FDI in Vietnam
  • Trade War of China–United States —Subsidy Policy—
  • Review of the percentage of women representatives in local assemblies in Japan
  • A Case Study About Microfinance Status In Nepal And Increasing Labor Immigrant
  • Development Of Inbound Market and Firm‘s Response of Laox-Case
  • Delvelopment of Electronic Commerce in China and its Comparison with Japan
  • Tourism theory of China and Japan
  • Polarization of Financial Policy of Developed Countries and Developing Countries
  • Analysis on the adverse selection of China’s endowment insurance market
  • Determinants of Japanese Companies’ Foreign Direct Investment in Vietnam

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, 2020)

Educational
and research field

Class subjects

Credits

Teachers

Economics Microeconomics 4 OKAZAKI Tetsuro
Macroeconomics 4 SHIRAISHI Kousuke
Economic Policy 4 OYAMA Masako
4 Not offered
Economic Statistics 4 SARUYAMA Sumio
Financial Economy 4 TAKAHASHI Masahiko
Game Theory 4 KASAJIMA
Yoichi
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, 2020)

Educational
and research field

Class subjects

Credits

Teachers

Economics Microeconomics 4 OKAZAKI Tetsuro
Macroeconomics 4 SHIRAISHI Kousuke
Economic Policy 4 OYAMA Masako
History of Japanese Economy 4 Not offered
Public Finances 4 Not offered
Economic Statistics 4 SARUYAMA Sumio
Financial Economy 4 TAKAHASHI Masahiko
Game Theory 4 KASAJIMA
Yoichi
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