Curriculum Vitae



Hashimoto Tsutomu

Name: Tsutomu Hashimoto

Date of Birth: 29 December 1967.

Date of Place: Tokyo, Japan.

Office: Faculty of Economics & Business Administration, Hokkaido University

Office Address: Kita-ku Kita 9 Nishi 7, Sapporo, Japan, 060-0809

Tel: +81-11-716-2111, Fax: +81-11-706-4947


Fields of interest

Philosophy of Science, Economic Philosophy, Theory of Politics, Economic Sociology



Academic and Educational Career


April 1986     Matriculation in Yokohama National University, Faculty of Economics.


March 1990     Graduation from Yokohama National University, Faculty of Economics. My major is international financial economics. The title of the Dissertation paper is “Hayek’s Denationalization of Money and the monetary system”. (Japanese)


April 1990     Entering the master course of Yokohama National University, Faculty of Economics.


April 1991     Entering the master course of Tokyo University, Graduate Division of International and Interdisciplinary Studies. My major is Interdisciplinary Social Sciences (under professor Ryuichiro Matsubara).


March 1993     Master Degree. The title of my master thesis is “The ideological foundations of open society: the problem of thought-ladenness on methodology of Popper, Mises and Hayek.” (Japanese)


April 1993     Entering Doctor course of Tokyo University, Graduate Division of International and Interdisciplinary Studies.


April 1995 to March 1996     A researcher of Japan Academic Institute.


April 1996 to March 1998     Full-time Lecturer of Hokkaido University, Faculty of Economics & Business Administration. My lecture is History of Economic Ideas.


April 1998 to March 2011     Associate Professor at Hokkaido University, Faculty of Economics & Business Administration.


September 1999     Ph.D. at Tokyo University. The title of my doctor thesis is “Method and Person: Liberalism as a Project” (Japanese).


September 2000 - June 2002    Visiting Scholar at New York University, the faculty of economics, especially in the colloquium of the Austrian Economics


April 2003 - May 2003     Special Lectures at Chaoyan University in Taiwan (4/23-5/2).


February 2004     Invited Lecture at Annual Forum of Korean Hayek Society (2/20-2/21).


November 2004     Special Lectures at 21st century program of Kyushu University


May 2006     Invited Presentation at 19th Annual Conference of Korean Socio-Economics Society (5/18-5/20)


April 2008 to March 2010     A member of monthly review committee in Asahi newspaper company


September 2008    Series of Lectures in Shoukoku-temple at Kyoto (9/8, 9/12, 9/17, 9/25)


October 2008 to September 2014     a cooperated member of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science


April 2011 -     Professor at Hokkaido University, Faculty of Economics & Business Administration


October 2011-     A member of the Research Center for Economic and Business Network in Hokkaido University


April 2012-    An editorial committee member of Hokkaido University Press

July 2014-     An executive committee member of Hokkaido University Press



Selected Publications


Books (Japanese)


1.     Tsutomu Hashimoto, The Logic of Liberty: Popper, Mises and Hayek, Tokyo, Soubunsha, 1994 (Japanese)


2.     Tsutomu Hashimoto, Philosophical Anthropology of Social Sciences: A Project of Liberalism, Tokyo, Keiso-shobo, 1999.9 (Japanese)


3.     Tsutomu Hashimoto, Naoto Hashimoto and Yoshiro Yano eds., Toward a New Century of Max Weber, Tokyo, Miraisha, 2000 (Japanese)


4.     Tsutomu Hashimoto and Hiroyuki Okon eds., The Economics of Austrian School: A Systematic Introduction, Tokyo, Nihonkeizai-hyoronsha, 2003.3 (Japanese).


5.     Tsutomu Hashimoto, Conditions on Empire: Principles of Cultivating Freedom, Tokyo, Koubundo, 2006 (Japanese)


6.     Nobuo Suzuki, Tsutomu Hashimoto etc eds., Economic Thought, 11vols. Tokyo, Nihonkeizai-hyoronsha, 2004-, esp. Hashimoto Tsutomu edited 8th volume, 2006 (Japanese)


7.     Tsutomu Hashimoto and Yano Yoshiro eds., A Debate on Max Weber in Japan, Kyoto, Nakanishiya, 2007 (Japanese)


8.     Tsutomu Hashimoto, How to Live with Freedom: Japanese Experiences on Liberty, Tokyo ,Chikuma-Shobo, 2007 (Japanese)


9.     Tsutomu Hashimoto, Economic Ethics = What is your Ideological Tendency?, Tokyo, Kodansha, 2008.10 (Japanese)


10.     Tsutomu Hashimoto, Sociology of Freedom, Tokyo, NTT Press, 2010.12 (Japanese)


11.     Tsutomu Hashimoto, Economic Ethics and Modern Ideologies, Kyoto, Shoukoku-temple education committee, 2009 (Japanese)


12.    Tsutomu Hashimoto, Lost Modernity: A New Driving Force of Capitalism, Tokyo, Kobundo, 2012.5 (Japanese)


13.    Tsutomu Hashimoto, A Method of Studies, Tokyo ,Chikuma-Shobo, 2013 (Japanese)


14.    Tsutomu Hashimoto ed. Contemporary Economic Thought, Tokyo, Keiso Shobo, 2014 (Japanese)



Papers (English)


1.     “The Purpose and Significance of the Methodology of the Social Sciences in the Age of Scientism”, in Economic Journal of Hokkaido University, vol.29, 2000.7.


2.     “On the Sense of Equilibrium,” paper presented at the Austrian Colloquium of New York University, 2001.10.


3.     “The Immanence of the Invisible Hand,” paper presented at the Hokkaido meeting of the history of economic ideas, 2002.12.14.


4.     “On Market Order: Four Tensions on Market Theories in Neo-Austrian Economics,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of the History of Economic Ideas in Japan, 2003.5.24. (in Kyoto)


5.     Japan’s Lost Decade and the Structural Reform: From a Hayekian Perspective,” in Annual Forum Pamphlet of Korean Hayek Society in 2004, (a paper presented at Korean Hayek Society 2004.2.20. at Bukak Park Hotel in Seoul.)


6.     “Carl Menger and the Later Austrian School of Economics: An Analysis of their Methodological Relationship,” in Austrian Economics in Transition: From Carl Menger to Friedrich Hayek, eds. by Harald Hagemann, Tamotsu Nishizawa and Yukihiro Ikeda, Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, pp.310-328.


7.     “On the Concept of Positive and Negative Freedom,” in José Rubio Carrecedo ed., Political Philosophy: New Proposals for New Questions, Proseedings of the 22nd IVR World Congress Granada 2005, volume II, Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie (ARSP) Beiheft Nr.107, Franz Steiner Verlag, 2007, pp.73-78.


8.     “Reformulation of the Theory of Spontaneous Ordering,” a paper presented at the Annual Conference of Korean Socio-Economic Society, May 19th, 2006.


9.     “A Theoretical Reconstruction of Hayek’s Spontaneous Ordering,” a paper presented at the 19th Conference of the History of Economic Thought Society of Australia, 4-7 July, 2006.


10.    “Ideological Categories in Economic Thought” (Session 4: Religion, Ethics and Economics, Session Chair: John Vint) at Annual Conference of History of Economic Thought in Australia, on 4th, July, 2013, at University of Western Australia, Business School.

Hashimoto Tsutomu, “Ideological Categories in Economic Ethics,” in 冊子『朝暘科技大学 跨域整合 學産升格論壇 大会手冊』、20155月刊、17-30頁、所収.

Liberalism and Chinese Economic Development: Perspectives from Europe and Asia, Monday, September 12, 2016 - 2:00pm to Tuesday, September 13, 2016 - 5:30pm, Aix-Marseille University, France.


11.    “On demarcation problem between libertarianism and neoliberalism” in XXVI World Congress of Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy, 21st to 27th July 2013, Campus of the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil. on 23rd, session: Law and State, ID=302. XXVI World Congress of Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy


12.    “A Theory of Methodology in Social Sciences: A Functional Analysis” Hougaku-Ronshu, Chiba University, Vol.29, No.1-2, 2014.8. pp.596(27)-560(63).


13.    “Discourses on Neoliberalism in Japan,” in Eurasia Border Review, Vol.5, No.2, Fall 2004, pp.99-119.


14.    “Capability as Potentiality”, paper presented at The 13th Conference of the International Society for Utilitarian Studies, 2014.8.21. at Yokohama National University.


15.    “Interview with Gregoire Canlorbe,” mineo



Articles and Papers (Japanese)


1.     “Friedrich A. Hayek: To Use the Act of Spontaneous Order in Society” in H. Ohta etc. eds., History of Economic Thought, Nagoya, Nagoya UP, 1995.


2.     “On World 4”, in T. Kawakami and R. Nagao eds., The Philosophy of Open Society: Karl Popper and Today, Tokyo, Miraisha, 1994.


3.     “Critical Study on A. Shutz’s Methodology: from its Austrian Connection”, in Japanese Sociological Review, vol.46, No.2, 1995.10.


4.     “Carl Menger and the Later Austrian School of Economics: An Analysis of their Methodological Relationship”, in Komaba Studies in Society, Tokyo Univ., vol.4, 1994.


5.     “An Analytical Theory of Spontaneous Order”, in Soubun, no.343, 1993.


6.     “Labyrinth of Hayek: on Methodological Transformation Problem”, in Gendai-shiso, vol.19-12, 1991.12.


7.     “A Self-reference Theory of Money and its Performative Order Theory”, in The Annual of the Society of Economic Sociology, no.17, 1995.10.


8.     “Inter-disciplinary Study of Economic Ethics: P. Koslowski’s Project”, in The Annual of the Society of Economic Sociology, no.18, 1996.10.


9.     “A Study of Luhmann’s Wissenschaftssystem”, in Economic Studies in Hokkaido University, 1996.


10.     “The Modern Subject: on Hiroshi Orihara’s Academic and Political ideas in the face of Student Movement in Japan”, in Situation, 1996.12.-1997.3.


11.     “Interpretation and ‘the Problem-Subject’: Charles Taylor’s Self-interpretational Being and its Liberal Alternative”, in Economic Studies in Hokkaido University, 1997.


12.     “Recent Significances of Liberalism”, in Riron-Sensen, no.54, Spring, 1998, pp.48-64.


13.     “Fighting Subject: from Zenkyoto to Liberalism”, in Situation, 1999. 4, pp.39-58.


14.     “How possible to make a Liberal Society?”, in Masachi Osawa ed. Shakaigaku-no-Chi 33, Shinshokan, 2000.


15.     “George Soros: Enterprise to Open Society”, in Inter-Communication, winter 1999.


16.     “On Hayek’s Theory of Evolution”, paper presented at Japanese Society of History of Economics, 1999 autumn.


17.     “Ludwig von Mises,” with Hiroyuki Okon, in Hashimoto and Okon eds., The Economics of Austrian School, Nihon-Hyoronsha, 2003.


18.     “Knowledge Theory of the Austrian School”, in Hashimoto and Okon eds., The Economics of Austrian School, Nihon-Hyouronsha, 2003.


19.     “Methodology of Austrian School,” with Leslie Webb, in Hashimoto and Okon eds., The Economics of Austrian School, Nihon-hyouronsha, 2003.


20.     “What is the Austrian School of Economics: for its understanding and development”, in Hashimoto and Okon eds., The Economics of Austrian School, forthcoming, 2003.


21.     “Social Sciences and Subject: A Basic Problem in Weberian Investigation”, in T. Hashimoto, N. Hashimoto and Y. Yano eds., Toward a New Century of Max Weber, Tokyo, Miraisha, 2000.


22.     “What is a ‘Recognition of Reality’?: Enlightenment by Formal Ideal Types”, in Situation, 2000.7.


23.     “On scope and significance of ‘world 4’”, in Japan Popper Society ed., Critical Rationalism, Miraisha, 2002.


24.     “Market Process Theory in Austrian Economics”, in Hashimoto and Okon eds., The Economics of Austrian School, Nihon-Hyouronsha, 2000.


25.     “Orihara Hiroshi’s Academic-Educational Theory and its Stance”, in Sohkan Shakaikagaku group eds., Weber, Durkheim and Japanese Society, Harvest. 2000.


26.     “Some Proposals for the Reform of National Universities in Japan”, in Ronza, Oct., 2000.


27.     “Reconstitution of the American Hegemony: on the world after 9.11. Terrorist attack,” in Risen, no.67, 2001 winter, pp.50-66.


28.     “Apologetic Accounts on Terrorism,” in Jokyo, 2002.3, pp.188-209.


29.     “The current stream on the Neo-Austrian Economics,” in Journal of the History of Economics in Japan, no.42, 2002.11, pp.118-127.


30.     “Al Queda and Post-modernism,” in Jokyo, 2003.3, pp.152-171.


31.     “1968 revolution and the omnipotent desire: an inheritance from literary ironist to liberalism,” Juuryoku, no.2, 2003.3, pp.112-128.


32.     “Four Ideologies after 9.11. Terrorist attack,” Risen, no.72, 2003 spring, pp.94-111.


33.     “A Political Philosophy of Empire,” Jokyo, 2003.6. pp.160-171.


34.     “Ludwig von Mises”, in Tsutomu Hashimoto and Hiroyuki Okon eds., The Economics of Austrian School: A Systematic Introduction, Tokyo, Nihonkeizai-Hyoronsha, 2003.3, pp.89-113.


35.     “Methodology,” in Tsutomu Hashimoto and Hiroyuki Okon eds., The Economics of Austrian School: A Systematic Introduction, Tokyo, Nihonkeizai-Hyoronsha, 2003.3, pp.151-174.


36.     “Knowledge Theory,” in Tsutomu Hashimoto and Hiroyuki Okon eds., The Economics of Austrian School: A Systematic Introduction, Tokyo, Nihonkeizai-Hyoronsha, 2003.3, pp.199-222.


37.     “Market Process Theory,” in Tsutomu Hashimoto and Hiroyuki Okon eds., The Economics of Austrian School: A Systematic Introduction, Tokyo, Nihonkeizai-Hyoronsha, 2003.3, pp.245-270.


38.     “What is an Austrian Economics?,” in Tsutomu Hashimoto and Hiroyuki Okon eds., The Economics of Austrian School: A Systematic Introduction, Tokyo, Nihonkeizai-Hyoronsha, 2003.3, pp.367-381.


39.     “De-constructing Richard Rorty,” Riron-Sensen, no.74, 2003 autumn, pp.66-87.


40.     “Did Max Weber commit a sin?: on the first round of Hanyu-Orihara Debate,” Mirai, 2004.1. no.448, pp.8-17.


41.     “Liberalism and Analytical Marxism,” Shiso (Iwanami), 2004.9. no.965, 140-157.


42.     “F. A. Hayek,” in Suzuki Nobuo, Hashimoto Tsutomu etc eds., Economic Thought, vol.8, Tokyo, Nihonkeizai-Hyoronsha, 2006, pp.249-307.


43.     “Distribution as freedom: A liberal basis on the principle of distribution,” in Nakamasa Masaki ed. Areteia vol.5: Community and Justice, Ochanomizu-shobo, 2004.12.


44.     “A theory of evolution in a postmodern society: From a perspective of spontaneitizm,” Riron-Sensen, no.80, 2005 Summer, pp.124-145.


45.     “Liberalism and its public sphere: A model of public sculpture square,” in Nakamasa Masaki ed. Areteia vol.7: Globalism and Civil Society, Ochanomizu-shobo, 2006.5.


46.     “A critical examination on a theory of self-ownership libertarianism,” in The Annuals of Legal Philosophy 2004, 2005.9, pp.18-29.


47.     “Growth-oriented reconstitution of the public sphere,” in Inoue Tatsuo ed., Legal Philosophy as Public Philosophy, Nakanishiya, 2006.9, pp.70-91.


48.     “From welfare to workfare: Clinton administration’s policy,” in Riron-sensen, no.84, 2006 summer, pp. 102-117.


49.     “Soda Kiichiro: A Japanese philosopher of economics,” in Suzuki Nobuo, Hashimoto Tsutomu etc eds., Economic Thought, vol.9, Tokyo, Nihonkeizai-hyoronsha, 2006, pp.397-440.


50.     “On exoteric and esoteric writings of Leo Strauss,” in Ratio, no.2, 2006 autumn, pp.182-208.


51.     “Standing on a slippery slope: reappraising consequences of deliberation,” in Sobun, 2005.1-2. no.472, pp.52-56.


52.     “Economic-sociology,” in Utsunomiya Kyoko ed., Sociology for Beginners, Minerva, 2006.


53.     “On economic ethics of small government,” in Economics Seminar, no.612, 2006.1, pp.36-39.


54.     “The first political philosophy of 21st century: Himmelfarb and Strauss,” in Sobun, 2006.6.


55.     “Soda Kiichiro on Money and Reason,” Economic Studies in Hokkaido University, Vol. 56, No. 2, 2006.11, pp.147-152.


56.     “A Horizon of conversion: Keynes and Hayek,” Daikoukai, 2006.12, pp.117-127.


57.     “Reformulation of the Public Sphere in the Process of Deregulation of Japan Postal Service,” in Kouei-Kigyou (public corporations), 2007.5, pp.2-11.


58.     “Welcome to a recent debate on Max Weber in Japan,” in Tsutomu Hashimoto and Yano Yoshiro eds., A Debate on Max Weber in Japan, Kyoto, Nakanishiya, 2008, pp.1-15.


59.     “How a global publicness is possible?” in Tatsuo Inoue ed., Iwanami Lecture Series of Philosophy vol.10: Philosophy of Society and Publicness, Tokyo, Iwanami-Shoten, 2009, pp.151-168.


60.     “A New Logic of Left wing liberalism: on Negri and Guattari’s New Sphere of Freedom,” in Joukyo, July/August, 2008, pp.74-86.


61.     “A vision on the reform of NHK (Japan Broadcasting Corperation,” in Nakanasa Masaki ed., Areteia vol.9: Theory and Reality in Social Theory, Ochanomizu-Shobo, 2008.2, pp.213-254.


62.     “How to make a World Government,” in Sekai, 2007.12, pp.118-128.


63.     “A Critical Examination on Neoliberalism,” Jokyo, 2008. 1-2, pp.89-97.


64.     “On Empire of Contemporary Russia,” Jokyo, 2008.5, pp.156-173


65.     “Counter-creative life: a response to the fundamental issue of Labor Philosophy,” Shiso-Chizu, vol.2, pp. 93-114.


66.     “No one can totally deny neoliberalism,” Kazuya Serizawa and Chiki Oguiue eds., Wisdom for Changing Japan, Kobunsha, 2009.5, pp. 281-342.


67.     “11 thesis on Marxism,” Jokyo, 2009.6, pp.110-117.


68.     “On Basic Income,” in Seikatsu Keisai Seisaku, no.154, 2009.9, pp.27-30.


69.     “A recent diastrophism in Economic Ethics: non-inclusive ethics of scattered-self,” Sobun, 2010.12, pp.1-5.


70.     “A Stance of Overall Freedom,” in Masaki Nakanasa ed., Areteia vol.12: Liberty and Autonomy, Ochanomizu-Shobo, 2010.9, pp.23-50.


71.     “Paradoxes in Globalization: across border networks through criticism on Neoliberalism,” in Takashi Oshimura ed., Discovery of the Politics vol.8: Transgression, Tokyo, Hukou-sha, 2010.12, pp. 103-136.


72.     “Matters on Post-Fordism: an idea of counter-creativity,” in Yuki Honda ed., Reexamination on Labor, Tokyo, Ohtsuki-shoten, 2010.11, pp.255-285.


73.     “Exodus: how is the second economic growth era possible?” in At-2 Plus, 2010.8, pp.118-129.


74.     “Four types of philosophical stances on economic ethics: What are the stances of executives,” Business Ethics, 2011.2, pp.11-13.


75.     “Triad Theory of Order: on Inoue Tastuo’s theory of Liberty,” Trends in Academy, 2011.1, pp.84-86.


76.     “Critical Examination on Michael Sandel’s Theoretical Core,” in TASC, 2011.2, pp. 8-13.


78.     “The Nature of the crisis in front of us: on the nuclear power plant disaster,” Situation (Joukyo), 2011. 6-7, pp. 115-128.


79.     “Keynes and Neoliberalism,” in Japan Keynes Association ed., Reading Keynes in Crisis, Tokyo: Sakuhin-sha, 2011, pp. 192-215.


80.     “Charles Taylor,” in Ohsawa Masachi ed., 25 Thinkers after 3.11, Extra edition of Thinking O, Tokyo: Sayu-sha, 2012, pp. 197-207.


81.    “Green Innovation,” in The Annals of Research Center for Economic and Business Networks (Hokkaido University), Vol.1, 2012.3. pp. 75-96.


82.    “Law and its Publicness – Four stages of public space in legal process,” in Theory of Law, Vol.31, pp. 57-77.


83.    “Falibilism and Maturism in Legal process,” in Tatsuo Inoue ed. Frontiers of Legisprudence Vol.1, Kyoto: Nakanishiya, 2014.7. pp. 150-168.


84.    “Yasuma Takata’s Power Theory,” in Takenori Inoki and Rüttermann, Markus, Public and Private, Government and People in Modern Japan, Tokyo: NTT Press, 2014.10, pp. 249-264.


85.    “Transfiguration of Criticisms on Neoliberalism: M. Lazzarato and F. Lordon,” Annuals of the Society of Economic Sociology, Vol.26, 2014.9, pp. 140-149.


86.    “Work – What is an ideal work?” in Tsutomu Hashimoto ed. Contemporary Economic Thought, Tokyo: Keiso Shobo, 2014.10, pp.115-138.


87.    “A Philosophical Foundation of Welfare State (1): Capability as Potentiality,” Shiso (Iwanami), 2015.4., no.1092, pp.51-71.


88.    “A Philosophical Foundation of Welfare State (2): Capability as Potentiality,” Shiso (Iwanami), 2015.5., no. 1093, pp.68-87.


89.    “For Communitarianism: A Reformulation of the concept,” Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Vol. 25, 2015.3., pp. 123-128.


90.    “War on Terrorism,” in Nishitani Osamu et al., Thoughts on War 2015, Kawade-shobo Shinsha, pp. 148-159.


91.    “A Social Contract among Non-independent Men: A Firing Range of Libertarian Paternalism,” in Uchida Ryuzou ed., Quests for Contemporary Society and Human Being, Serica-Shobo, 2015.11., pp.377-397.


92.    “A Critique of Libertarian Paternalism: What kind of Intervention be legitimized? (1),” Shiso (Iwanami), 2016.8, no.1108, pp.63-77.


93.    “A Critique of Libertarian Paternalism: What kind of Intervention be legitimized? (2),” Shiso (Iwanami), 2016.9, no.1109, pp. 109-129.


94.    “An Ideal of Education on Economic Ethics: in the light of my Typology of “What is your Ideology” and its Questionnaire Survey,” Economic Education, Vol.35, pp.4-9.


95.    “Modernity and Public Sphere: A Critique of Habermas,” in Endo Kaoru, Sato Yoshitomo, and Imada Takatoshi eds., Restoration of Social Theory: Beyond Social System Theory and Recursive Self-organization, Minerva-shobo, 2016.12, pp. 111-134.



Translations (into Japanese)


1.       Deborah A. Redman, Economics and the Philosophy of Science, Oxford University Press, 1991 Tokyo, Bunkashobo-Hakubunsha, 1994, translated with Hiromichi Urakami.


2.       Peter Koslowski, Ethik des Kapitalismus mit einem Kommentar von James M. Buchanan, Tubingen, J.C.B.Mohr, 1995. Tokyo, Shinsei-sha, 1996, translated with Naoshi Yamawaki.


3.       Gerald P. ODriscoll and Mario J. Rizzo, The Economics of Time and Ignorance: with a new introduction, Routledge, 1996 Tokyo, Keiso-shobo, 1999, translated with Masako Inoue and Chizuko Hashimoto.


4.       Roger Mason, The Economics of Conspicuous Consumption: Theory and Thought since 1700, Edward Elgar, 1998. → Nagoya, Nagoya University Press, 2000, translated with Nobuo Suzuki and Tetsuo Taka.




Other Writings and talks


1.   “A Small Dictionary of Sociology” in Understanding Sociology: AERA MOOK, Ashahi, 1996, (Japanese).


2.   “Translators Introduction to Peter Koslowskis Ethik des Kapitalismus, in Peter Koslowski, Ethik des Kapitalismus mit einem Kommentar von James M. Buchanan, Tubingen, J.C.B. Mohr, 1995. Tokyo, Shinsei-sha, 1996, (Japanese).


3.   “Ethics for Informational Revolution”, in CBS Center Flash, Cannon, 1996.4, (Japanese).


4.   Word items for Dictionary of Sociological Literature: “Jevons’s Theory of Political Economy”, “Pigou’s The Economics of Welfare”, “Hicks’s Value and Capital”, “Marshall’s Principles of Economics”, “Walras’s Elements d'economie politique pure”, “Mandeville’s The Fable of the Bees : or, Private Vices, Publick Benefits”, Tokyo, Koubundo, 1998, (Japanese).


5.   Word items: “Market Socialism”, “Social Democracy”, “Hegemony”, “Corporatism”, in Inoue Tatsuo etc. eds., Iwanami Shin-Tetsugaku-Lectures 7 : Liberty, Utopia, Power, Tokyo, Iwanami-shoten, 1998., (Japanese).


6.   Word items for Dictionary of Economic Thought, “Libertarian”, “Popper”, “Lakatos”, “Logical Positivism”, “Logical Empiricism” “Falsificationism”, Methodological Individualism and Holism”, Tokyo, Maruzen Press, 2000, (Japanese), forthcoming.


7.   Economic Columns 1998.1.1998.12, in The Book Review Press, Tokyo, (Japanese): Cult Economic Ethics: Alternatives for Japanese Business System?, 1998.1.17., Occult Neo-liberalism?: Anti-Enlightenment in Enlightened Age, 1998.1.31., Crisis for Japan Ministry of Finance: Is Conservative Revolution Possible?”, 1998.2.28., “The Point of Philosophical Issue for Economic Reformation: Four Viewpoints”, 1998.3.28., “Social strata of Economic Debate: Resentment Hypothesis generated from Economic”, 1998.5.2., “Paradox on Needs for Economics : Declining Economics Faculty”, 1998.5.30., “Imagination of World System Theory: On Wallerstein”, 1998.6.27., “20th’s Socialism: Military Totalitarian ?”, 1998.7.25, “Living in Market Chaos: Contemporary Economic Ethics”, 1998.9.5., “Reading on Monetary Theories: New Theoretical Trend?”, 1998.10.3, “Reading on Monetary Theories: New Theoretical Task”, 1998.10.24, “Search for new conception of Capitalism: Affirming and Restricting Market”, 1998.12.5,


8.   “Upward Critical Rationalism versus Growth-Oriented Rationalism”, in Popper Letters,. vol.10. no.1, 1998, (Japanese).


9.   “Fighting Liberalism”, in Riron-sensen, no.56, autumn, 1998, (Japanese).


10.   “Democracy”, in A Tree of Philosophy, Koudansha, 2001, (Japanese).


11.   “Imagination of Liberalism (1), (2), (3)”, in Hyouron, 1999.2(no.111), 1999.4(no.113), 1999.6(no.115), (Japanese).


12.   Word items for Dictionary of Political Sciences, Tokyo, Koubundo, 2000, “Individualism”, “Economic Calculation Debate of Socialism”, “Liberty”, “Escape from Freedom”, “Liberalism”, “Hayek”, “Open Society”, “Free Competition”, “E. Fromm”, “Popper”, Monetarism”, “Invisible Hand”, “Constitutional Economics”, “Libertarian”, “Historicism”, (Japanese), forthcoming.


13.   “Market and Knowledge: On Modern Austrian Economics”, in The Annual of the Society of Economic Sociology, no. 21, 1999, pp.100-102, (Japanese).


14.   “Robert Reich’s ‘The Works of Nations’”, in Masachi Ohsawa ed., 50 Books on Nationalism, Heibonsha, forthcoming, 2001, (Japanese).


15.   “On Reform of National Universities in Japan: What Liberalism can criticize,” in Associe News Letter, No.9, 2000.1.


16.   “10 Books on Liberalism,” in Inter-Communication, spring 2000, (Japanese).


17.   “A Letter from New York, December 2000,” Sobun, no.428, 2001.01-02, pp.37-42.


18.   “A plan for the reform of university in the light of liberalism,” in SENKI, 2001.7.15.


19.   “Recognition through Defensive Instinct,” in Inter-communication, vol.39, 2002.1. winter, pp.159-160.


20.   “Rethinking on the empire of united states,” in Tosho-Shinbun, 2001.12.11.


21.   “Who is Ayn Rand?,” in Inter-communication, vol.40, 2002.3. spring, pp.32-33.


22.   “One year after Terrorist Attack,” in Hyoron, 2002.10, pp.8-9.


23.   “Reflection on the Seiyu-Motomachi accident,” in Sharibari, 2002.12. No.250, pp.21-24.


24.   “Requirements for a new mayor of Hokkaido,” in Quality, 2003.2, p.70.


25.     “Interview on Ideological Trends on Globalization and our responses: an antagonistic consciousness for the hegemony,” in Research Journal of Hokkaido University a graduate students’ council, 2003.3, pp.14-18.


26.   “Cultivating a political sense of civil society to cope with the world disorder,” Economics Seminar, 2003.8, No.583, pp.32-33.


27.   “Essays on Liberty: Watching our liberal but illiberal society,” in Sharibari, every month from 2004.4. to 2007.3.


28.   “Socialist calculation debate,” pp.36-37, “Liberty,” pp.38-41, “Neo-Austrian School,” pp.50-53, “F. A. Hayek, The Road to Serfdom,” pp.110-113, L. von Mises, Human Action,” pp.114-117, “F. A. Hayek, Law, legislation and Liberty,” pp.126-129, “Column: Nietzsche and Libertarianism,” pp.178-182, in Susumu Morimura ed. Reading Libertarianism, Tokyo: Keiso-Shobo, 2005.


29.   “Standing on a slippery slope: consequences of deliberation,” in Soubun, 2005.1-2, No.472, pp.52-56.


30.   “The first political philosophy in 21st century: Hinmelfarb and Strauss,” Soubun, 2006.6, No.487, pp.1-5.


31.   Word items for Dictionary of Modern Ethics, Tokyo, Koubundo, 2006, “corporatism,” “social democracy,” “elite,” “socialism,” “Marxism,” “modern (modernism),” “managed society,” “Binnenmoral/ Aussenmoral,” “charisma,” “counter culture,” “hero,” “globalization,” “constructivism,” “university reform,” “postwar democracy,” “bureaucracy,” “Zenkyoutou,” “ethics of belief/ ethics of responsibility,” “Max Weber.”


32.     Interview, “A Real Politician needs to have some endowments,” Ningen-Kaigui, 2007, summer, pp.102-107.


33.     Newspaper Article, “A Spell of Capability Ideology,” Hokkaido-Shinbun, evening edition, 2008.1.25. p.7.


34.     Newspaper Articles, “Ethical issues of capitalism: 21 century and its civilization,” a series, 2008. 2. 19.-2008. 3. 3, in Nikkei Shinbun, (1) Avoiding “collision,” 2/19, p.27, (2) Background of erroneous calculation, 2/20, p.29, (3) Basis of the new conservatism, 2/21, p.27, (4) Neoliberalism, 2/25, p.25, (5) Trade promoting democratization, 2/26, p.31, (6) Improving Governance trough tariff system, 2/28, p.25, (7) Importance of a design, 2/29, p.31, (8) Tobin Tax, 3/3, p.21.


35.   “My Reading Diary no.2, learning from ancient India,” in Keizai Seminar, 2008.5, pp.106-107.


36.   Talk Session, “Sub-culture in Japan and Neoliberalism,” with Suzuki Kensuke, at Junk Bookstore in Tokyo Ikebukuro, on 6/March/2008, delivered via TBS web radio: http://www.tbsradio.jp/life/cat199/


37.   Newspaper Article, “As a ‘device’ of new publicness: a Touyako Summit,” in Asahi-shinbun, evening edition, 15, July, 2008, p.12.


38.   “My Reading Diary no.4, Original versions of Libertarianism from Japan,” Keizai Seminar, 2008.7, pp.100-101.


39.   “Akihabara Accident as an Ideological Terrorism,” Hon (Kodan-sha), 2008.8, pp.58-60.


40.   “My Reading Diary no.6, Dionysus Labor opens a new period,” Keizai Seminar, 2008.9, pp.118-119.


41.   “My Reading Diary no.8, Securing the labor in income differentiated society,” Keizai Seminar, 2008.11, pp.116-117.


42.   “Puzzler and the spirit of thought: writing to the publication of Second half of the Collected Works of F. A. Hayek in Japan,” Shunjyu, 2008.12, pp.1-4.


43.   Dialogue, Suzuki Kensuke, Serizawa Kazuya, Hashimoto Tsutomu, in Serizawa Kazuya ed., Aspiring Freedom, Popura-sha, 2008.


44.   “My Reading Diary no.10, A Season of harvest in Political Philosophy,” Keizai Seminar, 2009.1, pp. 130-131.


45.   Radio on air talk, “Che Guevala in 2009,” TBS Cultral Talk Radio, 2009.1.17, 20:00-21:00. with Suzuki Kensuke.


46.   Interview Article, “Economic Thought: Arguing Crisis: Market as a field of spontaneous growth,” Yomiuri Shinbun, 2009.4.20, p.19.


47.   “Why Che Guevala is now booming?,” Economist, 2009.3.10, pp.77-79.


48.   “Giants of Economic Thought no.1, Adam Smith,” Shoukou-Nippon, 2009.4, pp.12-15.


49.   Dialogue, Kayano Masato, Hashimoto Tsutomu, “Re-setting critique,” Planets, Vol.6, 2009.5, pp.192-205.


50.   “Giants of Economic Thought no.2, J.S. Mill,” Shoukou-Nippon, 2009.5, pp.12-15.


51.   Special Lecture, “Economic Ethics = What is your Ideological Tendency?” Ryukoku Economic Literature, Vol.48, No. 3-4, 2009.3, pp.213-235.


52.   Music Essays, Actio, 2009.7.-2010.3.


53.   “Giants of Economic Thought no.3, Karl Marx,” Shoukou-Nippon, 2009.6, pp.12-15.


54.   “Giants of Economic Thought no.4, David Ricardo,” Shoukou-Nippon, 2009.7, pp.14-17.


55.   “Giants of Economic Thought no.5, J.M.Keynes,” Shoukou-Nippon, 2009.8, pp.14-17.


56.   Dialogue, Uno Tsunehiro, Oguiue Chiki, Hashimoto Tsutomu, “On Code Guias,” in Critical Zero, Jyusou-sha, 2010.


57.   “Giants of Economic Thought no.6, Thostein Veblen,” Shoukou-Nippon, 2009.10, pp.14-17.


58.   “Giants of Economic Thought no.7 (Last), Adam Smith,” Shoukou-Nippon, 2009.10, pp.14-17.


59.   Television Talk, BS Fuji, Prime News, 2010.4.4. 13:00-14:00


60.   Interview joint Article, “Analyzing 15 themes in Japan and World with Political Philosophy,” Touyou-Keizai, 2010.8.14-21, pp.38-49.


61.   “What ideal is the idea of the least unhappy society?,” Asashi WebRonza, 2010.6.29.


62.   “Reducing Pension, Raising Sales Tax, We need both,” Asashi WebRonza, 2010.7.29.


63.   “Criticizing Communitarian Republicanism in Michael Sandel,” Asashi WebRonza, 2010.8.29.


64.   “Facebook rises beyond Apple and Google,” Asashi WebRonza, 2010.10.1.


65.   “Dialectics of Anti-Japan Sentiment,” Asashi WebRonza, 2010.11.1.


66.   “Toward its core of Normative Theory,” Usami Makoto ed., Between Law and Economics, Keiso-shobo, 2010.11, pp.191-195.


67.   “What is the Justice? On the first Dialogue of Ohsawa Masachi and Miyadai Shinji,” Asashi WebRonza, 2010.12.3.


68.   Interview, “On value changes: through the book, How to Live with Freedom”, Great Books for Business and Life, Nikkei BP Mook, 2011.1. pp.42-45.


69.   Interview, Let’s Talk about your Justice, Nikkei Associe, 2011, spring, pp.


70.   Special Lecture, “Non-recognized Self in the Society of Recognition,” Tokyo Minato-ku Takanawa Center Hall, with Suzuki Kensuke et al., 2011.1.30. 16:00-18:00.


71.   “Coming the Age of Lost-Modernity,” Asashi WebRonza, 2011.1.5.


72.   “A Tribe of Solitude: is it a deficit of Free Society?,” Asashi WebRonza, 2011.2.2.


73.   “A Miracle? Revolution in Egypt,” Asashi WebRonza, 2011.3.1.


74.   “From Society of Revolution to Society of Recognition,” Asashi Journal, 2010.3.15, pp.39-41.


75.   “What was the problem of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Explosion?,” Asashi WebRonza, 2011.3.31.


76.   “Who can be responsible to Nuclear Power Plant?,” Asashi WebRonza, 2011.5.2.


77.   “What was the problem of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant Explosion? No.2,” Asashi WebRonza, 2011.5.16.


78.   Newspaper Article, “Thinking about the Earthquake and its aftermath,” Asahi Shinbun (Hokkaido Edition), 2011.5.30.


79.   Newspaper Article, “Market Mechanism for the Electric Energy Supply,” interviewed by Sano Tomoko, Hokkaido Shinbun, 2011.9.7. p.25.


80.   Report Summary, “Reorganization of Labor and its underground,” Annual Report of Socio-economc Association, Vol. 33, 2011, p.36.


81.    “Commentary on Max Weber’s Power and Rule,” in Max Weber, Power and Rule, translated by Akira Hamashima, Kodansha, 2011.


82.    A Round-table Talk, Sadaike Yuuki, Fujii Masahiko, Saeki Hiroshi, and Hashimoto Tsutomu, “Proposal to the Future: Young Generation Changes our Period,” Litera Popli (Hokkaido Univ.), Vol.47, 2011, pp.31-35.


83.    Newspaper Article, “Imagination to 99% in the World,” Asahi-Shinbun, evening, p.3, 2012.4.17.


84.    “On Green Innovation (report supplement),” in The Annals of Research Center for Economic and Business Networks, Vol.1, 2012.3, pp.99-100.


85.    “‘Ecological Footprint’ and Human Development – Is it possible to develop society while reducing consumption of material resources?” Asahi WebRonza, 2012.4.23.


86.    Interview, “Electric Energy Saving in Winter Season” Hokkaido Shinbun, p.5, 2012.11.3.


87.    “economy (4,800 words),” “liberty (4,800 words),” “intellectual (1,200 words),” “political economy (1,200 words),” “free society (1,200 words),” “right of resistance (600 words),” “formal/substantial rationality (600 words),” “Takata Yasuma 1883-1972 (600 words),” “Otsuka Hisao 1907- 1996 (400 words),” “Orihara Hiroshi 1935- (400 words),” “Yamanouchi Yasushi 1933- (400 words),” “Hans Kelsen 1881-1973 (400 words),” “Leo Strauss 1899-1973 (400 words),” “Charles Taylor 1931- (400),” in Encyclopedia of Contemporary Sociology, Tokyo: Kobundo, 2012.12.


88.    “Ludwig von Mises,” in Economist, Vol.68, 2013.2.12, pp.54-55.


89.    Net Magazine Article, “Which is more important: Money or Time?” α-synodos, vol.1172013.2.1.


90.    Interview, “What is the Nature of Study other than Learning?” Hokkaido Shinbun, 2013.3.11, p.14.


91.    Newspaper Article, “Heritage of Margaret Thatcher: Restoration of the Social,” in Asahi Shinbun, 2013.6.2. p.13.


92.    Net Magazine Article, “Difficulties of Criticizing Neoliberalism and the birth of Scandinavian Neoliberalism,” inα-synodos, vol.123, 2013.5.1.


93.    Radio Talk with Actor Sugawara Bunta, “Latent Vitality of Japanese People,” 2013.7.14 and 7.21, 5:30-6:00, Nippon Broadcasting.


94.    Interview, “How can we secure Publicness in Lost Modernity?” in Dan, no.98, 2013.11.10, pp. 37-61.


95.    Interview, Let’s Talk about your Justice, Nikkei Associe, 2011, spring, reprinted in Corpus of Culture and Learning, Nikkei Business Associe Mook, pp.24-25, 2013.8.


96.    Interview (in Spanish), "Debates liberales en el Norte de Japon: Entrevista a Hashimoto Tsutomu (1967-)," in Adrian O. Ravier ed., La Escuela Austriaca desde adentro, Histrorias e Ideas de sus Pensadores, Volumen III, Madrid: Union Editorial, 2013, pp.387-413.


97.    Interview Article, “Although the Government decided to raise Consumption Tax…” Asahi Shinbun, 2013.10.2. p.17.


98.    “A Reply to Law and its Publicness – Four stages of public space in legal process,” in Theory of Law, Vol.32, pp. 219-228, 2013.11.


99.     Net Magazine Article, “Harvest in 2013 on Social Philosophy,” α-Synodos, vol.138139, 2013.12.01.


100.    “Mapping Economic Ethics in 2013,” WebRonza, 2013.12.10.


101.    Radio Talk with Asagui Kuniko, “News in 2013 What is your Political Support?” TBS Radio, 2013.12.31, 18:00-19:00.


102.    Interview Article, “Monday Debate: Methods of Learning Culture to College Freshmen,” Hokkaido Shinbun, 2014.5.5, p.9.


103.     Interview, “Let’s Talk about your Justice,” Nikkei Associe, 2011, spring, reprinted in, To Avoid becoming disappointed Person,” Nikkei Business Press Mook, pp.44-47, 2014.8.


104.    Newspaper Article series, “Studying hilariously!,” No.1-10, Kyodo Tsushin, 2014.4.-2014.6.


105.    Column Articles: “Utility of Narrowing Visual Field” p.60, “Trust Hormone: Oxytocin” p.85, “Geographical Critical Theory” p.139, “A Law of Prosperity” p.171, “Basic Income” p.258, “Trilemma of Globalization” p.285, “Neoliberalism as Anomaly” p. 365, “Commonwealth” p.422, “Utility of Betrayal” p.472, “Choice” p.496, Contract of Commitment” p.554, “Social Business” p.580, in Tsutomu Hashimoto ed. Contemporary Economic Thought, Tokyo, Keiso Shobo, 2014.


106.    Interview Article, “Thinking on Local Power Supply (Series of Comment no.4)” Hokkaido Shinbun, 2014.11.9, p.1.


107.    Net Article, “Pikkety’s Capital in 21st Century,” SYNODOS, 2015.3.27.


108.    “Toward a new Life-style for Creation and Saving of Energy,” in Sapporo: Future of Energy, Sapporo City Mayor Policy Office Planning Department, pp. 69-72., available from http://www.city.sapporo.jp/energy/taikou/


109.    Interview Article, “Do People Appreciate the identity of “I am I ?: Issues over Neon Genesis Evangelion,” Area, 2015. 8. 31., Vol. 37, pp.35-37.


110.    Tripartite Talk, “Where is Economics coming from and where is it going?,” Iwai Katsuto + Wakatabe Masuzumi + Hashimoto Tsutomu, in Guide Book: Economics in the Future (Economics Seminar, Special Issue), 2015.9., pp. 4-17.


111.    Net Magazine Article, “To What value does Constitutionalist who argues Constitutional Amendment subordinate him/herself?” α-Synodos, vol.186+187, 2015.12.20.


112.    Dialogue, “Uchida Ryuzou + Hashimoto Tsutomu: Potentiality of Cities, Lost Modernity, Heterotopia and Proliferation of the Nature,” City & Life, no.116, Mar-Jun 2016, pp.20-27.


113.    “A New Driving Force of Capitalism in ‘Lost Modernity’,” in TASC Monthly, No.483, 2016.3. pp. 20-29.


114.    Cao Xi and Hashimoto Tsutomu, “Summary of ‘A Path-dependency of Economic Ethics in Transitional Period of Chinese Economy’ and Some Remarks on Transition of Economic Ethics in China,” The annals of Research Center for Economic and Business Networks, Vol.5, 2016.3, pp.57-63.


115.    Net Magazine Article, “My Stay in Aix-en-Provence, France, and Sociology of Han San-jin,” α-Synodos, vol.209, 2016.12.1.