Division of Modern Economics and Management
- KAKIZAWA, Yoshihide HU’s Researcher Directory
Statistical Analysis of Economic Time Series
My research has been mainly focused on the investigation of (higher-order) asymptotic properties of several statistical methods. The basic tools that I have employed are Edgeworth expansion, large or moderate deviations theorem.
- SONO, Shintaro HU’s Researcher Directory
Foundations of Statistics
My field is the Foundations of Statistics, and philosophical, logical and mathematical parts of statistics are interesting for scientists and scholars. Especially, Leonard Jimmie Savage’s thought is a landmark in this field. Using Japanese languages, reading and critically interpreting his considerations is my main work.
- SUZUKAWA, Akio HU’s Researcher Directory
- TAKAGI, Shingo HU’s Researcher Directory
- IGARASHI, Yoske HU’s Researcher Directory
My research interests include macroeconomics, banking and financial system, and asset pricing. I like teaching in a board range of subjects including math, statistics, economics and finance.
- SAITO, Hisamitsu HU’s Researcher Directory
Research interests include: • Location decisions of heterogeneous firms, • Economic impacts of foreign direct investment on host regions, and • Urban-rural migration in developing countries.
- MAKIOKA, Ryo HU’s Researcher Directory
International Economics, Applied Microeconomics
- YAMADA, Daichi HU’s Researcher Directory
My recent research topics include interdisciplinary studies of: (1) socioeconomic problems in developing countries and (2) environmental pollution and climate change.
Social and Historical Economics
- HAN, Jaehyang HU’s Researcher Directory
Regional Economic History
My research focuses on the economic and business history of ethnic minorities that position themselves on the outskirts of Japanese society. These groups such as Koreans and Chinese, while often thought of as insignificant due to their lack of economic resources, actually represent the important indicators of the nature of and changes in Japanese society. As these ethnic groups begin to aquire needed resources to create their own businesses, they become a mirror to reflect and highlight the way how Japanese business system functions. I am trying to clarify the relationships between these symbiotic business systems and the various facets of their interactions.
- HASHIMOTO, Tsutomu HU’s Researcher Directory
I welcome students interested in studying the History of Economic Thought, Austrian Economics, and Economic Sociology. These fields are open to interdisciplinary approaches and involve various methodologies. They can provide us with an opportunity for contemplation not only of important social issues, but also valuable insights into our own individual lives. Through these studies, we recognize that ideas and ideologies can greatly impact our lives, especially in a society undergoing drastic changes.
- MATSUMURA, Shiho HU’s Researcher Directory
Economic History of Asia
My research interests focus on the following topics: (1) Chinese food policy in the Mao era (1950s-1970s) (2) the relationship between the industrial and the agricultural sectors in China (3) the economic development of the East Asian countries in the Cold War era
- MITSUZONO, Isamu HU’s Researcher Directory
Economic History of Japan
My research is mainly on a history of retailing industry in modern Japan. I am interested in the historical process of the birth of the mass consumer society, which has both good and bad aspects. I am pursuing the goal of reinterpreting the socio-economic history from the perspective of people’s daily lives.
- SAITO, Nao HU’s Researcher Directory
I am interested in the relationship between the state and the market. To pursuit this theme, my research interests include economic philosophy, welfare economics, redistributive justice theories, and democratic theory.
- TAKAI, Tetsuhiko HU’s Researcher Directory
Global Economic History
International students who are interested in the history of the Franco-Japanese globalization are welcome. ≪ Francophones de tous lespays, unissez-vous ! ≫
- HAE, Daebeom HU’s Researcher Directory
My research focuses on theoretical analysis of capitalism as an economic system.
- KIM, Inja HU’s Researcher Directory
My research explores the characteristics of the feminization of poverty in recent years, by focusing on the changes of structures of family, labor market and welfare state policy.
- ABE, Yukiko HU’s Researcher Directory
My recent research topics include: (1) the impact of the Equal Employment Opportunity Law on women’s work; (2) regional variations in women’s labor force behavior; (3) the economic roles of minimum wages in Japan.
- IMAI, Susumu HU’s Researcher Directory
My area of expertise is empirical work in economics, in which I try as much as possible to respect the data and learn from it.
- OHNO, Yuka HU’s Researcher Directory
International Political Economy
- HAYAKAWA, Hitoshi HU’s Researcher Directory
My research interests focus on the consequences of interacting economic agents, mainly from theoretical perspective. My research topics include: (1) examining mechanisms of asset bubbles and their welfare implications (2) analyzing the working of cryptocurrency and its economic implications (3) analyzing interbank payment systems in view of network of participant banks’ mutual financial obligations
- HIWATARI, Masato HU’s Researcher Directory
I specialize in development economics with an emphasis on the micro-level issues in developing and transition countries. I have substantial experience in the field research in a post-Soviet Central Asian country, Uzbekistan. Recently, I am also involved in research on environmental and health issues in a Sub-Saharan African country, Zambia.
- SHIROTA, Toyoichiro HU’s Researcher Directory
- SUGA, Nobuhito HU’s Researcher Directory
My specialty is international trade theory.
- SHIRAKIZAWA, Ryoko HU’s Researcher Directory
Economic History of Modern Japan
My research is focusing on the regional community of modern Japan, [Chonaikai], and I am studying the conflict between "self governing" and "independence". The hierarchy and interests of the members of [Chonaikai] vary greatly depending on how the boundaries are drawn. I would like to reveal how [Chonaikai] worked in the formation of social capital in modern Japan.
- HIRAMOTO, Kenta HU’s Researcher Directory
- ISHII, Toshimasa HU’s Researcher Directory
My research interests include operations research, algorithms, combinatorial optimization, and their applications.
- IWATA, Satoshi HU’s Researcher Directory
I am overwhelmed by the diversity of graduate students, but I will try to educate them with flexibility and patience.
- MATSUO, Makoto HU’s Researcher Directory
I am interested in professional development and experiential learning process.
- SAKAGAWA, Yuji HU’s Researcher Directory
I study the effect of retail marketing on business performance. Are you interested in retail marketing in Japan? Do you want to study with me?
- AIHARA, Motohiro HU’s Researcher Directory
Business Organization and Strategy
He received his Ph.D. from Hokkaido University in 2001, and taught at Nagasaki University (2001-2005) before his present appointment. He teaches courses in the school on the organization theory and practice, organizational behavior, and research methods. Throughout his career Aihara has conducted longitudinal research on a variety of organization topics including entrepreneurial activities in industrial districts, management control in the for-profit and the not-for-profit organizations, and multi-sectoral collaboration in addressing and solving social problems.
- FUKAYAMA, Seiya HU’s Researcher Directory
I am interested in strategies and organizational characteristics of non-profit organizations that provide elderly care services.
- TANAKA, Yoshihiro HU’s Researcher Directory
“Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.”
- UDA, Tadashi HU’s Researcher Directory
His research focuses on the emergence and transformation of work practices in organizations and societies. In particular, he has been exploring how dynamic collaborative practices of independent workers (e.g., freelancers), entrepreneurs and other key actors are co-constructed in institutional fields such as coworking spaces, using qualitative and quantitative methods. He teaches courses on organization theory, organizational behavior, and entrepreneurship at graduate and undergraduate levels in this school. He received his PhD from Kobe University. He held visiting positions at Paris-Dauphine, PSL and ESCP Europe.
Graduate School of Global Food Resources Professor
- KUBOTA, Hajime HU’s Researcher Directory
My research is mainly on general equilibrium theory and the topics are, in particular, the existence of equilibrium in economies with infinitely many commodities and properties of equilibrium in economies over infinite horizon. Another areas of my research is international trade theory as an applied area of general equilibrium theory and the main topic is gains from trade in world economies over infinite horizon.
Division of Accounting (Accounting School)
- HASEGAWA, Hikaru HU’s Researcher Directory
My research interests are in Bayesian econometrics and empirical studies of economic data.
- KUBO, Junji HU’s Researcher Directory
To study accounting is exciting.
- MITSUHASHI, Yoko HU’s Researcher Directory
Financial Market Laws, Financial Regulation and Supervision, etc.
Formulation and implementation of laws and regulations on financial markets, both domestically and internationally.
- OKADA, Miyako HU’s Researcher Directory
My research interest focuses on analyzing business-systems of Japanese entertainment industry, in particular, comics, animations, and products featuring characters, originated from comics and animations. To analyze the subject, my approach is to interview people who relate to this industry.
- SUZUKI, Teruyoshi HU’s Researcher Directory
I’m interested in corporate finance which is concerned with how business work, in particular, how they obtain capital, how they allocate the capital and how to value a proposed investment project. To understand the firm’s financial and investment decisions, we need to understand the forces that lead managers to maximize the wealth of shareholders. To value the wealth of shareholders, it is necessary to learn financial economics and option pricing theory. Quantitative methods are essential for us.
- YONEYAMA, Yuji HU’s Researcher Directory
- YOSHIMI, Hiroshi HU’s Researcher Directory
My major field is auditing, public sector accounting and accounting ethics. These subjects are traditionally “minor” field in Japan, but now attract attention. I hope students will explore their research problem by themselves, and enjoy their lives.
- ABE, Tomokazu HU’s Researcher Directory
My research interests: 1) Workplace/coworking space design for facilitating knowledge creation, 2) process study of business model innovation
- GOTO, Makoto HU’s Researcher Directory
I live by the words of the pen and the sword. Let’s explore passion and intelligence together!
- KASUKABE, Mitsunori HU’s Researcher Directory
My current research has focused on the development of double account system in the 19th century public utility companies.
- KOSUGI, Masatoshi HU’s Researcher Directory
Major areas of study and academic interests: (1)Quality Costing in the UK, (2)Practical application and development of the Process Cost Model, (3)Management Control Systems on the Collaboration between Agriculture and Welfare, (4)Regional Revitalization through Crowdfunding.
- OKANO, Taiki HU’s Researcher Directory
My major field is auditing and assurance services. In particular, I am interested in assurance services other than audits of financial information.
- SAKURADA, Joe HU’s Researcher Directory