Kenji Ito Seminar:
Industrial Location and the Regional Economy
From the perspective of industrial location, students will examine the relationship between various industries and their local communities, including the related effects and changes.
Shinobu Ito Seminar:
Current State and Policies of the Japanese Economy
By studying the current state and policies of the Japanese economy as well as social background, students will acquire skills for analyzing and understanding the society in which they live.
Naoki Inouchi Seminar:
Stimulating the Local Economy
Students will investigate the actual state of regional industries and will consider natural energy-based measures for stimulating local economies.
Masaki Katsuura Seminar:
Statistical Analysis of Economic Data
Students will acquire skills for collecting data, conducting statistical analysis, and interpreting research results on topics they are interested in.
Tomohiko Kawamori Seminar:
Game Theory and its Applications
It is often seen that each firm's profit depends on other firms' decisions. Students will study game theory, which is a tool to investigate such interdependence.
Tomomi Saito Seminar:
The Global and European Economies
Students will analyze the EU economy to learn about economic activities that extend beyond a national level.
Yuri Sadoi Seminar:
Characteristics of the East Asian Economy
By studying an overview of developments from "miracle" to "crisis" and the subsequent recovery process, students will learn the characteristics of the East Asian economy.
Akihiro Sawada Seminar:
Analyzing Empirical Economics
Students will learn the methodology and actual procedures for analyzing the real economy empirically, based on statistical and econometric techniques.
Yasuhiro Shibui Seminar:
Analyzing Modern Capitalism
Through the exchange of opinions and verification of economic theories against reality, students will analyze chaotic modern capitalism.
Daizo Sugimoto Seminar:
World Agriculture and Economic Development
Students will investigate changes in and the future of world agriculture from the standpoint of economic development.
Mitsuhiro Tanimura Seminar:
A Review of International Development and Cooperation
Based on the reality depicted in If the World Were a Village of 100 People, students will discuss how we should view the global economy and society.
Hirohito Nawa Seminar:
Current Issues in the US Economy
Students will discuss issues regarding the US economy, based on themes established for each fiscal year. In FY2022, we addressed such topics as "Big tech regulations," "Higher education scholarship enhancement," and "Charging for ambulance service."
Toru Nishiyama Seminar:
Reading of The Merchant of Venice
Students will master reading comprehension, writing, and presentation skills--the basis of all learning.
Mitsunori Noguchi Seminar:
Solutions to the World Economic Crisis
Students will gain an understanding of the background to the recent world economic crisis triggered by subprime issues, will investigate the causes, and will search for solutions.
Hideo Matsuo Seminar:
Economic Principles--Reading of Yoshin Sugahara's Book on Economic Principles
To learn how to think logically, a skill that makes it easier to understand today's economy, students will present overviews of various issues and hold in-depth discussions based on their thoughts.
Hiroki Yamada Seminar:
Investigating What the Ideal Public Policies Would Be
In addition to studying economic theories, students will explore the "grand design" of society, including such areas as education, healthcare, the local community, and the environment, from the standpoint of public policies.
Yugo Yamamoto Seminar:
Issues in Transportation and Logistics
By proactively preparing abstracts, reports, and discussions, students will gain an understanding of current conditions and issues in transportation and logistics.
Soocheol Lee Seminar:
Review of the Environment, Energy and the Economy
Along with examining the causes of various environmental problems, such as climate change, air and water pollution and waste recycling, that stem from the activities of everyday living and industry, students will study the mechanisms of their occurrence and countermeasures.