Building Solid Fundamentals Through Coursework
- The topics of microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics, all of which constitute the foundation of the study of economics, will be covered thoroughly in required courses for first-year students.
- Students will then take courses in applied economics based on their individual research topics to acquire high-level specialized knowledge.
Dialog-based Thesis Seminars
- Thesis seminars featuring dialog-based guidance in small groups are offered as required courses to assist in the completion of a master's thesis based on up-to-date research trends.
- The seminars will present cutting-edge knowledge in high-level analytical methods and data, and also focus on developing presentation skills through seminar reports.
Guidance From Multiple Faculty Instructors
Multifaceted guidance from multiple specialized staff members will be available to support the master's thesis writing process. This will help to broaden the analytical perspectives and methods in approaching the research topic.
Research Fields of Graduate Program Instructors
|Ken Aoki||Industrial Organization, Industrial Organization of Health Care Markets|
|Takahisa Dejima||Labor Economics: Applied Econometric Analysis of the Japanese Wage Structure, Employment System, and Fertility Rate|
|Satoshi Kawanishi||Business applications of game theory and behavioral economics|
|Hiroki Kondo||Public economics and finance; New economic geography; Macroeconomics|
|John Joseph Puthenkalam||Economic Growth and Sustainable Development of Asia and Developing Countries|
|Kazushi Takahashi||Development Economics, Applied microeconometrics|
|Yosuke Takeda||Macroeconomics, Monetary Policy, Household Finance, Political Economy, Optimal Taxation, Innovation|
|Morihiro Yomogida||International Economics, Theory of International Trade|
|Ayako Honda||Governance of healthcare financing, Incentives and motivation, Economics of health systems|
|Tetsuya Horie||Environmental Economics,Natural Resource Economics,Ecological Economics|
|Kohei Kamaga||Social Choice Theory, Welfare Economics, Law and Economics|
|Aiko Kurushima||Stochastic optimization, optimal stopping, decision making under uncertainty|
|Naoaki Minamihashi||Japanese Economy,Financial Intermediation,Industrial Organization|
|Asuka Takeuchi||Financial Econometrics, Empirical analysis of the risk of financial assets and option prices.|
|Masamitsu Kurata||World Economic History, Development Economics, Agricultural Economics|