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E-Series(2012.10- )

No. Author(s) Title Paper Comment&
E23-1 Yuki Higuchi, Keisaku Higashida,
Mosharraf M. Hossain,
Mohammad Sujauddin,
Ryo Takahashi and
Kenta Tanaka

From Hospitality to Hostility:
Impact of the Rohingya Refugee Influx on the
Sentiments of Host Communities

PDFファイル 2023.1
E22-2 Yuya Kikuchi and Toshiki Tamai

Unemployment and Endogenous Choice on Tax Instruments in a Tax Competition Model: Unit Tax versus Ad Valorem Tax

PDFファイル PDFファイル 2022.7
E22-1 Toshiki Tamai

Social Security, Economic Growth, and Social Welfare in an Overlapping Generations Model with Aggregate and Idiosyncratic Shocks

PDFファイル 2022.3
E21-9 Asuka Yamaguchi

Timber Trade in Industrialization of Modern Asia

PDFファイル 2021.11
E21-8 Kazutoshi Miyazawa Higher education, performance pay, and
the polarization of wages
PDFファイル PDFファイル 2021.9
E21-7 Chitose Furukawa Team learning in a global team:From the perspectives of network and attention theories PDFファイル 2021.9
E21-6 Hideki Endo and Kenichiro Chinen Is “I Don’t Know” a Signal of Lack of Financial Knowledge?:
Some Preliminary Findings
PDFファイル 2021.8
E21-5 Noritaka Kudoh and Hiroaki Miyamoto Robots and Unemployment PDFファイル 2021.6
E21-4 Noritaka Kudoh and Hiroaki Miyamoto General Equilibrium Effects and
Labor Market Fluctuations
PDFファイル 2021.6
E21-3 Shinya FUJITA Income inequality in terms of a Gini coefficient :
A Kaleckian perspective
PDFファイル 2021.4
E21-2 Toshiki Tamai Tax Competition, Economic Growth,
and Social Welfare
PDFファイル 2021.2
E21-1 Takanori Adachi and Leer Bao Chicago Price Theory Meets Imperfect Competition:
A Conduct Parameter Approach
PDFファイル 2021.2
E20-4 Toshiki Tamai and Yuya Kikuchi Nash Equilibria in Models of Fiscal Competition with Unemployment PDFファイル 2020.11
E20-3 Toshiki Tamai and Akira Kamiguchi Public Investment, National Debt, and Economic Growth: The Role of Debt Finance under Dynamic Inefficiency PDFファイル 2020.9
E20-2 Takanori Adachi Structural Estimation of Bargaining Models of Cabinet Formation: A Happy Encounter of Non-Cooperative and Cooperative Game Theory in the Play of Empirical Analysis of Ministerial “Weights” PDFファイル 2020.3
E20-1 Toshiki Tamai Economic Growth, Equilibrium Welfare and Public Goods Provision with Intergenerational Altruism PDFファイル 2020.2
E19-12 Takanori Adachi and Mark J. Tremblay Do Premium Payment Methods Increase Effective Retail Prices? PDFファイル 2019.9
E19-11 Takanori Adachi Klein and Monti meet Weyl and Fabinger: Imperfect competition in the banking sector PDFファイル 2019.9
E19-10 Takanori Adachi Galbraith meets Weyl and Fabinger: Countervailing
power and imperfect competition in the retail market
PDFファイル 2019.9
E19-9 Takanori Adachi Robinson meets Weyl and Fabinger: Oligopsony and exploitation in general equilibrium PDFファイル 2019.9
E19-8 Akihiko Yanase and Makoto Tawada A Two-country Model of Public Infrastructure Capital: Trade Patterns and Trade Gains in the Long Run PDFファイル 2019.8
E19-7 Takanori Adachi Hong and Li meet Weyl and Fabinger: Modeling vertical structure by the conduct parameter approach PDFファイル 2019.8
E19-6 Takanori Adachi Profit Sharing and the Imperfectly Competitive Product Market: A Conduct Parameter Approach PDFファイル 2019.8
E19-5 Akihiko Yanase and Yasuhiro Nakamoto Pollution Externalities and Corrective Taxes in a Dynamic Small Open Economy PDFファイル 2019.6
E19-4 Satoru Kobori From Shrine to Machine: The Industrial Change and Urbanization of Ota Special Ward,Tokyo,1900-1960 PDFファイル 2019.6
E19-3 Toshiki Tamai and Gareth Myles Unemployment, Tax Competition, and Tax Transfer Policy PDFファイル 2019.5
E19-2 Takanori Adachi and Mark J. Tremblay Bargaining in Two-Sided Markets PDFファイル 2019.5
E19-1 Toshiki Tamai and  Akira Kamiguchi Deficit-Financed Public Investment, Economic
Growth, and Welfare in an Overlapping
Generations Model
PDFファイル 2019.4
E18-1 Yoshinori Kigoshi Labor Management System in Fushun Coal Mines under the South Manchurian Railway Company PDFファイル 2018.9
E17-7 Takanori Adachi Price Elasticity and Pass-Through in the Nash Bargaining Solution in a Distribution Channel PDFファイル 2017.9
E17-6 Sayaka Oki,Shinichiro Kumagaya,Akiko Shimizu,Tomotake Kinoshita,Satsuki Ayaya,Ryoji Hoshika,Masaki Nakamura and Naoyuki Okochi Interim Report on Questionnaire Survey for Diversity in Research Environment: Disability, Gender, Sexuality and Young Researchers PDFファイル 2017.9
E17-5 Takanori Adachi and Michal Fabinger Output and Welfare Implications of Oligopolistic Third-Degree Price Discrimination PDFファイル 2017.8
E17-4 Takanori Adachi On the Possibility of an Unsuccessful Merger: Implications from Stock Market and Retail Scanner Data PDFファイル 2017.7
E17-3 Takanori Adachi Vertical Integration and Common Agency: An Empirical Analysis of the U.S. Carbonated Soft Drink Industry PDFファイル 2017.7
E17-2 Noritaka Kudoh, Hiroaki Miyamoto and Masaru Sasaki Employment and Hours over the Business Cycle in a Model with Search Frictions PDFファイル 2017.5
E17-1 Akihiko Yanase and Hiroshi Kurata Determination and Harmonization of Product Standards in a Free Trade Agreement PDFファイル 2017.4
E16-10 Takanori Adachi and Michal Fabinger Multi-Dimensional Pass-Through, Incidence, and the Welfare Burden of Taxation in Oligopoly(Previously titled: Pass-Through and the Welfare Burden of Taxation in Differentiated Oligopoly) PDFファイル 2016.12 (Revised version, 2017.3)
E16-9 Toshiki Tamai and Koji Kitaura Long-Run Growth and Welfare in an Endogenous Growth Model with Productive Public Goods and Spillover Effects PDFファイル 2016.11
E16-8 Lijun PAN The Impacts of Agricultural Public Infrastructure on Urban Unemployment and Social Welfare: A General Equilibrium Analysis PDFファイル 2016.10
E16-7 Ryo Arawatari, Hisako Komiyama, Takahiro Tsukamoto and Jiro Nemoto Construction of Input-Output Tables at the City Level for Aichi Prefecture PDFファイル 2016.9
E16-6 Ava Cas and Eiji Mangyo Arsenic Contaminated Groundwater and the Socioeconomic-Gradient in Child Health:Evidence from the Arsenic Mitigation Campaign in Bangladesh PDFファイル 2016.8
E16-5 Shinya Fujita Who Should Bear the Pain of Price Competition? A Kaleckian Approach PDFファイル 2016.7
E16-4 Takanori Adachi and Ryo Kato Gender Differences in Extended Warranty Purchases:The Case of Electronic Products PDFファイル 2016.7
E16-3 Lijun Pan and Makoto Hanazono Is a Big Entrant a Threat to Incumbents? :The Role of Demand Substitutability in Competition among the Big and the Small PDFファイル 2016.5(Revised version, 2017.8)
E16-2 Takanori Adachi and Takanori Hisada Gender Gap in Start-up Activities PDFファイル 2016.2
E16-1 Ching-Yang Lin The Effects of Skill-biased Partial Labor Reforms on the Macroeconomic Outcomes PDFファイル 2016.2
E15-8 Maria Martin-Rodriguez A Dynamic Monopoly with Experience Goods and Risk-Averse Consumers PDFファイル PDFファイル 2015.12
E15-7 Sun Yongping Target Responsibility System and CO2 Emissions Convergence: Mechanism and Empirical Test PDFファイル 2015.11
E15-6 Akihiko Yanase and Masafumi Tsubuku Trade Costs and Welfare-worsening Free Trade Agreement PDFファイル 2015.10
E15-5 Hikaru Ogawa and Taiki Susa Municipal Merger and Tax Competition PDFファイル 2015.7
E15-4 Hikaru Ogawa and Akira Kamiguchi Public Capital Accumulation, Income Transfers,and Fiscal Sustainability PDFファイル 2015.5
E15-3 Kazumine Kondo Do Branch Expansions by Credit Associations Influence Their Performances? The Case of Tokai Region PDFファイル 2015.4
E15-2 Akihiko Yanase se On the Provision of International Public Goods in a Dynamic Global Economy PDFファイル 2015.4
E15-1 missing number
E14-15 Yoshihiko Kadoya and Mostafa Khan The Role of Gender in Long-Term Care for Older Parents: Evidence from India PDFファイル 2015.2(Revised version, 2015.5)
E14-14 Takanori Adachi and Takeshi Ebina The Welfare Effects of Oligopolistic Third-Degree Price Discrimination When Own and Cross Price Elasticities Are Constants PDFファイル 2014.12
E14-13 Takanori Adachi Entrepreneurship, Financial Intermediation,and Inequality PDFファイル 2014.12
E14-12 Takanori Adachi and Takeshi Ebina Linear Demand Systems with Differentiated Products Are Inconsistent with the Representative Consumer Approach PDFファイル 2014.12
E14-11 Koji Yoneda and Tadashi Minagawa Job Destruction and Coordination Failures in Labor Turnover PDFファイル 2014.12
E14-10 Koji Yoneda and Tadashi Minagawa Specificity and Economic Performance PDFファイル 2014.12
E14-9 Satoru Kobori Development of energy conservation technology in Japan, 1920~1970: specific examination of energy intensive industries and energy conservation policy PDFファイル 2014.11
E14-8 Yoshihiko Kadoya and Philip Bryer Chinese Business Ethics and Regional Differences:Evidence from Micro-data in Six Major Cities PDFファイル 2014.6
E14-7 HU Dan and KATO Ryo Auditor Size as a Measure for Audit Quality:A Japanese Study PDFファイル 2014.4
E14-6 OKIMOTO Madoka International Price Competition among Food Industries Affected by Income, Population and Biased Preference of Consumers PDFファイル 2014.4(Revised version, 2014.12
E14-5 NAKAYA Nobuhiko Islamic Business in China :Halal Noodle House, Tibet Business, and Islamic Banking PDFファイル 2014.3
E14-4 Eiji Mangyo Is a Daughter Really Like Water Spilled on the Ground? Adult Children’s Gender, Filial Support, and Parental Mortality in Rural China PDFファイル 2014.2
E14-3 Hikaru Ogawa and Taiki Susa Strategic Delegation in Asymmetric Tax and Competition PDFファイル 2014.2
E14-2 missing number
E14-1 Tatsuto Yukihara and Quan Bai Development of Low Carbon Economy in China PDFファイル 2014.2
E13-8 Mitsuyoshi Yanagihara,Akihiko Kaneko,Ai Sakai Golden Rule, Non-distortional Tax and Governmental Transfer PDFファイル 2013.12
E13-7 Eri Yamada and Tetsu Kawakami Assessing Dynamic Externalities from a Cluster Perspective:The Case of the Motor Metropolis in Japan PDFファイル 2013.8
E13-6 Toshiki Kodera and Wenjiao Che Product differentiation and advertising in multiple markets PDFファイル 2013.7
E13-5 Hikaru Ogawa and Shun-ichiro Bessho Fiscal Adjustment in Japanese Municipalities PDFファイル 2013.7(Revised version, 2014.2
E13-4 Nobuyoshi Yamori,Kei Tomimura and Kenya Takaku How Do Financial Institutions and Regional Governments Address to Support and Strengthen Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in the Tokai Region? : A Survey Result PDFファイル 2013.4
E13-3 Hikaru Ogawa and Mizuki Komura Pension and the Family PDFファイル 2013.4(Revised version, 2013.10
E13-2 Xiaochun Li, Yuanting Xu and Dianshuang Wang Environment and Labor Transfer of Skilled Labor and Unskilled Labor between Sectors PDFファイル 2013.3
E13-1 Park Manbong The Association of North East Asia Regional Governments :The results and Prospects PDFファイル 2013.2
E12-5 Nobuyoshi Yamori,Kazumine Kondo,Kei Tomimura and Yuko Shindo Japanese Banking Regulations under a Series of Financial Crises Since the 1990s PDFファイル 2012.10
E12-4 Nobuyoshi Yamori Effects of the SME Financing Facilitation Act and Agendas for Regional Financial Policy -Based on a Survey Research on SME Finance- PDFファイル 2012.10
E12-3 Sayaka Nakamura Determinants of Contraceptive Choice among Japanese Women: Ten Years after the Pill Approval PDFファイル 2012.10
E12-2 Sayaka Nakamura Parental Income and Child Health in Japan PDFファイル 2012.10(Revised version,2013.4


No. Subject Abstract Paper Comment&Discussion
E12-1 Satoru KOBORI: Development of the Japanese Energy Saving Technology during 1920-1960 : The Iron and Steel Industry,January 2012 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
E11-1 Hikaru Ogawa and Junichi Nagami:Partial Coordination in Local Debt Policies,January 2011 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
E10-2 Hikaru Ogawa,Koji Kitaura and Sayaka Yakita:Multiple Equilibria arising from the Donor’s Aid Policy in Economic Development,August 2010 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
E10-1 Kenji Nozaki: Cross-Industry Exchange Activities: Suggestion for Industrial Cluster Projects,January 2010 PDFファイル
E08-2 Kenji Nozaki: Japan’s Economic Structural Reform: Regulatory Reform and Special Zones for Structural Reform,December 2008 PDFファイル
E08-1 Lihua Han and Hikaru Ogawa: Partial Privatization, Technology Spillovers,and Foreign Ownership Restriction,July 2008 PDFファイル
E07-3 Lihua Han and Hikaru Ogawa: Partial Privatization and Market-Opening Policies: A Mixed Oligopoly Approach,June 2007 PDFファイル
E07-2 Donglan Xu: Impacts of Environmental Regulation on Technical Efficiency and Productivity Loss in China,March 2007 PDFファイル
E07-1 Toshiki Tamai: Fiscal and Monetary Policy in an Endogenous Growth Model with Public Capital,February 2007 PDFファイル
E06-1 DAPENG CAI and JIE LI: Causes,effects,and prevention of agent corruption in Chinese SOEs,February 2006 PDFファイル
E05-7 Shin Kawai: Coordination Failure under Perfect Competition:A Micro Foundation of Keynes-type Consumption Function,July 2005 PDFファイル
E05-6 Mitsuyoshi Yanagihara: The Strong Transfer Paradox in an Overlapping Generations Framework,July 2005 PDFファイル
E05-5 Hikaru Ogawa and Keisuke Kawachi: Role of Spillover in the Repeated Interaction Model of Tax Competition,May 2005 PDFファイル
E05-4 Nobuyoshi Yamori,Narunto Nishigaki: Recent Developments of Digital Cash Projects in Japan,April 2005 PDFファイル
E05-3 Nobuyoshi Yamori,Kozo Harimaya and Yoshihiro Asai: Recent Development of Information Technology inJapanese Banks,April 2005 PDFファイル
E05-2 Nobuyoshi Yamori: Contemporary Monetary Policy and Financial System Issues of Japan,April 2005 PDFファイル
E05-1 Hideya Kato and Mitsuyoshi Yanagihara: Capital Income Tax Evasion and Welfare Levels in an Overlapping Generations Model,January 2005 PDFファイル
E04-4 Hikaru Ogawa: Tax Competition, Spillovers, and Subsidies,September 2004 PDFファイル
E04-3 OGAWA Hikaru and TAMAI Toshiki: Tax Competition and Regional Trade Union ,September 2004 PDFファイル
E04-2 Tadashi Minagawa and Shin Kawai Equilibrium Price Dispersion in a Model of Discount Competition,September 2004 PDFファイル
E04-1 Nobuyoshi Yamori and Ayami Kobayashi:Wealth Effect of Public Fund Injections to Ailing Banks: Do Deferred Tax Assets and Auditing Firms Matter? ,June 2004 PDFファイル
No. Subject Abstract Paper Comment&Discussion
No.187 KATO Mariko:The Role of Migration and Remittances in a Growing Economy:Perspectives on Social classes in Rural India and Bihar,July 2012 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.185 Takenori TANAKA:Development of International Division of Labour in the Asian Automobile Industry: Lessons from the East Japan Earthquake for a robust Supply Chain ,March 2012 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.184 Hideko Sakurai:Social Rationality of Islamic Management:Reevaluation of Relationship-Oriented Management ,March 2012 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.183 NGUYEN Phuc Hien:China’ s Exchange Rate Policy and International Competitiveness ( Export ) 1994-2005 :IS IT A LESSON FOR VIETNAM ? ,August 2011 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.182 Nguyen Thi Bich Ha:Strategic Economic Partnership between Vietnam and Japan:Current State, Challenges and Measures to Promote Trade and Investment Relations,July 2011 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.181 Kavoos MOHANNAK:Diversity in Managing Knowledge: A Cultural Approach,February 2011 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.180 KAGAMI Mitsuyuki: Development Policy and Slogan of Harmonious Society”in Modern China,December 2010 PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.179 Nguyen Thi QUY: Developing Vietnam’s financial market:Using examples from Japanese experience,December 2010 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.178 Vamsi Vakulabharanam Does Class Matter? Class Structure and Worsening Inequality in India during the Era of Economic Reforms,August 2009 Not available online
No.177 KOJO Shion, LIU Jia, HU Zuohao and ZHAO Ping: The Impact of Channel Power on Opportumistic Behavior: The Moderating Role of Perception of Justice,August 2009 PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.176 Seh-Jin CHANG: A Generalization of the Revelation Principle in an Informationally Decentralized Economy,March 2009 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.175 Eiichi Sekine: The Pension System and Business Environment in China,March 2009 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.174 NIU Zhanwen: Lean Design and Management for Manufactoring Enterprise Lifecycle,March 2009 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.173 Chikashi KISHIMOTO: The Development of Industrial Cluster and Firm-Level Strategy:A Case Study of the Taiwanese IC Industry,March 2009 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.172 Tokumaru Norio: Governance at the development workplace in the Japanese software companies,March 2009 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.171 Phouphet Kyophilavong: Evaluation of Macroeconomic Policy in Laos,March 2009 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.170 Zhang Jifeng: International Cooperation between Japanese and Chinese Automobile Industries,March 2009 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.169 Zhang Juwei: Economic Growth and Employment in China -Pursuing for Flexicurity in Labor Markets-,March 2009 PDFファイル PDFファイル PDFファイル
No.168 Mang Jing-shi: Competition among Regional Governments under the Fiscal Federalism of China and Toyota’s North-South Dual Administration,September 2008 PDFファイル
No.167 Hu Pei: Impact on Chinese Economic Growth from Information Technology Investment,February 2008 PDFファイル
No.166 Kong Zhaojun: The Research on the Simulation Method in Public Management Decision Support System,February 2008 PDFファイル
No.165 Ivica Veza: Restructuring of the Croatian Shipbuilding Industry,February 2008 PDFファイル
No.164 ZHENG Haidong: A Study on the Research and Development of Enterprise in China: What is Overlooked about Introduction of Foreign Investment,July 2007 PDFファイル
No.163 Jungdong Park: Northeast Asia and the Trends of the 21st Century:An Essay on the Northeast Asian Community,June 2007 Not available online
No.162 Mitsuo YAMADA: Inter-regional Input-Output Analysis between Aichi Prefecture, Japan and Coastal Regions of China,May 2007 PDFファイル
No.161 Yuko Arayama, Jong Moo Kim and Ayal Kimhi: Determinants of Income Inequality among Korean Farm Households,November 2006 PDFファイル
No.160 Ferdinand C. Maquito: Diversity in ODA: An Examination of ADB’s Individual Identity,October 2006 PDFファイル
No.159 Yang DongLiang: Construction of an East Asian Community and the Choices of China and Japan,August 2006 PDFファイル
No.158 Shin’ichi KAWAI: Trend of Reforming Corporate Governance in East Asia,August 2006 PDFファイル
No.157 Koichi Ishikawa: East Asia FTA & Trade between Japan and China in Major Industries,May 2006 PDFファイル
No.156 Inchul Kim: Exchange Rate Policy Coordination Among China, Japan, and Korea,September 2005 PDFファイル
No.155 Akifumi Kuchiki: Effectiveness of the Flowchart Approach to Industrial Cluster Policy in Asia,July 2005 PDFファイル
No.154 Tran Van Hoa: Small and Medium Enterprises in Thua Thien HueProvince, Central Vietnam: Analysis of the Survival and Growing Cases,July 2005 PDFファイル
No.153 Sueo SUDO: Asean at The Third Transition: Groping for a New Regionalism in East Asia,March 2005 PDFファイル
No.152 Peter Lee U: A Tale of Two (Philippine) Industries, January 2005 PDFファイル
No.151 Fwu-Ranq Chang: Optimal Growth and Impatience: A Phase Diagram Analysis, October 2004 PDFファイル
No.150 LI Gang-Zhe: The Paradigm Change of Regional Cooperation in Northeast Asia and Financial Cooperation, October 2004 PDFファイル
No.149 Makoto Nambara: The Beginning of the Thai Beer Industry:The Establishment of the Boonrawd Brewery Co., Ltd,September 2004 PDFファイル
No.148 Wu Haiying: A Comprehensive Evaluation of and Policy Recommendation to Foreign Direct Investment Environments in Western China ,June 2004 PDFファイル
No.147 Nanako Fujita: Gunnar Myrdal’s Theory of Cumulative Causation Revisited,April 2004 PDFファイル
No.146 Chayan VADDHANAPHUTI: Discourses on Thai Village Community in the Context of Southeast Asian Modernization,August 2003 PDFファイル
No.145 Tadashi Minagawa,Shin Kawai: Cyclical Price Movements in an Atomistic Market,August 2003 WORDファイル(24KB) PDFファイル
No.144 Jeanne H YAMAMURA,Yvonne STEDHAM and Michimasa SATOH: Accountants in Japan: The Relevance of Organizational Factors to Job Satisfaction,June 2003 WORDファイル(20KB) PDFファイル
No.143 Jeanne H YAMAMURA,Michimasa SATOH and Yvonne STEDHAM: Changing Dimensions of National Culture in Japan:Applying the Hofstede Framework,June 2003 WORDファイル(22KB) PDFファイル
No. Subject
No.142 Yasuhiro TAKARADA and Makoto TAWADA:Optimal Foreign Aid and Altruistic Behavior
No.141 Fan Conglai:Research on the Correlation of Deflation and Shrinking Money Supply.
No.140 J.Thomas Lindblad:Japanese Investment in Indonesia in Historical Perspective.
No.139 Hiroshi kakazu:Globalization and Regional Economy:Problems and Prospects of Growth Triangle (GT) Approach Okinawa as a Case Study.
No.138 Suranart Khamanarong:The marketing diversification of SMES administration in Thailand.
No.137 Preecha Kuwinpant:A study on SMES in Thailand:A general overview.
No.136 Takatoshi Tsukamoto:The conditions and problems of the medical insurance system in China.
No.135 Hikaru Ogawa:Distribution of household income within a non-cooperative family.
No.134 Paolo Mario Piacentini:Financial constraints and the real economy:a framework for the analysis of recent episodes of financial fragility.
No.133 Cao Fengqi:Issues on financing system for the small & medium-sized enterprises in China.
No.132 Mohan,L.Lakhera:Declining share of Japanese investments in India during the nineties:possible causes and policy imperatives for arresting the decline.
No.131 Peter C. Y. Chow : What can be done after the Asian financial crisis.
No.130 Hitoshi Hirakawa : East Asia’s currency and economic crisis and the development of regional cooperation.
No.129 Mitsushige Nitta : The foundation of an enterprise as a knowledge creation process: focussing on the foundation of the technology-intensive firm.
No.128 Charles Chau-Fei Ou : Business formation in Japan, Taiwan and the United States – A comparative analysis.
No.127 Paolo Mario Piacentini : Final demand, growth and employment – The relevance of demand-side factor in explainning recent employment and growth trends in USA and Europe.
No.126 Chatthip Nartsupha :The theory of the School of Political Economy in historical studies of the Thai village communities,February 2001.
No.125 Hiroyasu Uemura: Demand, distribution and structural change A nonlinear model of neo-marxian and kaleckian accumulation theory, October 2000.
No.124 Akira Nishimori, Hikaru Ogawa:Regulation by Participation with capacity choice, September 2000.
No.123 Takao Ohkawa, Makoto Okamura, Makoto Tawada:Endogenous timing and welfare in the game of trade policies under international oligopoly, August 2000.
No.122 Nung Jin Kim: Korean firms’ research and development strategies, July 2000.
No.121 Yutan Li: Development and characteristics of China’s township-village industry, July 2000.
No.120 Katsuo Hiizumi: The past and present of Chinese economic area, March 2000.
No.119 Jaw-Yann TWU: The emergence of economically integrated regions in the Asia-Pacific, March 2000.
No.118 Tetsuji Kawamura: Reappraisal of structural changes of the U. S. economy in the 1980S From a perspective of transforming postwar Pax Americana, March 2000.
No.117 Hiroyasu Uemura: Growth, distribution and structural change in the Japanese economy: A study based on the institutional analysis, March 2000.
No.116 Thiery Ribault:Care services for the Japanese elderly: between family arrangements and market mechanisms, November 1999.
No.115 Wei Dapeng: Toward systematic construction of core competencies: Some lessons for development of Chinese enterprises, July 1999.
No.114 Yoshiki Kaneko:The Asian currency crisis 1998 and Malaysia’s response The impact on Malaysian’s political economy -, July 1999.
No.113 Hee-Cheol Moon:A comparative study of intellectual property management systems in Japan and Korea, July 1999.
No.112 Robert Boyer:Will the Japanese and the German innovation systems cope with the challenges of the XXIst century?, February 1999.
No.111 Yasuo Fukao:Central government intervention in local government in Indonesia in the 1990’S, February 1999.
No.110 Frank S. T. Hsiao, Mei-chu W. Hsiao:Catching up but falling behind in the long run on capitalist development of Taiwan and Korea, February 1999.
No.109 Jiro Nemoto, Mika Goto: Dynamic data envelopment analysis: Modeling intertemporal behavior of a firm in the presence of productive inefficiencies, January 1999.
No.108 Wolfgang Klenner: Japan’s economy Coping with structural changes in east and Southeast Asia, January 1999.
No.107 Sthphen Nicholas, William Purcell: Do Japanese buyers learn? A longitudinal study of Japanese MNEs’ subcontracting with Australian suppliers, January 1999.
No.106 Chaiwoot CHAIPAN :Asean economies in transition and the role of tourism: Lessons from Thailand, September 1998.
No.105 Katsuya UE: An expansion of medium run macroeconomic dynamics, March 1998.
No.104 Jae Kie Park:A comparative study on management innovation of R&D centers in Japan, Korea and US., March 1998.
No.103 Tadashi Yagi; Noriko Furumatsu; Nobuhiro Okuno: Optimal allocation of inter regional educational public investment with threshold externality, March 1998.
No.102 Panos Mourdoukoutas: Do Japanese companies have a competitive strategy?, December 1997.
No.101 Toshio Yamada:Le capitalisme japonais et le compromis compagnie iste, August 1997.
No.100 Hiroshi Kumon: A 1996 survey of the conditions for the long term establishment of the Japanese production system as practiced at Japanese auto assembly plants in the US, March 1997.
No.99 Ikuo Iwasaki: The dynamics and structures of local Chinese capital in Southeast Asia, March 1997.
No.98 Jong Rong Chen: Technological source and technological capability, March 1997.
No.97 Marcus Edward Rebick: Trade and labor markets with price discrimination in the product market: The Japanese labor market 1965 1990, February 1997.
No.96 Guo Liang Li: The formation and development of the ethnic Chinese business groups in Southeast Asia, February 1997.
No.95 Nobuyoshi Yamori : Are banks leaders or followers of international business? Recent experiences of Japanese banks, August 1996.
No.94 Jiro NAKAMURA :International migration and the labor market in the sendingcountries: case of Thailand, March 1996.
No.93 sao OHASHI, Hiroshi TERUYAMA : Intra-firm mobility, wages and promotions in the Japanese employment system, March 1996.
No.92 Koichi NAKAJIMA :A quantitative study of the effects of Japanese imperial policy on Taiwan rice and sugar economies, March 1996.
No.91 Hiroyasu UEMURA, Akinori ISOGAI, Akira EBIZUKA : A regulation approach to the post-war Japanese economy: The hypothesis of the ‘Hierarchical market-firm nexus’, March 1996.
No.90 Michel J. MESTRE : Performance management and first line management, March 1996.
No.89 Kozo MAKINO : Deregulation of electric utility industry and its effects on electricity rates, March 1996.
No.88 Joop HARTOG, Edwin LEUVEN, Coen TEULINGS : Wages and the bargaining regime in a corporatist setting: The Netherlands, January 1996.
No.87 CHEAH Hock-Beng : Changes in competitive advantage in east Asia and the pacific: causes and consequences, November 1995.
No.86 Hiroshi OIKAWA :An economic interpretation of the education system in Hongkong, August 1995.
No.85 Sergei Stanislavovich LOBANOV : Japan’s foreign direct investment and financing of affiliates in East Asia, June 1995.
No.84 G bor BAKOS : Foreign direct investments in Eastern Europe, focusing on Japan’s role, June 1995.
No.83 Jaw-Yann TWU :Economic collaboration of the sea of Japan region in perspective, March 1995.
No.82 Koji TANIGUCHI : The role of Japanese and Taiwan-Korean FDIS in the industrial development in Thailand: a comparison, March 1995.
No.81 Jaw-Yann TWU : The Asian growth triangle: structure, change and perspective, March 1995.
No.80 Carl Anthony MOSK : Small scale production and urban expansion in industrializing Japan: Nagoya, 1890-1940, November 1994.
No.79 Kazuharu KIYONO : Strategiceffects of domestic and export cartels: Their static and dynamic analysis
No.78 CHAIWOOT Chaipan : Foreign direct investment in Thailand from Japan and Nies: A local perspective, November 1994.
No.77 Carl Anthony MOSK :The market for older workers in Japan: A long-run view, November 1994.
No.76 Wen-jeng KUO : The characteristics of Taiwan’s direct investment toward Asian developing countries: A study on firm’s behavior, June 1994.
No.75 Takao MAKIDO :Motivation policy in Chinese enterprises, March 1994.
No.74 LEE Gun-Yung : Different impacts of Confucianism on the corporate-society formation of Japan and Korea, March 1994.
No.73 Tien-tung HSUEH :Pattern, specialization and efficiency of China’s regional economic development, March 1994.
No.72 Sheng- Yann LII : Japanese direct foreign investment and trade flows in the Asia-Pacific region, January 1994.
No.71 Hiroyasu UEMURA, Akira EBIZUKA :Incentives and flexibility in the hierarchical Market-firm nexus: A prelude to the analysis of productivity regimes in Japan, January 1994.
No.70 Rafic ALIEV : Russian Development strategy for the international economic cooperation in the Japan sea: plan and concept, December 1993.
No.69 Yoshiteru MINAGAWA : Taxation and reinvestment by MNCS, November 1993.
No.68 Khondaker Mizanur RAHMAN : Japanese foreign direct investment and Malaysia’s economic development, November 1993.
No.67 RyueiOKUMURA : Productive government expenditures and the current balance of payments, October 1993.
No.66 Isao YANAGIMACHI :Korean semiconductor firms in the global competition, September 1993.
No.65 GONG, Byeong-Ho :Cooperative relationship between assemblers and suppliers in the automobile industry: A comparative study of Japan and Korea, August 1993.
No.64 Takao MAKIDO :Current issues facing Korean corporate management: viewed from comparison with Japanese experience, March 1993.
No.63 HLA PHYU CHIT :A search for growth: A development management approach for Myanmar, March 1993.
No.62 Tadashi YAGI : Optimal regional allocation mechanism of public investment, February 1993.
No.61 Zhiming CHENG : The rationalization of the organization system of China’s automobile industry: reference to the Japan’s experience, February 1993.
No.60 Sriwongse SUMITRA : The role of Japanese trading company on the Thai marine products industry, February 1993.
No.59 Tain-Jy CHEN :Foreign direct investment in the electronics industry: A comparative study of firms from the U. S., Japan, and Taiwan, December 1992.
No.58 Prem Narain SHARMA :Regional & local development management systems in India and Japan: A comparative study, December 1992.
No.57 Johen GOTTKO, Robert O. McMAHON, Paul SAUER, Murray YOUNG : Assessing export performance: Towards a test of alternative models, July 1992
No.56 Spyros John Vliamos : Economic theorising and policy making, March 1992.
No.55 Mitsuo Fujimoto : Les Impacts des Multinationales sur les Pays H tes, February 1992.
No.54 Maung Maung Lwin : A preliminary study on urban informal sector of Myanmar — The case of capital city Yangon –, March 1991.
No.53 Jiro Nemoto, Yasuo Nakanishi, Seishi Madono :Scale economies and over- capitalization in Japanese electric utilities, March 1991.
No.52 Nobuhiro Okuno, Kimiyoshi Kamada, Ritsuko Futagami : Decisions on regional allocation of public investment, March 1991.
No.51 Soshichi Kinoshita : A linked international model for the pacific basin economy, November 1990.
No.50 Spyros Vliamos, Tadashi Yagi : Balanced regional development and public investment in a foam of non-material public infrastructure, October 1990.
No.49 Yasuyuki Nishigaki : Productivity of public capital and the effects on income distribution in Japanese manufacturing industries, March 1990.
No.48 Jiro Nemoto, Kimiyoshi Kamada, Makoto Kawamura :Mesuring social discount rates and optimal stocks in Japan, 1960-1982, March 1990.
No.47 Nobuhiro Okuno, Ritsuko Futagami : Regional income inequality and allocation of public investment : The experience in Japan, 1958-1986, March 1990.
No.46 Soshichi Kinoshita, Jiro Nemoto :The changing pattern of international specialization and economic interdependence among Asia-Pacific, the US and the EC economies, January 1990.
No.45 Nobuhiro Okuno, Tadashi Yagi :Public investment, economic growth and interregional income inequalities, November 1989.
No.44 Hua Sing Lim :Japanese direct foreign investment (DFI) and Singapore’s economic development, October 1989.
No.43 Haruo Nagamine: Science and technology in human resources development: experience in the ESCAP region, March 1989.
No.42 Soshichi Kinoshita: An economeric analysis of the transmission mechanism of business fluctuation within the Pacific basin economy, March 1989.
No.41 Noriaki Iwata: Technological capability of Manufacturing firms in Nagoya city, March 1989.
No.40 Kitti Limskul: The sectoral capital stock, employment and sources of economic growth in Thailand 1960-1986, September 1988.
No.39 Hiroshi Osada:Oil prices and the Indonesian economy, September 1988.
No.38 Kiyoaki Adachi:Canada’s commercial agents in the 1880’s the national policy reconsidered, August 1988.
No.37 Ryuhei Okumura:Real and monetary shocks in a dynamic two-country model, July 1988.
No.36 Soshichi Kinoshita; Mitsuo Yamada:The Impacts of robotization on macro and sectoral economies within a world econometric model, July 1988.
No.35 Panos Mourdoukoutas: International recession, Microelectronics and economic adjustment ―― The case of Japan, February 1988.
No.34 Takio Nakagawa: Asian retailing revolution and Japanese companies ―― The Thailand  case――,December 1987.
No.33 Taiyo Ozaki:Comparisons of investment behaviors of the U.S. economy with those of the Japanese economy, September 1987.
No.32 Werner Pascha: On the contribution of phasing to the analysis of East Asian economic development, June 1987.
No.31 Takao Saito: Der Einflu der deutschen Betriebswirtschaftslehre auf die japanische ― Insbesondere in bezug auf das Rechnungswesen, March 1987.
No.30 Masaichi Mizuno:The economic consequences of government deficit ―― The Japanese case, March 1987.
No.29 Takeshi Amemiya; Keiko Shimono:An application of nested logit models to the labor supply of the elderly, September 1986.
No.28 Wilaiwan Wannitikul: Comparative study on trade conflicts between Thailand and selected major trading partners, June 1986.
No.27 Kanji Miyamoto: International transfer prices and practices of Japanese companies, March 1986.
No.26 Kazuhisa Ito: Corporate financing & financial policies in Korea & Taiwan, February 1986.
No.25 Wilaiwan Wannitikul:International conflicts on trade and investment Thailand-Japan aspect, December 1985.
No.24 Isao Ohashi: Wage and employment adjustments and the efficiency wage hypothesis ― An application to the Japanese manufacturing industries, August 1985.
No.23 Tsuneo Iida: What is really unique about the Japanese economy? August 1985.
No.22 Tsuneo Iida:International economic conflicts and Japan, July 1985.
No.21 Fumihiko Adachi: Trade, growth and international economic conflicts, March 1985.
No.20 Masahiro Imao: Japan-U.S. trade friction regarding services ― A study of the fin ancial, air transportation and restauraunt & catering industries, December 1984.
No.19 Maung Maung Lwin:An econometric approach to urbanization, age, education and internal migration ― A cross-sectional analysis (Theory and reality in Japanese case), November 1984.
No.18 Tsuneo Iida: The challenge of affluence, August 1984.
No.17 Nobuhito Takeuchi; Masaichi Mizuno: Economic and political factors affecting budgetary decisions in Japan, March 1984.
No.16 Tamiki Kishida: Decision‐making process and organization structure in Japanese management, January 1984.
No.15 Jun’ichi Senda: The decision‐making process of the Japanese monetary policy ―In the case of bank rate policy, January 1984.
No.14 Karl‐Heinz Schmidt: Robotization in small scale industry of Japan and West ‐Germany ― A comparative study with special reference to employment, December 1983.
No.13 Yosifusa Naito: Increase of Asian NICs exports of manufactures and its impact On the division of labour with Japan in manufactured goods, December 1983.
No.12 Yvon Gasse: The process of acquisition of new technologies by small and medium firms ― A Model, July 1983.
No.11 Tsuneo Iida: Trade frictions between Japan and other developed economies ― An overview, March 1983.
No.10 Maung Maung Lwin: Burmese urbanization ― An overview, February 1983.
No.9 Yoshikuni Ohnishi: Multinational corporations from developing countries ― Emergence of new powers in the world economy, October 1982.
No.8 Il‐Gon Kim: Trade imblance and economic cooperation between Korea and Japan, September 1982.
No.7 Toshihiko Toda:An international comparison of business failures, July 1982.
No.6 Eiji Ogawa: A study on learning process ― Focusing on the application process of industrial robots in Japan’s small manufacturing enterprises, May 1982.
No.5 Kunihiro Jojima: Die heutigen Nord‐Nord‐Konflikte als Problem des Freihandels ― Eine Stellungnahme, March 1982.
No.4 Hiroshi Fujise: Japan’s historical position in the world trade 1900‐1940, March 1982.
No.3 Eiji Ogawa: A study of Japanese direct investment, March 1982.
No.2 Tsuneo Iida:Public finance and cultural factors in economic growth in Japan, September 1981
No.1 Tsuneo Iida:Concept and possibility of the pacific community, September 1981.