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Economics course


About the Program

The Master's Program in Economics is constituted of a wide assortment of special lectures and seminars covering studies in both contemporary social economy and such areas as social systems and law, which are common to the other programs. The economics themes at the core of the curriculum encompass such specialist areas as theoretical economics, history of economics, history of economy, economic policy, theory of industrial economy, social policy, theory of labor economy, public finance, theory of finance, and theory of international economy. Several of these are also basic themes of the doctoral program in economic and business risk, providing the master's program with a thorough coverage of the theory, history, policy and systems of the complex social economy of our times. Through education in advanced expertise and development of the skills to apply that expertise, this program fulfills an important role for the training of specialist researchers and highly skilled professionals fully capable of investigating and elucidating complex issues in economics.
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syllabus(In Japanese)

Lectures

Theoretical Economics
Mathematical Economics
Contemporary Capitalism
History of Economics
History of the Japanese
Economy History of
Western Economies
Economic Policy
Industrial Economy
Economic Geography
Social Policy
Labor Economics
Public Finance
Domestic and Foreign Financial Systems
Public Economics of Finance
Macro-Finance
Micro-Finance
Central Banking
Insurance and Annuity Markets
International Economy
Theory of World Economic Systems
International Economic Relations
Econometrics
Economic Sociology
Modern Political Theory
Consumer Psychology
Social Systems
Administrative Systems
Public Law
Commercial Law
Economic Law
Labor Law
Tax Law
Comparative Study of Societies and Cultures
Theory of the Emergence of Urban Economy
Seminar
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Study of Foreign Reference Materials