JK17004Research 1~3-Seminar (SEG)(Lecture)

Numbering Code G-LET36 6JK17 LE36 Year/Term 2021 ・ Second semester
Number of Credits 2 Course Type special lecture
Target Year Target Student
Language English Day/Period Fri.3
Instructor name YANO GO (Graduate School of Economics Professor)
OONISHI HIROSHI (Part-time Lecturer)
NAKANO TAMOTSU (Part-time Lecturer)
TAZOE ATSUSHI (Part-time Lecturer)
Outline and Purpose of the Course East Asia has various types of economies, for example transitional economy, planning economy, development economy and market economy. By introducing these economies, we learn that we need various type of approach including Marxist economics, transitional economics, and development economics. Therefore, professors will not only introduce East Asian economies but also teach the basic points of such approaches.
Course Goals It can be expected that participant students obtain basic knowledge and analytical framework to understand East Asian economies in the context of social sciences.
Schedule and Contents Professor Yano provides lectures on the following topics below.
1)Macro view on Chinese Economy: Investment
2)Modern Economic History in China
3)Economic Reform in China
4)Industrialization in China
5)Transitional Economics as a framework to analyze China

Professor Nakano provides lectures on the following topics below.
6)East Asia from the US Viewpoint
7)East Asia in International Organizations
8)Cooperative security in East Asia: How to resolve the issue of North Korea
9)A Grand Design for Northeast Asia: Multilateral: Cooperation and Physical Integration

Professor Li provides lectures on the following topics below.
10) Marxist Economics as a framework to analyze Asia
11)Trend of Regional Disparity in China 12)Ethnic conflicts in China from a
viewpoint of economics

Professor Tazoe provides lectures on the following topics below.
13)Economic History of Japan
14)Similarity of the East Asian Three Countries
15)Comparative analyses of the East Asian Economies
Evaluation Methods and Policy Check the understanding level by discussion in each lecture(50%)
And by the final reports(50%).
To JDTS/MATS students: This is course can be taken as full seminar (8 ECTS) only.
Course Requirements None
Study outside of Class (preparation and review) 1. Participant students are supposed to check the contents of material for lecture before each round of lecture.

2. Participant students are strongly recommended to prepare for report writing even during the period when lectures are conducted.
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