Profile

 

<Selected Positions Held>

·    1972.9 – 1973.5: Assistant Research Economist, Department of Economics, University of California at Berkeley.

·    1973.6 – 1979.8: Assistant Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, Yale University.

·    1979.9 – 1981.5: Senior Research Associate, Cowles Foundation for Research in Economics, Yale University.

·    1981.6 – 1989.3: Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, The University of Tokyo.

·    1988.9 – 1989.6: Visiting Associate Professor of International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University.

·    1988.9 – 1989.6: Visiting Professor of Economics, Department of Economics, University of Pennsylvania.

·    1989.4 – 2010.3: Professor, Faculty of Economics, The University of Tokyo.

·    1997.4 – 1997.10: Visiting Fellow, Dipartimento di Economia Politica, Università di Siena.

·    2001.10 – 2003.9: Dean, Graduate School of Economics and Faculty of Economics, The University of Tokyo.

·    2004.4 – 2016.3: Visiting Professor, Musashino University; 2010.4-2012.3: Specially Appointed Professor.

·    2005.10 – 2011.9: Member, Science Council of Japan; Chair: Economics Division, 2006.10 – 2011.9.

·    2006.4 – 2013.3: Senior Research Fellow, Tokyo Foundation.

·    2010.4 – 2017.3: Visiting Professor, International Christian University

·    2010.4 – : Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo

·    2013.4 – : Distinguished Fellow, Tokyo Foundation.

·    2015.12 –: Member, The Japan Academy

·    2017.4 –: Distinguished Professor, International Christian University

 

<Degrees>

·    1969. 6: The University of Tokyo, Bachelor of Economics.

·    1972. 6: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ph. D. in Economics.

 

<Honors>

·    Grand Prix, Nikkei Economic Books Cultural Award, 1982,@to Disequilibrium Dynamics -- A Theoretical Analysis of Inflation and Unemployment.

·    Suntory Academic Award, 1993, to Ontology of Money (Kahei Ron).

·    Kobayashi Hideo Award, 2003 to What Will Become of the Corporation (Kaisha ha Korekara Donarunoka )

·    M&A Forum Prize, 2009, to M&A for the Wealth of Nations (M&A Kokufu-Ron).

·    9th John Whitney Hall Lecturer, 2007.11.7, Yale University.

·    Medal with Purple Ribbon, 2007 Spring, by the Japanese Government, to Distinguished Contributions to Economic Theory.

·    Honorary Doctorate, 2009. 4. 4., University of Belgrade, for Contributions to Economic and Legal Theory and Analysis of the Japanese Economy

·    12th Clarke Lecturer at Cornell Law School, 2014.03.26, Cornell Law School

·    Election to The Japan Academy,@2015.12.14

·    Selection as Person of Cultural Merit (Bunka-Korosha), 2016.11.3

 

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