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Doctoral Degree Program / Major in Multisocial Studies

The Major in Multisocial Studies aims to foster highly specialized professionals and researchers who have the advanced specialized knowledge related to the legal and economic systems and can solve the issues. To achieve this aim, this program intends to cultivate the skills to comprehensively and multifacetedly analyze and solve issues related to international and regional systems of laws, politics, economics, or others in the international and regional societies in Japan, East Asia, and around the world, from the perspectives of symbioses promoting mutual understanding and development.

Degrees to be awarded
Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Laws, Doctor of Philosophy in Economics,

Doctoral Degree Program / Major in Multisocial Studies

Major in Multisocial Studies

Local symbiotic society

Local symbiotic society
  • Comparative economic history research
    (Shutaro Muto)
  • New-public-management research
    (Eiji Sumi)
  • Public economics research
    (Masaki Nakahigashi)
  • Chinese economy research
    (Yuki Mizoguchi)
  • NPO theory research
    (Akira Sawamura)
  • Modern financial research
    (Mutsuhito Negishi)
  • Marketing study
    (Masanobu Nagao)
  • Human-resource-administration research
    (Yoichi Hiramatsu)
  • Game theory research
    (Koji Takamiya)
  • Educational economy research
    (To be determined)
  • Information society control research
    (Masatomo Suzuki)
  • Chinese political society research
    (Yasuki Masui)
  • Self-governing body institutional approach
    (To be determined)
  • Modern administration research
    (Takeshi Baba)
  • Administration theoretical research
    (Kazuhisa Najima)
  • Constitution research
    (Miyako Uemura)
  • Criminal code research
    (Saori Tadera)
  • Criminal policy research
    (Kyoko Sakurai)
  • Civil law research
    (Akihiko Kondo)
  • Public-finance-law research
    (Keisuke Imamoto)
  • Criminal-Procedure-Code research
    (Takashi Inada)
  • Company law research
    (Masayuki Yoshida)
  • Mercantile law research
    (Akihiko Umetsu)
  • Community research
    (Ken Uchida)
  • Disaster geography research
    (Eisuke Ono)
  • Upper micro-economics research
    (Takeshi Yamazaki)
  • Upper macro-economics research
    (Yukiko Hasegawa)
  • Medical system research
    (Shinji Tanaka)
  • Organizational behavior theory research
    (Yasuyuki Kishi)
  • Management organization research
    (Akira Kimata)
  • Adult Guardianship Law research
    (Yasushi Kamiyama)
  • Social security measure research
    (To be determined)

International Symbiotic Society

International Symbiotic Society
  • Comparison management-labor-relation research
    (Naoyuki Kinami)
  • Comparison political institution research
    (Morio Hyodo)
  • Family law system research
    (Teiko Tamaki)
  • Civil society organic act research
    (Risa Oshima)
  • Contract law research
    (Tsuyoshi Ishiguro)
  • Law society research
    (Akiko Koizumi)
  • Modern criminal code theoretical research
    (Kazuya Honma)
  • Finance Law research
    (Yukihiro Tanaka)
  • Criminal system theory research
    (Masao Niwa)
  • Bankruptcy Law research
    (Yoshihiro Wakatsuki)
  • Damages Compensation Act research
    (Katsunari Iwasaki)
  • International economic law research
    (Katsumi Sawada)
  • Intellectual property law research
    (Osamu Watanabe)
  • Developing country economy research
    (Kozo Ishikawa)
  • North American constitution research
    (Yoshiyasu Kurita)
  • Russian economy research
    (Mayu Michigami)
  • Environmental economy research
    (Fumiaki Todo)
  • Management information research
    (To be determined)
  • Management Accounting research
    (LEE Gunyung)
  • Tax theory research
    (Kazuo Fujimaki)
  • American economy research
    (Takuma Omori)
  • International economy research
    (Masakazu Naito)
  • Analytical accounting research
    (Hisao Kai)
  • EU economy research
    (Ken Fujita)
  • Application micro-economics research
    (Kojun Hamada)
  • Comparison corporate culture research
    (Takashi Sakikawa)
  • Political-ideas research
    (Kyoichi Sakiyama)
  • International political history research
    (Yutaka Kanda)
  • International human rights research
    (Yutaka Watanabe)
  • Modern constitution theory research
    (Takeshi Tsuchiya)
  • Japanese political diplomatic history research
    (Akira Inayoshi)
  • International-relations theory research
    (ZHANG Yun)
  • Western economic history research
    (Yukimura Sakon)

* Four compulsory subjects are offered as subjects common to the Graduate School, which include Specific Research I, Research II, Specific Research III, and General Seminar.

* Names of teachers and Course Titles are subject to change.

The Syllabus page of each course contains the detailed information on Course Objectives, Textbooks, Lecture Plan, Lecture Style, and Evaluation Method, etc.

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