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College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Chiba University
ProfessorI am dedicated to International Economics, with a particular focus on empirical and theoretical analysis of trade and investment in the Asia-Pacific region, as well as philosophical and ideological reflections on political economy. My research endeavors encompass individuals, society, and nature, including the global environment, with a constant awareness of their interconnectedness. I aim to pursue interdisciplinary research, striving to understand these elements as integral components of one interconnected world, although it can be a challenging endeavor.
Recent Topics of Interest:
I aspire to engage in interdisciplinary reflections on the current state and future prospects of global capitalist activities, exemplified by free trade. I aim to examine them in the context of human nature, the concept of the nation-state, and the trends in the natural environment, recognizing the inherent challenges involved.
Motto in Research or in Life:
I want to lead a purposeful life, considering what I should do as a human being within society and nature, even before being a researcher.
Hobby / Holiday:
While striving to adhere to the above-mentioned motto, I also find relaxation on the couch, indulge in long walks, and often pick up food and drinks to enjoy during my walks.
Faculty of Law, Politics and Economics / Research Institute of Disaster Medicine, Chiba University
ProfessorI specialize in European political history and comparative politics, with a particular focus on the Netherlands. My research interests encompass various topics, including ongoing welfare and labor reforms in European countries, the impact of populism on established political parties and parliamentary politics, developments concerning minority groups such as Jews, and the intricate relationship between monarchies and democracy.
Recent Topics of Interest: Urban regeneration and the role of “neighborhood” are central themes that directly impact shaping the community’s approach to disaster prevention.
Motto in Research or in Life: Once-in-lifetime-“word” (as a researcher dedicated to the study of the power of conversation)
Hobby / Holiday: Travelling and “Exploring towns”