Outline of Affiliated OrganizationsJAPANESE PAGE
Graduate School of Economics has Affiliated Organizations below for supporting various activities to advance our research and education.
Graduate School of Economics and Faculty of Economics Library
The Library boasts a collection of around 574,000 volumes, as well as a diverse range of electronic journals and databases. An even wider variety of statistical databases can also be accessed through the Economics Research Office. The Economics Research Office is engaged in archiving the historical data on business in Kyoto and Kansai Region.
The Archive of Economic Data and Sources
The Center of “the Archive of Economic Data and Sources” has been established as the department for handling data and sources, other than the Economic Library, and which was reorganized from, former, the Economic Research Office for Economic. The Center provides support for academic research through storage of data and archives.
The Project Center
The Project Center was established in November 2000 to coordinate project-based research initiatives and contribute to the enhancement of education and research across the disciplines of economics and management.
The Center for East Asian Economic Studies
Established in 2002, the Center is designed to pursue research on the economies of East Asia, build networks, and cultivate personnel to work in East Asian region.