(As of April 2014)
Name: Naoto Jinji
Current Position: Professor, Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University
B.A. in Sociology, Tohoku University,
Diploma in Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, U.K., July 1992.
M.A. in Sociology,
Ph.D. in Economics, University of British Columbia,
Professor, Faculty of Economics, April 2014 – present.
Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, April 2009 – March 2014.
Faculty Fellow, October 2013 – present
Faculty Fellow, June 2006 – September 2008.
Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, April 2005 – March 2009.
International Development Center of
Economist, Development Studies Division. April 1995 - August 1996, and January 2001 - March 2002.
Assistant Economist, Planning and Research Division. May 1994 - March 1995.
American Economic Association
Canadian Economics Association
Royal Economic Society
Association of Environmental and Resource Economists
Japanese Economic Association
Japan Society of International Economics
American Economic Review; American Journal of Agricultural Economics; Bulletin of Economic Research; Canadian Journal of Economics; Ecological Economics; Economic Inquiry; Economic Journal; Economic Modelling; Economics Bulletin; Economics Letters; Environment and Development Economics; Environmental and Resource Economics; Environmental Economics and Policy Studies; European Review of Agricultural Economics; Global Economic Review; Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics; International Economic Journal; International Economic Review; International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology; Japan and the World Economy; Japanese Economic Review; Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organizations; Journal of Asian Economics; Journal of Environmental Economics and Management; Journal of Environmental Management; Journal of International Economics; Journal of International Trade & Development; Journal of Regulatory Economics; Journal of the Japanese and International Economies; Kyoto Economic Review; Manchester School; Resource and Energy Economics; Review of Development Economics; Review of International Economics; Review of Urban and Regional Development Studies; Southern Economic Journal