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Kyoto University Faculty of Economics The 100th Year Anniversary International Conference Series
"Economic Growth and Income Distribution: Facing Real Economy Beyond Schools"
Date: Saturday, 24th (10:00-18:20) and Sunday, 25th (9:00-18:00) August, 2019
Venue: Hokei Lecture Room 4, Faculty of Law and Faculty of Economics Main Building, Main Campus, Kyoto University
Since the beginning of economics, economic growth and income distribution have been the most important theme of economics. In recent years too, slowdown of economic growth and widening of income gap are thought to be problems of advanced countries. In this international conference, researchers from diverse schools who are active at the forefront meet together in one place, present their researches, and discuss economic growth and income distribution beyond schools.
Anyone who are interested in the subject can participate in this international conference, including undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni of Kyoto University as well as researchers, irrespective of inside and outside of Kyoto University.
¡Program (Please click here)
¡Abstracts (Please click here)
EApplication deadline is 5th (Monday) August 2019.@¨@Application deadline is extended until 10th (Saturday) August 2019.@¨@Application is closed.
EParticipation fee for the international conference is free. Limited to the first 300 people. You can apply at the venue on that day if there are seats available.
EReception on the night of 24 August is held at French restaurant "La Tour". For location, please refer to the map on the program.
EReception fee is charged. Limited to the first 100 people. The reception fee is 4000 Japanese yen for general participants and 2000 Japanese yen for students. Please pay the reception fee at the reception on that day. Students of the Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University and the Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University are free.
Koichi Futagami (Osaka University)
Charles Yuji Horioka (Kobe University)
Kazuo Mino (Doshisha University)
Hiroki Murakami (Chuo University)
Makoto Nirei (University of Tokyo)
Shinichi Nishiyama (Kyoto University)
Hiroaki Sasaki (Kyoto University)
Giacomo Corneo (Free University of Berlin)
Biung Ghi Ju (Seoul National University)
Arslan Razmi (UMass Amherst)
Peter Skott (UMass Amherst)
Naoki Yoshihara (UMass Amherst)
Makoto Saito (Nagoya University / Alumnus of Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University)
Toichiro Asada (Chuo University)
Makoto Hasegawa (Kyoto University)
Masahiko Itaki (Ritsumeikan University)
Munechika Katayama (Waseda University)
Kazuhiro Kurose (Tohoku University)
Kazuhito Ogawa (Kansai University)
Tosihiro Oka (Kyoto University)
Ken Tabata (Kwansei Gakuin University)
Shuhei Takahashi (Kyoto University)
Takayuki Tsuruga (Osaka University)
Akihiko Yanase (Nagoya University)
Yosuke Yasuda (Osaka University)
Organizer: Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University
Supporter: Kyoto University Economic Society / JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number 19K01651
Contact: Hiroaki Sasaki (Kyoto University)@E-mail: sasaki [at] econ.kyoto-u.ac.jp
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