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KOH Youngku

Profile

Title Professor
Belong to Dept. of International Studies
Global Education Center, Liberal Arts Education Program (Humanities and Social Literacy)
International Relations (graduate school)
Dept. of International Relations
Graduated Kyoto University, Graduate School of Economics
Degree M.A.in Ecnomics(Kyoto University)
Academic Institutional Membership Japan Society of International Economics
The Peace Studies Association of Japan
Field of Study International Finance, International Trade Theory
Research, Studies International Finance in Developing Countries, History of International Trade Theory
Curriculum Specialized International Finance, International Trade Theory

Academic Papers, Critique

"International capital movements and the responsibility of the center countries -a reappraisal of Nurkse's theory", Boekifu: Chubu International Review, vol.10, April 2015

"John Law on money: demand and power", Boekifu: Chubu International Review, vol.9, April 2014

"J.R.Commons on managed currency: class conflict and justice", Boekifu: Chubu International Review, vol.8, April 2013

"Adolf A.Berle on liquidity: 'artificial liquidity' and power", Boekifu: Chubu International Review, vol.7, April 2012

"Eiichi SUGIMOTO's critical view on short-term liquidity: an approach toward periphery and heterogenieous economy", Boekifu: Chubu International Review, vol.6, April 2011

"Tojokoku Saimu No Shin Apurochi (New approaches towards resolving the insolvency of developing countries)", Sekaikeizai Hyoron, Nov. 2003

"Tausiggu(F.W.Taussig) no fubyodou bouekiron (Taussig's theory of unequal international trade)", Kyushu Kokusai Daigaku Keiei Keizai Ronshu, 9(3). March, 2003

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