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TODA Masao


Title Professor
Belong to Dept. of International Studies
Dept. of International Relations
International Relations (graduate school)
Graduated University of Illinois, Graduate School of Economics
Degree Ph. D. in Economics, University of Illinois
Academic Institutional Membership American Economic Association, Japan Economic Policy Association, Japan Association for Asian Studies
Field of Study Econometrics, Labor Economics
Research, Studies Quantitative Economic Analysis of Social Phenomena
Curriculum Specialized International Economic and Social Policies (at Graduate School); Principles of Economics, International Economy

Books Published, Translation

The Economics of Location, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., England, 1995

Employment Problems under the Conditions of Rapid Technological Change (joint work), Duncker Humbolt, Berlin, 1988

Botschaftigungsprobleme unter den Bedingungen raschen technologischen Wandels, VIII Freiburg-Nagoya Gemeinsames Seminar, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, 1984

Education as a Consumption Good, University Microfilms International, 1981

Academic Papers, Critique

Some Economic Extensions of Central-place Theory Involving Profit Maximization (joint work), Urban Studies, Vol. 37, No. 3, 2000

Gandhian Economic Philosophy and Japanese Industrial Relation: A Study in Parallelism (joint work), J. of the College of International Studies, 2000

An Application of the Frontier Price Concept in Spatial Equilibrium Analysis, Urban Studies, Vol. 35, No. 8, 1998

An Unequal Spatial Structure of Location and Price with Consumer Density (joint work), The Economic Record, Vol. 71, No. 213, 1995

Recent Experience of the Japanese Economy in Relation to the Small and Medium Industries: 1980-1995, General Organization for Industrialization Ministry of Industry, Egypt, 1995

Spatial Configurations, Competition and Welfare (joint work), The Annals of Regional Science, Vol. 24, No. 1, 1990

Social Activities

English Lectures on Japanese Economy, Discussant in International Conferences

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