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1 Investigation and Research Related to High Market Value Innovation and R&D Bases

1-1 RESEARCH GROUP ON CONSTRUCTION OF SYSTEMS FOR IDENTIFYING SEEDS OF INNOVATION WITH BIG DATA

REPRESENTATIVES: Hiroshi Yadohisa

Currently, most companies crunch big data using traditional multivariate analysis and descriptive statistics, or relatively simple machine learning techniques. In addition to these, this project employs the results of the latest data processing and analytical research methods that are being proposed in the fields of statistical science and information science to construct systems that not only serve marketing needs but also enable estimation of a wide variety of seeds of innovation and their market values. In particular, we are attempting an unprecedented type of system development based on psychological analysis. More specifically, we will seek out seeds of innovation by segmenting consumers and discerning and analyzing the characteristics of each segment.

Kenichi Akama Lecturer, Faculty of Human Relations, Fukuoka Jogakuin University
Yoshio Itaba Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Megumi Ushikubo Representative, Infinity inc.
Ichiro Uchiyama Professor, Graduate School of Psychology, Doshisha University
Yoshiyuki Oshita Chief Director / Principal Consultant, Center for Arts Policy & Management, Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting Co., Ltd.
Kazuki Kamimura Assistant Professor, Faculty of Economy, Kyoto Sangyo University
Masayuki Kitaoka Support specialist, Small and Medium Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry
Kazutaka Kitakami Senior Manager, Research and CRM Division, NTTCom Online Marketing Solutions Corporation
Shinichi Kitasaka Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Kohei Komamura Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University
Ichiro Sasaki Associate Professor, Faculty of Commerce, Doshisha University
Mitsuhiko Satake Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Takeshi Sugio Professor, Graduate School of Culture and Information Science, Doshisha University
Shinji Takai Professor, Graduate School of Commerce, Doshisha University
Mikiyo Niizeki Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Takeshi Niiyama Operating Officer New Business Development, Capy Inc.
Kenji Hatano Professor, Graduate School of Culture and Information Science, Doshisha University
Taku Hirano Research Assistant, The Tokyo Foundation CSR Research Project/D3, Graduate School of Innovation Management, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Mitsunori Hirogaki Associate Professor, Faculty of Collaborative Regional Innovation, Ehime University
Tetsushi Fujimoto Professor, Graduate School of Policy and Management, Doshisha University
Masayo Fujimoto Professor, Graduate School of Social Studies, Doshisha University
Takayuki Fujimori Manager, Research and CRM Division, NTTCom Online Marketing Solutions Corporation
Hideyuki Muguruma President, CEO and Senior Consultant, Dynamic Marketing Co., Ltd.
Tadashi Yagi Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Hiroshi Yadohisa Professor, Graduate School of Culture and Information Science, Doshisha University
Eiichi Yamaguchi Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Policy and Management, Doshisha University
Shin Yamazaki Head, Environmental Epidemiology Section, National Institute for Environmental Studies
Nobuyoshi Yamori Professor, Research Institute for Economics & Business Administration, Kobe University
Masao Yogo Professor, Graduate School of Psychology, Doshisha University
Motoi Wada Professor, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Doshisha University

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2 Surveys and Research Related to Formation of Creative Cities attracting Creative Human Resources

2-1 RESEARCH GROUP ON FORMATION OF CREATIVE CITIES

REPRESENTATIVES: Yoshio Itaba, Masayuki Sasaki

1. We will carry out a comparative analysis on the effects that the formation of creative milieu in creative cities exert with respect to attracting creative human resources, as well as the effects on knowledge creation of concentrations of cultural capital, universities, research institutes, and other bases for R& D. We will look into theoretical models for the optimal types of capital formation for activating knowledge creation.

2. We will carry out theoretical and empirical analysis on the nature of the value creation chains in creative cities, and also on what kinds of social capital and social policies are effective in removing bottlenecks in value chains.

Yoshio Itaba Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Tomohisa Okada Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, Daito Bunka University
Tomohiro Okada Part-time Lecturer, Faculty of Global Media Studies, Komazawa University/Managing Director of Creative Cluster/Representative of Cool States Communications Laboratories
Sachiko Kawaida Professor, Faculty of Regional Sciences, Tottori University / Secretary-general, Creative City Consortium (NPO)
Akihiko Kawaura Professor, Graduate School of Policy and Management, Doshisha University
Seiichi Kondo Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Grace Gonzalez Lecturer, Department of Global and Interdisciplinary Studies, Hosei University / Lecturer, School of International and Area Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Masayuki Sasaki Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Tadashi Shirasu Professor, Faculty of Policy Science, Ryukoku University
Takako Takeya Research Fellow, Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting Co., Ltd.
Daniel De Fazio Research Fellow, Center for the Study of the Creative Economy, Doshisha University
Takashi Nishi Part-Time Lecturer, Kindai University Technical College
Tadashi Yagi Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University

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2. Surveys and Research Related to Formation of Creative Cities attracting Creative Human Resources

2-2 St. CORE RESEARCH GROUP

CHIEF DIRECTOR: Stomu Yamash'ta

REPRESENTATIVES: Tadashi Yagi

Today, creativity is the wellspring of competitiveness. In Kyoto, we need to devise mechanisms that will give rise to new creations by putting new artistic concepts out into the world, attracting talented human resources from around the globe, and producing collaborative efforts with many talented people. To date, the world’s major cities have constructed contemporary art centers, added artistic R& D functions, and adapted them to a variety of industries, in order to create new arts. This Research Group will integrate science, art, and religion to research the formation of new R& D bases built around a core of new art centers.

Toshifumi Uemura Associate Professor, Director of Christian studies of Integrated Human Studies Department, Japan Lutheran College
Yoshiyuki Oshita Chief Director / Principal Consultant, Center for Arts Policy & Management, Mitsubishi UFJ Research and Consulting Co., Ltd.
Iari Okuda Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Doshisha University
Sachiko Kawaida Professor, Faculty of Regional Sciences, Tottori University / Secretary-general, Creative City Consortium (NPO)
Seiichi Kondo Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Grace Gonzalez Lecturer, Department of Global and Interdisciplinary Studies, Hosei University / Lecturer, School of International and Area Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Teruo Saito Professor, Meiji University Law School / Attorney at law
Masayuki Sasaki Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Yorihisa Sasaki Head Priest, ImamiyaJinjya Shrine
Hiroki Sato Radio personality/Media researcher
Yuki Tajima Research Fellow, Center for the Study of the Creative Economy, Doshisha University
Shigeatsu Tominaga President, Fondation Franco-Japonaise Sasakawa / President and CEO, STIC Japon
Jun-ichi Nakamura Visiting Professor, Cultural Development Center, Heian Jogakuin University
Ryuichi Fukuhara Research Fellow, Center for the Study of the Creative Economy, Doshisha University / Consultant for development
Shuken Furukawa Senior Master, Rinzai sect / Chief Priest, Erinji Temple
Hideaki Furukawa Former CEO of ISID
Yosuke Honda President, Honda Electronics Co., Ltd.
Shosaku Murayama President and CEO, iPS PORTAL, Inc.
Yuzo Murayama Professor, Graduate School of Business, Doshisha University
Tadashi Yagi Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Stomu Yamash'ta Artist
Kenji Yamada Gonnegi, Kamo-wake-ikazuchi-Jinja (Kamigamo Shrine)
Sosho Yamada Abbot, Shinjuan
Takayoshi Yamamoto Manager of the Planning Promotion Unit, Culture and Art Planning Section, City of Culture and Art Promotion Office, Kyoto City Culture and Citizens Affairs Bureau
Kazuyoshi Yoshimura Professor, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University
Hirotaka Watanabe Professor, Graduate School of Global Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

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2 Surveys and Research Related to Formation of Creative Cities attracting Creative Human Resources

2-3 RESEARCH GROUP FOR INCLUSIVE ARTS

REPRESENTATIVES: Masayuki Sasaki

In recent years, interest in the artistic expression of people with disabilities has been increasing. In the area of the visual arts in particular, some artworks have even come to be highly acclaimed abroad. This trend has happened because there have been welfare facilities undertaking ground-breaking work, and at the root of their activities are ideas they hold in common, such as: "We want to change the way the world sees people with disabilities," and "They do not have just a passive existence." Because multifaceted assistance that cuts across different fields is necessary to deal with the needs of each and every disabled person and ensure a wider range of different alternatives for them, we do research on what forms that assistance should take.


Rena Kano Researcher of art anthropology, EHESS Social Anthropology Laboratory
/ Program Coordinator, 3331 Arts Chiyoda
Sachiko Kawaida Professor, Faculty of Regional Sciences, Tottori University / Secretary-general, Creative City Consortium (NPO)
Yoshie Kurisu Director, Slow Label (NPO)
Masayuki Sasaki Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Takako Shiraiwa General Manager, Atelier CORNERS
Kyoko Suzuki Project Producer, International Communication Center for Persons with Disabilities (BiG-i)
Tomoko Hayashi Part-Time Lecturer, Kinki University / Research Fellow, Life Risk Research Center, Doshisha University
Tadashi Yagi Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University

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2 Surveys and Research Related to Formation of Creative Cities attracting Creative Human Resources

2-4RESEARCH GROUP ON THE VITALIZATION OF COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES BY USING FESTIVITIES

REPRESENTATIVES:Tadashi Yagi

In traditional societies, sacred festivals such as Shinto festival have been historically inherited to promote the unity of a given community. However, this role has been eroded as the result of various social dynamics and processes such as the weakening of community ties. In reconsidering the role of the festival in modern life, we hypothesize that social capital can be efficiently accumulated by utilizing sacred festivals in urban areas. Our research group analyzes the policy implications of the system and mechanism of social capital formation through sacred festivals, exemplified by the case of Orihime festival, in Kyoto Imamiya Shrine.

Hidetoshi Akai Shrine representative
Sachiko Oshima Representative, Senior registered architect office SURC
Takeo Kawaike Representative , Aburimochi Kazariya
Haruhisa Kawamura Noh Actor/Visiting Professor, Doshisha University/Part-Time Lecturer, Kinki University/Part-time Lecturer, Kyoto Koka Women’s University/Lecturer, Bukkyo University’s Shijyo Extension Center
Tsuyoshi Saeki President, Editor in chief, KAZETABI co., Ltd.
Yorihisa Sasaki Head Priest, ImamiyaJinjya Shrine
Rikinosuke Narumi CEO, Narumimochi-honten co., Ltd.
Atsushi Nonaka Shiko co.,Ltd
Kenichi Hasegawa Representative, Ichimonjiyawasuke co., Ltd.
Ryuichi Fukuhara Research Fellow, Center for the Study of the Creative Economy, Doshisha University / Consultant for development
Tadashi Yagi Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Stomu Yamash'ta Artist
Sachiko Yamada Gonnegi, ImimiyaJinja Shrine
Sosho Yamada Abbot, Shinjuan
Hideo Yoshii Certified Public Accountants / Representative of hayashi-kata (those who play hayashi or musical accompaniment), Shijocho Ofunehoko Hozonkai

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3 Surveys and Research on Fostering Content Industries That Can Enhance nation branding

3-1 GLOBALIZED CULTURE CREATION: THE FUTURE OF CREATIVE INDUSTRIAL POLICY

REPRESENTATIVES: Nobuko Kawashima

Formerly, the creation of culture and art took place in a certain number of base cities that led the way for the rest of the world. The value of superior works was determined in a world that linked production and consumption (what Howard Becker called “art worlds”) and, at that stage, the typical pattern was being disseminated throughout the world within a certain period.

For example, Paris, Milan, and New York were the principal production bases for fashion, New York and London for contemporary art, Los Angeles for film, and Tokyo for manga and anime. However, over the past ten to twenty years, the production sector has increasingly started outsourcing to locations outside the base cities, and even overseas. Examples range from “runaway productions” filmed in Canada or Australia, to studios set up all over the world, including in countries such as Singapore and Malaysia, which are attracting outsourced productions. It is also widely known that anime-related work is being outsourced to South Korea, China, and Southeast Asia as common practice.

In addition to the production process, planning and development, capital procurement, marketing, and other sophisticated intellectual work have undergone globalization. In the world of contemporary art, international art fairs held in cities such as Basel, Miami, and London have become more important venues for transactions and value formation than the galleries that are concentrated in the core cities. Furthermore, the development and growth of the emerging national economies has brought global standardization to values, lifestyles, and culture consumption patterns of wealthy and middle-class urban residents. The evaluation and gatekeeping functions for cultural values no longer reside, as they once did, within a few urban cultures (for example, in the actions of New York-based critics, galleries, and museums).

The major purpose of the first workshop we had in December 2013 (and research works that members will individually pursue) was to describe such phenomena of cultural globalization with more details focusing on specific fields of culture or issues. We will further consider their implications for cultural policy, nation or area branding and regeneration strategies. All of these policies have traditionally been developed for a country or for a geographically-defined area, but globalized culture of today does not respect such geographical limitations.

Kenichi Kawasaki Professor, Faculty of Global Media Studies, Komazawa University
Nobuko Kawashima Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Sunmee Kim Post-Doctoral Fellow, Center for the Study of the Creative Economy, Doshisha University
Diana Crane University of Pennsylvania
Grace Gonzalez Lecturer, Department of Global and Interdisciplinary Studies, Hosei University / Lecturer, School of International and Area Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Hye-Kyung Lee King’s College, University of London
Lorraine Lim Birkbeck College, University of London

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3 Surveys and Research on Fostering Content Industries That Can Enhance nation branding

3-2 RESEARCH GROUP ON CONTEMPORARY RE-CREATION OF TRADITIONAL CULTURE

REPRESENTATIVES: Tomoko Ueki

Japan can boast many superb literary works that have earned places among the masterpieces of world literature, including the Man’yoshu and The Tale of Genji. It also has a heritage of performing arts, such as nagauta (narrative songs) and the joruri puppet theater. It is fair to say that these art forms are like shining pearls that have withstood the test of time over the ages. However, it is not easy to understand what aspects of their essence make up their essential value. We believe that having top-level artists present the classics in a contemporary way, based on academic study, is effective in reviving these values for the present day. Moreover, clarifying the sense of values that flows through the foundations of contemporary Japanese culture allows us to understand the structure and characteristics of Japanese society.

Takeshi Iwatsubo Professor, Graduate School of Letters, Doshisha University
Tomoko Ueki Professor, Graduate School of Letters, Doshisha University
Yoshinori Usui Shakuhachi Teacher/Professor, Ikenobo Junior College
Iari Okuda Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Doshisha University
Shuji Kakimi Associate Professor, Faculty of Letters, Doshisha University
Haruhisa Kawamura Noh Actor/Visiting Professor, Doshisha University/Part-Time Lecturer, Kinki University/Part-time Lecturer, Kyoto Koka Women’s University/Lecturer, Bukkyo University’s Shijyo Extension Center
Seiichi Kondo Visiting Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Tsuyoshi Saeki President, Editor in chief, KAZETABI co., Ltd.
Chisako Takashima Associate Professor, Faculty of Cultural Policy and Management, Shizuoka University of Art and Culture
Yuki Tajima Research Fellow, Center for the Study of the Creative Economy, Doshisha University
Takashi Nishimura Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Kanako Hamasaki Representative director, Yuhisai Kodokan/Associate Professor, Senshu University
Seiju Fujikage Japanese classical dance Fujikage-ryu head 3rd Fujikage Seiju
Tadashi Yagi Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Genbey Yamaguchi Tenth-generation head of Kondaya Genbey
Tomoko Yamashita Reciter of "the tale of Genji", Sien-katarikai

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3 Surveys and Research on Fostering Content Industries That Can Enhance nation branding

3-3 RESEARCH ON THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CREATIVE INDUSTRIES

REPRESENTATIVES: Nobuko Kawashima

The creative industries such as the film, music, software, video games and fashion industries are increasingly important for economic development in advanced societies and beyond. Research into characteristics, industrial structures, strategies and consumer behavior related to such industries requires multi-disciplinary approach. Members from economics, business studies, sociology and geography will examine these aspects of the creative industries and explore forms of new economies in the 21st century.

Kazuhiro Ando Associate Professor, Department of Law, Toyo University
Fumihiko Ikuine Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Information and Systems, University of Tsukuba
Nobuko Kawashima Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Sunmee Kim Post-Doctoral Fellow, Center for the Study of the Creative Economy, Doshisha University
Yuki Tajima Research Fellow, Center for the Study of the Creative Economy, Doshisha University
Tatsuo Tanaka Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University
Yasuyuki Tanaka Visiting Research Fellow, Japan Research Institute
Akinori Nakamura Professor, College of Image Arts and Science, Ritsumeikan University
Seiji Hanzawa Associate Professor, Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, Meiji Gakuin University
Koichi Hosoi Professor, College of Image Arts and Science, Ritsumeikan University
Tomomi Mita Associate Professor, Faculty of Administration, Prefectural University of Kumamoto
Tadashi Yagi Professor,Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Shuji Watanabe Associate Professor, College of Image Arts and Science, Ritsumeikan University

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3 Surveys and Research on Fostering Content Industries That Can Enhance nation branding

3-4 Research Group on Art in Business

CHAIRMAN: Seiichi Kondo

REPRESENTATIVES: Nobuko Kawashima

It is increasingly important to understand the process through which human emotions are formed in a highly developed market economy of today. We will tackle this issue by exploring topics on the arts and culture of Kyoto and discussing aspects of 'luxury marketing'.

Masayuki Inoue Senior Producer, Corporate Planning Office&Cultural & Business Affairs Dept. Nikkei Inc
Mariko Inoue Regional Innovation Producer / Licensed guide
Nobuko Kawashima Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Mizue Kawano Manager, Corporate Project Office, Richemont Japan Limited
Sunmee Kim Post-Doctoral Fellow, Center for the Study of the Creative Economy, Doshisha University
Seiichi Kondo Director, Kondo Institute for Culture and Diplomacy
Miho Takechi CEO, mihoproject.co.,Ltd
Masataka Hata President, Shoyeido Incense Co.
Seiichiro Hayashi President, Kawasaki Machine Industry Co.,Ltd
Kozo Fukunaga President / CEO, Fukunaga Co.,Ltd /Auditor, Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Nicolas Bonnardel Director General, La Chambre de commerce et d'industrie fran?aise du Japon
Hitoshi Miki President / Representative director regional CEO, Richemont Japan Limited
Tadashi Yagi Professor,Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Tatsuji Yoshikawa Executive Officer / Senior General Manager, Real Estate Division, Daimaru Matsuzakaya Department Stores Co.Ltd.

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4 Surveys and Research on Improving the Quality of Life in the Creative Economy

4-1 RESEARCH GROUP ON FRONTIERS IN PUBLIC ECONOMICS

REPRESENTATIVES: Kazutoshi Miyazawa

Identifying the kinds of factors that define a sense of well-being allows us to devise effective systems of social security and employment systems with limited financial resources. Developing trust within organizations not only increases people’s sense of well-being but also increases organizational efficiency, raises productivity in R& D and innovation, and enhances economic competitiveness. We will elucidate the mechanisms that bring about such results.

Fumiaki Ojima Professor, Graduate school of Social Studies; Vice President , Doshisha University
Akira Kawaguchi Professor, Graduate School of Policy and Management, Doshisha University
Toshiaki Tachibanaki Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Kazutoshi Miyazawa Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University

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4 Surveys and Research on Improving Quality of Life in the Creative Economy

4-2 RESEARCH GROUP ON THE SENSE OF WELL-BEING AND SPORTS POLICY

REPRESENTATIVES: Takehiro Ryoji

We will research social capital development systems through sports, focusing on the following themes in particular: 1) research on community functions and community participation incentives; 2) research on policies for national branding through sports, and their ripple effects; 3) research on the sustainability of economic ripple effects from major sporting events; 4) analysis of the ways in which sports contribute to a sense of well-being; and 5) the ripple effects of R& D and innovation in sports.

Nobuharu Asahara Osaka Gas Co., Ltd.
Satoshi Ishii Professor, Faculty of Sport Stydy, Biwako Seikei Sport College
Yoshio Itaba Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Noriyuki Kida Associate Professor, Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kyoto Institute of Technology
Sunmee Kim Post-Doctoral Fellow, Center for the Study of the Creative Economy, Doshisha University
Hiroto Shoji Assistant Professor, Faculty of Health and Sports Science, Doshisha University
Ryoji Takehiro Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Kazuo Nishimura Professor, Kobe University Interfaculty Initiative in the Social Sciences
Yukari Hiromoto Researcher, Research Institute for Culture, Energy and Life (CEL), Osaka Gas Co., Ltd.
Mitsunori Matsuno Support specialist of Regional Development and Vitalization, Hokkaido Shiranuka Town
Tadashi Yagi Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Katsuhiko Yokoyama Professor, Graduate School of Health and Sports Science, Doshisha University

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4 Surveys and Research on Improving Quality of Life in the Creative Economy

4-3 RESEARCH GROUP FOR ANALYZING THE SENSE OF WELL-BEING

REPRESENTATIVES: Tachibanaki Toshiaki

While the financial crisis of Japanese government is worsening, there are various policy issues such as the reform of the social security system, equalizing the social disparity, to be solved for the establishment of safe and heartful society.

In this research group, we start our study from the questions for the effective and efficient provision of the social security services, and examine the factors which cause the uneasiness and anxiety of the people. This study finally clarifies the ideal policy for establishing the welfare state where well-being of the society is enhanced with the sense of equality. The issues we focus include the employment system for attaining the high satisfaction of working, the effect of changes in family relation on happiness, the effect of social security reform on happiness, the effect of the educational policy change on human capital formation, the role of culture in enhancing happiness, the functioning of community on increasing safety of life, and so on. Finally, we examine the policies which improve social well-being with strengthening economic competitiveness.

 
Yoshio Itaba Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Takato Kasai Assistant Professor, Faculty of Economy, Doshisha University
Akira Kawaguchi Professor, Graduate School of Policy and Management, Doshisha University
Nobuko Kawashima Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Sayaka Sakoda Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kyoto University
Toshiyuki Shirakawa JSPS Post-doctoral Fellow, Osaka University
Toshiaki Tachibanaki Visiting Professor, Faculty for the Study of Contemporary Society, Kyoto Women's University
Yagi, Tadashi Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Doshisha University
Ritsu Yamamura Assistant Professor, College of Law, Nihon University
Katsuhiko Yonezaki Project Research Associate, Global Cooperation Institute for Sustainable Cities, Yokohama City University
Ian Bache The University of Sheffield
Dimitris Ballas The University of Sheffield
Andrew Clark Paris School of Economics
Conchita D'Ambrosio University of Luxembourg
Marcel Erlinghagen University of Duisburg-Essen
Bruno Frey University of Basel , Center for Research in Economics, Management and the Arts (CREMA)
Victor Ginsburgh European Center for Advanced Research on Economic and Statistics (ECARES), Universite libre de Bruxelles
Sebastien Lechevalier Ecole des hautes etudes en sciences sociales(EHESS)
Alvaro Martinez-Perez The University of Sheffield
Werner Pascha University of Duisburg-Essen
Katrin Rehdanz University of Kiel, Germany
Lasse Steiner University of Zurich
Tim Tiefenbach German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ), Tokyo
Aki Tsuchiya The University of Sheffield
Heinz Welsch University of Oldenburg, Germany

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