NISHIGUCHI, Kiyokatsu Ph.D (Kyoto University), M.Es (Kyoto University)
1) Economic Development in East Asia
2) Asian Economic Crisis - Causes and Prescriptions
3) Economic Cooperation in East Asia after the Crisis
Birth: 1944, Kyoto, Japan
Present Position: Professor, School of Economics, Ritsumeikan University
1964-68 Osaka University of Foreign Studies
1970-72 Kyoto University, Master Course at Graduate School of Economics
1972-74 Kyoto University, Doctor Course at Graduate School of Economics
Major Position Held:
1974 Research Associate, Faculty of Economics, Nagasaki University
1975 Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, Nagasaki University
1981 Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics Nagasaki University
1988 Professor, Faculty of Economics, Ritsumeikan-u University
1994-95 Visiting Fellow, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, Brighton, England
1995-96 Visiting Professor, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
1999-2000 Visiting Researcher, Institute of Strategic and International Studies, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
[Selected Publications and Presentations] (in last five years)
2005: “Economic Cooperation in East Asia after the Crisis and Japan’s FTA (Free Trade Agreement) Strategy”, paper presented at the International Symposium held at Ritsumeikan University, January 21-22.
2004: The Evolution of Contemporary East Asia-“Miracle”, Crisis and Economic Cooperation-, Aokishoten, Tokyo, Japan
2004: The Asian Economy, co-author, Minervasho, Kyoto, Japan.
2004: “The Japanese Policy toward Regional Cooperation in East Asia”, paper presented at the Seminar held at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, October 30.
2003: “The Impact of FTA (Free Trade Agreement) on the Asian Economy and the Role of Japan”, co-author, Keizai, No.95, August.
2003: An Introduction of Political Economy, co-author, Otsukishoten, Tokyo, Japan.
2002: “Economic Cooperation in East Asia after the Crisis”, paper presented at the International Symposium held at the Centre for Japanese Studies, University of British Columbia, Canada, March 27-28.
2001: “The Asian Economic Crisis and Capital Control Policy with Special References to Malaysia and China”, paper presented at the International Symposium held at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University, China, September 20-23.
2001: The Structure of East Asian Economy, co-editor, Aokishoten, Tokyo, Japan.
2000: East Asian Economy and Japan, co-editor, Minervashobou, Kyoto, Japan.
2000: Southeast Asian Economy, co-author, Sekaishisousha, Kyoto, Japan.