Theoretical Analysis of University Research and Teaching in the Presence of External Research Funding
A Conflict of State-led Initiative and Economic Rationality: Focusing on the State Language and Lingua Franca in Uzbekistan
Does Participation in Community Activities Increase One's Subjective Well-Being?: Quantitative Analysis Considering Causality and External Effect in Japan
Polarization and Permanent Fluctuations: Quasi-Periodic Motions in a Two-Class OLG Model (→ Revised version with a new title "Quasi-Periodic Motions in a Polarized Overlapping Generations Model with Technology Choice." KIER DP No.1070）
Journal / Editorial Cooperation
Pacific Economic Review is an international academic journal published by the Hong Kong Economic Association, and is highly regarded by economists around the world as a leading journal in East Asia. By editing the December issue of Pacific Economic Review, the Institute of Economic Research, Kyoto University aims to further strengthen its position as the leading academic journal in East Asia.