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Governance

Hajime KUBOTA

Research
Fields
Mathematical Economics
Subjects
in charge

Governance in Global Food Resources

Analytical Economics

Special Lecture in Global Food Resources

Economic Policy

Wandervogel Research Internship in Global Food Resources V

Seminar in Global Food Resources I

Seminar in Global Food Resources II

Dissertation Research in Global Food Resources I

Selected research publications
  1. On equilibrium existence theorem based on an infinite dimensional Gale-Nikaido Lemma
  2. 無限次元財空間モデルのゲール・二階堂補題について
  3. Nikaido(1956,67,59)による無限次元財空間モデルのゲール二階堂の補題について
  4. 二階堂による無限次元財空間モデルにおけるゲール二階堂の補題と競争均衡の存在証明への適用
  5. Gale-Nikaido lemma in infinite dimensional spaces: early attempts by prof. Nikaido
  6. 準定常的既約型一般ラムゼー成長モデルについて:最適経路の存在と近傍ターンパイク定理
  7. 既約型一般ラムゼー成長モデルにおける最適解の存在について
  8. クーン・タッカ-アプローチに基づく厚生経済学の基本定理に付いて:古典的有限次元財空間経済モデルのケース
  9. On the Existence of Competitive Equilibrium in Classical Finite Economies without Survival Assumption : Resource Relatedness Case
  10. 無限期間定常経済モデルにおける厚生経済学の第2基本定理と競争均衡の存在定理:一般的消費集合のケース
Message
for examinees
Knowing the effects of economic policies undertaken by state and local governments is important because they sometimes have significant impacts on society. If you learn about economic methods, you will know what these effects are specifically and be able to avoid making the wrong policy decisions should you become a government employee or take charge of policy implementation. In this sense, learning economics is essential.