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FUKAGAI Yasunori

フカガイ ヤスノリ | FUKAGAI Yasunori
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Papers (18):
  • W.Elliot Brownlee. Political Languages of Land and Taxation:European and American Influences on Japan, 1880s to 1920s. The Political Economy of Transnational Tax Reform. 2013
  • Yasunori Fukagai. Diversity of the Projects of Welfare and Justice: among the Political and Economic Ideas in Britain: 1848-1922. Markets, Knowledge and Governance in the History of Economic Thought: 1st ESHET-JSHET Meeting, December 17-20, 2006, at Nice Sophia-Antipolis, France. 2006
  • John Stuart Mill on Empire and Civilisation. The John Stuart Mill Bicentennial Conference 1806 - 2006, 5 - 7 April 2006, University College London, UK. 2006
  • FUKAGAI Yasunori. Minimum Wage Regulation Bill and the Political Arithmetic, 1795-1796 : Controversy between Samuel Whitbread and William Pitt, and John Hewlett. The History of Economic Thought. 2005. 47. 2. 75-91
  • The Evolution of Jeremy Bentham's Economic Idea. International Society for the Utilitarian Studies Conference(North Carolina). 2000
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Books (1):
  • The Political Economy of Transnational Tax Reform: the Shoup Mission to Japan in Historical Context
    Cambridge University Press 2017
Lectures and oral presentations  (8):
  • デジタル資料の展開と古典研究の可能性に向けて -思想/文芸/歴史研究と手法としての情報-
    (日本18世紀学会第37回全国大会 2015)
  • 栄光と秩序から奢侈と交易へ-コモン・ウィールからトレードへ向けた近代初頭イングランドの言説空間-
    (政治経済学・経済史学会2015年度秋季学術大会 2015)
  • ブリテン統治の版図と性質をめぐる言説空間
    (経済学史学会第79回大会 2015)
  • Happiness and well-being under the threat of unrest
    (2016)
  • Putting Communications and Knowledge into Machinery/Mechanic Metaphor and Bodily/Biological MetaphorAn Attempt towards “The Sociology of Open Science”
    (2017)
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Education (2):
  • - 1977 The University of Tokyo Faculty of Economics
  • - 1983 The University of Tokyo Graduate School, Division of Economics
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