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Tateyama Yutaka

タテヤマ ユタカ | Tateyama Yutaka
Homepage URL  (2): http://wwws.hum.ibaraki.ac.jp/~zemi01/http://wwws.hum.ibaraki.ac.jp/~zemi01/
Research field  (2): Economic policy ,  Economic policy
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • State and Economy of Middle Eastern Countries
  • Study on Pax Americana
  • Study on Oil Crisis
MISC (13):
  • TATEYAMA, Yutaka. Population and Employment after the Revolution in Iran. Bulletin of the Faculty of Humanities, Ibaraki University Studies in Social Sciences. 2002. 36. 19-36
  • Resurgence of Production State under Theocracy in Iran-The First Five Year Plan(1989-1993)-. Bulletin of the Faculty of Humanities, Ibaraki University, Studies in Social Sciences. 2001. 34
  • Evolution of the world petroleum industry in a period of transition from Pax Britannica to Pax Americana. Bulletin of the Faculty of Humanities, Ibaraki University, Studies in Social Sciences. 2000. 33. 25
  • Role of Energy in Shift of Hegemony. The Journal of Political Science And Economics. 2000. 69. 8
  • Public Enterprise in Iran after the Revolution. The Journal of Political Sciences And Economics. 1999. 68. 12
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Books (7):
  • Oil, Economic Development and Industrialization in the Arabian Gulf States
    The Institute of Developing Economies 1996
  • Twentieth-Century Capitalism II - The Changing World Hegemony and the Weffave State
    University of Tokyo Press 1995
  • World Economy Series Vol. II United States
    1987
  • World Economy Series Vol. I International Economic Relations
    1986
  • Energy Strucuture in the United Sutates
    1982
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Works (2):
  • Oil, Economic Development and Industrialization in the Arabian Gulf States
  • Middle East in 21st Century and Japan's Strategy
Work history (1):
  • Ibaraki University The College of Humanities, Department of Social Science Professor,University Senators,Vice Dean of the College of Humanities
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