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Ohashi Atsuko

Ohashi Atsuko
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Homepage URL  (1): http://profs.provost.nagoya-u.ac.jp/view/html/100002685_ja.html
Research keywords  (1): Socio-economic history of Modern Indonesia
Papers (21):
  • Atsuko Ohashi. An Era of Deflation and Southeast Asia: The First Half of the Nineteenth Century. GSID Discussion Paper (Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University). 2018. 207. 25
  • Ohashi Atsuko. Crisis Managementand Development Path: Southeast Asia in the First half of the 19th Century. Forum of International Development Studies. 2013. 43. 29-46
  • Ohashi Atsuko. Surviving through the Era of Global Crisis with Syutheast Asian Studies:After Victor Lieberman. Southeast Asia: History and Culture. 2012. 41. 84-104
  • Ohashi Atsuko. Global Economy and the Formation of the Cultivation System in Java. Forum of International Development Studies. 2012. 42. 85-104
  • Ohashi Atsuko. The "End of a Silver Era" and Southeast Asia: International Trade, Local Monetary Systems and Agriculture, 1780s-1850s. Transactions of the International Conference of Eastern Studies. 2012. 57. 162-166
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MISC (21):
  • Atsuko Ohashi. An Era of Deflation and Southeast Asia: The First Half of the Nineteenth Century. GSID Discussion Paper (Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University). 2018. 207. 25
  • Ohashi Atsuko. Crisis Managementand Development Path: Southeast Asia in the First half of the 19th Century. Forum of International Development Studies. 2013. 43. 29-46
  • Ohashi Atsuko. Surviving through the Era of Global Crisis with Syutheast Asian Studies:After Victor Lieberman. Southeast Asia: History and Culture. 2012. 41. 84-104
  • Ohashi Atsuko. Global Economy and the Formation of the Cultivation System in Java. Forum of International Development Studies. 2012. 42. 85-104
  • Ohashi Atsuko. The "End of a Silver Era" and Southeast Asia: International Trade, Local Monetary Systems and Agriculture, 1780s-1850s. Transactions of the International Conference of Eastern Studies. 2012. 57. 162-166
more...
Books (1):
  • The Global Economy and a Local Society: Sweets and Bitters of People in West Java, 1700-1830.
    Kyoto University Press 2010 ISBN:9784876989423
Education (1):
  • - 1989 The University of Tokyo Graduate School, Division of Humanities
Professional career (2):
  • Master of Literature
  • D.Litt (The University of Tokyo)
Work history (1):
  • 2005/04/01 - 現在 Nagoya University Professor
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