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NAMBAYASHI Saeko

ナンバヤシ サエコ | NAMBAYASHI Saeko
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (2): Economic statistics ,  General mathematics (including Probability theory/Statistical mathematics)
Research keywords  (3): Home Economics ,  Statistics ,  Household Economics
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • Study on a change of "Quality of Life"
  • Families and Clothing Consciousness
  • Regional Science
Papers (2):
  • NAMBAYASHI Saeko. Impact Analysis on Consumption Action as a result the Great East Japan Earthquake. SURUGADAI ECONOMIC STUDIES. 2013. 22. 2. 121-142
  • NAMBAYASHI Saeko. Consciousness Structure for Disaster Prevention -Derived from a Survey of the Disaster Prevention Training. SURUGADAI ECONOMIC STUDIES. 23. 2. 57-81
MISC (17):
  • Lifestyles of the Present Young - Comparison between the University Student and the Junior College Student -. SURUGADAI ECONOMIC STUDIES. 1992. 1. 2
  • Studies on Indicators Found in Various Spheres of Everyday Life. I. Quality of Life. 1992. 27,14
  • Japanese and Korean Women : An Analysis of Their Emotions and Appreciation of Clothes. JOURNAL OF THE CENTER FOR WOMEN'S STUDIES. 1993. 2,12
  • Gaps in Family Income. SURUGADAI ECONOMIC STUDIES. 1993. 2. 2. 15
  • The Structural Analysis of"Quality of Life"in Household Economics. Journal of The Japan Society of Household Economics. 1993. 9,21
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Works (3):
  • Survey on Community Life and Attitudes of the Aged in Need of Care and Family Caregiver in Hanno-City
    1998 -
  • Survey on Personal Care Services for Aged in Hanno-City
    1999 - 2001
  • Survey on Shopping and City planning in Hanno-City
    2002 -
Professional career (1):
  • (BLANK) (Waseda University)
Association Membership(s) (2):
JAPAN SOCIETY FOR INFORMATION AND MANAGEMENT ,  JAPAN SECTION OF THE REGIONAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION INTERNATIONAL
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