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Yamaura Hiromi

ヤマウラ ヒロミ | Yamaura Hiromi
Affiliation and department:
Research field  (3): Economic policy ,  Economic policy ,  International law
Research keywords  (3): Liberalization in Trade in Services ,  International Trade Law ,  International Trade Relations
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • Study on WTO Omnilateralism
  • Study on Section 301 of Trade Act of 1974
  • Study on Liberalization in Trade in Services
MISC (5):
  • The Prudential Carve-Out in the Japan-U.S. Insurance Talks. PROGRES. 2001. 34. 21-26
  • WTO Omnilateralism on the Road to a New WTO Paradigm Proposal for a Conceptual Framework for an Effective International Trade Regime in the Post-Uruguay Round Era (口頭発表). The 10th Seminar on the Service Economy of PROGRES, Prague. 1994
  • GATT BILATERALISM ON THE ROAD TO GATT MULTILATERALISM Proposal for a Conceptual Framework for an Effective International Trade Regime in the Post-Uruguay Round Era. Discussion Papers No9301 Research Institute For Social Science Ryukoku University. 1993. 93. 1. 1-7
  • Basic Problems and a Possible Solution to Liberalization in Trade in Services (口頭発表). The Ditchley Foundation, Oxfordshire, England. 1991
  • Language Impediments Initiative : Challenges to Section 301 'Unfair' Translation. The Journal of the American Chamber of Commerce in Japan. 1989. 26. 12. 77-81
Education (1):
  • - 1965 Tohoku Gakuin University Faculty of Literature and Economics Economics
Work history (10):
  • 2003 - - Visiting Research fellow, WTO Study Center,
  • 1992 - 1996 Mitsui Marine Research Institute Co., Ltd., Senior Economist
  • 1991 - 1996 Ryukoku University
  • 1991 - 1996 Ryukoku University, Visiting Professor
  • 1996 - - Fukushima University, Professor, Faculty of Economics
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Committee career (1):
  • 1993 - the WTO Forum President
Association Membership(s) (1):
the WTO Forum
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