|Specialty||Japanese Economic History|
|Theme of Research||History of Energy and Resources in Modern Japan|
Graduated from Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University, March 2002
Finished Ph.D. Program, Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University, March 2007
Lecturer, Graduate School of Economics, Nagoya University, April 2007 – March 2011
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Nagoya University, April 2011 to date
“Japan’s Energy Policy during the1950’s”, in the High-Growth Era Studies ed. Rethinking of Rapid Economic Growth, Publication Committee on the Future of Distribution and Support, Kyoto, 2007.
The Energy Revolution in Japan during 1920-1960 (in Japanese), the University of Nagoya Press, Nagoya, 2010.
“Energy Supply and Use” (in Japanese), in Haruhito Takeda ed. the High-Growth Economy in Japan, Yuhikaku, Tokyo, 2011.
“Development of the Japanese Energy Saving Technology during 1920-1960: the Iron and Steel Industry”, in Economic Research Center Discussion Paper, E12-1, 2012.
“Development of Coastal Industrial Areas in Japan during 1920-1970: Focus on a Civil Engineer Masatsugu Suzuki” (in Japanese), in Notre critique: history and criticism, No.5, Kyoto, 2012.
“On Two Energy Revolutions” (in Japanese), in Socio-Economic History Society eds. Studies in Socio-Economic History, 2001-2011: Collected essays to mark the 80th anniversary of the Socio-Economic History Society, Japan, Yuhikaku, Tokyo, 2012.
“How Did the Japanese Government Justify the Dependence on the US for the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy during 1954-1955?” (in Japanese), in a Quarterly Report of Materialism Studies, No.123, Osaka, 2013.