|Degree||PhD (History) (University of London)|
|Specialty||Economic History of South Asia|
|Theme of Research||Energy use and long-term economic development in South Asia|
BA in Economics, Faculty of Economics, Keio University, March 1994
MA in Economics, Graduate School of Economics, Keio University, March 1997
Ph.D. in History, University of London, March 2005
April 1997 – March 2000, Research Assistant, Faculty of Economics, Keio University
April 2005 – March 2007, Postdoctoral Fellow, Graduate Schools of Economics, and Business and Commerce, Keio University
April 2007 – March 2008, Lecturer, Graduate School of Economics, Osaka University
April 2008 – March 2013, Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University
April 2013 to date, Professor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University
“Forged salt bills, speculation, and the money market in Calcutta: the economy of Bengal in Colonial transition, c.1790-1840”, International journal of South Asian studies, vol.5, 2013, 89-112.
“Environmental changes, the emergence of a fuel market, and the working conditions of salt makers in Bengal, c.1780-1845”, International review of social history vol.55, 2010, 123-151.
“The English East India Company and indigenous trading systems: The grain trade in early colonial Bengal”, in S. Sugiyama and Linda Grove (eds), Commercial networks in modern Asia (London: Curzon Press, 2001), pp.214-234.
“Salt merchants and the monopoly of the English East India Company, 1788-1836” (in Japanese), Shakaikeizaishigaku, 68-2, 2002, pp.21-42.
“‘The bazaar’ in the economic history of India” (in Japanese), Mitagakkaizasshi, 92-2, 2000, pp.189-205.
“The salt trade in the Bay of Bengal and changes in the market in eastern India, 1780-1840” (in Japanese), Naoto Kagotani and Kohei Wakimura (eds), Empires and networks in Asia (Kyoto: Sekaishisosha, 2009), pp.216-249.