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last modified:2018/04/02

Associate Professor YOSHII (Takeuchi) FUMIKO

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Faculty, Affiliation

Faculty of Economics and Management,Institute of Human and Social Sciences Faculty of Economics
Associate Professor

College and School Educational Field

Division of Public Policy and Management, Graduate School of Human and Socio-Environment Studies
Division of Human and Socio-Environment Studies, Graduate School of Human and Socio-Environment Studies
Comparative Studies of Social and Economic Systems Course, School of Economics, College of Human and Social Sciences
Global Studies Course, School of International Studies, College of Human and Social Sciences
Global Studies Course, School of International Studies, College of Human and Social Sciences

Laboratory

Office : Fumiko T.Yoshii TEL:076-264-5413 FAX:076-264-5444

Academic Background

【Academic background(Doctoral/Master's Degree)】
Kobe University Doctor International Political Economy 199603 Accomplished credits for doctoral program
Sophia University Master International Politics 199303 Completed

Career

Kanazawa University Faculty of Economics Associate Professor(1998/07/01-)

Year & Month of Birth

Academic Society

The Japan Association of International Society
The Japan Institute of International Affairs
Japan Association of Comparative Politics

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Specialities

International relations、Philosophy/Ethics

Speciality Keywords

Empire and Hegemony, Globalization, The United States of America, Liberalism, Nationalism, Liberal Nationalism, Republicanism, Conservatism

Research Themes

A Critical Analysis on "Empire and Hegemony" debate

Tries to make it clear that "Empire or Hegemony" is a sterile discussion for exploring the substance of the current international order, thus proposing an alternative way of investigating the substance of the current international politico-economic order.

A Historical Study of Political Change in Central America from World System = Regulation Theory Approach

Economic Development and Sociopolitical Changes in the Developing Areas

Books

Papers

  •  A Comparative Study of Political Changes in Central America -Theoretical and Historical Analysis from Regulation-Approach(2)- Fumko TAKEUCHI Econmic Review of Kanazawa University 17 2 107-128 1997/09
  •  A Comparative Study of Political Changes in Central America - Theoretical and Historical Analysis from Regulation Approach(1)- Fumko TAKEUCHI Economic Review of Kanazawa University 17 1 91-121 1997/03
  •  A Study of the Political Changes in Central America from a World-System Perspective  Fumko TAKEUCHI The Jounrnal of International Studies 19 37 99-124 1996/01

Conference Presentations

Arts and Fieldwork

Patent

Theme to the desired joint research

○Japanese diplomacy
○the theory of International organization
○international law as a international public facilities
○international organization

Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

Classes (Bachelors)

○Presentation and Debate (Freshman Seminar II)(2017)
○International Political Economy B(2017)
○International Political Economy A(2017)
○Seminar in International Society Studies:B(2017)
○Seminar in International Society Studies:B(2017)
○Seminar in International Society Studies:A(2017)
○International Public Economy:A1(2017)
○Seminar in International Society Studies:A(2017)
○International Public Economy:B(2017)
○International Public Economy:A2(2017)
○International Public Economy:A(2017)
○Seminar(2017)
○Presentation and Debate (Freshman Seminar II)(2017)
○Internship(2017)
○Freshman Seminar I(2017)
○An Introduction to Pubilc Policy I(2017)
○An Introduction to Pubilc Policy I(2017)
○Political Economy in the Global Era(2017)
○Political Economy in the Global Era(2017)
○Seminar in International Society Studies:A(2016)
○International Public Economy:B(2016)
○Seminar in International Society Studies:A(2016)
○Seminar in International Society Studies:B(2016)
○International Public Economy:B(2016)
○International Public Economy:A(2016)
○Political Economy in Global World(2016)
○International Political Economy A(2016)
○International Political Economy B(2016)
○Seminar(2016)
○International Public Economy:A(2016)
○Seminar in International Society Studies:B(2016)

Classes (Graduate Schools)

○Special Study on International Political Economy a(2017)
○Seminar on International Political Economy b-2(2017)
○Seminar on International Political Economy a(2017)
○Seminar on International Political Economy b(2017)
○Seminar on International Political Economy b-1(2017)
○Special Study on International Political Economy a-2(2017)
○Seminar on International Political Economy a-1(2017)
○Special Study on International Political Economy a-1(2017)
○Special Study on International Political Economy b-1(2017)
○Seminar on International Political Economy a-2(2017)
○Special Study on International Political Economy b-2(2017)
○Seminar on Public Policy Coordination(2017)
○Public Policy Coordination(2017)
○Special Study on International Political Economy a(2017)
○Special Study on International Political Economy b(2017)
○Public Policy Coordination(2016)
○Special Study on International Political Economy a-2(2016)
○Seminar on International Political Economy b-1(2016)
○Special Study on International Political Economy a(2016)
○Seminar on International Political Economy b(2016)
○Special Study on International Political Economy a(2016)
○Special Study on International Political Economy b(2016)
○Special Study on International Political Economy a-1(2016)
○Seminar on International Political Economy b-2(2016)
○Seminar on International Political Economy a-1(2016)
○Seminar on International Political Economy a(2016)
○Special Study on International Political Economy b-2(2016)
○Special Study on International Political Economy b-1(2016)
○Seminar on International Political Economy a-2(2016)
○Seminar on Public Policy Coordination(2016)

International Project

International Students

Lecture themes

Others (Social Activities)

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