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■Basic Information
Name TAKATSUKA, Hajime
Position Professor
Affiliation Graduate School of Management
Fields of Specialization Spatial Economics, Urban and Regional Economics

■Education
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Ph.D. Program in Social Engineering(1995 - 1998)
■Career
Faculty of Economics, Kagawa University, Associate Professor(1999 - 2004)
Graduate School of Management, Kagawa University, Associate Professor(2004 - 2011)
■Degrees
Ph.D. in Social Engineering
■Research Topics
Theoretical and Empirical Research on Location of Firms and Workers
Sustainability of Regional Economic Systems
■Main Publications (Books) >> Show All
Spatial Economics (co-authored, in Japanese), Tokyo: Toyo Keizai Inc., 2016.09
Urban Development in Japan: 60 Best Planning Practices (co-authored, in Japanese), Tokyo: Asakura Shoten, 2011.11
Honshi Brideges and Regional Economy (co-authored, in Japanese), Tokyo: Keiso Shobo, 2003.02
■Main Publications (Papers) >> Show All
Nontariff Protection without an Outside Good, International Review of Economics and Finance, 2016
Does Globalization Foster Economic Growth?, The Japanese Economic Review, 2015
Resource-Based Cities and the Dutch Disease, Resource and Energy Economics, 2015
Tax Effects in a Two-Region Model of Monopolistic Competition, Papers in Regional Science, 2014
Industrial Configuration in an Economy with Low Transportation Costs, The Annals of Regional Science, 2013
Spatial Inequality, Globalization, and Footloose Capital, Economic Theory, 2013
Trade Liberalization and Welfare: Differentiated-Good versus Homogeneous-Good Markets, Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, 2012
Mobile Capital and the Home Market Effect, Canadian Journal of Economics, 2012
Economic Geography of Firms and Skilled Labor, Journal of Regional Science, 2011
Dispersion Forms: An Interaction of Market Access, Competition, and Urban Costs, Journal of Regional Science, 2009
■Academic Societies
The Regional Science Association International, Urban Economics Association
 
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