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■Basic Information
Name OKADA, Tetsutaro
Position Professor
Affiliation Faculty of Economics Department of Economics
Fields of Specialization Economic policy, Fiscal studies/finance theory

■Education
The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Economics, Studies of Contemporary Economy(1997.04 - 1999.03)
■Career
Kagawa University Professor(2011.04.01 - )
Kagawa University Associate Professor(2007.04.01 - 2011.03.31)
University of California at Berkeley Visiting Scholar(2008.08.01 - 2008.09.30)
University of Tokyo Visiting Associate Professor(2004.04.01 - 2005.03.31)
Kagawa University Associate Professor(2002.12.01 - 2007.03.31)
Kagawa University Assistant Professor(2000.11.01 - 2002.11.30)
University of California at Berkeley Visiting Scholar(2000.04.01 - 2001.09.30)
Kagawa University Research Associate(1999.04.01 - 2000.10.31)
■Degrees
Ph.D. in Economics, 2015, University of Tokyo
■Research Topics
Research on Public Policy of the United States
■Main Publications (Books) >> Show All
Housing and Community Development Policy in the United States, University of Tokyo Press, 2016.11
■Main Publications (Papers) >> Show All
Esping-Andersen's Welfare Regime Typology: Its Achievements, Limits, and Issues for the Future, Kagawa University Economic Review, 2016.06
Market-Oriented Policies for Housing and Community Development: Tax Expenditures and Block Grants in the United States, Dissertation, 2015.12
An International Comparative Study of the Fiscal Systems after Global Financial Crisis of 2007-08 and European Sovereign Debt Crisis of 2009-10, The Report of the Sanyo Broadcasting Foundation, 2015.09
Some Considerations Regarding Who Benefits from Housing Tax Expenditures in the U.S., The Kagawa University Economic Review, 2015.07
The Collapse of the Housing Bubble in the U.S. and the Process of Economic Recovery, The Kagawa University Economic Review, 2015.07
A Fiscal Science Approach to U.S. Housing and Community Development Policy, The Kagawa University Economic Review, 2015.03
The Need to Fortify the Shift to Socialized Child and Nursing Care, as Revealed in the Four-Generation Nuclear Family Model, The Kagawa University Economic Review, 2014.09
A Wall against Working: The Urgent Issue of Fortifying the Shift to Socialized Child and Nursing Care, Re, 2014.07
The Hegemonic State in Flux: United States, Mochida, Nobuki and Katsuhito Imai eds., Sovereign Debt Crisis and the Welfare State, The University of Tokyo Press, 2014.03
Transformation of the Solidarity State: Sweden and Denmark, Mochida, Nobuki and Katsuhito Imai eds., Sovereign Debt Crisis and the Welfare State, The University of Tokyo Press, 2014.03
■Academic Societies
Japan Economic Policy Association, Japan Institute of Public Finance, Japan Association of Local Public Finance, Japan Society of Political Economy, Business History Society of Japan
 
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