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                    澁谷 浩


 (住所)      047-8501 
           北海道小樽市緑 3-5-21

            小樽商科大学

(所属)   商学部経済学科 

(職名)    教授

(研究室)    539号室

(学歴)    東京大学中退

       
トロント大学(カナダ)卒業

       プリンストン大学大学院(米国)卒業

(最終学位) Ph.D.(プリンストン大学)

(職歴)   昭和59 インディアナ州立大学(米国)経済学部助教授

           昭和60 IMF(国際通貨基金)エコノミスト

           平成1   日本銀行金融研究所研究員

           平成3   IMF(国際通貨基金)エコノミスト

           平成4   小樽商科大学商学部助教授

           平成9    教授

           平成11年  経済企画庁経済研究所客員研究員

           平成13年  内閣府経済社会総合研究所客員研究官

       平成28年  Member of Review Committee for
             Japan-IMF Scholarship Program for Asia

       平成29年  Member of Selection Committee for
             Japan-IMF Scholarship Program for Asia

(専攻)     国際金融と開放マクロ経済学、金融理論と金融政策、進化経済学

(研究分野) 資産価格と金融政策、国際資本と経済発展、
       精神構造と社会構造の共進化理論

(所属学会) 
日本経済学会、アメリカ経済学会

(著作)

 I.  学術研究書

 1.『金融理論と金融政策の新展開』、有斐閣、1992年(共著)。
 
 2.『国際資本移動と通貨危機:アジア危機の再評価』、
   経済分析、第16号、2002年(
共著)。 
         
  3.『通貨危機と資本逃避』、東洋経済新報社、2003年(共著)

II. 学術論文

1. The World Debt Crisis and Voluntary Bank Lending to Developing Countries,IMF, mimeo, 1986.

2. Japans Household Savings Rate: An Application of the Life Cycle Hypothesis, IMF Working Paper (WP/87/15), 1987.


3. Tourism in East Caribbean Countries: Are There Still Opportunities for Growth?, with Susan Ye, Caribbean Affairs Vol.2 (No.3), 1989.

4.「EC統合と世界経済−貿易と直接投資への影響に関するサーベイ的考察」、『日本銀行月報』 19914月号


5.「動学的均衡価格指数の理論と応用−資産価格とインフレーション」、『金融研究』、第10巻第4号、1991

6. Dynamic Equilibrium Price Index: Asset Price and Inflation, Monetary and Economic Studies, Vol.10(No.1), 1992.

7. Business Cycles with Asset Price Bubbles and the Role of Monetary Policy," Discussion Paper Series No.5, Otaru University of Commerce, June 1993.

8. Implications of Balance Sheet Restructuring for t he U.S. Business Cycle, 小樽商科大学『商学討究』、第44巻第4号、1994

9. Government Expenditure and the Balance of Payments: Budget Deficit,Financial Integration, and Economic Diplomacy, Discussion Paper Series No.35,Otaru University of Commerce, November 1996

10. A Model of International Capital Flows, Discuss ion Paper No.91,Economic Research Institute, Economic Planning Agency, Tokyo, 1999.

11. Economic Takeoff and Capital Flight, ESRI Discussion Paper Series No.8, Economic and Social Research Institute, Cabinet Office, Tokyo, 2001.

12. "International Capital and Economic Development," Otaru University of Commerce, mimeo, 2005.

13. "Human Action under Uncertainty: Probability as Extended Logic," Otaru University of Commerce, mimeo, 2006.


14, 「日本の危機」、小樽商科大学『商学討究』、第62巻第1号(p.57ー129)、20011年7月

15.
"Does Society Need Altruists? Coevolution of General Trust and Social Intelligence," The Economic Review (Vol.64, No.2&3), December 2013: 商学討究(第64巻台&3号)(p. 169-194)(2013年12月



                 HIROSHI SHIBUYA


(Address)    Otaru University of Commerce
          3-5-21 Midori
          Otaru, Hokkaido
          Japan  047-8501

(Position)    Professor
, Department of Economics

(Office)     Room 539

(Degrees)    B.A. The University of Toronto
        Ph.D. Princeton University

(Fomer Positions)

1984  Assistant Professor, Indiana State University

1985  Economist, International Monetary Fund

1989  Economist, Bank of Japan

1991  Economist, International Monetary Fund

1992  Associate Professor, Otaru University of Commerce

1997  Professor, Otaru University of Commerce

1999  Visiting Scholar, Economic Research Institute,
     Economic Planning Agency.

2001  Visiting Scholar, Economic and Social Research Institute,
     Cabinet Office.

2016 Member of Review Committee for
    Japan-IMF Scholarship Program for Asia

2017 Member of Selection Committee for
    Japan-IMF Scholarship Program for Asia


(Research Field) 

International Finance and Macroeconomics, Monetary Theory and Policy, Evolutionary Economics


(Research Topics)

Asset Price and Monetary Policy, International Capital and Economic Development, The Coevolution of Mind and Society

(Academic Membership) 

Japanese Economic Association, American Economic Association.

(Selected List of Papers)

1. “The World Debt Crisis and Voluntary Bank Lending to Developing Countries,” IMF, mimeo, 1986.

2. “Japan’s Household Savings Rate: An Application of the Life Cycle Hypothesis,” IMF Working Paper (WP/87/15), 1987.

3. “Tourism in East Caribbean Countries: Are There Still Opportunities for Growth?,”with Susan Ye, Caribbean Affairs ,Vol.2 (No.3), 1989.

4. “EC Integration and the World Economy: Trade and Direct Investment,” (in Japanese) Bank of Japan Monthly Bulletin, April 1991.

5. New Developments in Monetary Theory and Monetary Policy (in Japanese), co-authored, Yuhikaku, 1992.

6. “Dynamic Equilibrium Price Index: Asset Price and Inflation,” Monetary and Economic Studies, Vol.10 (No.1), 1992.

7. “Business Cycles with Asset Price Bubbles and the Role of Monetary Policy,” Discussion Paper Series No.5, Otaru University of Commerce, June 1993.

8. “Implications of Balance Sheet Restructuring for the U.S. Business Cycle,” Economic Review, Vol.44 (No.4), Otaru University of Commerce, 1994.

9. “Government Expenditure and the Balance of Payments: Budget Deficit, Financial Integration, and Economic Diplomacy,” Discussion Paper Series No.35, Otaru University of Commerce, November 1996.

10. “A Model of International Capital Flows,” Discussion Paper No.91, Economic Research Institute, Economic Planning Agency, Tokyo, 1999.

11. “Economic Takeoff and Capital Flight,” ESRI Discussion Paper Series No.8, Economic and Social Research Institute, Cabinet Office, Tokyo, 2001.

12. International Capital Movements and Currency Crises: Reevaluation of Asian Crisis (in Japanese), The Economic Analysis (The Keizai Bunseki), No. 165, co-authored, Economic and Social Research Institute, Cabinet Office, Tokyo, May 2002.

13. Currency Crises and Capital Flight (in Japanese), co-authored, Toyo Keizai Shinpo Sha, February 2003.

14. "International Capital and Economic Development," Otaru University of Commerce, mimeo, 2005.

15. "Human Action under Uncertainty: Probability as Extended Logic," Otaru University of Commerce, mimeo, 2006.


16. “Japan at a Crossroads,” Economic Review, Vol.62 (No.1), Otaru University of Commerce, 2011. (in Japanese)

15. "Does Society Need Altruists? Coevolution of General Trust and Social Intelligence," The Economic Review (Vol.64, No.2&3), December 2013 ((p. 169-194)




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