KAJITANI Kai

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KAJITANI Kai

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http://www2.kobe-u.ac.jp/~kaikaji/

Research Interest

Studies for Chinese Economy, Development Economics, Comparative Economics

Research Theme

Modern and Contemporary Chinese Economics, The Economics of Institution

Profile
  • Ph. D. (Economics), Kobe University, 2000
  • Lecturer/Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Kobegakuin University,2000-2010
  • Associate Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Kobe University, 2010-
Lectures and Seminars

Lectures (Undergraduate)
China is the world's second-largest economy in GDP, which will have a big impact for the world economy. But there is still much unknown part about the reality of Chinese economy. In this lecture, we will focus on which current problem does Chinese economy face, that has experienced high growth in the transformation from a planned economy to a market economy, and which resolution are tried to be achieved for these problems. The goal of this lecture is to understand that the important topics related to the Chinese economy and their mutual relationship, such as the history and current state of corporate reform, dynamics of the fiscal and financial policies, the expansion of economic disparities and its solution, the impact against the global economy and so on. We also aim to be able to briefly discuss the background for the China-related articles of Nikkei Shinbun by your own words.

 

Lectures (Graduate/Postgraduate)
In the graduate class, we aim to conduct a deeper understanding about several important topics on the recent Chinese economy, such as "rural and urban", "the relationship between central and local", "economic growth and enterprises" and "exchange rate and macro-policies" About these topics taken up in this class, a detailed list of references based on the cutting-edge empirical studies will be provided, so you are required submitting some reports about the topics you are interest in, during the course.

 

Seminars (Undergraduate)
China is the world's second-largest economy in GDP, which will have a big impact for the world economy. But there is still much unknown part about the reality of Chinese economy. In this lecture, we will focus on which current problem does Chinese economy face, that has experienced high growth in the transformation from a planned economy to a market economy, and which resolution are tried to be achieved for these problems. The goal of this lecture is to understand that the important topics related to the Chinese economy and their mutual relationship, such as the history and current state of corporate reform, dynamics of the fiscal and financial policies, the expansion of economic disparities and its solution, the impact against the global economy and so on.

 

Seminars (Graduate/Postgraduate)
China is the world's second-largest economy in GDP, which will have a big impact for the world economy. But there is still much unknown part about the reality of Chinese economy. In this lecture, we will focus on which current problem does Chinese economy face, that has experienced high growth in the transformation from a planned economy to a market economy, and which resolution are tried to be achieved for these problems. The goal of this lecture is to understand that the important topics related to the Chinese economy and their mutual relationship, such as the history and current state of corporate reform, dynamics of the fiscal and financial policies, the expansion of economic disparities and its solution, the impact against the global economy and so on.

Publications
  1. "Determinants of intergovernmental transfer and redistribution of subsidies in inland China: empirical analysis using country data" (with Makoto Hoshino), Asian Studies, Vol.55, No.1, 2009.
  2. "Extrabudgetary funds and regional inequality in China Message," China21, Vol.30, 2009.
  3. "Some issues about the land markets and the local governments in China: the transformation of the economic development driven by the local states," Modern and Contemporary Chinese Studies, Vol.23, 2008.
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