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2017年度 経済学部 0704452 Institutional Analysis of Japanese Economy Ⅰ 中林 真幸
横断型

Manorial system, the land ownership and administrative system in medieval times, was a complicated mechanism, but with a good reason; to mitigate incentive problems that had become salient in the ancient times. Then, in early modern times, exclusive property right of land, the form we know, came to peasants, again as an incentive device. How was the manorial system formed, and how did it mitigate incentive problems then? How was property right of peasants was formed and protected in early modern times? Finally, how was Japan industrialized after the Meiji Restoration? In the real world, the first best resource allocation, which is presumed to be realized under perfect competition, cannot be achieved anyway. Given the structure of informational asymmetry and other technological conditions, a better second best has been sought and has evolved over times. Aim of the course is to understand economic development of Japan from the medieval times, through the Tokugawa period and the Meiji Restoration, especially from the viewpoint of institutional and organizational economics.

2017 Economics 0704452 Institutional Analysis of Japanese Economy Ⅰ(Graduate Level) Masaki Nakabayashi
University-wide

共通科目コード Common Course Code FEC-EH5801L3
開講学期 Semester A1
開講時限 Period
月曜1限 木曜1限 Mon 1st Thu 1st
単位数 Credits 2
学年 Academic Year B3 B4 B5 B6
他学部聴講 Open to other faculties 可 YES
USTEP生聴講 Permitted to USTEP Students 可 YES
教室 Classroom
経済学研究科棟 第3教室
授業使用言語 Language in Lecture 英語 English
講義題目 Title Institutional Analysis of Japanese Economy Ⅰ
授業計画 Schedule The whole course consists of 0. Introduction: Underlying concepts; 1. Formation of the medieval manorial system; 2. Transition to the early modern system; 3. Property right of peasants; 4. Peasant economy and market economy in the early modern times; 5. The Meiji Restoration and the Westernization.
授業の方法 Teaching Methods Lecture and discussions.
成績評価方法 Method of Evaluation Grades will be determined on question cards submitted in every class (40 percent), and the final examination (60 percent). If you skip three or more classes for any reason, including job hunting, research trips and health problems, some penalty will be deducted from your final score. If you do not write any on the question card, your attendance of that class will not be counted. If you are late more than 30 minutes, your attendance will not be counted. Absence from a makeup class will not be penalized. For the final examination, you can answer in either English or Japanese while the questions are written in English.
教科書 Required Textbook
Leture notes are to be downloaded from|https://sites.google.com/site/5600043/teaching/2017/tokyo
参考書 Reference Books None.
履修上の注意 Notes on Taking the Course Any participant is supposed to practice English in classes when discussing and writing questions and comments.
その他 Others None.
学部横断型教育プログラム
University-wide Undergraduate Education Program
国際総合日本学教育プログラム Global Japan Studies Program

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