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4810-1211
GIF-CS6079L1
コンピュータ科学特別講義VII
Seminar on Computer Science VII
須田 礼仁
Reiji Suda
S2 集中
Intensive 
Fundamentals of Stateless Model Checking for Concurrent Programs

Model checking of concurrent programs with shared memory under SC or relaxed memory semantics has been an active area of research. One of the central problems in model checking concurrent programs is the state-space explosion due to the possibility of numerous number of interleavings of program events. Partial order reduction (POR) techniques (proposed in early 90s) offer a powerful solution to address the afore-mentioned schedulestate explosion. In this course, I will begin by first explaining the central notions of the POR theory followed by detailed discussions on some of the recent advances in the area.

単位 Credit:1
教室 Room: 理7号館 007号教室 Faculty of Science Bldg.7 Room#007
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
291315-03
GEC-EC6313L3
International Trade I
International Trade I
Kucheryavyy Konstantin
S1 水曜3限 金曜2限
Wed 3rd Fri 2nd
International Trade I

This is a graduate level class in the standard theory of international trade and international trade policy. The main questions of this class are: - Why do countries trade? - Under what conditions countries gains from trade? - What are the optimal trade policies that countries should pursue? In this class we will cover in great detail the fundamental models of international trade: Armington model; Ricardian model; Heckscher–Ohlin model; and Krugman model. After covering these models, we will focus on international trade policy.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 514演習室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5113152
GPP-MP5E10L3
International Trade Policy
International Trade Policy
Kucheryavyy Konstantin
S1 水曜3限 金曜2限
Wed 3rd Fri 2nd
International Trade Policy

This is a graduate level class in the standard theory of international trade and international trade policy. The main questions of this class are: - Why do countries trade? - Under what conditions countries gains from trade? - What are the optimal trade policies that countries should pursue? In this class we will cover in great detail the fundamental models of international trade: Armington model; Ricardian model; Heckscher–Ohlin model; and Krugman model. After covering these models, we will focus on international trade policy.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 514演習室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5171008
GPP-DP6E70L3
国際金融・開発研究:経済学系(International Trade Policy)
International Finance and Development: Economics(International Trade Policy)
Kucheryavyy Konstantin
S1 水曜3限 金曜2限
Wed 3rd Fri 2nd
International Trade Policy

This is a graduate level class in the standard theory of international trade and international trade policy. The main questions of this class are: - Why do countries trade? - Under what conditions countries gains from trade? - What are the optimal trade policies that countries should pursue? In this class we will cover in great detail the fundamental models of international trade: Armington model; Ricardian model; Heckscher–Ohlin model; and Krugman model. After covering these models, we will focus on international trade policy.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 514演習室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
04193081
FLE-HU4Q07S3
英語圏言語文化演習
Seminar in Language and Culture of the Anglophone World
STEPHEN H CLARK
Stephen H Clark
A1A2 金曜3限
Fri 3rd
The course will examine the development of World English, and its broader relation to narratives of pre-modern encounter, dominance of European empires, and emergence of post-colonial societies. Emphasis will be placed on creative appropriation achieved by a wide variety of national traditions. The second semester will focus on Australia, the Carribean, and New Zealand / Oceania.

The assumed centrality of British and American literature will be challenged, and an alternative model of plural traditions advocated. There will also be sustained attention to the role of colonial and post-colonial writing in the formation of a globalized world order.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 法文1号館 215教室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
291315-02
GEC-EC6313L3
Advanced Topics in International Trade
Advanced Topics in International Trade
藤井 大輔
A1A2 水曜4限
Wed 4th
Advanced Topics in International Trade

This is a graduate-level class of international trade, which is a natural sequence of the trade class taught in the spring semester. We will mainly study academic papers together to grasp the recent advancement of international trade theories. We will learn how the Eaton-Kortum (EK) framework of the Ricardian trade model is extended to explain recent trade issues, applications of trade models with heterogeneous firms, and many other topics. Students should have good understanding of the fundamental models of international trade: Heckscher-Ohlin model; Armington model; basic Ricardian model and Eaton-Kortum model; Krugman and Meltz models. Some of the basic models will be covered in the lectures if needed.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 313演習室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
5123036
GPP-MP6E20L3
Advanced Topics in International Trade
Advanced Topics in International Trade
藤井 大輔
A1A2 水曜4限
Wed 4th
Advanced Topics in International Trade

This is a graduate-level class of international trade, which is a natural sequence of the trade class taught in the spring semester. We will mainly study academic papers together to grasp the recent advancement of international trade theories. We will learn how the Eaton-Kortum (EK) framework of the Ricardian trade model is extended to explain recent trade issues, applications of trade models with heterogeneous firms, and many other topics. Students should have good understanding of the fundamental models of international trade: Heckscher-Ohlin model; Armington model; basic Ricardian model and Eaton-Kortum model; Krugman and Meltz models. Some of the basic models will be covered in the lectures if needed.

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 313演習室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
291214
GEC-EC6213L9
ベイズ統計学特論
Bayesian dynamic linear models
入江 薫
Kaoru Irie
S1S2 水曜3限
Wed 3rd
Bayesian dynamic linear models

We study the linear models (i.e. regression models) in the context of the modern Bayesian statistics, such as uncertainty quantification, high-dimensionality/sparseness and state-space modeling.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 経済学研究科棟 203演習室
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English
31698
CAS-FC1510S1
初年次ゼミナール文科
First-Year Seminar for Humanities and Social Sciences Students
阪本 拓人
SAKAMOTO Takuto
S1S2 水曜2限
Wed 2nd
人工社会を作ろう:マルチエージェント・シミュレーション入門

【共通目標】  大学では「問い」の「答え」を探求する前にまず「問い」自体を自分で見つける必要があるという点を理解し、学ぶ姿勢の根本的な転換を目指す。授業を通じて「問い」の立て方、「理論」についての考え方、「研究方法」の設定の仕方、学術資料の収集の仕方、議論の根拠の導き方、論述の組み立て方などのアカデミックスキルに触れ、それらを習得する。また、自分が取り組む「問い」が学術的・社会的に意義のある「問い」であることを主張する必要性を理解する。   「問い」の「答え」を導くに当たって必要な、先行研究の理解とオリジナリティの主張の方法(剽窃の防止を含む)、議論と根拠の関係などといったより基礎的な作法および図書館などの研究リソースの利用方法を、第2回目の合同授業で学ぶ。 【この授業の目標・概要】 マルチエージェント・シミュレーション(MAS)と呼ばれるコンピュータ・シミュレーションの技法を使って、社会現象の理解を目指す授業である。MASは、コンピュータの中に「エージェント」と呼ばれる多数の人工的な「生き物」を配置して相互作用をさせることで、いかなる集合的な秩序や動態が生成されるかを観察するシミュレーション手法である。個人や集団の間のネットワークの形成、市場での競争や独占、あるいは国家間の戦争や平和といった様々な現象を、コンピュータの中で実際に「作って理解する」ことを可能にする。 この授業では、まず、既製のソフトウェアを使った実習を通じてMASというツールを身につけてもらう。その上で、各々の学生が関心を持つ社会現象を、関連する先行研究も踏まえながら、MASを使ってモデル化する作業を行ってもらう。そして、コンピュータの中に作られた各自の「人工社会」の観察・分析を通じて、当該の社会現象に対し、理解を深めたり新たな知見を得たりしてもらう。 なお、本授業は文科系の初学者を想定しているため、MASはもちろん、プログラミング等の知識・経験は前提にしていない。 【学術分野】社会科学全般 【授業形態】実習型

単位 Credit:2
教室 Room: 情報教育棟 E25教室 Komaba Information Education Bldg. Room E25
講義使用言語 Language:日本語 Japanese
5123433
GPP-MP6E20L3
Sovereign Debt
Sovereign Debt
西沢 利郎
NISHIZAWA Toshiro
A1A2 月曜6限
Mon 6th

This course has three objectives. First, it aims to deepen student understanding about the nature of sovereign debt—in other words, government liabilities—(conceptual framework). Second, it tries to familiarize students with sovereign debt risks based on selected cases (lessons from history). Third, it provides students with an opportunity to discuss how we should manage sovereign debt to achieve policy goals (policy implications). More broadly, we will keep in mind how we could pull a particular country or the global economy out of a vicious circle of debt trap while securing gains from debt. The rationale for this endeavor is the perception that the credit-addicted growth model consequently with a growing public and private debt appears to be one of the challenges we face in today’s world. Additionally, a new angle to analyze both government liabilities and assets with a focus on their asymmetric feature will be discussed. As a practical training course, students will have the opportunity to debate, work in a team, make oral presentation and produce memos and reports. Specific reasons for offering this course are as follows. Since the global financial crisis of 2008-2009 and following the Eurozone crisis, high levels of government debt in advanced economies have raised renewed market concerns over possible sovereign debt crises. In addition, there has been an ongoing debate about how to get under control Japan’s sovereign debt, which represents more than twice the OECD members’ average debt-to-GDP ratio. Furthermore, in some of the emerging and developing countries, governments are struggling with debt management while pursuing economic development by accumulating public and private sector liabilities to various creditors. A sovereign default is the failure or refusal of a government to make payments on its debt obligations to either domestic or external creditors, or to both. In fact, history gives us many precedents of sovereign default by both developed and developing countries as well as of many crisis cases that brought a government to the verge of default. As financial journalist Philip Coggan described in his book titled Paper Promises: Money, Debt and the New World Order that we could view the economic history as “a war between creditors and debtors” while borrowing and lending are essential for the economy to function and for the government to achieve policy goals. As any other players in an economy, a government needs to borrow or assume some form of liabilities, both direct and indirect (contingent), when it runs deficits, rescues the financial system, guarantees projects, tries to maintain exchange rates, and so on. As such, the government is not necessarily immune from a struggle with its creditors although the nature of government indebtedness is different from borrowing by private entities. Furthermore, we should look at the interaction not only between creditors and debtors, but also between creditors as reminded by inter-creditor equity issues in debt restructuring as observed in the recent Greek and Argentine cases. We should also look at equity issues from intergenerational perspectives. Additionally, a new angle to analyze both government liabilities and assets with a focus on their asymmetric feature will be discussed. Public policy professionals should be aware that sovereign debt could have important political and social, as well as economic, consequences, which require public policy and legitimacy considerations.

単位 Credit:2
他学部 Other Faculty:可 YES
教室 Room: 国際学術総合研究棟 演習室C International Academic Research Bldg. Seminar Room C
講義使用言語 Language:英語 English

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