Transition economy (the economic effects of the dissolution of the Japanese empire), migration studies
Bachelor of Liberal Arts: Tsuda College, 1989 Master of Business Administration (MBA): School of Business and Management, University of San Francisco, 2003 Master of Arts, International Relations: School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University, 2010 PhD program: Economic History Department, London School of Economics and Political Science, 2017
Research Associate, Johns Hopkins University, SAIS, The Edwin O. Reischauer Center for East Asian Studies
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Economic History Department, London School of Economics and Political Science
Assistant Professor, College of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University
“The reconstruction of postwar Hiroshima city, 1945-1952.” Paper presented at the Sixth Asian Historical Economics Conference, Hong Kong: The Asian Historical Economics Society (September 2018).
“Human capital development via in-house training: A case of the South Manchuria Railway Company in the Japanese empire.” Paper presented at the meeting of the European Historical Economics Society Conference,Tubingen: The European Historical Economics Society. (September 2017). https://ebha.org/public/C3:paper_file:314
Review of Nihon Teikoku Hōkaiki Hikiage no Hikaku Kenkyū: Kokusai Kankei to Chiiki no Shiten kara, edited by Yumiko Imaizumi, Asobu Yanagisawa and Kenji Kimura, Rekishi to Keizai 236, LIX-4 (July 2017): 69-70.
After empire comes home: Economic experiences of Japanese civilian repatriates, 1945-1956 (Unpublished doctoral thesis), London: London School of Economics and Political Science, 2017. http://etheses.lse.ac.uk/3454/
“The United Arab Emirates and Japan: Diversifying bilateral relationships and challenges in the context of Japan’s new foreign policy focus.” In East by Mid-East, edited by Brannon Wheeler and Anchi Hoh, London: Equinox, 2013.