(Last updated : 2015-03-02 21:04:15)
  Ohara Hidetaka
   Department   Undergraduate School  , School of Commerce
   Position   Professor
■ Books and Papers
1. 2005/12 Article Monopolistic Competitive Macro-Economy in the Spirit of Keynes:
Marshallian Microfoundation, Money Income Externality and
Generalized Multiplier with Price Flexibility (Single) 
2. 2005/03 Article Marshallian Micro-Foundation of Keynes's Principle of Effective Demand as ``Marginal Revolution'' in Monetary Theory (Single) 
3. 2000/10 Article 'Keynes and Complex System' (Single) 
4. 2000/01 Article Reexamination of Keynes's Finance Motive (Single) 
5. 2000/03 Article Criticizing Meir Kohn's Wicksell-Keynesian Monetary Model (Single) 
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■ Conference Presentations
1. 2003/12 Commentator at International Workshop “Cambridge School of Economics: From Marshall to Keynes”: Comments on Hiroyuki Shimodaira (Yamagata Univ.) “Dennis Robertson's View on Industrialized Society” and Gordon Fletcher (Univ. of Liverpool) “Dennis Robertson and the Economics of the Short Period”
2. 2002/12 Commentator at International Workshop "The Multiplicity and Development of the Cambridge School": Comments on Cristina Marcuzzo (University of Rome) “Cambridge Economics in Context 1921-1946” Yoshihiko Hakamata (Chuo University) and "Kahn's Contribution in the Theory of Prices and Production"
3. 1999/05 Reexamination of Keynes's Finance Motive
4. 1998/10 Staffa's Criticism of Hayak, in Defense of Keynes' Treatise
5. 1998/09 On Sraffa's Criticism of Hayek
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■ Academic Qualifications
1. 〔Doctoral course〕, The Second Kind, Five-year unified master-doctor graduate school in Japan, Accomplished credits for doctoral program, Master
■ Career History
1. 2006/04 Meiji University Department of Commerce Professor
2. 2001/04~2006/03 Meiji University Department of Commerce Associate Professor
■ Teaching Activities
● Efforts to Improve Educational Contents and Method (Including Teaching Evaluation)
1. 2001/04/01 seminar
■ Research Topics, Consignment Studies & KAKENHI Researches
1.   [NOT FINANCE] Sociology of Monetary Economy  (Key Word : Monetary Economy)