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Graduate School of Economics

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Introduction to the Graduate School of Economics

The Graduate School of Economics established its Master’s Degree Program in 1982 and Doctoral Degree Program in 1985. The graduate programs aim at fostering qualified specialists who can respond to various issues arising in today’s rapidly changing society, especially at educating specialists and researchers who can build creative theories and conduct outstanding applied analysis. As a result, our graduates have been making great contributions as highly regarded specialists in economics at research institutions, as high school teachers and government officials, and at private enterprises.


Message from the Dean

Today, one of the world’s most pressing issues is to advance measures to curb global warming. The Earth’s temperature rise is mainly attributable to human activities. The residual carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted by human activities after absorption by natural ecosystems, including forests and oceans, accumulates in the atmosphere.


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