Log In

Eiichi Akimoto Edit Profile

Economics educator

Eiichi Akimoto, Japanese economics educator. Grantee American Council Lerned Societies, 1977, Japan-United States Educational Commission, 1984; recipient American Studies Book award in American History and Civilization, Japan-United States Friendship Commission, 1989.

Background

Akimoto, Eiichi was born on March 12, 1943 in Tokyo. Son of Shoichi and Yachiyo (Noguchi) Akimoto.

Education

Bachelor, University Tokyo, 1966. Master of Arts, University Tokyo, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy, University Tokyo, 1990.

Career

Lecturer department economics Kantogakuin University, Yokohama, Japan, 1972-1975, associate professor Japan, 1975-1979, Chiba (Japan) University, 1979-1987, professor, since 1987, dean Graduate School Social Sciences and Humanities, since 2005.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The New Deal and the American Capitalism, 1989, A History of the American Economy, 1492-1993, 1995, World Depression, 1999, (with others) State and Economy, 1982, (with others) Regions and State, 1992, (with others) Market and Regions, 1993, Globalization and Policy Alternatives for National Economies, 2001, Twentieth-Century American History, 2003, Affluence and Environment, 2006. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member History Science Society of Japan, Socio-Economics History Society, Organization American Historians, Japanese Association for American Studies (editor English journal 1997-2002), Political Economy and Economic History Society (chief research planning committee 1999-2002).

Connections

Married Natsuko Nakahara, 1973. Children: Yuki, Mari.

father:
Shoichi Akimoto

mother:
Yachiyo (Noguchi) Akimoto

spouse:
Natsuko Nakahara

child:
Yuki Akimoto

child:
Mari Akimoto