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economics professor

Ken-ichi Watanabe, Chinese economics professor. Fulbright fellow, 1980. Member Japanese Association Economics and Econometrics, American Economic Association, Royal Economic Society, National Association Underwater Instructors (master).

Background

Watanabe, Ken-ichi was born on January 1, 1942 in Lü-shun, China. Son of Hiroshi and Haruko (Mitsunaga) Watanabe. arrived in Japan, 1946.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Tokyo, 1965. Master of Science, University Tokyo, 1967.

Career

Research assistant economics section, U. Tokyo Faculty General Education, 1968-1972; research assistant, Japanese Economics research Center, Tokyo, 1968-1972; researcher, Japanese Economics research Center, Tokyo, 1972-1979; assistant professor economics, Seikei U., Tokyo, 1972-1975; associate professor, Seikei U., Tokyo, 1975-1981; professor, Seikei U., Tokyo, since 1981.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributing author: Development and Application of Multi-Sector Industry Econometric Model (in Japanese), 1980.

Membership

Member Japanese Association Economics and Econometrics, American Economic Association, Royal Economic Society, National Association Underwater Instructors (master).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: scuba diving.

Connections

father:
Hiroshi Watanabe

mother:
Haruko (Mitsunaga) Watanabe