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Humanities educator

Teruo Kobayashi, Japanese humanities educator. Recipient Distinguished Service medal Korea Regional Development Association, 1987, Distinguished Service medal Korea Port Economics Association, 1989. Supervisor, Institute of Port Labour Economics, Yokohama, since 1992; chairman Port Council in Yokosuka, since 1993; committeeman The Employment Project Corporation in Kanagawa Prefecture, since 1993.

Background

Kobayashi, Teruo was born on February 14, 1941 in Kawasaki, Japan. Son of Tatsuzo and Misao (Ohta) Kobayashi.

Education

Master Economics, Kanto Gakuin University, Yokohama, Japan, 1969.

Career

Dean of students Kanto Gakuin University, 1982-1985, assistant to the president, 1986-1989, professor, since 1982. Republican director Japan Port Economics Association, since 1993.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Industrial Revolution in Scotland, 1981, Large City and Fishing Village, 1993 (Prize of Science 1994), The Formation of Metropolitan Areas in Scotland, 1996. Editor, co-author: Approach to Modern History, 1983, The Study of British Modern History, 1985.

Membership

Supervisor, Institute of Port Labour Economics, Yokohama, since 1992. Chairman Port Council in Yokosuka, since 1993. Committeeman The Employment Project Corporation in Kanagawa Prefecture, since 1993.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Tennis, baseball, swimming.

Connections

Married Hideko Tezuka, March 27, 1966. Children: Makiko, Kaori.

father:
Tatsuzo Kobayashi

mother:
Misao (Ohta) Kobayashi

spouse:
Hideko Tezuka

child:
Makiko Kobayashi

child:
Kaori Kobayashi