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researcher , Economics educator

Toshihiko Hayashi, Japanese economics educator, researcher. Recipient Fulbright Commission Travel award, 1968; Japan & United States Friendship Commission grantee, 1983. Member Fair Trade Commission, Tokyo, 1984; Member of Japan Association Economics and Econometrics (board directors since 1984).

Background

Hayashi, Toshihiko was born on March 4, 1943 in Kanoya, Kagoshima, Japan. Son of Kiyoshi and Hisa (Nasu) Hayashi.

Education

Bachelor in Economics, Kyoto University, 1966. Master of Arts, Osaka University, Japan, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University, 1972.

Career

Associate professor, economics Kobe University Commerce, Japan, 1971—1979, Osaka University, 1980—1984, professor, since 1985.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The World of Demand and Supply, 1982, Microeconomics, 1984, The Big Economy: America, 1986. Editor: Economic Studies Quarterly, 1979-1984.

Membership

Member Fair Trade Commission, Tokyo, 1984. Member of Japan Association Economics and Econometrics (board directors since 1984).

Connections

Married Setsu Shimazu, June 29, 1969. Children: Kenta, Manpei.

father:
Kiyoshi Hayashi

mother:
Hisa (Nasu) Hayashi

spouse:
Setsu Shimazu

child:
Kenta Hayashi

child:
Manpei Hayashi