|Degree||Ph.D. in Economics from Osaka City University|
|Phone||+81 6 6605 2275|
|mori at econ.osaka-cu.ac.jp (please replace “at” with “@”)|
- 1977 B.A. : Toyama University
- 1979 M.A. : Osaka City University
- 2011 Ph.D. : Osaka City University
- 1992 : Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Osaka City University
- 2000- : Professor, Graduate School of Economics, Osaka City University
My research field is Marxian economics. Every day, I think about how Marx’s theory can be meaningfully applied to today’s society.
Message to Students
Can the economy grow without fluctuating?
Unemployment, Effective Demand, Economic Growth, Fiscal Policy, Monetary Policy
Affiliated Academic Organizations
Japanese Economic Association; Japan Economic Policy Association
- Intertemporal Optimization and Keynesian Economics, (Kouyousyobou, 2011) [written in Japanese].
- “Does Unequal Distribution not Maximize Social Surplus?” Keizaigaku Zasshi vol. 95, 1994, pp. 35-50 (with Dong-ping Zhu) [written in Japanese]
- “Nash Equilibrium in the Short-run, versus Lond-run: An Application of Repeated Game to Endogenous Growth Model”, Keizaigaku Zasshi vol. 92, 1991, pp. 59-81 [written in Japanese]