KANDATSU Haruki

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Name
KANDATSU Haruki
Degree
Doctor of Agriculture(The University of Tokyo), Master of Agriculture(The University of Tokyo), Ph.D.(Okayama University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1970
 - 
1977
Associate Professor, Faculty of Law and
 
 
   
 
Letters, Okayama University
 
1977
 - 
1980
Professor, Faculty of Law and Letters,
 
 
   
 
Okayama University
 
1977
 - 
2000
Professor, Faculty of Law and Letters,
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1971
Graduate School, Division of Agricultural Science, The University of Tokyo
 

Misc

 
"Nogyo shison yashinaigusa" by YOSHITAKE Tokuyama, 1826-Reprinted from the Original Text
OKAYAMA ECONOMIC REVIEW   26(1) 41   1994
On"Nogyo shison yashinaigusa-hikae"by Yoshitake Tokuyama 1824
Okayama Economic Review   30(1) 24   1998
A Study of an Agricultural Book, Nogyo shison yashinaigusa" by Yoshitake Tokuyama, 1826(1)(2)
Okayama Economic Review   31(1) 30 31/1,30   1998
A Study on the Regional Deferences found in two Nosho, Premodern Agriculture Records, of Bittyu and Mimasaka, Presenly in Okayama Prefecture
Journal of The Oriental Research   (31集) 22   2001
"1kken Kuchigaki・Utsushi"by Gisuke, 1837 Ⅰ.Ⅱ.Ⅲ
OKAYAMA ECONOMIC REVIEW   28(3) 32 29/1,26 31/2,28   1996
1996-1999

Books etc

 
The Development of the Rural Weaving Industry in the Meiji Era
Tokyo University Press   1974   
The Industrial Development and its Effects on the Regonal System of Economy in the Period of the Industrial Revolution in Japan
Ochanomizu Shobo Co. LTD   1987   
Formation of Industrial Ereas during the Meiji Era in Japan
Ochanomizu Shobo Co. , LTD   1997   
Some Phases of the People's Living Conditions in the Meiji Era
Ochanomizu Shobo Co. LTD   1999   
The Characteristics of Meiji Era through the Literary Works of Those Days
Ochanomizu Shobo Co. LTD   1999   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on Industrial Revolution in Japan
Study on Ag'rccultural Book in Edo Period of Japan
Study on Higher Educational System in Meiji Period of Japan