TAKEUCHI Kenzo

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Name
TAKEUCHI Kenzo
Affiliation
Tokyo Woman's Christian University
Section
Department of Economics, Division of Global Social Sciences, School of Arts and Sciences
Job title
Professor
Degree
M. Litt(The University of Oxford), Master of Commerce(Hitotsubashi University), Doctor of Commerce(Hitotsubashi University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1987
 - 
1989
Hitotsubashi University, Assistant Professor
 
1990
 - 
1993
Nagaoka University of Technology, Lecturer
 
1993
 - 
1994
Nagaoka University of Technology, Associate Professor
 
2001
   
 
Graduate School of Hosei University, Lecturer(Part-time)
 
2001
 - 
2004
Hitotsubashi University, Lecturer(Part-time)
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1989
Subfaculty of Economics, Graduate School, Division of Social Sciences, The University of Oxford
 

Misc

 
Economic Analysis of Traffic Speed and Safety Regulation
International Journal of Transport Economics   17(2) 147-162   1990
On the Transfer and Evaluation of Benefits of Road Transport Investment
Expressways and Automobiles   34(6) 29-38   1991
On the Backward Bending Section of Social Marginal Cost Curve in Road Congestion
The Hitotsubashi Review   106(5) 547-565   1991
An Application of Theory of Clubs to Transport Congestion
Annual Report on Transportation Economics   29,109-120    1986
A Comparison Between Methods in the Allocation of Road Facilities-Time or Money?
Annual Report on Transportation Economics   34,127-138    1991

Books etc

 
Revitalization of Cities: A Solution from Transport Studies
Gakugeishuppansha   2002   
Transport Economics
Yuhikaku   2002   
Transport Policy in the Era of Liberalization
Tokyo University Press   2001   
Public Utility Industries in Japan: Past, Present and Future
Michigan State University   2000   
Public Regulation and Industries 4. Transport
1995   

Works

 
Practical Studies of Travel Demand Management
1996
Fundamental principles of transport system in 21st Century
1997
Institutional studies towards the balance between cities and transport
1999

Research Grants & Projects

 
Read Pricing and Congestion Tax
Optimal Relationship between market and government
Analyses of Transport Industries