MUTO Koji

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MUTO Koji

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University College of International Management
 
2001
   
 
-:visiting researcher, Institute of Internatioal Trade and Investment
 

Committee Memberships

 
 
   
 
Board member of Islamic business law study committee in Nishimura & Asahi
 
 
   
 
Head of the Islamic finance research project team at Institute of International Trade and Investment
 
2004
 - 
2009
(2004-2009)
 
 
   
 
Associate reseacher, Institute of International Trade and Investment
 

Misc

 
Arab spring: its socio economic factor analysis
MUTO Koji
International Trade and Investment Quarterly   未定   2012
The Development of Islamic Finance and Banking in Singapore
MUTO Koji, A.Mani
The Ritsumeikan Economic Review   57(2) 155-169   2008
A Comparative Study on the Economic Development of Egypt and Thailand during the 1980's and 1990's
MUTO Koji
The Japanese Institute of Middle Eastern Economics, CAIRO, EGYP [JIME REVIEW] winter 1996      1997
The role of Japan's Investment in Creating new Relations with Developing Countries
MUTO Koji
Text of Japanese Industrial Policy Seminar held in The Gulf Oil Countries      1992

Books etc

 
The Investment Climate of Kuwait for Japanese Investors no.
1997   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Statistical Analysis on consumer preferenc of Islamic finance in the Middle East
International Conference on “Construction of Longitudinal Network with Middle Eastern Countries: Toward the Mutual Understanding and Development of Joint Researches 3   2011   
Consumers preference on Islamic finance
Workshop on Islamic economy   2010   

Works

 
Development and some issue of islamic fiance in the south east Asia
2004 - 2006

Research Grants & Projects

 
Arab spring: Finding common factors among tooling countriesc
The Other Research Programs
Project Year: 2011 - 2012
Major issues of development for the Gulf oil producing countries
Social and Economic Background of 'Arab spring'
The regimes of two moderate and pro western countries Tunisia, Egypt and an oil rich Libya were toppled concurrently. These incidents occured 'coincidently' or common social or/and are existing behind them.
This research aims to clarify if there ...