FURUYA Hiroyuki

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Name
FURUYA Hiroyuki
URL
http://ss.pt.bunri-http://ss.pt.bunri-u.ac.jp/syllabus/teacher_ichiran.php?ID=1050039&FACID=8A&year=2016
Affiliation
Tokushima Bunri University
Section
Faculty of Policy Sciences, Department of Policy Sciences
Degree
PhD (History)(The University of Edinburgh (Scotland, UK)), MSc by Research(The University of Edinburgh (Scotland, UK)), MA in Economics(Kwansei Gakuin University), BA in Economics(Kwansei Gakuin University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2016
 - 
Today
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Policy Sciences, Tokushima Bunri University
 
Oct 1999
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Sep 2001
Shaw McFie Lang Fellow, University of Edinburgh
 
Oct 2001
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Mar 2002
Lecturer, Office of Lifelong Learning, University of Edinburgh
 
Oct 2003
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Apr 2005
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Edinburgh
 
Apr 2005
 - 
Mar 2013
Lecturer in the History of Economic Thought, Faculty of Policy Sciences, Tokushima Bunri University
 
Apr 2013
 - 
Today
Associate Professor of the History of Economic Thought, Faculty of Policy Sciences, Tokushima Bunri University
 

Education

 
Oct 1998
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Jul 2003
Early Modern Intellectual History, Graduate School of History and Classics, University of Edinburgh
 
Apr 1996
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Mar 1998
The History of Economic Thought, Graduate School of Economics, Kwansei Gakuin University
 
Apr 1991
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Mar 1996
The History of Economic Thought, School of Economics, Kwansei Gakuin University
 

Awards & Honors

 
Jun 2001
An award from Jeremiah Dalziel Prize in British History, University of Edinburgh
 

Published Papers

 
‘Adam Smith, John Stuart Mill and the Great Irish Famine’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 43rd Annual Conference of the History of Economics Society (HES), Conference Program and Abstracts   30   Jun 2016
Classical Political Economy and the Great Irish Famine
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Japanese Society for the History of Economic Thought, The Program of the 80th Annual Conference at Tohoku University   140-145   May 2016
Classical Political Economy and the Great Irish Famine
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Great Irish Famine: Potatoes, “Genocide”, John Bull, Shunsuke Katsuta and Shinichi Takagami, eds. (Tokyo: Tousui Shobo)   91-119   Feb 2016
‘Society, Language, and Ideas: Aspects of the Scottish Enlightenment’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
Humanities: Christianity and Culture, 46 (Institute for the Study of Christianity and Culture, International Christian University, Tokyo)   46 89-147   Mar 2015   [Invited]
'The Enlightenment Idea of Improvement and its Discontents: The Case of Orkney in Eighteenth-Century Scotland'
FURUYA Hiroyuki
Meiji Journal of Political Science and Economics, 3 (Tokyo: Meiji University)   36-52   Mar 2015   [Refereed]
'The Invisible Hand in Adam Smith: Stoic or Calvinist?'
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 18th Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET), Liberalisms: Perspectives and Debates in the History of Economic Thought   86   May 2014
'Barbarism and Enlightenment in the Orkney Islands: Between Improvement and Resistance'
FURUYA Hiroyuki
Barbarism and Enlightenment: Elucidation from the History of Economic Thought, Hideo Tanaka, ed. (Kyoto: Kyoto University Press), Chapter 7   219-254   Mar 2014
‘Fitness as Ingenuity: Judgment of Taste in Adam Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 40th Annual Meetings of the History of Economics Society (HES), Conference Program and Abstracts   16   Jun 2013
‘The Enlightenment Idea of Improvement and its Discontents: The Case of Orkney in the Eighteenth Century’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 17th Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET), Economic Theory and Business Practice: Their relations through the ages   71-72   May 2013
‘Fitness as Ingenuity: Beauty and Economy in Adam Smith’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 16th Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET), Institutions and Values in Economic Thought   222   May 2012
‘The Theory of Judgment of Merit in Adam Smith’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Japanese Society for British Philosophy, The Program of the 36th Annual Conference at International Christian University   14   Mar 2012
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought   18(5) 697-714   Dec 2011   [Refereed]
‘Beauty as Independence: Stoic Philosophy and Adam Smith’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Kyoto Economic Review   80(1) 70-102   Jun 2011   [Refereed]
‘Adam Smith and Stoic Philosophy: From Cicero’s Cato to an Image of the Merchant-Landowner’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 38th Annual Meetings of the History of Economics Society (HES), Conference Program and Abstracts   18   Jun 2011
‘From Stoic Philosophy to a Language of Political Economy in Adam Smith’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 15th Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET), Competition, Innovation and Rivalry   43   May 2011
‘The Language of Stoic Philosophy in Adam Smith: A Road Towards Political Economy’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Japanese Society for British Philosophy, The Program of the 35th Annual Conference at Kyoto University   19   Mar 2011
‘Adam Smith and Stoic Philosophy: From Cicero’s Cato to an Image of the Merchant-Landowner’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
Studies in British Philosophy   34 144-145   Mar 2011
‘The Enlightenment Afar: The Economic Thought of Thomas Hepburn and Eighteenth-Century Orkney (2)’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Journal of Economics of Kwansei Gakuin University   64(4) 139-158   Mar 2011
‘The Enlightenment Afar: The Economic Thought of Thomas Hepburn and Eighteenth-Century Orkney (1)’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Journal of Economics of Kwansei Gakuin University   64(3) 179-203   Dec 2010
‘A Language of Taste in the Moral Philosophy of Adam Smith’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Kyoto Economic Review   79(1) 40-65   Jun 2010   [Refereed]
‘Thomas Hepburn and Eighteenth-Century Orcadian Economy: the Moderate Economic Thought of Edinburgh Reconsidered’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 14th Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET), The Practices of Economists in the Past and Today   47   Mar 2010
‘Thomas Hepburn and Eighteenth-Century Orkney’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Japanese Society for the History of Economic Thought, The Program of the 73rd Annual Conference at Keio University   118-123   May 2009
‘Lights and Shades of the Age of the Scottish Enlightenment: A Case of Orkney’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Japanese Society of Western History, The Program of the 58th Annual Conference at Shimane University   40   May 2008
‘Thomas Hepburn, A Letter to a Gentleman from his Friend in Orkney, containing the True Causes of the Poverty of that Country (1760) (2)’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Journal of Economics of Kwansei Gakuin University   60(2) 85-103   Feb 2007
‘Thomas Hepburn, A Letter to a Gentleman from his Friend in Orkney, containing the True Causes of the Poverty of that Country (1760) (1)’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Journal of Economics of Kwansei Gakuin University   60(1) 77-97   Sep 2006
‘Free Market as a Centrist Policy: An Aspect of Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Journal of Economics of Kwansei Gakuin University   59(1) 65-90   Jun 2005
‘Tony Blair’s Mysterious Third Consecutive Victory’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Weekly Economist (Tokyo: The Mainichi Newspapers)   2005年(5月24日) 100-101   May 2005   [Invited]
‘The ‘private vices, public benefits’ controversy: the response of the Scottish Enlightenment to Bernard Mandeville’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
PhD Thesis, University of Edinburgh   1-308   Jul 2003   [Refereed]
‘Wealth and Beauty in Adam Smith: Utility and Propriety’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Kwansei Gakuin Economic Review   28 69-92   Dec 1997

Misc

 
‘Ronald L. Meek, Social Science and the Ignoble Savage, translated by Hideo Tanaka, Michiko Murai, and Shinji Nohara (Kyoto: Showado, 2015)’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
Annals of the Society for the History of Social Thought   40 185-188   Sep 2016   [Invited]
‘Brian Bonnyman, The Third Duke of Buccleuch and Adam Smith: Estate Management and Improvement in Enlightenment Scotland (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2014)’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Journal of the History of Economic Thought   38(3) 407-410   Sep 2016   [Invited]
‘Nicholas T. Phillipson, Adam Smith: An Enlightened Life, translated by Daisuke Nagai (Tokyo: Hakusuisha, 2014)’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Book Review Press, 10 January 2015 issue   3   Jan 2015   [Invited]
‘Book review: Naoki Hayashi, Defoe and the English Enlightenment (Kyoto: Kyoto University Press, 2012)’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Japanese Journal of the History of Economic Thought   55(1) 124-125   Jul 2013   [Invited]
‘Book review: Atsushi Komine ed., Poverty and Welfare in Economic Thought (Kyoto: Minerva, 2011)’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Ohara Journal of Social Problem   640 80-84   Feb 2012   [Invited]
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The Japanese Association of Early Modern British History Home Pag      Oct 2008

Books etc

 
The End of Term Reports on the US Presidents: Scoring all the 44 Presidents out of 5
Kazuo Yawata (Part:Joint Work)
Shodensha Ougon Bunko   Jul 2016   ISBN:4396316976
The Great Irish Famine: Potatoes, “Genocide”, John Bull
Shunsuke Katsuta and Shinichi Takagami, eds. (Part:Joint Work, Chapter 4)
Tousui Shobo   Feb 2016   ISBN:4887084277
Barbarism and Enlightenment: An Elucidation from the History of Econimic Thought
Hideo Tanaka, ed. (Part:Joint Work, Chapter 7)
Kyoto University Press   Mar 2014   ISBN:4876984786
The End of Term Reports on the US Presidents: From Washington to Obama
Kazuo Yawata, et al. (Part:Joint Work)
PHP Institute   Dec 2008   ISBN:4569704964
Reprint, March 2009
FURUYA Hiroyuki
Fukuro Publications   Sep 2008   ISBN:4861863597
Reprint, April 2013
FURUYA Hiroyuki
Fukuro Publications   Mar 2007   ISBN:4861863104

Conference Activities & Talks

 
‘State, Nation, and Cosmopolitanism in the History of Economic Thought: From Mercantilism to Adam Smith and Beyond’ [Invited]
FURUYA Hiroyuki
Symposium: ‘Cosmopolitanism in Eighteenth-Century Britain: Hume, Smith, and Burke’, Toyo University, Tokyo   3 Dec 2016   
‘Classical Economic Theory and Policy during the Great Irish Famine’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
International Conference on Economic Theory and Policy, Liberty Tower, Meiji University, Tokyo   16 Sep 2016   
‘Adam Smith, John Stuart Mill and the Great Irish Famine’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 43rd Annual Conference of the History of Economics Society (HES), FRI1C Session: ‘Smith and His Contemporaries’ (Co-Organized with the International Adam Smith Society), Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, US   17 Jun 2016   
‘Classical Political Economy and the Great Irish Famine’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 80th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for the History of Economic Thought, Tohoku University   22 May 2016   
‘The Theological Language in Adam Smith: Providentialism and the Idea of an Invisible Hand’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
International Conference on Economic Theory and Policy, Liberty Tower, Meiji University, Tokyo   23 Sep 2015   
‘Nassau Senior, the Whig Government, and the Great Irish Famine’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 19th Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET), ‘Great Controversies in Economics’, Session G04: ‘Economists and Policy Making’, Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy   16 May 2015   
‘Barbarism and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century Orkney’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
International Conference on New Thinking in Economic Theory and Policy, Session: ‘Economic Thought’, Academy Common, Meiji University, Tokyo   14 Sep 2014   
‘The Invisible Hand in Adam Smith’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 18th Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET), ‘Liberalisms: Perspectives and Debates in the History of Economic Thought’, Session B4: ‘Adam Smith on Ethics and Economics’, University of Lausanne, Switzerla   29 May 2014   
‘Society, Language and Ideas: Aspects of the Scottish Enlightenment’ [Invited]
FURUYA Hiroyuki
Special Open Lecture, the Institute for the Study of Christianity and Culture, International Christian University   13 Dec 2013   
‘On Submitting Papers to International Academic Journals’ [Invited]
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 9th Young Scholars Seminar of the Japanese Society for the History of Economic Thought, Refle-Forum, Tokyo   9 Nov 2013   
‘From Propriety to Impartiality in Adam Smith’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
International Ricardo Conference, Liberty Tower, Meiji University, Tokyo   17 Sep 2013   
‘Fitness as Ingenuity: Judgment of Taste in Adam Smith’s Theory of Moral Sentiments’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 40th Annual Conference of the History of Economics Society (HES), University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada   Jun 2013   History of Economics Society (HES)
‘The Enlightenment Idea of Improvement and its Discontents: The Case of Orkney in the Eighteenth Century’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 17th Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET), ‘Economic Theory and Business Practice: Their relations through the ages’, Kingston University, London   May 2013   European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET)
‘Working the Peripheral into the Picture: The Case of Thomas Hepburn in Eighteenth-Century Orkney’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
ESHET-Argentina, ‘Core and Periphery Countries: Lessons From Economic History and the History of Economic Thought’, Universidad Nacional General Sarmiento Political Economy Department, Buenos Aires, Argentina   Nov 2012   European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET)
‘Improvement and Resistance in Orkney in the age of Scottish Enlightenment’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 37th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for the History of Social Thought, Hitotsubashi University   Oct 2012   Japanese Society for the History of Social Thought
‘Beauty as Independence: Stoic Philosophy and Adam Smith’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 6th Seminar of the Association of Savagery and Enlightenment: An Approach from the History of Economic Thought, University of Kyoto   Oct 2012   Association of Savagery and Enlightenment: An Approach from the History of Economic Thought
‘Adam Smith and his Characterisation of the Merchant-Landowner in The Wealth of Nations’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
International Conference on Structural Economic Dynamics, Session: ‘Adam Smith’, Academy Common, Meiji University, Tokyo   Sep 2012   International Conference on Structural Economic Dynamics
‘Fitness as Ingenuity: Beauty and Economy in Adam Smith’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 16th Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET), ‘Institutions and Values in Economic Thought’, Session H.3: ‘Smith – 2’, St Petersburg State University, St Petersburg, Russia   May 2012   European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET)
‘The Theory of Judgment of Merit in Adam Smith’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 35th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for British Philosophy, University of Kyoto   Mar 2012   Japanese Society for British Philosophy
‘Adam Smith and Stoic Philosophy: From Cicero’s Cato to an Image of the Merchant-Landowner’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 38th Annual Conference of the History of Economics Society (HES), Session: ‘Adam Smith, Desire and the Long Run’, Notre Dame University, South Bend, Indiana, USA   Jun 2011   History of Economics Society (HES)
‘From Stoic Philosophy to a Language of Political Economy in Adam Smith’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 15th Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET), ‘Competition, Innovation and Rivalry’, Session A.4: ‘Adam Smith – 1’ (Chair: Hiroyuki Furuya), Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey   May 2011   European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET)
‘Stoic Language in Adam Smith: A Road towards Political Economy’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 35th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for British Philosophy, University of Kyoto   Mar 2011   Japanese Society for British Philosophy
‘Adam Smith and Stoic Philosophy: From Cicero’s Cato to an Image of the Merchant-Landowner’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 43rd Seminar of the Kansai Regional Section of the Japanese Society for British Philosophy, Campus Plaza Kyoto, University of Kyoto   Dec 2010   Japanese Society for British Philosophy
‘The Pundlar Process and Eighteenth-Century Orkney’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The University of Reading Early Modern Studies Conference, ‘Controversy, Protest, Ridicule, Laughter, 1500-1750’, Early Modern Research Centre, University of Reading   Jul 2010   Early Modern Research Centre, University of Reading
‘Thomas Hepburn and Eighteenth-Century Orcadian Economy: the Moderate Economic Thought of Edinburgh Reconsidered’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 14th Annual Conference of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET), ‘The Practices of Economists in the Past and Today’, The Amsterdam School of Economics, University of Amsterdam   Mar 2010   European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET)
‘Thomas Hepburn and Eighteenth-Century Orkney’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 73rd Annual Conference of the Japanese Society for the History of Economic Thought, Keio University   May 2009   Japanese Society for the History of Economic Thought
‘Thomas Hepburn, A Letter to a Gentleman from his Friend in Orkney, containing the True Causes of the Poverty of that Country (1760)’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 195th Seminar of the Association of the History of Economic Thought, Kwansei Gakuin University   Mar 2009   Association of the History of Economic Thought
‘The ‘Improvement’ in the Age of the Scottish Enlightenment’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 17th Annual Seminar of the Japanese Association of Early Modern British History, University of Osaka   Oct 2008   Japanese Association of Early Modern British History
‘Lights and Shades of the Age of the Scottish Enlightenment: A Case of Orkney’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 58th Annual Conference of the Japanese Society of Western History, University of Shimane   May 2008   Japanese Society of Western History
‘Adam Smith and the Present: On Economic Liberalism’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 186th Seminar of the Association of the History of Economic Thought, Kwansei Gakuin University   Aug 2007   Association of the History of Economic Thought
‘Free Trade as a Centrist Policy: An Aspect of Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 171th Seminar of the Association of the History of Economic Thought, Kwansei Gakuin University   Mar 2005   Association of the History of Economic Thought
Post-War Japanese Studies in the History of Economic and Social Thought
FURUYA Hiroyuki
One-day workshop, ‘British and Irish history in Japan: past, present and future’, Margaret Thatcher Centre, Somerville College, University of Oxford   Jan 2004   Somerville College, University of Oxford
‘Adam Smith on beauty and the passions’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
Seminar in the cultural and intellectual history in Britain, ‘Reform, Revolution and Reaction: British Politics and Literature around 1800’, Department of History, University of Munich, Germany   Mar 2001   Department of History, University of Munich, Germany
‘Adam Smith on beauty and the passions’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
Graduate Seminar in early modern history, University of Edinburgh   Feb 2001   Department of History, University of Edinburgh
‘The Gentleman and the Prudent Man in Adam Smith’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
The 130th Seminar of the Association of the History of Economic Thought   Jun 1998   Association of the History of Economic Thought
‘Wealth and Beauty in Adam Smith: Utility and Propriety’
FURUYA Hiroyuki
Graduate Seminar in Economics, Kwansei Gakuin University   Sep 1997   Graduate Seminar in Economics, Kwansei Gakuin University

Research Grants & Projects

 
‘The Economic Thought of War and Peace: Can the Filtration of Economics lessen International Conflicts?’
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)
Project Year: Apr 2016 - Mar 2020    Investigator(s): KOMINE Atsushi
‘The History of Civilised Society and Political Economy in the Scottish Enlightenment: Adam Smith and William Robertson’
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
Project Year: Apr 2016 - Mar 2020    Investigator(s): FURUYA Hiroyuki
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI) for Publication
Project Year: Apr 2015 - Mar 2016    Investigator(s): Shunsuke KATSUTA
‘Comprehending Morality and the Market Economy in the Scottish Enlightenment: Adam Smith and the Moderates’
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), within the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI) for Young Scientists (B)
Project Year: Apr 2012 - Mar 2016    Investigator(s): FURUYA Hiroyuki
‘Savagery and Enlightenment: From a Perspective of the History of Economic Thought’
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), within the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)
Project Year: Apr 2011 - Mar 2014    Investigator(s): TANAKA Hideo
‘The Historical Contexts and Characteristics of the Economic Thought in the Scottish Enlightenment: Adam Smith and Thomas Hepburn’
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), within the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI) for Young Scientists (B)
Project Year: Apr 2008 - Mar 2012    Investigator(s): FURUYA Hiroyuki

Social Contribution

 
The Lives of Economic Philosophers
[Lecturer]  Tokushima Municipal High School  16 Oct 2015