Hitotsubashi Institute for Advanced Study

Registration for “HSI 2020: Microeconomic Theory” ( November 28 & 29) is Open.

  1. 13-14 July, HSI2024-10th Hitotsubashi Summer Institute: Microeconomic Theory (onsite)

  2. 13 June, The 2nd HIAS Seminar 2024: Sungwan Hong, Pennsylvania State University, “Green Industrial Policies and Energy Transition in the Globalized Economy”

  3. 27 June, The 4th HIAS Brown Bag Seminar: Dr. Tetsuya Aoki, (Specially Appointed Assistant Professor, Hitotsubashi Institute for Advanced Study), “Does AI Recommendation promote purchase behavior? The Sense of Objective Customization” (onsite)

  4. A paper co-authored by Assistant Professor David U. Socol de la Osa (HIAS) entitled “Shaping Global AI Governance: Enhancements and Next Steps for the G7 Hiroshima AI Process” was published on the CSIS (Center for Strategic and International Studies) website (published 24 May 2024)

  5. A paper co-authored by Professor Maria Lohan (HIAS Visiting Researcher/Professor, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Queen’s University Belfast) entitled “Engaging men and boys in sexual and reproductive health and rights” was published in the BMJ (Published 10 May 2024)

  6. 19 June, The 88th HIAS Lunch Seminar: Etienne Makdissi, Hitotsubashi University , “Effect of Legal Same-Sex Marriage in the United States With A Comprehensive Matching Model”

  7. 28 May, The 3rd HIAS Brown Bag Seminar: Dr. Savu Rovanto, (Assistant Professor, Hitotsubashi Institute for Advanced Study), “Growth of the circular economy: A Paradox? Case studies of repair in Japan, China and Finland” (onsite)

  8. 9 May, The 2nd HIAS Brown Bag Seminar: Prof. D.S.Prasada Rao (Specially Appointed Professor, Hitotsubashi Institute for Advanced Study), “Contrasting Trajectories: The Political Economy of Growth in China and India” (onsite)

  9. 1 May, The 87th HIAS Lunch Seminar: Eric Klemm, University College London, “Wage Progression and Cohort Inequality in the German Labour Market”

  10. 16 May, The 1st HIAS Seminar 2024 : Dr. Shurojit Chatterji (Singapore Management University), “Efficiency with heterogeneous forecasts” (onsite)