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College of Economics  /
Department of Economics

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 DAVID   FLATH  Professor

■Graduate school/University/other
05/1972  SMU  Economics  Graduated
03/1976  UCLA  Economics  Economics  Doctoral course  Completed
■Academic degrees
B.A. (05/1972 SMU)   M.A. (06/1974 UCLA)   Ph.D. (03/1976 UCLA)  
■Career history
08/01/1976-07/31/1982  NCSU / Assistant Professor, Department of Economics
08/01/1982-07/31/1991  NCSU / Associate Professor, Department of Economics
08/01/1991-03/30/2008  NCSU / Professor, Department of Economics
04/01/2008-03/30/2009  University of Hyogo / Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics
04/01/2009-03/30/2013  ISER, Osaka University / Adjunct Professor
03/31/2013-  Ritsumeikan University/ Professor, Faculty of Economics
■Academic society memberships
American Economic Association  
Japanese Economic Association  
■Licenses and qualifications
Duke University, EFL/ESL Teaching Certificate  (2006)   
■Research activities   (Even top three results are displayed. In View details, all results for public presentation are displayed.)

Books
The Japanese Economy  Oxford University Press, 3rd edition  03/2014  978-0199278619
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Papers
Conscription and the Developing Countries  Nguyen Dinh Tuan Vuong and David Flath  International Journal of Economic Policy Studies  13, 119-136  2019
The Japanese Economy, Past and Present  David Flath  Crossing Boundaries in Culture and Communication, (Department of Asian Languages and Literature, Romanian-American University)  2018
Dual Monopolies of New Durables and their Ancillaries: Exclusive Supply Contracts  David Flath  Asian Journal of Innovation and Policy  2018
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Research presentations
Resale Price Maintenance by Japanese Newspapers  Economic Journalism Workshop  02/12/2015
Economics of Regulation in Japan  9th International Conference on Regional Innovatoin and Cooperation in Asia (RICA)  11/25/2014
Nonlinear Pricing of Japanese Newspapers  Spring Conference, 2014  06/15/2014
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Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI)
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■Teaching experience   (Even top three results are displayed. In View details, all results for public presentation are displayed.)

Courses taught
2017  Elementary Seminar Ⅰ  Seminar
2017  Elementary Seminar II  Seminar
2017  Research Seminar Ⅰ  Seminar
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■Research keywords(on a multiple-choice system)
Economic policy