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Contemporary Issues (2015-2016)

Present position:

Emeritus Professor, Sophia University, Tokyo (Kioi-cho 7-1,
Chiyoda-ku), Tokyo, Japan 102-8554

President of the Keynes Society Japan.

Scientific Positions:

1990-2012 Professor, Faculty and Graduate School of Economics, University,

Visiting Professor, University of Rome <La Sapienza>, October 2003 - March

Visiting Scholar, University of Toronto, May 2004 - July 2004.

 Visiting Scholar, Institute of Hisorical Research, University of London (August
1997-September 1998).・

1987-1990 Professor, Department of Economics, Senshu University, Tokyo.

Visiting Scholar, Faculty of Economics and Politics, Cambridge University (Oct.
1987-March 1988).

1981-1986 Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Senshu University,

1978-1981 Lecturer, Department of Management, Komazawa University, Tokyo.

Memberships/Refereeing for Journals:

・Editor-in-Chief, Annals of the Society for the History of Economic Thought, October
1998- May 2001.

・Member of the Editorial Board (Japan) for the Collected Writings of John
Maynard Keynes (1992- ).

・Member of the Council of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought(ESHET), April 2006 -March 2010.

・The Union of National Economic Associations in Japan (April 2009 - March 2011)

Main Publications (The papers and books written in Japanese are omitted):

Selected books:

1. Keynes’s Theoretical Development – from the Tract to the General Theory, Routledge,

2. The Return to Keynes (co-edited by B. Bateman, T. Hirai and M.C.Marcuzzo), The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2010.

3. Keynesian Reflections (co-edited by T. Hirai, M.C. Marcuzzo and P. Mehrling,
Oxford University Press, 2013.

4. Capitalism and the World Economy (edited by T. Hirai), Routledge, 2015.

Selected papers:

1.“The Turning Point in Keynes’s Theoretical Development”, History of
Economic Ideas, XII-2, 2004.

2. “How Did Keynes Transform His Theory from the Tract into the Treatise?”,
European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, XIV-2, 2007.

3. “How, and For How Long, Did Keynes Maintain the Treatise Theory?”,
Journal of the History of Economic Thought,29-3, 2007.

4. “Exploring Hawtrey’s Social Philosophy through His Unpublished
Book, Right Policy, Journal of the History of Economic Thought,34-2, 2012.

5. “International Design and the British Empire”, History of Economics Review, 57
(Winter), 2013.


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