News & Events

07 OCT 2018

Global Business Course, School of Economics and Management

The School of Economics and the School of Business Administration will be restructured into the School of Economics and Management and the School of Social Information Science in April 2019.
Because of these changes, we are now in the process of preparing new web sites.
Of particular interest to students from overseas is the Global Business Course within School of Economics and Management, which will accept 30 international students. A brief description of the course, the application instructions, and the application form are available here.

23 MAR 2018

Development and Policy Seminar

Date: Friday 16 March 2018, 15:00-17:00
Venue: Room105 (Research Building 1, Kobe Economics and Business Campus)
Speaker: Dr. Momoko Kawakami (Institute of Development Economics)
Topic : "Latecomer Firms in Global Intraindustry Specialization - Case Study of Taiwanese Electronics Industry -"

19 JAN 2018

School of Economics ICC International Seminar

Date : Monday 15 Jan. 2018 10:40-12:10
Location: Lecture Room 103 (Education Building 2, Kobe Economics and Business Campus)
Speaker: Dr. PHONVISAY Alay (National University of Laos)
Topic: "Lao Economic Development and Regional Integration"

27 DEC 2017

Development and Policy Seminar

Date: Wednesday 10 January 2018, 17:00-18:30
Venue: Room108 (Research Building 1, Kobe Economics and Business Campus)
Speaker: Dr. PHONVISAY Alay (National University of Laos , Faculty of Economics and Business Management´╝ë
Topic : "Human Capital and Innovation in Laos ~ A Survey of Micro and Small Businesses in Vientiane ~"

31 MAY 2017

Seminar for School of Economics ICC Students

Date: 31 May, 2017 (Lunch time)
Place: Lecture Room C411 (Kobe Economics and Management Campus)
Topic: "ICC Seminar On Studying Abroad ~From Senior ICC students to Junior ICC Students~"

24 NOV 2016

Development and Policy Seminar

Date: Wednesday 30 November 2016, 16:00-17:30
Venue: Room108 (Research Building 1, Kobe Economics and Business Campus)
Speaker: Dr. Souksavanh Vixathep (Faculty of Economics, University of Hyogo)
Topic : "Human Capital, Innovation, and Productivity in Vietnam's SMEs - Result from a Survey in Hanoi -"

13 OCT 2016

School of Economics ICC International Seminar

Date : Monday 17 Oct. 13:00-14:40
Location: Lecture Room 105 (Education Building 2, Kobe Economics and Business Campus)
Speaker: Professor Hisaya Tsutsui (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, AZ, USA)
Topic: "America, and then Malaysia: a life without prejudice - a mathematician's perspective"

22 JUN 2016

Development and Policy Seminar

Date: Saturday 9 July 2016, 13:00-14:30
Venue: Room108 (Research Building 1, Kobe Campus for Commerce)
Speaker: Dr.Nisit Panthamit´╝łFaculty of Economics, Chiang Mai University)
Topic : "A Management of Elephant Tourism in Thailand: From Local to Global"

20 FEB 2016

Hyogo Conference on Growth, Fluctuations and Income Inequality

Date : 10:20-17:10, Monday, March 7, 2016
Venue: Congress Room, 2nd floor Honbuto, Kobe Campus for Commerce, University of Hyogo
Organizer: Economics Research Group, School of Economics, University of Hyogo

27 JAN 2016

Development and Policy Seminar

Date: Wednesday 27 January 2016, 16:30-18:00
Location : Room108 (Research Building 1 , Kobe Economics and Business Campus)
Speaker : Dr. Tomoko KINUGASA (Graduate School of Economics Kobe University)
Topic : "The Effects of Demographic Change on International Trade: An Empirical Study in APEC"

12 JAN 2016

Development and Policy Seminar

Date: Wednesday 13 January 2016, 16:30-18:00
Location : Room105 (Research Building 1 , Kobe Economics and Business Campus)
Speaker : Dr. Kai KAJITANI (Graduate School of Economics Kobe University)
Topic : "Internationalisation of the Renminbi and Chinese Economy"

06 JAN 2016

Development and Policy Seminar

Date: Friday 8 January 2016, 16:20-18:00
Location : Room108 (Research Building 1 , Kobe Economics and Business Campus)
Speaker : Dr. Keijiro Otsuka (National Graduate Institute For Policy Studies)
Topic : "Development Strategies for Developing Countries"