Conference Program (English) (being prepared)

Conference Program [English]

The 65th Annual Conference of the Japan Society of Political Economy ‘Capital’ 150th anniversary ‘Imperialism’ 100th anniversary and the Critique of Capitalism October 28 [Saturday] and 29 [Sunday], 2017 Chuo University, Tokyo, Japan

 

October 28 [Saturday] from 9:30 to 12:10

Session 1: Marx’s critique of equilibrium economics

Session 2: Mathematical Marxian economics

Session 3: Analysis of Japanese Economy

Session 4: Institutional Approach to Modern Economy

Session 5: Political economics in China [1]

Session 6: English Session [1] Capitalism and the World Economy

Session 7: English Session [2] Distribution, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics

 

October 28 [Saturday] from 13:10 to 15:50

Session 8: Understanding Capitalism

Session 9: Rerated to Earthquake disaster

Session 10: Change of Japanese Economy

Session 11: Rerated to Marx’s Capital (1)

Session 12: Capital, Labour and Wages

Session 13: Political economics in China [2]

Session 14: English Session [3]: Varieties of Capitalism, Social Norms and Regulation

Session 15: English Session [4]: Labour, Value and Money

 

October 28 [Saturday] from 16:00 to 16:50

General Meeting

 

October 28 [Saturday] from 16:50 to 17:10

The JSPE Prize for Younger Members

 

October 28 [Saturday] from 17:10 to 18:10

Invited Plenary Lecture of the 2016 JSPE International Book Prize Winner.

 

October 29 [Sunday] from 9:30 to 12:10

Session 16:Related to Marx’s Capital (2)

Session 17:Related to Lenin’s Imperialism

Session 18:Modern Imperialism

Session 19:Productive Forces and Relations of Production

Session 20:English Session[5]: Money and Finance

Session 21:English Session[6]: Political Economy and Socio-economic Policies

Session 22:English Session[7]: Developing Economies

 


 

Conference Program

October 28 [Saturday] from 9:30 to 12:10

 

Session 1: Marx’s critique of equilibrium economics

Building7, 2nd floor, Room 7202

Chair: Ryuji SASAKI [Rikkyo University]

Kohei SAITO [Osaka City University] “Fred Moseley is SSSI?” Commentator: Hideto AKASHI [Komazawa University]

Soichiro SUMIDA [Hitotsubashi University Graduate Student] “Marx’s Critique of State Finance State forms, Tax, National debt” Commentator: Kei EHARA [Tokyo University]

Ryuji SASAKI [Rikkyo University] “Production Price and Market Value” Commentator: Kazuo KONISHI [Rikkyo University, Emeritus Professor]

 

Session 2: Mathematical Marxian economics

Building7, 4th floor, Room 7412

Chair: Yuho YAMASHITA [Dokkyo University]

Jun-Ichi SEKINE [Kyusyu Sangyo University] “Production Organization and Market Economy: An Extension of a Model of Consumption Goods” Commentator: Masashi MORIOKA [Ritsumeikan University]

Atsushi TAZOE [Kyoto University] “A study on biased technological changes” Commentator: Akira KANAE [Tsu City College]

Hiroaki IHARA [Keio University Graduate Student] “Wage System, Intensity of Labor and Labor time ? an analysis by n-person working game theory” Commentator: Jun-Ichi SEKINE [Kyusyu Sangyo University]

 

Session 3: Analysis of Japanese Economy

Building7, 4th floor, Room 7412

Chair: Minoru FUJITA [Obirin University]

Ensei IMAMURA[Non-affiliated] “On the Business Condition and Cycle (Wave)” Commentator: To Be Determined.

Takashi OGURI [Komazawa University] “The Retained Earnings and Their Utilization in Japanese Economy” Commentator: Minoru FUJITA [Obirin University]

Norihito SHIMANO [Matsuyama University] “Income distribution, technical change and profit rate dynamics in the Japanese economy-an empirical analysis from the viewpoint of structural change” Commentator: Taro ABE [Nagoya Gakuin University]

 

Session 4: Institutional Approach to Modern Economy

Building7, 4th floor, Room 7410

Chair:Hironori TOHYAMA[Shizuoka University]

Kengo UCHIHASHI [Yokohama National University, Lecturer] “A Development of Endogenous Growth Theory in the Governance Method of Korean Cheboru-An Application of Bowls type “Endogenous Preference” of Korean Cheboru-” Commentator: Yuji HARADA [Setsunan University]

Hiroki YOKOTA [Asahikawa University] “Institutional Regulation Approach on Analysis of Regional Industry” Commentator: Junya TATEMI [Osaka City University]

Masashi MORIOKA [Ritsumeikan University] “Sellers-Buyers Relation as a Basic Element of Economic Systems” Commentator: Makoto NISHIBE[Senshu University]

 

Session 5: Political economics in China [1]

Building7, 3rd floor, Room 7303

Chair:

Wei Xu [Jilin University of Finance and Economics]

 

Qi Hao [Renmin University of China]

Semi-proletarianization two-sector model

Chen Changbing [Chinese Academy of Social Sciences]

 

Session 6: English Session [1] Capitalism and the World Economy

Building 7, 2nd floor, Room7211

Chair: Nobuharu Yokokawa[Musashi University]

Richard Westra[Nagoya University] “Periodizing Capitalism and Capitalist Disintegration”

Bülent Gökay[Keele University, UK] “Tectonic Shifts and Systemic Fault-lines: A Marxist Analysis of the Dynamics of the 2008 Global Economic Crisis”

Klaus-Dieter Block[Diplomökonom, Germany] “Karl Marx on the Movement of Capital on the World Market”

Myles Carroll[York University, Canada] “Crisis and Transformation in Heisei Japan”

Kang-Kook Lee[Ritsumeikan University] “The End of Egalitarian Growth in Korea: Rising Inequality and Stagnant Growth after the 1997 Crisis”

Nobuharu Yokokawa[Musashi University] “How to analyse historical dynamism of Capitalist world system”

 

Session 7: English Session [2] Distribution, Structural Change and Economic Dynamics

Building 7, 3rd floor, Room7304

Chair: Hiroyasu Uemura[Yokohama National University]

Taro Abe[Nagoya Gakuin University] “Egalitarian Policies and Effective Demand: Considering Balance of Payments”

Kazuhiro Kurose[Tohoku University] “The Structure of the Models of Structural Change and Kaldor’s Facts”

Adam Berg[Kyoto University] “Class-Education Circles and Increasing Economic Inequality”

Chen Li[Keio University] “Re-analysis Marx’s growth model under the Dynamic General Equilibrium approach”

 

 

 

October 28 [Saturday] from 13:10 to 15:50
Session8: Understanding Capitalism

Building7, 2nd floor, Room 7202

Chair: Hiroshi ONISHI [Keio University]

Nobuyuki Yoshimura [Shinshu University] “             ” Commentator: Koichiro Azuma [Tokyo Rissho Junior College], Sousuke Morimoto [Momoyama Gakuin University]

Koichiro Azuma [Tokyo Rissho Junior College] “             ” Commentator: Sousuke Morimoto [Momoyama Gakuin University], Nobuyuki Yoshimura [Shinshu University]

Sousuke Morimoto [Momoyama Gakuin University] “             ” Commentator: Koichiro Azuma [Tokyo Rissho Junior College], Nobuyuki Yoshimura [Shinshu University]

 

Session9: Rerated to Earthquake disaster

Building7, 4th floor, Room 7412 Chair: Takehiko IKEGAMI [Rikkyo University]

Hatsuo WATANABE [市民防災研究所] “   Nuclear Accident and Evacuation from Fukushima ”

Kimitoshi SATOH [National Institute of Technology, Nagaoka College] “The Evacuation Program after Refuge from Fukushima and the Right of Evacuation of alleged Chernobyl Law”

Shiro TANAKA [Miyagigakuin Women’s University] “             ” Commentator: Masaki HANDA [Tohoku Gakuin University]

 

Session10: Change of Japanese Economy

Building7, 4th floor, Room 7411 Chair: Masahiro KUDOH [Former Professor of Tokyo University of Technology]

Kenji OGAI [Hokkai Gakuen University] “The Construction of Regional Economic Circulation and The Possibility of Regional Industrial Policy.”

Fujio TSUNASHIMA [Former Professor of Yamagata University] “Reconsideration on Present stage about Region and Agriculture.”

Takao IRIYA [University of Miyazaki]

“Dynamic and Complementing Regional Policy-Regional policy of modern endogenous development-” Commentator: Kazuhide YAHATA [Chuo University], EGAWA Akira [Chuo University]

 

Session11: Rerated to Marx’s Capital (1)

Building7, 4th floor, Room 7410

Chair: Tadasu MATSUO [Ritsumeikan University]

Hiroyuki TAKEI [Non-affiliated] “Lau of Profitrate in Moderun” Commentator: To Be Determined.

Akira UCHIYAMA [Former Professor of Ritsumeikan University] “           ” Commentator: IIDA Kazuto [Meiji University]

Nobumitsu YAO [The International university of Kagoshima, Emeritus Professor] “Research agenda of political economy in the 21st century” Commentator:Kazuo SHIBAGAKI [Tokyo University, Emeritus Professor]

 

Session12: Capital, Labour and Wages

Building7, 4th floor, Room 7409

Chair: Aki ANEHA [Komazawa University]

Yoshihisa NEJIMA [Saitam Fire Bureau] “The Labor Wages of the Fire Fighting Staff” Commentator: To be Determined.

Takashi SATO [Ritsumeikan University] “             ” Commentator: Kenji MORI [Tohoku University]

 

Session13: Political economics in China [2]

Building7, 3rd floor, Room 7303

Yu Bin [Chinese Academy of Social Sciences]

 

Wang Shengsheng [Tsinghua University], Li Bangxi [Tsinghua University]

 

The Cyclical Change or Historical Transcendency

The historical positioning of “One Belt One Road [The Belt and Road Initiative]” from the view point of World-Systems Theory

 

Session14: English Session [3]: Varieties of Capitalism, Social Norms and Regulation

Building 7, 2nd floor, Room7211

Chair: Hiroyasu Uemura[Yokohama National University]

Pascal Petit[University of Paris 13, France] “Towards a Modern Capitalism number 2: Can global capitalism take a sustainable path? ”

Lei Song[Peking University, China] “Business-Government Relations, Mode of Production and the Diversity of East Asian Capitalism”

Hiroyuki Uni[Kyoto University] “John R. Commons’s Criticism of Classical Economics”

Pauline Debanes[EHESS, France] “Government as Both a General and a Limited Partner – Political Economy of the Financialization of Startup Promotion Policies in Korea”

Hironori Tohyama[Shizuoka University],Yuji Harada[Setsunan University], and Hiroyasu Uemura[Yokohama National University] “Varieties of Capitalism and Civic Social Preference: The Régulation Theory and S. Bowles’ The Moral Economy”

 

Session15: English Session [4]: Labour, Value and Money

Building 7, 3rd floor, Room7304

Chair: Makoto Nishibe[Senshu University]

Jie Meng[Fudan University, China], and Jinhua Feng[Shanghai University of Finance and  Economics, China] “The reduction of complex labor and the determination of product value: A theoretical and mathematical analysis”

Niels Albertsen[Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark] “Equivalence, commensurability, value. Three arguments of commensurability in the beginning of Capital and their impact on Marxist [critique of] political economy”

Motohiro Okada[Konan University] “Friedrich von Wieser on Labour”

  1. Saratchand[Satyawati College, University of Delhi, India] “Value, Money and Imperialism”

Makoto Nishibe[Senshu University] “The property of modern money as self-fulfillment of ideas”

 

 

 

October 28 [Saturday] from 16:00 to 16:50

Building8, Room 8303

General Meeting

 

October 28 [Saturday] from 16:50 to 17:10

Building8, Room 8303

The JSPE Prize for Younger Members

 

October 28 [Saturday] from 17:10 to 18:10

The JSPE-Routledge Book Prize

Invited Plenary Lecture

Chair: Tetsuji KAWAMURA [Hosei University]

David HARVEY [The 2016JSPE-Routledge Book Prize winner, Arthur Spiegel Research Professor and Director of the Behavioral Sciences Program at the Santa Fe Institute] “Capital and Totality”

 

October 28 [Saturday] from 18:20 to 20:20

Conference Dinner

at the Hill-Tope78 [4th floor]
 

October 29 [Sunday] from 9:30 to 12:10

 

Session16: Related to Marx’s Capital (2)

Building7, 2nd floor, Room 7202

Chair: Hideaki TANAKA [Shiga University]

Yuta OZAKI [Non-affiliated] “Marx’s Dialectic” Commentator: To be determined.

Kei Ehara [Tokyo University] “Studies on Capital” Commentator: Soichiro SUMIDA [Hitotsubashi University Graduate Student]

Yasuo GOTO [Fukushima University] “Collected Remains of IWATA Hiroshi’s Endeavor for a New Version of “World Capitalism”” Commentator: Hisatoshi GOMI [Rissho University, Emeritus Professor]

 

Session17: Related to Lenin’s Imperialism

Building7, 4th floor, Room 7412

Chair: Masashi MORIOKA [Ritsumeikan University]

Nobuyo GOTO [Fukushima Medical University, Lecturer] “Women’s Emancipation toward Revolutionary Russia: from N. Chernyshevsky to A. Kollontai” Commentator: Takeo HIDAI [Wako University]

Takeo HIDAI [Wako University] “On the N. Bukharin’s Theory of State Capitalism” Commentator: Hiromi OKABE [Hokkaido University]

Hiroshi ONISHI [Keio University] “Change of the World Hegemony from US to China from the Viewpoint of Lenin’s Imperialism” Commentator: Tadasu MATSUO [Ritsumeikan University]

 

Session18: Modern Imperialism

Building7, 4th floor, Room 7411

Chair: Akiko MINOWA [Meijo Uiversity]

Tamiki Hara [Hitotsubashi University Graduate Student] “Political and Economic Significance of Enactment of the Competition Law in the Philippines” Commentator: Sadaharu Oya [Hokkai-Gakuen University]

Tsutomu Shibata [Gifu University] “Financialization of the Economy and Corporate Governance” Commentator: Syun Nagata [Takasaki City University of Economics]

Yasuhito Morihara [Mie University] “Capture of Excess Profit by Providing Solution Services” Commentator: Gen Ninomiya [University of the Ryukyus]

 

Session19: Productive Forces and Relations of Production

Building7, 4th floor, Room 7410

Chair: Takahisa UEMURA [Yamaguchi University]

Yuri SHIOMI [Tokyo University] “The development of productivity on capital accumulation” Commentator: Nobuyuki Yoshimura [Shinshu University]

Masayuki EDAMATSU [Tsuru University, Lecturer] “Consumptive Production of Service and Historical Concept of Productive Labour” Commentator: Kazuo SUZUKI [Hirosaki University]

Takao TAKEUCHI [Non-affiliated] “Corresponding between development of production forces and social relations within the capitalist system” Commentator: Yahiro UNNO [くらし学際研究所]

 

Session20: English Session [5]: Money and Finance

Building 7, 3rd floor, Room7303

Chair:Nobuharu Yokokawa[Musashi University]

Junji Tokunaga[Dokukyo University] “USD-denominated global financial intermediary by European banks and U.S. economy in the 2000s”

Sergio Cámara Izquierdo[Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Azcapotzalco, México] “Fictitious Capital: A Critical Appraisal of Marxism and a Marxian Proposal”

Will Brehm[Waseda Institute for Advanced Study]

“Education’s Big Short: Betting against SLABS, Bubbles, and Human Capital Theory”

Halyna Semenyshyn[University of Kassel, Germany]

“Marginalizing the German Savings Banks through the European Single Market”

Alexander Zevin[City University of New York, USA] “City of London, Empire of Finance: What the Economist can tell us about the political economy of liberalism before after the First World War”

 

Session21: English Session [6]: Political Economy and Socio-economic Policies

Building 7, 3rd floor, Room7304

Chair:Yuji Harada[Setsunan University]

Mark Cohen[Chinese University of Hong Kong, China] “The Brenner Debate and the Rural Origins of Japanese Capitalism”

Chika Miyata[Yokohama National University] “Reconsidering the Relation between Social Norms and the Subject; Contradictory Consciousness in the everyday life of the Poor in the UK”

Kostiantyn Ovsiannikov[University of Tsukuba Doctoral Program in International and Advanced Japanese Studies] “Impact of Financialization on Labor Policies at Japanese Joint-Stock Companies: Case of Nikkei Index 400”

Watcharabon Buddharaksa[Naresuan University, Thailand] “Bonefeld’s Notion of the State and the Debates in Capital and Class”

Benjamin King[Rangsit University, Thailand] “G. A. Cohen’s Normative Turn: Revisited and Defended”

 

Session22: English Session [7]: Developing Economies

Building 7, 2nd floor, Room7211

Chair:Richard Westra[Nagoya University], and Hiroyasu Uemura[Yokohama National University]

Jingjing Meng[Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China] “Technological advancement, economic upgrading and the labor market in China: An analysis based on the provincial-level data”

Soumya Sengupta[Panskura Banamali College, India], and Sugata Sen[Panskura Banamali College, India] “Neo-liberal Globalization and Caste Based Exclusion in India – Nature, Dimension and Policy: A Study through Genetic Algorithm and Bio-informatics”

Prapimphan Chiengkul[Thammasat University, Thailand] “Sustainably Extractive and Creatively Unequal: A Critique of Thailand’s Schizophrenic Capitalist Economy 4.0”

Deepak Kumar[Yokohama National University] “Agrarian crisis and Marx’s theory of rent: a case-study of rural India”

Nura Iro Maaji[Bayero University, Nigeria] “Capitalism and Agriculture in Nigeria: A Study of the Proletarianization of the Peasantry in Kuralocal”.

Imelda M.J.Sianipar[Universitas Kristen Indonesia, Indonesia] “Globalisation, Neoliberalism and Inequality in Indonesia”

Bhola Khan[Yobe State University, Nigeria] “Impact of Subsidy Removal on Oil Production and Revenue in Nigeria”

M.S.H. Sarker[Bangladesh Rural Development Board [BRDB], Bangladesh], and M. Mizanur Rahman Sarker, [Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, Bangladesh] “Regional Level Spatial Modeling of Child Labor in South Asia: Evidence from Bangladesh”

 

 

 

 

October 29 [Sunday] from 13:00 to 17:00

Building8, Room 8303

Plenary Session:

‘Capital’ 150th anniversary ‘Imperialism’ 100th anniversary and the Critique of Capitalism

 

Chair and Organizer:

Koji DAIKOKU [Kyoto University]

Masashi MORIOKA [Ritsumeikan University]

Haruo TAKEUCHI [Aichi University]

Tetsuji KAWAMURA [Hosei University]

Mitsugu YONEDA [Chuo University]

 

Takuyoshi TAKADA [Chuo University, Emeritus Professor] “             ”

Shigeru NITTA [Senshu University] “             ”

Masao WATANABE [Hitotsubashi University, Emeritus Professor] “             ”

Commentator:

Naoki NABESHIMA [Nagoya University]

Yukihko MAEHATA [Obirin University, Emeritus Professor]