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Department of Japanese History, Faculty of Letters, Keio University
Kiyotaka MAEDA, Ph.D.
Kiyotaka MAEDA
Associate Professor of Modern Japanese History
Department of Japanese History, Faculty of Letters, Keio University

Contact Information
2-15-45 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8345, Japan
E-mail: k-maeda[at]keio.jp


Research Interests
Market History, Financial History, History of Economic Policy, Business History, History of Japanese Colonies

I am researching how local commodity market trends and related policies promoted economic advancement in Japanese colonies, analyzing the relationship between the expansion of colonial trade in pre-war Japan and the quantitative/qualitative transformation of the local commodity markets using salt and rice as examples of essential commodities. To this end, I am surveying and collecting historical materials which exist in Japan as well as in former colonies, attempting a multifaceted approach that includes qualitative analysis using descriptive materials such as letters and handwritten notes as well as quantitative analysis using ledgers and price data.

(http://www.flet.keio.ac.jp/en/faculty/japanese-history/)


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