Areas of study

Economic Theory

Students study economic growth, finance, game theory, and behavioral economics and other topics with a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of economic theory.

Public Policy

Students study a variety of public policy topics including environment economics, industrial economics, labor economics, and fiscal policy. This provides students with the ability to propose policies appropriate for today’s economic environment.

Political Economy

Students study various aspects of the modern economy by situating specific economic phenomena, such as the Tohoku regional economy, within a temporal and spatial expanse.