(Last updated : 2017-08-12 22:49:14)
  KAIZOJI, Taisei
   Professor
   Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1. 1999/12
Degree Acquisition
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Doctor of Arts and Sciences
2. 1982/04~1986/03 Waseda University, Graduated,
■ Professional Background
1. 2017/04~ Manager(Dean), Dean of Graduate School, International Christian University
2. 2013/12~2014/02 the Universitat Jaume I of Castellón, Economics Department, Spain, Visiting Professor
3. 2011/04~2013/03 JDS Program Coordinator, International Christian University
4. 2010/04~2012/03 Chair, Dept. of Economics and Business, International Christian University
5. 2007/08~2008/08 ETH Zurich, Department of Management, Technology and Economics, Switzerland, Visting Professor
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■ Present Specialized Fields
Economic theory, Money/ Finance, Social systems engineering/ Safety system 
■ Main Course Titles
Economics, Econophysics
■ Books and Articles
1. Book Market Bubble and Crash, in Rama Cont (ed.) Encyclopedia of Quantitative Finance (Collaboration) 2010/04 Link
2. Book The Complex Networks of Economic Interactions: Essays in Agent-Based Economics and Econophysics (Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems) (Collaboration) 2005/12
3. Article Analysis of Market Trend Regimes for March 2011, USDJPY Exchange Rate Tick Data (Collaboration) 2016 Link
4. Article Power Law Distributions for Share Price and Financial Indicators: Analysis at the Regional Level (Collaboration) 2016 Link
5. Article Why does the power law for stock price hold? (Collaboration) 2016 Link
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■ Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2015/11/27 Why does power law for share price hold? (Econophyiscs 2015)
2. 2013/06/30 Bubbles and Crashes: Modeling from the point of view of statistical physics (The Econophysics Colloquium 2013 and the Asia Pacific Econophysics Conference)
3. 2012/07/24 Lessons from Global Financial Crises in 2000s (Seminar in Ministry of Finance in Vietnam)
4. 2010/11/05 Power Laws and Financial Crises (Econophysics Colloquium 2010)
5. 2009/03/01 Concentration and Collapse in Markets: A Mechanism Leading From Bubbles To Crashes (APFA 7- Application of Physics in Financial Analysis)
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■ Academic Society Memberships
1. 1997~ The Society for Computational Economics
2. 2006~ The Society for Economic Sciences with Heterogeneous Interacting Agents
■ Research Topics, Funded Research, and Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
1.   Study on gap in performance among among individual enterprises  (Key Word : )
2. 2008/04~2011/03  Study on mechanisms of bubbles and crashes in asset markets  (Key Word : )