Academic Achievements


#BOOKs

(Single Author)
* Housing and Community Develpment Policy in the United States
Univerisity of Tokyo Press, Tokyo, 2016.
(Chapter in Books)
* "The Hegemonic State in Flux: United States," Chapter 1,
* "Transformation of the Solidarity State: Sweden and Denmark," (co-authored with Hideo Okamoto) Chapter 5,
in Sovereign Debt Crisis and the Welfare State, eds. Mochida, Nobuki and Katsuhito Imai,
Univeristy of Tokyo Press, Tokyo, 2014.
* "Low-income Housing Development Projects: the Role of Nonprofit Organizations and Governments in San Fransisco Bay Area,"
in American-model Welfare State I, eds. Shibuya, Hiroshi and Takashi Nakahama,
Showado Press, Kyoto, 2010.
* "Securing Suitable Living Environment for Low-Income Families in the United States,"
in Proverty and Welfare in America, eds. Shibuya, Hiroshi and Charles Weathers,
Nihon Keizai Hyoron-sha, Tokyo, 2006.
* "Changing to Indirect Intervention, New Perspective in the U.S. Housing Policy,"
in The Restructuring of the Welfare State in Japan and the U.S., eds. Shibuya, Hiroshi, Akira Uchiyama and Toshikazu Tateiwa,
University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo, 2001.
* "A Study of Intergovernmental Fiscal Relations on the U.S. Community Development Policy,"
in The Welfare Finance Systems for the Era of Decentralization, eds. Sakamoto, Chuji, Yatsuka Wada, Hirofumi Itoh and Naohiko Jin'no,
Keibundo, Tokyo, 1999.


#ARTICLEs

* "Esping-Andersen's Wefare Regime Typology: Its Achievements, Limits, and Issues for the Future," NEW!!
in The Kagawa Univerisity Economic Review, Vol. 88, No. 1, Kagawa University, Takamatsu, 2016.
* "Market-oriented Housing and Community Development Policies: Tax Expenditures and Block Grants in the United States," a doctral dissertation, University of Tokyo, 2015.
* "An International Comparative Study of the Fiscal Systems after Global Financial Crisis of 2007-08 and European Sovereign Debt Crisis of 2009-10,"
in The Report of the Sanyo Broadcasting Foundation, No. 59, Okayama, 2015.
* "Some Considerations Regarding Who Benefits from Housing Tax Expenditure in the U.S.,"
in The Kagawa Univerisity Economic Review, Vol. 88, No. 1, Kagawa University, Takamatsu, 2015.
* "The Collapse of the Housing Bubble in the U.S. and the Process of Economic Recovery,"
in The Kagawa Univerisity Economic Review, Vol. 88, No. 1, Kagawa University, Takamatsu, 2015.
* "A Fiscal Science Approach to U.S. Housing and Community Development Policy,"
in The Kagawa Univerisity Economic Review, Vol. 87, No. 3-4, Kagawa University, Takamatsu, 2015.
* "The American Welfare State System in the 21st Century: A Comparative Study of the Fiscal Policies of the Bush and Obama Administrations,"
in The Kagawa University Economic Review, Vol. 85, No. 4, Takamatsu, 2013.
* "Current Trends and Issues in Danish Housing Policy: The Impact of Neo-Liberalism on the Social-Democratic Welfare State,"
in Annals of Economic Studies, No. 51, Kagawa University, Takamatsu, 2012.
* "Characteristics of the Nonprofit Housing Developers in San Francisco Bay Area,"
in The Toshi Mondai (Municipal Problems), Vol. 101, No. 10, The Tokyo Institute for Municipal Research, Tokyo, 2010.
* "Securing Suitable Living Environments and Housing Policy in the United States,"
in The Review of Comparative Social Security Research, Vol. 152, Tokyo, Autumn 2005.
* "Local Government Capacity in Japan: Policy Management Gaps in Central Business District Planning," with Yasuyuki Motoyama,
in Public Administration Review Quarterly, No. 109, the Institute of Administrative Management, Tokyo, March 2005.
* "American Welfare State, American Communities: Housing Policy and Theories of Market and Society,"
in Japan Society of Political Economy, Political Economy Quarterly, Vol. 41, No. 2, Tokyo, July 2004.
Abstract
* "The Reform of the U.S. Housing Policy and Suggestion for Japanese Policy,"
in The Ministry of Construction, Monthly Statistics of Housing Starts, Kensetsu Bukka Chosa-kai, Tokyo, Oct. 1997.
* "Housing Policy of the U.S. Federal Government,"
in Housing Review, Vol. 13, No. 2, Jutaku-Kinyu Fukyu Kyokai, Tokyo, 1997.
* "Lower-Income Housing Policy of the U.S. Federal Government," a master's thesis, University of Tokyo, 1997.
* "The Development and Characteristics of the Semiconductor Industry,"
in Business History Society of Japan ed., Japan Business History Review, Vol. 32, No. 3, Business History Society of Japan, Tokyo, 1997.
Abstract is available from HERE.


#NOTEs

*"The Need to Fortify the Shift to Socialized Child and Nursing Care, as Revealed in the Four-Generation Nuclear Family Model,"
in The Kagawa Univerisity Economic Review, Vol. 87, No. 1-2, Kagawa University, Takamatsu, 2014.
*"Low-Income Housing Development and A Nonprofit Organization in Dallas, Texas,"
in The Kagawa Univerisity Economic Review, Vol. 83, No. 1-2, Kagawa University, Takamatsu, 2010.


# RESEARCH REPORTs

* Local Initiatives and Citizen Participation on Housing and Urban Development Policy: A Comparative Study on Community Building in Japan and the United States,
The Dai-Ichi Housing Research and Advancement Foundation, Tokyo, September, 2005.
* "The Significance of the Reform of Japan's FILP (Fiscal Investment and Loan Program) and the Role of Public Financing Programs: A Case Study of the Housing Finance System in Japan and the United States,"
in Japan Post, Shikoku Branch Office, Research Report on Postal Savings, Matsuyama, 2005.
* "Urban Redevelopment Policy in Shikoku Region,"
in The Prime Minister's Office, "Research on the Conditions and Problems of Regional Development in Shikoku Region," Chiho Mondai Kenkyu, June, 2000.


#WORKING PAPERs

* "Economic Policy of the United States in an Era of Declining Hegemony,"
in The Institute of Economic Research, Working Paper Series, No. 183, Kagawa University, 2013.
* "Current Trends and Issues in Danish Housing Policy: The Impact of Neo-Liberalism on the Social-Democratic Welfare State,"
in The Institute of Economic Research, Working Paper Series, No. 172, Kagawa University, 2011.
* "Characteristics of the Nonprofit Housing Developers in San Francisco Bay Area,"
in The Institute of Economic Research, Working Paper Series, No. 157, Kagawa University, 2010.
* "Low-income Housing Development Projects: the Role of Non-profit Organizations and Governments in San Fransisco Bay Area,"
in The Institute of Economic Research, Working Paper Series, No. 147, Kagawa University, 2009.
* "American Welfare State, American Communities: Housing Policy and Theories of Market and Society,"
in The Institute of Economic Research, Working Paper Series, No. 87, Kagawa University, 2004.
* "City Size and Local Government Capacity in Japan: Policy Management Gaps in Central Business District Planning," with Yasuyuki MOTOYAMA
in The Institute of Economic Research, Working Paper Series, No. 43, Kagawa University, September, 2001.
* "Changing to Indirect Intervention, New Perspective in the U.S. Housing Policy,"
in The Institute of Economic Research, Working Paper Series, No. 37, Kagawa University, March, 2001.
* "Japanese Urban Redevelopment Policy and the Effects of the Revitalization of Inner Cities Law of 1998,"
in The Institute of Economic Research, Working Paper Series, No. 33, Kagawa University, March, 2000.
* "The U.S. Community Development Policy and the Reform of Federal Grants,"
in The Institute of Economic Research, Working Paper Series, No. 28, Kagawa University, 1999.


#PRESENTATIONs

* "Low-income Housing Development Projects and the Role of Non-profit Organizations and Governments: A Case study in San Fransisco Bay Area,"
The 17th Annual Conference of Japan Association of Local Public Finance, at Kansai University, Japan, May 31, 2009.
* MOTOYAMA Yasuyuki and OKADA Tetsutaro, "Local Government Capacity in Japan: Policy Management Gaps in Central Business District Planning,"
The 13th Annual Conference of Japan Association of Local Public Finance, at Osaka University of Economics, Japan, May 26, 2005.
* "Changing to Indirect Intervention, New Perspective in the U.S. Housing Policy,"
The 59th Annual Conference of Japan Institute of Public Finance, at the University of Tokyo, Japan, October 26, 2002.
* "Responding to Japan's New Urban Problem: Law on Improvement and Vitalization of City Centers,"
CJS Spring Colloquium Series, at the Center for Japanese Studies, the University of California, Berkeley, April 26, 2001.
* "Who Takes Responsibility for Urban Redevelopment? The Process of Decentralization in Japan and the U.S.,"
The 8th Annual Bakai, at the Center for Japanese Studies, the University of California, Berkeley, October 25, 2000.
*"Intergovernmental Relations on the U.S. Community Development Policy,"
The 56th Annual Conference of Japan Institute of Public Finance, at Shimane University, Japan, October 23, 1999.


#BOOK REVIEW

*Hideo Okamoto, The Possibility of the Welfare State,
in The Journal of Economics, University of Tokyo, 2007.


#COLUMN

*Special Issue: Walls "A Wall against Working: The Urgent Issue of Fortifying the Shift to Socialized Child and Nursing Care,"
in Re, No. 183, Building Maintenance & Management Center, Tokyo, 2014.


#TRANSLATION

*Gary Dymski and Dorene Isenberg, "Housing Revolution and Social Efficiency of Housing Finance of the U.S."
in SHIBUYA Hiroshi, IMURA Shinya and NAKAHAMA Takashi eds., The Welfare State Systems in Japan and the United States, Nihon Keizai Hyoron sha, 1997.



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OKADA Tetsutaro tetsuta at ec.kagawa-u.ac.jp
Faculty of Economics, Kagawa University