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本年3月30日に下記編著書が発売されます。

 宝月 誠 監修
 福留和彦・武谷嘉之 編著『共生社会論の展開』晃洋書房
 ¥4,600(税別)、ISBN: 9784771028722
【目次】
 序章 共生社会を目指して ………………………………宝月
 第Ⅰ部 共生社会論の理論的展開
  第一章 共生社会論はどこへ向かうのか……………武谷
  第二章 コミュニタリアニズムと共生社会…………古田
  第三章 愛他と援助:心理学の立場から…………宇津木
  第四章 〈共生社会の経済学〉の理論構想
      ―市場を利用した共生社会の可能性―……福留
 第Ⅱ部 共生社会論の具体的展開
  第五章 共生社会における子育て・子育ち…………井上
  第六書 共生社会と人口減少…………………………藤井
  第七章 手づくりの観光地域づくりと共生社会……野口
  第八章 多文化共生社会への再検討…………………古田

本書は、前著 橘木俊詔編著『共生社会を生きる』に続く論考集です。共生問題や共生概念は当学会の関心とも十分に重なるものと考えます。


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Fukutome,Kazuhiko (福留 和彦)
title: Professor
affiliation: Naragakuen University
section: Faculty of Business
e-mail: fukutome@naragakuen-u.jp
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出版物のご紹介

みなさま
進化経済学会が中心となって企画刊行しているSpringer社のシリーズEvolutionary Economics and Social Complexity Scienceの5冊目として、私の編著書Contemporary Meanings of John R. Commons’s Institutional Economics: An Analysis Using Newly Discovered Manuscriptが、最近刊行されましたのでご紹介します。京都府立図書館で発見された、コモンズの主著『制度経済学』(1934)の1927年版草稿を使用した研究論文集です。下記の執筆者が約3年間の共同研究に基づいて執筆しております。書籍の最後にAppendixとして、新資料の抜粋が掲載されています。この研究成果は3月25、26日京都大学での進化経済学会全国大会でも報告する予定です。
この本の概要を掲載しているSpringer社のサイトは、http://www.springer.com/jp/book/9789811032011です。
宇仁宏幸

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<目次>
宇仁 宏幸 Scope of John R. Commons’s Criticism of the Classical Theory of Value: Progress and Limitations in the 1927 Manuscript
徳丸 夏歌 From Carl Menger to John R. Commons: Human Volition and Value Theory in Institutional Economics
高橋 真悟 The Effect of the Great Depression on the Institutional Economics of John R. Commons
北川 亘太 Two Methods of Institutional Reform in the Institutional Economics of John R. Commons
藤田 菜々子 John R. Commons and Gunnar Myrdal on Institutional Economics: Their Methods of Social Reform
塚本 隆夫 John R. Commons’s Two Evolutionary Models of Capitalism: Industrial Stages and Economic Stages
宇仁 宏幸・中原 隆幸 The Theoretical Connection Between John R. Commons and Regulation and Convention Theories
付録 Excerpts from the 1927 Manuscript: Reasonable Value, A Theory of Volitional Economics by John R. Commons 
Chapter 1 Method
Chapter 8 Scarcity and Efficiency

進化経済学会編書籍シリーズ刊行が始まりました。

進化経済学会編の英文書籍シリーズの刊行が、Springer Japanから始まりました。

http://www.springer.com/series/11930

Evolutionary Economics and Social Complexity Science
Editors-in-chief: Fujimoto, Takahiro, Aruka, Yuji

ISSN: 2198-4204

Evolutionary Economics and Social Complexity Science
Editors-in-chief: Fujimoto, Takahiro, Aruka, Yuji

ISSN: 2198-4204

The Japanese Association for Evolutionary Economics (JAFEE) always has adhered to its original aim of taking an explicit "integrated" approach. This path has been followed steadfastly since the Association’s establishment in 1997 and, as well, since the inauguration of our international journal in 2004. We have deployed an agenda encompassing a contemporary array of subjects including but not limited to: foundations of institutional and evolutionary economics, criticism of mainstream views in the social sciences, knowledge and learning in socio-economic life, development and innovation of technologies, transformation of industrial organizations and economic systems, experimental studies in economics, agent-based modeling of socio-economic systems, evolution of the governance structure of firms and other organizations, comparison of dynamically changing institutions of the world, and policy proposals in the transformational process of economic life. In short, our starting point is an "integrative science" of evolutionary and institutional views. Furthermore, we always endeavor to stay abreast of newly established methods such as agent-based modeling, socio/econo-physics, and network analysis as part of our integrative links.

More fundamentally, "evolution" in social science is interpreted as an essential key word, i.e., an integrative and /or communicative link to understand and re-domain various preceding dichotomies in the sciences: ontological or epistemological, subjective or objective, homogeneous or heterogeneous, natural or artificial, selfish or altruistic, individualistic or collective, rational or irrational, axiomatic or psychological-based, causal nexus or cyclic networked, optimal or adaptive, micro- or macroscopic, deterministic or stochastic, historical or theoretical, mathematical or computational, experimental or empirical, agent-based or socio/econo-physical, institutional or evolutionary, regional or global, and so on. The conventional meanings adhering to various traditional dichotomies may be more or less obsolete, to be replaced with more current ones vis-à-vis contemporary academic trends. Thus we are strongly encouraged to integrate some of the conventional dichotomies.

These attempts are not limited to the field of economic sciences, including management sciences, but also include social science in general. In that way, understanding the social profiles of complex science may then be within our reach. In the meantime, contemporary society appears to be evolving into a newly emerging phase, chiefly characterized by an information and communication technology (ICT) mode of production and a service network system replacing the earlier established factory system with a new one that is suited to actual observations. In the face of these changes we are urgently compelled to explore a set of new properties for a new socio/economic system by implementing new ideas. We thus are keen to look for "integrated principles" common to the above-mentioned dichotomies throughout our serial compilation of publications. We are also encouraged to create a new, broader spectrum for establishing a specific method positively integrated in our own original way.

Editors in Chief

Takahiro Fujimoto (Prof., The Univ. of Tokyo)
Yuji Aruka (Prof., Chuo Univ.)
Editorial Board

Satoshi Sechiyama (Prof. em., Kyoto Univ.)
Yoshinori Shiozawa (Prof. em., Osaka City Univ., Prof., Chuo Univ.)
Kiichiro Yagi (Prof. em., Kyoto Univ., Prof., Setsunan Univ.)
Kazuo Yoshida (Prof. em., Kyoto Univ., Prof., Kyoto Sangyo Univ.)
Hideaki Aoyama (Prof., Kyoto Univ.)
Hiroshi Deguchi (Prof., Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Makoto Nishibe (Prof., Hokkaido Univ.)
Takashi Hashimoto (Prof., Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Masaaki Yoshida (Prof., Sensyu Univ.)
Tamotsu Onozaki (Prof., Rissho Univ.)

英文編著書公刊のお知らせ

進化経済学会会員の浅田統一郎(中央大学経済学部)です。以下の英文編著書が公刊されましたので、お知らせします。研究費で購入するか、所属機関の図書館に入れていただければ、幸いです。

T. Asada (ed.) "The Development of Economics in Japan : From the Inter-war Period to the 2000s" (Routledge, London, 2014, 212 pages)

This book covers the development of economics in Japan from the inter-war period to the 2000s focusing on the international theoretical contributions of Japanese economists before and after World War II. The second focal point is the controversies concerning macroeconomic policies in Japan in the period of the 'Great Depressions' in the 1930s and the period of Japanese 'Great Stagnation' in the 1990s and the 2000s.

In short, economics in Japan is considered from both a theoretical and a policy-oriented point of view. The intimate relationship between economic theory, thought and policy is also fully examined, as well as the development of both academic and non-academic (practical) Japanese economics and the influences of Marx, Walras, Keynes, Fisher and Cassel.

Contents
General Introduction (T. Asada)
Part I. From the Interwar Period to the 1970s
1. The Lost Twenty Years : The Return to the Gold Standard Controversy in Japan, 1919 - 1932 (M. Wakatabe)
2. Prof. Aoyama's Study on Robertson and Keynes in the Interwar Japan in Comparison with My Interpretation : "With or Without" Dynamic General Equilibrium Theory(DGET) (T. Hirai)
3. Japanese Contributions to Dynamic Economic Theories from the 1940s to the 1970s (T. Asada)
Part II. Economics of the Lost Twenty Years in Japan from the 1990s to the 2000s
4. Controversies Regarding Monetary Policy and Deflation in Japan from the early 2000s (A. Noguchi)
5. Is There Any Cultural Difference in Economics? : Keynesianism and Monetarism in Japan (M. Wakatabe)
6. Macrodynamics of Deflationary Depression : A Japanese Perspective (T. Asada)

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