KASAI Takato
Faculty of Economics Department of Economics
Associate Professor
Last Updated :2021/10/24

Researcher Profile and Settings

Other affiliation

  • 同志社大学創造経済研究センター, 嘱託研究員

Profile and Settings

  • Profile

    Assistant Professor, Faculty of Economics, Dosisha University

Research Interests

  • Happiness
  • Gender
  • Work Life Balance
  • Social Economics
  • Welfare State
  • Complex Society
  • Karl Polanyi

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences/Economic doctrines and thought
  • Humanities & social sciences/Economic doctrines and thought

Academic Degrees

  • Ph.D
  • 博士(経済学), 同志社大学

Association Memberships

  • Association for Evolutionary Economics
  • THE JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT

Published Papers

  • Measures to promote the use of female workers' abilities and corporate performance : analysis of small and medium-sized firms in Osaka Prefecture
    Kawaguchi Akira, Kasai Takato
    Doshisha University policy & management, Doshisha University, 15(1)85 - 97, Sep. 2013, Japanese
  • A Criticism of “Nineteenth-century Civilization” and “Double Movement” by Karl Polanyi: Economic Liberalism and Social Policy
    Takato KASAI
    Doshisha Economic Review, 65(1)321 - 349, Jul. 2013, Japanese, Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution)

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Effects of Paid and Unpaid Overtime Work on Stress, Earnings, and Happiness.
    Takato KASAI
    Comparative Study on Happiness in Paris, Oct. 2014, English, Oral presentation (general), École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS)
  • Happiness in History of Economics: Inquiry into a New Measurement of Happiness
    Takato KASAI
    International Society for Utilitarian Studies XIII, 21 Aug. 2014, English, Oral presentation (general)
  • Do Workaholics Live a Happy Life?: Comparison of Japan, US and France
    Akira KAWAGUCHI, Takato KASAI
    Comparative Study on Happiness, 25 Feb. 2014, English, Oral presentation (general), Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan