Seminar

今後のセミナー

TitleTBA
Date2019/12/13 16:30〜18:00
PlaceRoom #1312, 11th Building, Waseda Campus, Waseda University
SpeakerKohei Tamura
AffiliationTohoku University
AbstractTBA

TitleTBA
Date2019/11/29 16:30〜18:00
PlaceRoom #1312, 11th Building, Waseda Campus, Waseda University
SpeakerHiromi Matsumae
AffiliationTokai University
AbstractTBA

Title数理的手法による進化人類学
Date2019/11/22 16:30〜18:00
PlaceRoom #1312, 11th Building, Waseda Campus, Waseda University
SpeakerYasuo Ihara
AffiliationUniversity of Tokyo
Abstract人類進化にまつわる諸問題に、数理モデルや計算機シミュレーションを使ってアプローチしている。最近の研究成果から、ヒヒの発情重複、ホモ・サピエンスの島嶼進出、丙午迷信の伝播などについて紹介する。

Title文化要素の0,1データの数理解析
Date2019/11/18 17:00〜18:30
PlaceRoom #1105, 11th Building, Waseda Campus, Waseda University
SpeakerYuichiro Wakano
AffiliationMeiji University
Abstract考古学や民族誌学において得られる、文化要素の在・不在をあらわす0,1データを、集団遺伝学に類似する手法で数理解析する研究が可能となりつつある。人気度スペクトルに着目して行った統計手法の提案と、その結果から推測される文化伝達様式の違いをカヌーの形態を例として論じる。

   
 For almost a decade since 2004, we have been holding a seminar series at least twice a month usually second and fourth Friday afternoons (16:30-18:00). It is called as “Waseda Friday Economics Seminar.” We invited mainly young but sometime established domestic and international researchers of economics and related fields. On rare occasions, we hosted seminars on history, mathematics, and commerce and international laws. Supported by this fund, we will continue and strengthen this seminar series so as to complement this research project.




 At present, we are focusing on business practices and rules on accounting because of its unique features. Accounting rules and bookkeeping procedures is one of the most important and fundamental infrastructures to support market transactions and business activities. It is a clear example of public goods which generates deep and wide-spread spill overs within workplaces, factories, firms, business clusters, industrial sectors, macro economy, and international economies. We held two seminars on accounting empirical research and one on accounting system.





 It is indispensable for us to know real and present situations of business and accounting in developing countries, whether research topics are theoretical or empirical. Of course, some members have to be more familiar with them for future local surveys and possible experiments. In 2012, we held international workshops to prepare for this project. We hosted two lecture series on cooperative game theory and matching theory. Also, we held an open seminar on the present situation of Sri Lankan economy. In 2013, we hosted two lecture series on auction theory and behavioral economics as a kick-off event. Also, we held two open lectures on the business and accounting situations in Mongolia and Bangladesh.