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Research at Tokyo College

2022.01.05
HANEDA Masashi

You may have noticed that an interesting new batch of information was recently uploaded to the Tokyo College website. At the top of our homepage on the second row, there are links to several pages beginning with “About u…

letters from cities #01: what is “dense”?

2021.12.23

Recently, I relocated to Tokyo and found myself nesting in Mejirodai (目白台), an old neighborhood located in Bunkyō-ku (文京区) within Tokyo’s 23 special wards. Being a Tokyoite newbie playing an urbanist role, wandering arou…

On Life and Living: Looking Back on 2021

2021.12.15
TERADA Yuki

Looking back on 2021, I recall that at the beginning of the year, when celebrity Asako Ito was asked about her goal the coming year, she answered “to live”—her reply resonated deeply with viewers and became a trending to…

New Member Interview: Postdoctoral Fellow TSAI Hung Yin

2021.12.10
Tokyo College Blog

In this blog series, we interview new members of Tokyo College. For this entry, we spoke with Dr. TSAI Hung Yin, a Postdoctoral Fellow who joined us this past September. Welcome to Tokyo College! Could you tell us a litt…

New Member Interview: Postdoctoral Fellow Dada DOCOT

2021.11.26
Tokyo College Blog

In this blog series, we interview new members of Tokyo College. For this entry, we spoke with Dr. Dada DOCOT, a Postdoctoral Fellow who joined us this past August.  Welcome to Tokyo College! Could you tell us a little bi…

New Member Interview: Postdoctoral Fellow Evan DONAHUE

2021.11.26
Tokyo College Blog

In this blog series, we interview new members of Tokyo College. For this entry, we spoke with Dr. Evan DONAHUE, a Postdoctoral Fellow who joined us this past August.  Welcome to Tokyo College! Could you tell us a little …

Should low tax countries learn to love a minimum tax rate?

2021.11.02
assis.prof and proj.researcher

Shafik Hebous* and Michael Keen** Securing agreement on the idea of a common minimum effective corporate tax rate was hard; but agreeing on a number for that minimum was excruciatingly difficult. And the choice seems set…

Everyone is a Scientist

2021.08.21
Maria TELEGINA

Did you know that anyone can identify distant galaxies? Would you like to teach Mars rovers how to classify terrain? Or maybe help zoologists find out more about animal behavior or linguists understand more about differe…


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