Our seminar focusses on the intersection of international economics and data science. Put simply, we analyze issues of international economics using data analysis.
- International Economics: The economic interaction of countries and the effect of international issues in world economic activities.
- Business Data Science: Examine the changes in the variables, investigate the relationship between them, and identify the causal relationships.
Below are the two textbooks we reference. We also utilize R programming.
Learning the theory in the main seminar lessons to build a good foundation and form your own opinion.
Group discussions with seminar members and helping each other at sub-seminars.
Using theories and statistical tools to analyze specific data to support your arguments. We use R programming.
- Spring Semester: Wednesday 5th and 6th period
- Fall Semester: Wednesday 4th and 5th period
- Sub-seminar sessions are decided by students.
Workshops and in-zemis with other universities and seminars are also scheduled.
Previous in-zemis and workshops include:
- Hitotsubashi University (Sugita Seminar)
- University of Tokyo (Furusawa Seminar)
- Kyoto University (Jinji Seminar)
- Keio University (Kimura Seminar and Sasahara Seminar)
This year (2023) inzemi schedule:
- Jinji Seminar
- Sugita Seminar and Furusawa Seminar
- Sasahara Seminar