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Independent Research Projects for PEARL students

AY 2021 Research Outcomes

The following research outcomes are published in order of the final oral presentation. The school years of the students are as of AY 2021.

  1. A Multidisciplinary Contextual Exploration of Musical Meaning in Film Scores — A New Paradigm of Interpretation
    Moeka Yashima (PEARL 3rd year) / Supervisor: Professor Akira Ishii

Thesis 1 Summary PDF

  1. Chinese Cuisine in Modernizing Japan, c. 1859-1937: A Culinary History of Diffusion, Adaptation, and Domestication
    Hanfei Dai (PEARL 4th year) / Supervisor: Professor Tatsuya Mitsuda

Thesis 2 Summary PDF

  1. Did the Slope of the Phillips Curve Actually Become Flat in the U.S.? A Bayesian DSGE Approach
    Anna Billing (PEARL 4th year) / Supervisor: Professor Yasuo Hirose

Thesis 3 Summary PDF

  1. Disasters and Multiculturalism: What Disasters Reveal About the Obstacles for Foreign Residents in Japan
    Jiaying Yun and Niki Watanabe (PEARL 4th year) / Supervisor: Professor John J. Ertl

Thesis 4 Summary PDF

  1. Disasters and Multiculturalism: What Disasters Reveal About the Obstacles for Foreign Residents in Japan
    Niki Watanabe and Jiaying Yun (PEARL 4th year) / Supervisor: Professor John J. Ertl

Thesis 5 Summary PDF

  1. Estimating the Treatment Effect of Go To Travel Campaign
    Kota Kikuchi (PEARL 3rd year) / Supervisor: Professor Daisuke Nagakura

Thesis 6 Summary PDF

  1. Exploring the Possibility of Independent “Local Currencies” in Japan – For the stimulation of the Japanese local economies –
    Akane Gonda (PEARL 3rd year) / Supervisor: Professor Yasunori Fujita

Thesis 7 Summary PDF

  1. An Evaluation of Digital Music Streaming and Its Role as a Platform in the Music Industry – Achieving Financial Sustainability of Artists and Creators –
    Anna Matsubara (PEARL 3rd year) / Supervisor: Professor Akira Ishii

Thesis 8 Summary PDF

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