Professor Shin Kubo

Subject: Economics

Department/institution: Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan


Research interests:

Shin Kubo is a Professor at the School of Economics, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan. His research interests are in the history of economics in general and in the bilateral process between economics and society at large over time. He will be engaged in two specific research projects during his Visiting Fellowship; one on the institutionalisation of economics at the universities in 19th-century England and the other on economic discourses and debates at ILO in the interwar period.

Select publications:

  • Shin Kubo (2015) Political Economy at Mid-Nineteenth-Century Cambridge: Reform, Free Trade and the Figure of Ricardo, The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought 22(5): 872-895
  • Shin Kubo (2014) D. Stewart and J. R. McCulloch: Economic Methodology and the Making of Orthodoxy, Cambridge Journal of Economics 38(4): 925-943
  • Shin Kubo (2013) George Pryme, Dugald Stewart, and Political Economy at Cambridge, History of Political Economy 45(1): 61-97.