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2004

” May 1st <Attention> To: Mathematics for Economics attendee.
This class will do tests the last two classes instead of a regular test.
For more information, please check the gClass introductionh page
and notice board on our campus.(Japanese Site Only)

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” April 6th << Lectures offered in 2004. >>
The following courses are available this year. Students who want to take some of them, Please check the syllabus and information about lecture registration.
The spring semester starts April 12th, 2004.
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[Macroeconomics] [Macroeconomics I] (spring semester E fall semester)
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[Mathematics for Economics] (Spring semester)
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SeminarIII] (full year)
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[SeminarIV(including dissertation)] (full year)
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” March 2nd <Two seminars are being held at KGU (Kumamoto Gakuen University) in March.>
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The conference about gConstruction of the new analysis frame work of Macroeconomic policyh was held at KGU (Kumamoto Gakuen University) On March 12th and 13th.
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#On March 19th, The institute of Economics and Business invites Prof. Harrison Cheng (University of southern California), to present the results of his research.
More detailed information will be supplied on
Website news of the Institute of Economics and Business Kumamoto Gakuen University.
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” January 16th <The members of Sakagamifs seminar discussed their ideas and opinions with the Mayor of Kumamoto, Kouyama.>
On January 16th, the Mayor Kouyama visited our university to discuss the problems of Kumamoto City. Some of the topics discussed were gOrdinance-designated Cityh and gSmaller class numbers in schoolh. It became white-hot discussion despite the shortage of time. The mayor said, gThe discussion was very interesting and enjoyableh

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