Economic development in the context of globalization
As globalization proceeds apace, it is becoming impossible to ignore the impact that individual countries' policies have on other countries. Consequently, in an increasingly large number of cases, it is necessary to coordinate multiple countries' interests when pursuing economic development in developing nations. For example, in light of the fact that the industrialization of developing nations drives up greenhouse gas emissions, it may be possible to propose cooperative approaches that yield benefits to all involved countries, for example by pursuing industrialization while having developed nations that are obligated to lower their greenhouse gas emissions assist in the deployment of low-emissions technologies through a system known as the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM). I'm looking forward to providing an opportunity to discuss and propose more desirable policies through lectures and seminars in development economics.