Keiichi Kubota

Keiichi Kubota

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Keiichi Kubota is Professor of Finance at the Graduate School of Strategic Management, Chuo University in Tokyo and Visiting Professor at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, also in Tokyo. He previously was Professor in the Department of Finance, Faculty of Economics, at Musashi University in Tokyo and was also Visiting Professor at HEC, Paris.

Keiichi’s research and publications have focused on empirical tests of asset pricing models, business cycles and asset returns, financial microstructure study, corporate taxation, accounting disclosure policies, and management accounting and strategies.

Keiichi holds a Ph.D. in economics from Osaka University, an M.S. in finance from Carnegie Mellon University, an M.A. in economics from the University of Tokyo, and a B.A. in accounting from the International Christian University in Tokyo.

Education

Ph.D., Economics, Osaka University, 1997
M.S., Finance, Graduate School of Industrial Administration, Carnegie Mellon University, 1976
M.A., Economics, Graduate School of Economics, University of Tokyo, 1973
B.A., Accounting, International Christian University, Tokyo, 1971

Areas of expertise

Recent news, presentations, and publications

Japanese translation of Robert S. Kaplan and S. R. Anderson, Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing: A Simpler and more Profitable Path to Higher Profits, Harvard University Press, 266 pages, from McGraw-Hill Education. September 2008

Kettei-Ban Corporate Finance ( in Japanese), 262 pages November 2006, Toyokeizai Shinpousha

Yoku-Wakaru Finance (in Japanese),346 pages March 2000, Toyokeizai Shinpousha

Modern Portfolio Theory and its Applications (coeditor), 226 pages, Center for Academic Societies, Osaka, March 1996

Options and Futures (in Japanese), 192 pages, April 1988, Toyokeizai Shinpousha

Portfolio Theory (in Japanese), 216 pages.  March 1981, Nihon Keizai Hyouronsha

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