This page is about the AESJ .
The Agricultural Economics Society of Japan (AESJ) was established in 1924 for the purpose of fostering academic research and development in the field of Agricultural Economics, and promoting sound ruraldevelopment and agricultural industry in Japan. The AESJ has one of the longest histories of the many social science-related organizations that exist in Japan today.
The AESJ publishes the Japanese-language quarterly research bulletin, Nogyo Keizai Kenkyu (e.g., Journal of Rural Economics). Presently, the series has reached Volume more than 80. Since 1999, the AESJ additionally publishes The Japanese Journal of Rural Economics in English for the purpose of disseminating academic work pertaining to Japanese agriculture world-wide.
President: Dr. Masayoshi Honnma (Tokyo University)
Vice-Presidents: Dr. Kiyohide Morita (Nihon University), Dr. Osamu Saito (Chiba University), Dr. Tatsuro Suehara (Kyoto University), and Dr. Shunsuke Yanagimura (Hokkaido University)
The total membership of the AESJ is now about 1,600. Regular members total approximately 1,100 persons, while undergraduate and graduate student members number around 500 persons.
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