Institute of Economic Research,Research Division of Theories in Economics and Statistics
GOTOH Reiko
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Books

1.Social Bonds as Freedom(co-authored and co-edited)
Berghahn Books 2015
ISBN 978-1-78238-693-3Link
2.Against Injustice? The New Economics of Amartya Sen(co-authored and co-edited)
Cambridge University Press pp.1-317 2009
ISBN 978-0521899598Link

Paper

1.Can we draw a “realistic utopia” toward publicly reciprocal welfare state? - A comparison of welfare programs between Japan and USA
Social Work and Society International Online Journal Vol.16,No.2,pp.1-11 2018 Academic journal
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2.Securing Basic Well-being for All(jointly worked)
Review of Social Economy Vol.76,No.4,pp.422-452 2018 Academic journal
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3.What political liberalism and the welfare state left behind: chance and gratitude(jointly worked)
Capability Promoting Policies Enhancing individual and social development pp.23-41 2017 Book
ISBN 1447334310doi
4.What Japan has left behind in the course of establishing a Welfare State
Proto Sociology Vol.32 2015 Academic journal
Link
5.Capability Approach to the Equality of Differences and the Problem of Adaptive Preference—Focusing on Individual Positionality and Individuality
Koji Nakatogawa, Lydia de Tienda Palop, Yousuke Mitsuke, Yohei Fukayama, eds.,Discussing Capabilities, Emotions and Values: A Cross-Cultural Perspective, Group in Logic 2015 Book
6.Arrow, Rawls and Sen: The Transformation of Political Economics and the Idea of Liberalism
P. Dumouchel and Gotoh R. (eds.), Social Bonds as Freedom, Berghahn Books pp.259-284 2015 Book
ISBN 978-1-78238-693-3
7.The Equality of Differences---Sen's critique of Rawls' theory of justice and its implication for Welfare Economics ---
History of Economic Ideas Vol.XXII 2014 Academic journal
ISSN 1122-8792
8.Justice as Reciprocity Reexamined in the context of Catastrophe
Ritsumeikan Studies in Language and Culture Vol.24,No.4,pp.33-42 2013 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 09157816CiNii
9.Justice and Public Reciprocity
Gotoh R. and P. Dumouchel (eds.) Against Injustice? The New Economics of Amartya Sen, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press pp.140-160 2010 Book
ISBN 9780521182614
10.Introduction? Amartya Sen's alternative economics: a new methodology of theory of justice--(jointly worked)
Gotoh R. and P. Dumouchel (eds.) Against Injustice?The New Economics of Amartya Sen, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press pp.1-35 2010 Book
ISBN 9780521182614
11.Extended Social Ordering Functions for Rationalizing Fair Games a la Rawls(jointly worked)
International Journal of Economic Theory Vol.1,No.1,pp.21-42 2005 Academic journal
12.Well-Being Freedom and The Possibility of Public-Provision Unit in Global Context
Ethics and Economics Vol.2,pp.1-17 2004 Academic journal
13.A Class of fair Distribution Rules a la Rawls and Sen(jointly worked)
Economic Theory Vol.22,No.1,pp.63-88 2003 Academic journal
ISSN 0938-2259doi
14.The Capability Theory and Welfare Reform
Pacific Economic Review Vol.6,No.2,pp.211-222 2001 Academic journal
ISSN 1468-0106
15.A Coherent Goals-Rights System in the Light of Political Liberalism
Ritsumeikan Studies in Language and Culture Vol.28,No.1,pp.171-182 2016 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
CiNii
16. Arrow and Sen -Forming of Social Choice Theory and Its Critical Extension-
Vol.394,pp.30-40 2019 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 0287-7007Link
17.On Romantic Values of Freedom: Democracy and Death
Vol.67,No.2,pp.147-163 2016 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
18.Re-Conceptualization of the Capability Approach -Opportunity, Autonomy and Identity-
The Economic Review Vol.65,No.4,pp.318-331 2014 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
19.The Equality of the Differences -Sen's Critique of Rawls' Theory of Justice and Its Implications for Welfare Economics-(jointly worked)
The Economic Review Vol.65,No.2,pp.140-155 2014 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
20.Modern Theories of Justice and A Thought of Help
Vol.24,No.4,pp.103-109 2013 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 09157816CiNii
21.On the Possibility of the Capability Approach as Normative Science
Vol.15,No.3,pp.54-57 2012 Academic journal
ISSN 1344-3348CiNii
22.Because it is needed, not as a reward or compensation: a justification of the unconditionality and sufficiency of public assistance
Vol.7,pp.24-40 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 13493337CiNii
23.On the identification and exercise of rights: a comment on Professor Suzumura's "efficiency, equity and social respect for individual rights"
pp.29-36 2009 Other
ISSN 03872890CiNii
24.Economics of Amartya Sen: near but far distance from new classical economics
Vol.18,pp.19-34 2009 Academic journal
ISSN 13451901CiNii
25.Social choice in multicultural societies
Vol.19,No.4,pp.107-116 2008 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 09157816CiNii
26.Methodological inquiry into arguments on inequality: justice and economic thinking
Vol.8,pp.9-33 2008 Academic journal
ISSN 13460552CiNii
27.Social choice problem in capability approach: is social evaluation aiming "to secure the basic capability for all" possible?
Vol.43,No.1,pp.15-26 2007 Academic journal
ISSN 03873064CiNii
28.Towards Realizing "the Real Freedom for All" : Methodological Perspective of Rawls' Difference Principle and Sen's Capability Theory
Vol.43,No.4,pp.41-54 2007 Academic journal
ISSN 18825184CiNii
29.Normative Foundation of the "Basic Income" Policy -Towards Welfare Economics of Welfare States-(jointly worked)
The Economic Review Vol.55,No.3,pp.230-244 2004 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
30.Special Issue: Toward Normative Discussions on the Welfare State--Introduction
Vol.38,No.2,pp.100-104 2002 Academic journal
ISSN 03873064CiNii
31.Amartya K. Sen's Economics and Ethics -A New Perspective on Welfare Economics-(jointly worked)
The Economic Review Vol.52,No.3,pp.220-230 2001 Academic journal
ISSNHERMES-IR
32.Freedom and Needs--A Normative-Economic Analysis of the Precept of Need
Vol.36,No.1,pp.38-55 2000 Academic journal
ISSN 03873064CiNii

Translation

1.Utilitarianism and Beyond(editor-in-chief)
Minerva Shobo Publishers 2019
ISBN 9784623086092Link
2.Rationality and Freedom(book one)(editor-in-chief)
2014
ISBN 9784326102396Link
3.Rationality and Freedom (book two)(editor-in-chief)
2014
ISBN 978-4326102402Link
4.Against Injustice? A New Economics of Amartya Sen(editor-in-chief)
pp.1-310 2011
ISBN 9784771022713Link
5.Van Parijs, P. Real Freedom for All: What (If Anything) is Wrong with Capitalism(Translation)
2009
ISBN 978-4-326-10192-4Link
6.Social Welfare Functionals and Interpersonal Comparability(Translation)
pp.527-621 2006 Book
ISBN 978-4621075289
7.When Markets Fail: Social Welfare in Canada and the United States(Translation)
pp.185-223 2003 Book

Other

1.Local justice/global justice/intergenerational justice
Vol.22,No.1,pp.107-123 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 09157816CiNii
2.Challenging issues of public assistance in Japan
Vol.59,No.1,pp.18-24 2009 Academic journal
ISSN 02881810CiNii
3.Hypothesizing actors' fabrication under concurrent norms in international and domestic society(jointly worked)
Vol.17,No.1,pp.116-138 2009 Academic journal
ISSN 09194851CiNii
4.On Rawlsian Idea of Plural Democracy in A Theory of Justice -Comparative Analysis with Amartya Sen's Two conceptions of Freedom-
Vol.115,No.6,pp.86-102 1996 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
HERMES-IR
5.On Modeling Rawlsian Difference Principle by Weighting Common Sense Precepts
Vol.112,No.6,pp.155-174 1994 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
HERMES-IR

Oral Presentation

NOName of subject/Conference NameYearSite
1.Social Progress? In search of ethics and economics for advanced technological age(Conference on Individual Beings, Societies and States)
2020.01Warsaw, Poland
2.Publicness and Democracy(2019 Human Development and Capability Association Conference)
2019.09London, UK
3.Formulation of Public Reciprocity as a 'Realistic Utopia'(Asian Conference on the Philosophy of the Social Sciences)
2019.06Nankai University, Tianjin, China.
4.Can We Form a `Realistic Utopia' toward Publicly Reciprocal Welfare State?("the 4th Policy Forum of Hitotsubashi University in 30th Fiscal Year of Heisei" Social Progress for What (Whom)?-Reconstruction of the Welfare State-)
2018.11Hitotsubashi Hall
5.State compensation for atomic bomb sufferers and call for the total abolishment of nuclear weapons(the 3rd World Social Science Forum(WSSF))
2018.09Kyushu University
6.Independence in daily living of individuals- formulation with positional objectivity and empirical analysis(2018 Cambridge Capability Conference)
2018.06Cambridge
7.The non-identity problem and the social choice procedure -revisit to the intergenerational equity-(The 14th Social Choice and Welfare Conference)
2018.06Seoul
8.Can we draw a `realistic utopia' toward publicly reciprocal welfare state? -A comparison of welfare programs between Japan and USA-(International Conference on Ambivalences of the Rising Welfare Service State – Hopes and Hazards of Fundamentally Realigning the Architecture of Welfare Modernity)
2018.05Bielefeld University, Hannover, Germany
9.The Non-Identity problem and the social choice procedure based on asymmetrical relationships(The 7th Asia-Pacific Conference on Philosophy of Science)
2017.12National Chung Cheng University, Chia -Yi of Taiwan
10.Organized by Reiko Gotoh, The Health Gap: The Challenge of an Unequal World(The Health Gap: The Challenge of an Unequal World (Professor Sir Michael MARMOT Seminar))
2017.11
11.Co-organized of Microeconomic Theory Session(HSI2017-3rd Hitotsubashi Summer Institute)
2017.07-2017.08Hitotsubashi University
12.Individual capability set -empirically estimated from patients’ experiences-(12th World Congress in Health Economics Revolutions in The Economics of Health Systems)
2017.07Boston, Massachusetts, USA
13.Individual capability set -empirically estimated from patients’ experiences-(2017 International Health Conference)
2017.07St Hugh’s College, Oxford, U.K.
14.Economic Philosophy of Amartya Sen - Social choice as public reasoning and capability approach(International Workshop 2017, Economis thought of Cambridge, Oxford, LSE and the Transformation of the Welfare State)
2017.03Nice, France
15.Social Choice as Public Reasoning –Positionality and Individuality(International Conference 2016, Inequality and Catastrophe: Justice and Reciprocity)
2017.01Ritsumeikan University
16.Co-organized by Reiko Gotoh, Daisuke Hirata, Norio Takeoka and Takashi Ui(Hitotsubashi Decision Theory Workshop/HIAS Seminar/Economic Theory Workshop)
2016.11
17.Co-organized by Reiko Gotoh, Daisuke Hirata, Norio Takeoka and Takashi Ui(Hitotsubashi Decision Theory Workshop/HIAS Seminar/Economic Theory Workshop)
2016.11Hitotsubashi University
18.Comment for Professor Amartya Sen’s Keynote Lecture: “On specification and Measurement”(14th Conference of Human Development and Capability Association)
2016.09Hitotsubashi University
19.Presidential Address by Ravi Kanbur, “Citizenship, Migration and Opportunity” (Chair)(14th Conference of Human Development and Capability Association)
2016.09Hitotsubashi University
20.Capability and Diversity in a Global Society(14th Conference of Human Development and Capability Association (Chair, Program Committee and Local Organizer))
2016.08-2016.09Hitotsubashi University
21.Crossing Logic and Ethics of Market System--The Capability Approach with Amartya Sen’s Social Choice and Welfare Economics-(JSPS Special Seminar for “International Collaboration for Formulating Trans-Positional Capability Index” (Chair, Program Committee and Speaker))
2016.08Hitotsubashi University
22.Welfare State for Trans-Positional Rootless Wanderers(International Conference 2015, Inequality and Catastrophe: Justice and Reciprocity)
2016.03Ritsumeikan University
23.Modeling the C apability Approach to Health Service Evaluation: Theory and Evidence((WEAI) 12th International Conference)
2016.01Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
24.What Political Liberalism & the Welfare State Left Behind(2015 HDCA conference)
2015.09Washington, D.C, USA
25.Gratitude and A Moment of Cooperation --What Political Liberalism and the Welfare State Left Behind--(Silent Slow Moving Catastrophes Conference)
2015.03Ritsumeikan University
26.What Political Liberalism and the Welfare State Left Behind: Equality of Difference and Public Reciprocity(Welfare Economics and the Welfare State in Historical Perspective)
2015.03Hitotsubashi University
27.How to measure the shortage of individual's capabilities respecting the difference of individuality and subjectivity in their choice and evaluations(2014 HDCA conference)
2014.09Athens (Greece)
28.Equality of Capabilities—How should We Identify the Boundary of an Individual's Capability?--(14th SAET Conference on Current Trends in Economics)
2014.08Waseda University
29.Equality of Capabilities—How should We Identify the Boundary of an Individual's—Capability(Social Choice and Welfare Society)
2014.06Boston College
30.Risk as a Viewpoint and Public Reciprocity(Justice, Responsibility and Risk)
2014.03Ritsumeikan University
31.Comment on 'Welfare and the Social Contract' by Professor Allan Gibbard(Welfare Economics and the Welfare State in Historical Perspective)
2014.03Hitotsubashi University
32.The Equality of Differences? Reinterpretation of "the Veil of Ignorance" and its Implication on the Welfare State(Economic Thought of Cambridge and LSE, and the Foundations of the Welfare State)
2013.03
33.Operational formulation of Capability Approach? Consumption as Production?(WEAI conference)
2013.03Keio University
34.Catastrophe and Public Reciprocity(The 8th international conference "Catastrophe and Justice")
2012.03Ritsumeikan University
35.Basic Capability for All(Hitotsubashi G-COE Conference Series of Choice, Games and Welfare:Equality and Welfare)
2012.03Hitotsubashi University
36.Indeterminacy of Democracy(The 7th International Conference "Democracy and Globalization" (Co-organized by Paul Dumouchel and Reiko Gotoh))
2011.01Ritsumeikan University
37.Basic Capability, Work Incentive and Public Reciprocity(Workshop on the Quality of Life Conceptual issues and measurement)
2006.06UCR (University of California Riverside)
38.Capability Approach to Matured Market Society --Welfare Reform in Japan--(The 5th Conference of Human Development & Capability Association in Paris)
2005.09
39.Understanding Sen's Idea of a Coherent Goals-Rights System in the Light of Political Liberalism(4th International Conference on the Capability Approach: Enhancing Human Security)
2004.09University of Pabia
40.The Possibility of Public-Provision Unit in Global Context--- Towards "Social Contract" based on Reciprocity ---(Social Choice & Welfare Society)
2004.07Osaka University
41.Towards International Equity a la Rawls and Sen: Ideal Social Contract based on Open Impartiality(Symposium on International Generational Equity)
2004.02Graduate School of International Corporate Strategy, Hitotsubashi University

Scientific Research Funds Results

NOResearch subjectResearch itemYear
1.Implementation of Well-Being Transportation System and Construction of Research Analysis Program Based on the Capability Approach
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Scientific Research (A)2019-2023
2.Formulating the Idea of Capability-based Justice based on Trans-disciplinary Perspectives
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challenging Exploratory Research2018-2020
3.Preliminary Study on the Development of Multi-Dimendsional Indexes for Individual Opportunity Sets Using the Capability Approach
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Scientific Research (A)2014-2017
4.Internatioal Collaboration for Formulating Trans-Positional Capability Index
Link
JSPS Program for Advansing Strategic International Networks to Accelerate the Circulation of Talented Researchers 2014-2016
5.Modeling a Clinical Application of the Capability Approach to Public Policies-Toward Constructing Well-being Economics-
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Scientific Research (C)2011-2013
6.A Conception of Global Welfare System based on the Formulation of Capability Approach
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Scientific Research (B)2004-2007
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Scientific Research (C)2005
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