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Tomoyuki Hashimoto
Short description / mini CV: 

Tom Hashimoto specialises in post-socialist financial centre development. His foci are financial institutional reforms, collective political will and socio-legal philosophy behind the transition. His most recent book Reviewing EU Accession is due to be published from Brill, Leiden/Boston, and his short commentaries on South-eastern Europe can be found in CE Financial Observer, published by the National Bank of Poland. He is a Lecturer in International Relations and Economics at Vistula University, holds a joint LL.M./MA in Economic Analysis of Law from Rotterdam-Hamburg-SGH, and is a DPhil candidate in Financial Geography at the University of Oxford. He is a Fellow of Higher Education Academy in the United Kingdom.

Research areas:

- Financial centre development;

- Transition economics;

- Jurisprudence;

- Financial and economic reform.

Teaching areas:

- Economics;

- International relations;

- Jurisprudence

- Economic and political geography.

 

Publications

Hashimoto, T. (2017). Book review: Reviewing European Union accession unexpected results, spillover effects, and externalities.

Hashimoto, T. (2017). Book review: Reviewing European Union accession unexpected results, spillover effects, and externalities. Leiden: Brill.

Hashimoto, T. & Rhimes, M. Reviewing EU Accession: Spillover Effects, Unexpected Results, and Externalities

Hashimoto, T. & Rhimes, M. (eds.) (forthcoming) Reviewing EU Accession: Spillover Effects, Unexpected Results, and Externalities, Boston/Leiden: Brill.