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Economics Associate Professor Maruyama wins Bookkeeping Prize

Associate Professor Yoshihisa Maruyama (Faculty of Economics) won the 2014 Prize of The Japan Boki Association on August 30, 2014.

The prize recognized how, Associate Professor Maruyama, co-author of The Role of Bookkeeping in Growth of the Agricultural Industry—Analysis and Recommendations by Agricultural Model (Chuokeizai-sha, inc.), has contributed to the spread of bookkeeping and growth of related research. Eleven other authors also helped write the prize-winning book, including editing by Professor Ryusuke Toda of Kanagawa University.