Profile

YOKOI Katsuhiko

Professor, School of Commerce,
Meiji University

SDGs theme

Research fields:
International comparisons of industrial history and the history of technology transfer

Research themes:

Economic history of the British Empire, the history of the armaments industry in India and military assistance
[Keywords] Arms transfer, the armaments industry, the industrial-military-research complex

Main books and papers:
◆“Reisen-henyo-ki no kokusai-kaihatsu-enjo to Asia — 1960 nendai o tou —” (International Development Aid during the Cold War Transition Period and Asia — Questioning the 1960s —) (Co-author, 2017)
◆“Koku-ki-sangyo to koku-senryoku no sekai-teki tenkai” (Global Evolution of the Aircraft Industry and Military Air Power) (Editor, 2016)
Transformation of the International Order of Asia: Decolonization, the Cold War, and the Colombo Plan (Co-author, 2014)
◆“Korombo-plan— Sengo-Asia-kokusai-chitsujo no keisei —” (The Colombo Plan — Formation of the Post-War International Order in Asia —) (Co-author, 2014)
◆“Gunshuku to buki-iten no sekai-shi — Gunshuku-ka no gunkaku wa naze okitanoka —” (World History of Disarmament and Arms Transfer — Why Military Expansion Occurred under Disarmament —) (Editor, 2014)
◆“Authored by D. R. Headrick, “Invisible Weapon — Denshin to joho no sekai-shi 1851-1945 —” (The Invisible Weapon: Telecommunications and International Politics 1851-1945) (Translation co-supervisor, 2013)
◆“Gunkaku to buki-iten no sekai-shi — Heiki wa naze yoi-ni hiromattano-ka —” (World History of Military Expansion and Arms Transfer — Why Weapons Have Been Easily Proliferated —) (Co-editor, 2012)