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List of Kwansei Gakuin University people

People associated with Kwansei Gakuin University.

Faculty

Nobel laureates

  • Reona Esaki (PhD 1959 Tokyo) – Physics (1973), Visiting Professor (1978–1982)

Japan Academy members

Imperial Prize and Japan Academy Prize winners

  • Mataji Miyamoto- Economic History (1971), Professor (Business Administration)

Japan Academy Prize winners

Non-winning members

  • Tsuneo Hori (PhD) – Economic History (1966), President (1955–1966), Dean (Economics, 1954–1955), Lecturer (1934–)

Alumni/ae

Academia

Japan Academy Prize winners

  • Manabu Yunoki (B.A. 1953, M.A. 1956, PhD 1959) – Economic History (1982)
  • Akihiro Amano (PhD 1966 Osaka, 1963 Rochester) – Councilor, Central Council on the Environment, Dean (Policy Studies), Professor
  • Kazuo Hiramatsu – Chapter Executive Director, Institute of Management Accountant, Councilor, Council on Corporate Accounting (2001–2007), Member, Inspecting and Examining Committee on Certified Public Accountants (2004–2007), President (2002–)

Government, law, and politics

Ministers and Directors General

Councillors

Representatives

Business

Entertainment

Athletics and sports

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