Tomoyuki Hashimoto, MA, LL.M., FHEA
Faculty: Business and International Relations
Field of study: International relations; Economy
Specialises in post-socialist transformation, and his current research focuses on the development of financial centres in Central and Eastern Europe and the Baltics. His interdisciplinary approach is based on institutional economics, financial geography, economic analysis of law and international relations. He is Assistant Professor of Economics at the Vistula University, as well as Senior Lecturer and Director of Financial Economics Programme at the ISM University of Management and Economics, Career Integration Fellow of CERGE-EI (Czech Republic), Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (UK), Member of the Royal Geographical Society (UK) and member of British Mensa. He holds the degree of LL.M. (EMLE) from the University of Hamburg and a DPhil in Geography (Financial Geography) from the University of Oxford.
- financial geography;
- centres of the international securities market;
- post-socialist transformation;
- economic analysis of law;
- English school (IR theory).