Arisawa Collection （Records）
- Materials previously owned by Emeritus Professor Arisawa Hiromi (1896-1988).
- The collection consists of materials from government councils and from the process of designing post-WWII economic policies. Two well-known items are: the “英米合作経済抗戦力調査（其一）” which is an analyses of the US and British military capability from an economic perspective, commissioned by the Imperial Army, and materials on the post-war priority production system.
- Much of this collection has not been organized; materials which have been organized (83 titles, 37 items) are currently made public.
- “英米合作経済抗戦力調査（其一）” is designated a Rare Book.
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- 『資料・戦後日本の経済政策構想（全三巻） (shiryo sengo nihon no keizai seisaku koso. 3vols.)』University of Tokyo Press, 1990.5
※Volume II, with a selection of key items from the Arisawa Collection has been reissued.
- HARA Akira「有澤廣巳 (Arisawa Hiromi)」『近現代日本人物史料情報辞典  (kindai nihon jinbutsu shiryo joho jiten )』Yoshikawa Kobunkan, 2004.7
- AKIMARU Jiro「秋丸機関の顛末 (Akimaru kikan no tenmatsu)」”ECO-FORUM” 16(4), 1998.3
- ARISAWA Hiromi「軍国主義の旗の下で (gunkoku shugi no hata no motode)」”ECO-FORUM” 16(4), 1998.3
- SAITO Nobuyoshi ‘Japanese “Victory Plan” and “The Akimaru Agency”‘ “Shien : The Journal of Historical Studies, Rikkyo University” 60(1), 1999.10
- MAKINO Kuniaki『戦時下の経済学者 (senjika no keizai gakusha)』Chuokoron-Shinsha, 2010.6
- Foreign language books within this collection are made public as the “Arisawa Collection (Books)“.
- Of note, intrinsically associated with the Rare Book designated “英米合作経済抗戦力調査（其一）” are the Akimaru Materials and various reports on military capability analyses.
- From his collection, books in Japanese are held by the library of the Institute of Japanese Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
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