DIJ Business & Economics Study Group

 

Organisator: Kazue Haga (haga@dijtokyo.org) / Tim Tiefenbach (tiefenbach@dijtokyo.org)

Die DIJ Business & Economics Study Group versteht sich als Forum für Doktoranden und Doktorandinnen aus den Bereichen Betriebs- und Volkswirtschaftslehre. Jeweils an einem festzulegenden Montag im Monat werden laufende Forschungsarbeiten in einem ca. 45 minütigen Vortrag präsentiert, über den dann anschließend diskutiert wird.

10.06.2014:
Yasuyuki Sawada, University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Economics

The Physical and Social Determinants of Mortality in the 3.11 Tsunami

 
21.05.2014:
Hiroshi Yoshida, Tohoku University; International Research Institute of Disaster Science

A Report on Life and Health in Japan after the Great East Japan Earthquake

 
 
22.04.2013:
Sota Kato, International University of Japan; The Tokyo Foundation

Valley of Institutional Change: Japanese Political Economy 1990-2005

26.11.2012:
Sungwoo Byun, Graduate School of Economics, The University of Tokyo

Designing Supply Chains for Overseas Markets: The Case of Korean Steel Maker POSCO in Japan

 
12.03.2012:
Kuniko Ishiguro, Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo

Female Managers’ Career Development in Japanese Companies

 
30.01.2012:
Fabian Jintae Froese, Korea University

Leadership Succession at Foreign Subsidiaries in Japan

 
13.06.2011:
Morinosuke Kawaguchi, Arthur D. Little (Japan) Inc.

Geeky-Girly Innovation: A Japanese Subculturist’s Guide to Technology and Design

 
26.07.2010:
Ana María Goy Yamamoto, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Lifestyle changes in Japanese women

 
24.05.2010:
Vesa Peltokorpi, HEC School of Management

Job Embeddedness in Japanese Companies

 
15.02.2010:
Per Larsen, Goethe-University, Frankfurt

Science-based clusters in Germany and Japan – Just old wine in new skins?

 
18.01.2010:
Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS, Paris

The Japanese Model in Transition

 
16.03.2009:
Toshikazu Takahashi, PhD Candidate at Rikkyo University, Tokyo

"Absorptive Capacity" Revisited: Cases from Cross-Border Knowledge Transfer within Japanese Multinationals

 
25.08.2008:
Markus Pudelko, University of Edinburgh Management School

Japanese Human Resource Management: Moving towards US-Style Practices?

 
19.05.2008:
Deniz Guenal, Universität zu Köln and Chuo University

Mergers in Japanese Company Law

 
04.02.2008:
Jeannette Wilhelmy, PhD Candidate, University of Marburg

Marketing Knowledge Management – The Example of German Companies in Japan

 
12.11.2007:
Michael Prieler, Ph.D., Visiting Researcher, German Institute for Japanese Studies

Foreigners Sell: The Case of Japanese TV Commercials

 
 
29.05.2007:
Ralf Bebenroth, Research Institute for Economics & Business Administration, Kobe University

Circumstances for staffing expatriates to Japan-based foreign MNC affiliates

 
23.04.2007:
Raina König, Universität Hohenheim and Hitotsubashi University

Standardization and modularization in automotive electronics – a comparison of German and Japanese activities

 
12.03.2007:
Roman Bartnik, Visiting Research Fellow, Graduate School of Economics of Hitotsubashi University

Controlling Foreign R&D Subsidiaries: Empirical Evidence on Japanese Multinationals

 
29.01.2007:
Florian Kohlbacher, Visiting Researcher, Hitotsubashi University

The Japanese Way of Knowledge-Based Marketing

03.07.2006:
Miriam Wilhelm, Institute of Management, Free University Berlin and ISS, Tokyo University

Cooperation and Competition in the Automotive Industry - Comparing German and Japanese Supplier Management

 
27.06.2006:
Jörg Mahlich, Austrian Federal Economic Chamber- Economic Policy Department

Determinants of investment in Japan- the role of keiretsu

 
15.05.2006:
Steffen David, Doctoral Student, Institute for East Asian Studies, University of Duisburg-Essen

Good-Bye Japan? Market Withdrawals 1999-2005. Reasons, Barriers, and Company-Specific Factors

 
20.02.2006:
Dr. Mechthild Schrooten, Professor, Hitotsubashi University

Japan - high growth rates, stagnation and recovery

28.09.2005:
Seiko Arai, Dr. Phil student, Said Business School, University of Oxford

Internationalization of the Innovation and R&D Management of Japanese and European Multinationals

 
11.07.2005:
Nobuya Fukugawa, Graduate School of Commerce, Hitotsubashi University

University-Industry Collaboration in Japan

 
23.05.2005:
Mark Tilton, Associate Professor, Purdue University

Japan's Tougher New Antimonopoly Law: Why It Passed and How It Will Change Japan

 
11.04.2005:
Ryoko Asai, Ph.D. Candidate, Meiji University

The Sense of Working for Women

 
14.02.2005:
Rene W. Kaeppeli, Ph.D. Candidate, Rikkyo University

The Examination of Business Performance Factors in West-European Subsidiaries in Japan

06.12.2004:
Dr.-Ing. Robert Alexander Goehlich, Keio University, Department of System Design Engineering

Ticket Price Strategy for Space Tourism

 
09.08.2004:
Anne Sey, Department for Business Studies, Faculty for Economics at the University of Amsterdam

Selfregulation, Rotation and Kaizen. Japanese Teamwork Restudied

 
06.07.2004:
Sed Saad , Doctor of Sciences Candidate in Telecommunication at Waseda University, Visiting Researcher at Ewha W. University (Korea)

Telecom Industry vs. Car industry? Who owns the customer?

 
17.11.2003:
Mark Manger, Ph.D. Candidate, University of British Columbia

Japan's FTA Strategy in Context: Multinational Firm Strategy and the Global Move to Free Trade Agreements

 
30.06.2003:
Andreas Nabor, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWA)

Stock Exchange Competition in Asia: Tokyo’s role as a financial center

 
15.07.2002:
Professor Dr. Teri Jane Ursacki, University of Calgary

Gaijin in the Boardroom: Change and Continuity in Japanese Boards of Directors, 1983- 2001

 
25.03.2002:
Helmut Demes, Gerhard Mercator University Duisburg

From High School to Work:Recent Changes in the Transition Process

 
28.01.2002:
Jeffrey L. Funk, Kobe University

The Greater Success of the Japanese Mobile Internet

19.11.2001:
Johannes Moenius, Northwestern University / University of Tokyo

The Effect of Technical Standards on Trade-Flows: Why is Japan different?

 
20.09.2001:
Kawashima Yasuko, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba

Global Climate Policy: The Role of Japan

 
20.09.2001:
Detlef F. Sprinz, PIK- Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

Global Climate Policy: Will Bonn Save Kyoto?

 
04.06.2001:
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Müller, Berlin School of Economics (FHW) and Global Information and Telecommunication Institute, Waseda University, Tokyo

Liberalization of Telecom markets in Western Europe and Japan: A Comparison of Business Strategies

 
15.05.2001:
Tomō Marukawa, Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo

Labor management in China

 
02.04.2001:
Jocelyn Probert, University of Cambridge

Perspectives on corporate reorganisation

 
22.01.2001:
Daniel A. Heller, PhD Degree Student in Business and Market Studies, The University of Tokyo, Faculty of Economics

The DaimlerChrysler-Mitsubishi Alliance, Any Lessons from the Ford-Mazda Case?

 
02.10.2000:
Martin Schulz (Senior Economist, Fujitsu Research Institute)

The Debate on Monetary Policy: Can and Should a Central Bank Do Structural Policy?

 
07.08.2000:
Johann Heidinger, Ph.D. candidate / Visiting Researcher at the Faculty of Economics, Tokyo University

Current Trends in Japan's Pension Industry: Their Impact on Corporate Governance and Stakeholder Relations

 
03.07.2000:
Tim Goydke, Ph.D. candidate / Visiting Researcher at the Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University

Prospects and Limits of Industrial Policy in East Asia in the Age of Globalization