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Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien

DIJ Business & Economics Study Group

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.

2016

26. Juli 2016
The Employees’ View on Cross-Border M&As in Japan: What do Employees Need to Speak in Favor of an Acquisition?

Kai Oliver Thiele, Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien


19. Juli 2016
Corporate Governance Regulation by Comply-or-Explain as Seen from Soft Law and Self Regulation

Michael Pfeifer, Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien


23. März 2016
An Introduction to Socio- and Econo-Physics - with an Application to the Japanese Economy

Juergen Mimkes, Paderborn University, Physics Department


17. Februar 2016
The Business Judgment Rule in Japan and its Reception

Jesco Lindner, Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien


3. Februar 2016
Health and Home Ownership: Findings for the Case of Japan

Matthias Helble and Toshiaki Aizawa, Asian Development Bank Institute


15. Januar 2016
Exploring the Effects of Transportation and Energy Infrastructure on Subjective Well-Being

Kong Joo Shin, Kyushu University


2015

18. Dezember 2015
On the Importance of Being Fair -Antecedents and Consequences of Organizational Justice-

Vyara Radulova, Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien


6. Oktober 2015
Changes of Female’s Life Satisfaction and Happiness before and after Marriage and Childbirth

Risa Hagiwara, Faculty of economics, Meikai University


15. Juni 2015
The Employees' View on Cross-Border M&As in Japan: What do Employees Need to Speak in Favor of an Acquisition?

Kai Oliver Thiele, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany / Kobe University, Japan)


5. Juni 2015
Hiring Fresh Graduates for Tokyo: Objectives and Obstacles of the Overseas Recruitment Activities of Japanese Companies

Hendrik Meyer-Ohle, National University of Singapore / Harald Conrad, University of Sheffield


27. Mai 2015
What is the Problem with Economic Stagnation?

Johannes Hirata, Osnabrück University of Applied Science


22. Mai 2015
Does the Expectation of Having to Look after Parents in the Future Affect Current Fertility?

Kei Sataka, Ritsumeikan University, Graduate School of Economics


2014

10. Juni 2014
The Physical and Social Determinants of Mortality in the 3.11 Tsunami

Yasuyuki Sawada, University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Economics


21. Mai 2014
A Report on Life and Health in Japan after the Great East Japan Earthquake

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


14. April 2014
Global Performance Reviews and the Challenge of Multiple Role Expectations and Firm Strategic Objectives: Lessons from Japan

N. Sue Bruning, I.H. Asper School of Business, University of Manitoba


3. März 2014
Fighting the Imbalance - Policy Holder Protection in Japanese Insurance Law - A Comparative Study

Köksal Sahin, Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien


2013

18. November 2013
The Properties and Effects of Collectivism and Individualism in Japan: Two Perspectives from Cultural Psychology

Yuji Ogihara / Shintaro Fukushima


29. Juli 2013
‘Creating a Pleasant Life’ – Mujirushi Ryōhin and Lifestyle-Consumption in Japan since the 1980s

Christiane Rühle, Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien


22. April 2013
Valley of Institutional Change: Japanese Political Economy 1990-2005

Sota Kato, International University of Japan; The Tokyo Foundation


25. Februar 2013
Political Economy of Japan’s Consumer Finance: A long-term perspective

Adrienne Sala, EHESS (Paris)


4. Februar 2013
Japan's 'Hidden Champions' in the Age of Turbulence: Staying Ahead Through Focus and Globalization?

Stefan Lippert, Temple University, Japan Campus


2012

26. November 2012
Designing Supply Chains for Overseas Markets: The Case of Korean Steel Maker POSCO in Japan

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


14. Mai 2012
A Japanese Perspective on Unforeseeable Economic Trends: “Heterogeneous Economic Entities” Increase Their Influence

Hirohiko Okumura, Gakushuin University


17. April 2012
Assessing the Japanese Stabilization Policy since the 1990s

Gudrun Franzen, Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien


12. März 2012
Female Managers’ Career Development in Japanese Companies

Kuniko Ishiguro, Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo


30. Januar 2012
Leadership Succession at Foreign Subsidiaries in Japan

Fabian Jintae Froese, Korea University


2011

12. Dezember 2011
Diffusion of Self-Gift Consumer Behavior in Interdependent Cultures: The Case of ‘jibun e no gohoubi’ [Self-Reward] Consumption Practice in Japan

Satoko Suzuki, Kyoto University, Graduate School of Management


3. Oktober 2011
Japanese Women Working for Domestic Companies versus for Foreign Subsidiaries: Career Opportunities and Beyond

Markus Pudelko, University of Tübingen


13. Juni 2011
Geeky-Girly Innovation: A Japanese Subculturist’s Guide to Technology and Design

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


23. Mai 2011
Putting the ji in ji-bīru: Policy, Deregulation and Entrepreneurship in the Japanese Microbrewery Industry

Jesper Edman, Stockholm School of Economics


14. Februar 2011
How was"iyashi" (healing) Commercialized and Institutionalized in Japan?: The Dynamic Interaction of Media Discourse and Marketing Behaviors

Takeshi Matsui, Hitotsubashi University


2010

22. November 2010
Your Eyes are Lifeless! Manga in the social construction of a gendered hierarchy of employment relations in the Japanese firm

Peter Matanle, University of Sheffield


26. Juli 2010
Lifestyle changes in Japanese women

Ana María Goy Yamamoto, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid


24. Mai 2010
Job Embeddedness in Japanese Companies

Vesa Peltokorpi, HEC School of Management


15. März 2010
University-Industry Collaboration from a Social-Anthropological Perspective – Hidden Dynamics in Japan

Nozomi Enomoto, Tokyo University of Science


15. Februar 2010
Science-based clusters in Germany and Japan – Just old wine in new skins?

Per Larsen, Goethe-University, Frankfurt


18. Januar 2010
The Japanese Model in Transition

Sebastien Lechevalier, EHESS, Paris


2009

30. November 2009
Japan's Electricity Deregulation: Prices, Profits, Productivity and the "Reform Idea"

Paul J. Scalise, Temple University Japan


16. November 2009
Japan - Open Society, Closed Market? The internationalization of the Japanese economy and the crisis of 2008-09

Stefan Lippert, Temple University Japan


19. Oktober 2009
Corporate systems of continued employment and their contribution to an age-free labour market

Alexander P. Witzke, Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien


16. März 2009
"Absorptive Capacity" Revisited: Cases from Cross-Border Knowledge Transfer within Japanese Multinationals

Toshikazu Takahashi, PhD Candidate at Rikkyo University, Tokyo


3. Februar 2009
Firm Selection and the Evolution of Market Structure: Evidence from the Japanese Motorcycle Industry

Masatoshi Kato, Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo


2008

18. November 2008
Financing young high tech companies in Japan: The role of Japanese venture capital managers

Nikolaus Raupp, Deutsches Institut für Japanstudien


25. August 2008
Japanese Human Resource Management: Moving towards US-Style Practices?

Markus Pudelko, University of Edinburgh Management School


16. Juni 2008
The impact of expatriate personality traits on cross-cultural adjustment: A study with expatriates in Japan

Vesa Peltokorpi, HEC School of Management, Paris


19. Mai 2008
Mergers in Japanese Company Law

Deniz Guenal, Universität zu Köln and Chuo University


24. April 2008
ドイツ経営経済学におけるナレッジマネジメント論の展開 (Die Entwicklung des Diskurses zum Wissensmanagement in der deutschen Betriebswirtschaftslehre)

榊原研互(慶應義塾大学・商学部・教授)


17. März 2008
Between Economics and Philosophy – Eastern and Western Approaches to Knowledge in the Economy and Their Possible Synthesis

Silja Graupe, Universität zu Köln and Hitotsubashi University


4. Februar 2008
Marketing Knowledge Management – The Example of German Companies in Japan

Jeannette Wilhelmy, PhD Candidate, University of Marburg


29. Januar 2008
ライン河上流のバイオ・クラスターにおけるガバナンス構造 (The Governance Structure of Biotechnology Clusters in the Upper Rhine)

Yasuharu Tanzawa, Professor, Chuo University