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    DIJ Business & Economics Study Group

    The DIJ Business and Economics Study Group is an informal forum for scholars and Ph.D. candidates working in the field of business and economics studies. Speakers are asked to give a 45 min presentation, which is followed by a discussion session. Presentations are usually given in English.

    If you are interested in presenting, please contact the Study Group organizer:

    Markus Heckel


    May 15, 2001
    Labor management in China

    Tomō Marukawa, Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo

    April 2, 2001
    Perspectives on corporate reorganisation

    Jocelyn Probert, University of Cambridge

    January 22, 2001
    The DaimlerChrysler-Mitsubishi Alliance, Any Lessons from the Ford-Mazda Case?

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


    November 2, 2000
    Internet and its impact on subcontracting relationships

    Friederike Bosse, German Institute for Japanese Studies

    October 2, 2000
    The Debate on Monetary Policy: Can and Should a Central Bank Do Structural Policy?

    Martin Schulz (Senior Economist, Fujitsu Research Institute)

    August 7, 2000
    Current Trends in Japan's Pension Industry: Their Impact on Corporate Governance and Stakeholder Relations

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

    July 3, 2000
    Prospects and Limits of Industrial Policy in East Asia in the Age of Globalization

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

    June 5, 2000
    Growing M&A Activities and their Impact on Japan's Corporate System

    Jörg Raupach-Sumiya, German Institute for Japanese Studies