MIYAKAWA, Akiyoshi

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Name
MIYAKAWA, Akiyoshi
E-mail
amiyakawner.takushoku-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Takushoku University
Section
Faculty of Commerce Department of Accounting
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Ph.D(Hokkaido University), MBA(Hokkaido University), MEc(Hokkaido University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2017
 - 
Today
Professor, Takushoku University Faculty of Commerce Department of Commerce
 
Apr 2008
 - 
Mar 2013
, Associate Professor, Sapporo University Faculty of Economics Department of Economics
 
Sep 2010
 - 
Aug 2011
Visiting Associate Professor, Belk College of Business, University of North Carolina Charlotte
 
2006
 - 
2007
, Lecturer, Sapporo University Faculty of Economics Department of Economics
 

Education

 
 
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2005
Department of Business Administration, Graduate School, Division of Economics, Hokkaido University
 
 
 - 
2002
Department of Business Administration, Graduate School, Division of Economics, Hokkaido University
 
 
 - 
2000
Department of Economics, Graduate School, Division of Economics, Hokkaido University
 
 
 - 
1994
Faculty of Sociology, Hosei University
 

Committee Memberships

 
2007
 - 
2010
, Commission Member of the Entrance Exam
 

Published Papers

 
Reclassification Adjustiments in Fair Value Accounting
MIYAKAWA, Akiyoshi
(32) 79-89   Jul 2018   [Refereed]
The Accounting Agendas in IAS19 (revised 2011)
MIYAKAWA, Akiyoshi
Review of The Economics and Business Administration, Sapporo University   42(2) 13-23   Mar 2012
The Fundamental Concepts of Pension Plan in U.S.
MIYAKAWA, Akiyoshi
The Sapporo University Journal   (33) 87-98   Mar 2012
Changes in the Qualitative Characteristics of Financial Reporting Information
MIYAKAWA, Akiyoshi
Sapporo University Research Institute Journal   (3) 1-14   Mar 2012

Misc

 
The Adjustment of Systematic Concepts,and Its Treatment on Accounting for Pensions
Hokkaidou University
Economic Studies      2002
Dec-2002
The Significance of "Corridor Approach" in Accounting for Pensions
The Japan Society for Social Science of Accounting
Annual Reports of the Japan Society for Social Science of Accounting      2003
May-2003
Difference between Reserves Qualified as Liabilities and Unfunded Accrued Pension Cost in New Accounting for Pensions of Japan
Hokkaidou University
Economic Studies      2003
Sep-2003
The Meaning "Share Options" be recorded in Net Assets Section of the Balance Sheet, Differs from Shareholders' Equity
Sapporo University
Review of the Economic Society      2006
Dec-2006
Examination about the Display Classification of the Treasury Stock for Presentation of "Net Assets" in the Balance Sheet
The Japan Society for Social Science of Accounting
Annual Reports of the Japan Society for Social Science of Accounting      2007
Sep-2007
The Choice of Discount Rate Applied to Measurement of Liabilities in Accounting for Employee Benefits
Sapporo University
Review of the Economic Society      2008
Mar-2008
Shift to the Fair Value Accounting from the Acquisition Cost and Fair Value Coexistence Type Accounting; The Trend of the Accounting Standard for Retirement Benefits in the United States
Review of the Economic Society(Sapporo University)      2009
Mar-2009
The Dawn of Corporate Pension Accounting in U.S.
Review of the Economic Society(Sapporo University)()(Bulletin of Universities and Institutes、Oct-2009)/,   
The Financial Analysis and Disclosure Policy for Single Family Housing Manufacturers in Hokkaido
Research Institute Journal(Sapporo University)()(Bulletin of Universities and Institutes、Mar-2010)/,()(、)/,   

Books etc

 
(Text)New Financial Accounting edited by Y. HAYAKAWA, Chapter1-The Accounting for Held-to-Maturity Securities and Chapter4-The Accounting for Employee benefits
Dobunkan   2005   
The Conservatism and The Current Value Accounting; Improvement of transparency edited by Y. HAYAHAWA, Chapter 6-The Accounting for Pensions and "Corridor Approach"
Dobunkan   2002   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Influence on investment decision making for an international accounting-standards change .