Joji Nakaya

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Name
Joji Nakaya
Affiliation
Kindai University
Section
Faculty of Business Administration Department of Career Management
Job title
Professor
Degree
M. A.(Kyoto UNiversity), Ph. D.(Osaka University)
Other affiliation
National Institute of Public Administration at National Personnel AuthorityJapan Society for Business Ethics

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
Joji Nakaya
Asian Journal of Business Ethics   4(1) 1-13   May 2015   [Refereed]
In recent years, social media such as Twitter, Facebook and LINE has become common in the lives of the people in Asian countries. In this paper, we will examine ethical challenges related to social media from a perspective of normative theories.
A study of ethical education for public officers
Joji Nakaya
(22) 33-45   Jan 2015   [Refereed]
"Ethical Challenge of Social Media"
Joji Nakaya
Proceedings of the 5th World Business Ethics Forum, CD-ROM   1-22   Dec 2014   [Refereed]
“Why Kyosei is the paradigm of Japanese CSR? ”
Proceedings of the 4th World Business Ethics Forum, CD-ROM      Dec 2012   [Refereed]
『公益ビジネス研究報告書』
4 28-33   Mar 2010
Thinking Corporate Social Responsibility from Ethical Standpoints
Joji Nakaya
Proceedings of the 6th World Business Ethics Forum, CD-ROM      Dec 2016   [Refereed]
The lack of a clear definition of CSR provides an excuse for irresponsible managers to avoid behaving responsibly. Finally, CSR is too imprecise for outsiders to accurately judge if companies are really acting responsibly.

Books etc

 
Multidisciplinary Social Networks Research: Second International Conference, MISNC 2015, Matsuyama, Japan, September 1-3, 2015. Proceedings
Joji Nakaya (Part:Contributor, Regulations of Using SNS for Minors)
Springer   Aug 2015   ISBN:978-3662483183
“Indian Economic Development and Business-Emerging Issues and Outlook”
New Century Publications   2005   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
The Development of an Ethical Mind - A Case Study of Public Officers in Japan
Joji Nakaya
The 7th World Business Ethics Forum   3 Dec 2018   The World Busines Ethics Forum
How Do We Stop Long Working Hours?
Joji Nakaya
8 Jun 2018   International Association of Business and Society
Thinking Corporate Social Responsibility from Ethical Standpoints
Joji Nakaya
The 6th World Business Ethics Forum   13 Dec 2016   World Business Ethics Forum
The purpose of this paper is to look at issues related to problems that arise from the lack of precision in our definition of CSR and what is expected from corporations wanting to be socially responsible.
Regulations of using SNS for Minors
Joji Nakaya
The 2nd Multidisciplinary International Social Networks Conference   1 Sep 2015   The Multidisciplinary International Social Networks Conference
We can impose regulation against minors to use social media, for they have no right to do what is wrong. In order to protect children from the problems of social media, various approaches have to be employed by the adults. And regulation of social...
Business Usage of Social Media in Japan and North America
William Sodeman, Joji Nakaya, Hiroki Idota
Society for Business Ethics   7 Aug 2015   Society for Business Ethics
"Ethical Challenge of Social Media"
Joji Nakaya
The 5th World Business Ethics Forum: Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability   9 Dec 2014   The World Busines Ethics Forum
In recent years, social media such as Twitter, Facebook and LINE has become common in the lives of the people in Asian countries. In this paper, we will examine ethical challenges related to social media from a perspective of normative theories.
...
The Case Study of Using Social Media by a Hawaiian Tourism Company
Joji Nakaya
9 Nov 2014   
Ethical Issues in Social Media in Japan (2)
Joji Nakaya, Hiroki Idota
The 4th Academic Meeting of Ethical Issues in Social Media   Aug 2014   
Ethical Issues in Social Media in Japan
Joji Nakaya, Hiroki Idota
The 3rd Academic Meeting of Ethical Issues in Social Media   Feb 2014   
“Ethical Issues in the e-Economy: The Case of Japan”
The Committee on Business Ethics of the General Society of Philosophy in Germany   1 Nov 2001   The Committee on Business Ethics of the General Society of Philosophy in Germany
“Developing Moral Imagination and “the Multi-layered Stakeholder Relationship””
The Conference on Moral Imagination,   10 May 2003   The Conference on Moral Imagination,
“Toward the Better CSR; from Imperfect Duty to Perfect Duty”
The European Business Ethics Network, Research Conference, Closing The Gap Between Corporate Princi   21 Jun 2003   The European Business Ethics Network
“What is Kyosei?: Looking for a New Paradigm to Business Ethics”
The annual meeting of the Society for Business Ethics,   1 Aug 2003   Society for Business Ethics,
“Codes of Conduct and Employment System of Japanese Multinational Corporations”
The International Conference Voluntary Codes of Conduct for Multinational Corporations: Promise and   1 Jun 2005   The International Conference Voluntary Codes of Conduct for Multinational Corporations: Promise and
“The business ethics education at Japanese corporations: Ethical and cultural considerations”
Korea academy of business ethics conference,   15 Mar 2007   Korea academy of business ethics conference,
“The business ethics education at Japanese manufacturing corporations”
10th International Institute of Industrial and Manufacturing Culture Conference,   17 Oct 2008   International Institute of Industrial and Manufacturing Culture Conference,
“Why Kyosei is the paradigm of Japanese CSR? ”
The 4th World Business Ethics Forum,   18 Dec 2012   The World Business Ethics Forum,