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Waseda University
Faculty of Social Sciences School of Social Sciences
Job title
Doctorat ès Sciences de Gestion(Université de Paris Ⅰ Panthéon-Sorbonne)
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Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Apr 1992
Mar 1994
Assistant Professor, School of Social Sciences, Waseda University
Apr 1994
Mar 1999
Associate Professor, School of Social Sciences, Waseda University
Apr 1999
Professor, School of Social Sciences, Waseda University
Apr 2001
Professor, Graduate School of Social Sciences, Waseda University
Feb 2015
Mar 2015
Professeur Invité, Université Lyon 3 Jean Moulin

Awards & Honors

Best Book Award, Japan Academy of International Business Studies
First Prize, 27th Kawakami Memorial Foundation Prize Essay

Published Papers

Causal structures of turnover intentions: Comparison between Japanese and foreign-owned firms in Japan
Hasegawa, S., Hasegawa, R., & Akiyama.T.
Paper to be presented at EIBA 44th Annual Conference in Poznan, Poznan University of Economics and Business   1-31   Dec 2018   [Refereed]
Comparative Analysis of Turnover Intentions between Japanese and foreign-owned Companies in Japan
Hasegawa, S., Hasegawa, R., & Akiyama, T.
IASS Working Paper Series, Waseda University   2018(E001) 1-31   Sep 2018
Location Choice of Japanese Multinationals in China: Experience, Distance, and Interdependent Behavior in Emerging Market Entry Decisions
Takenouchi, H., Hasegawa, S., Ando, K., & Takenouchi, R.
SASE 30th Annual Conference in Kyoto   1-25   Jun 2018   [Refereed]
Gender differences in Turnover Intention in the Japanese Labor Market: Multi-group SEM Approach
Hasegawa, R., & Hasegawa, S.
SASE 30th Annual Conference in Kyoto   1-40   Jun 2018   [Refereed]
Human Capital in the era of firms' globalization (in Japanese)
Hasegawa, S.
World Economic Review   62(30) 55-66   Feb 2018   [Invited]

Books etc

有斐閣   2002   
同文舘『理論とケースで学ぶ国際ビジネス』   2001   
Theories of International Business
八千代出版   2000   
Firm in the Globalization

Research Grants & Projects

Project Year: 2011 - 2013
Multinationals' subsidiary firm is a member of the network composed by the headquarters and many other foreign subsidiaries which have differentiated resources and capabilities, and at the same time, it can build its unique capability by obtaining...
Project Year: 2006 - 2007
In our research activities, we have implemented both theoretical and field research at home and in foreign countries.In theoretical researches, we have reviewed the internalization and transaction cost theories developed by Buckley and Casson, the...
Project Year: 2002 - 2004
The objective of this research is to clarify the recent trends of inward direct investment in Japan, putting special attention on the process of decision making made by multinational firms, the economic agent actually making investment. This will ...
Project Year: 1997 - 1999
In the last year of the three-year research project, we focused on the Chinese economy and conducted a fieldwork in the shanghai-Suzhou and Shenzhen-Hong Kong areas in July 1999. We visited a number of affiliates of Japanese and other nationalitie...
Project Year: 1997 - 1998
Foreign direct investment in Japan had started to grow in late 1980's. Since then, it experienced ups and downs, but its rapid expansion has occurred in late 1990's. The ratio between inward and outward direct investment has now become comparable ...