HIROYAMA Kensuke

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Name
HIROYAMA Kensuke
Affiliation
Konan University
Section
Faculty of Business Administration, Department of Business Administration
Job title
Professor of Business History
Degree
(BLANK)

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1982
Graduate School, Division of Economics, Osaka University
 
 
 - 
1977
Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Osaka University
 

Misc

 
The Role of the company sponsored funeral from the view point of Business History
Konan Business Review   41(1・2) 81-107   2000
The Retreat from Diversification and the Desire for Specialization in Konoike
JAPAN BUSINESS HISTORY REVIEW   15(1)    1980
The Entrepreneurship of the House of Konoike during the second haf of the Meiji Era and the Taisho Era (1897-1925), #1-#3
OSAKA ECONOMIC PAPERS (OSAKA JOURNAL OF ECOMICS)   29(1)    1979
1979-1980
The Subjects of studying the Financial History in Kansai Erea
OSAKA ECONOMIC PAPERS (OSAKA JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS)   36(1-2)    1987
The Retreat from Diversification and the Desire for Specialization in Konoike ; Late Meiji to Early Showa
JAPANESE YEARBOOK ON BUSINESS HISTORY      1984

Books etc

 
Financial Revolution and B(]J1104[)nking B(]E88C1[)siness
1986   
History of Japan's Rice Market
1989   
Documents on the Salt Manufacturing in AKO vol1-vol5
1990   
1990-1992
The Historical Chart of the House of Konoike
1991   
The Business of the Family of Kounoike in the Early Meiji Era.
KONAN, BUSINESS REVIEW   1993   

Works

 
The Member of the organizing comittee of the 4th Series of Fuji international Conference on Business History
1988 - 1992
The Member of the Editorial Board of the History of City Congress in Nagasaki
1988 - 1997

Research Grants & Projects

 
Business History of the Kounoike
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 1980 - 2006
Firm Museum in Business-Anthropological Perspective.
Cooperative Research
Project Year: 1982 - 2005
Business-ritual in Business-Anthropology
Cooperative Research
Project Year: 2000 - 2002
Cross-cultural study of Business Administration between UK and Japan, especially in the field of self manufacturing
Project Year: 1997 - 2005
Feasibility Study of Japanese and European companies in their counter countries.