TAKAOKA Nobyuki

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Name
TAKAOKA Nobyuki
Affiliation
Wakayama University
Section
Faculty of Economics
Degree
BA(Economics)(Wakayama University), MA(Economics)(Wakayama University), Ph.D.(Administration)(Nagoya University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2013
 - 
Today
Professor, Faculty of Economics, Wakayama University
 
Oct 2015
 - 
Mar 2016
Visiting Fellow, School of Accounting, Finance and Economics,, University of Wollongong,
 
Apr 2007
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Mar 2013
Associate professor, Faculty of Economics, Wakayama University
 
Apr 2006
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Mar 2007
Assistant professor, Faculty of Economics, Wakayama University
 
Apr 2000
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Mar 2006
Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Nagasaki University,
 
Apr 1998
 - 
Mar 2000
Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, Nagasaki University,
 

Published Papers

 
Corporate social responsibility performance of small and medium enterprises in regional Japan:
De Zoysa, Anura and Takaoka, Nobyuki
Social Responsibility Journal   e-journal version https://www.emeraldinsight.com   May 2019   [Refereed]

Misc

 
The Meta-contextual Structure of Corporate Environmentalism
Organizational Science   30(1) 54-67   1996
The Network of Rating Agency on Business Behavior
The Annals of the Japan Association for Research on Business Administrative Behavior   (6) 58-64   1997
The Integrating Viewpoint for EMS
The Annals of the Japan Society of Business Administration   (67)    1997
The Composition and Development of Debates on Environmentally Conscious Business and Management
The Reintroduction to Management Studies   14, 234-52    2002
The Corporation Viewand Its Logic Stracture of a Stakeholder Model
The Economic Science   49(4), 99-119    2002

Association Memberships

 
 

Works

 
Reflections on Business and Society
2001

Research Grants & Projects

 
Theorization of the business style of value-led Companies
Reflections on Business and Society
Comparison of Non-profit organizations with corporations in terms of organizing principles