HIDAKA Takeshi

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HIDAKA Takeshi
Kindai University
Faculty of Humanity-Oriented Science and Engineering Department of Management and Business

Research Interests


Research Areas



Faculty of Economics, Keio University

Published Papers

An Attempt of Muti-level Management System of the Coastal Area based on Network Governance
HIDAKA Takeshi
Journal of Coastal Zone Studies   31(3) 29-40   Dec 2018   [Refereed]


Some problems on the Multiple use of Coastal Zone of Hakata Bay
Japanese Journal of Fisheries Economics   42(1) 1-27   1997
Outline and Appreciation of the Direct Fish Market from the Place of Production in Large Cities : a Case Study of Fukuoka City
Journal of Regional Fisheries   37(3)    1997
Coastal zone Management and Public Function of Coastal Fisheries in Large Cities : Case Study of Fukuoka City
Bulletin of Fukuoka Prefectural Fisheries and Marine Technology Research Center   (5)    1996
A Study on the Evaluation and Problems of Tourist Fisheries in Urban Areas : Case Study of Activities on
Japanese Journal of Fisheries Economics   44(1) 1-24   1999
A Study of the Fishery's Social Role through the Coastal Zone Utilization in the Urban Area
Journal of Regional Fisheries   39(2) 177-194   1999

Books etc

GLOBAL CHANGE IN MARINE SYSTEMS; Integrating Natural, Social and Governing Responses
HIDAKA Takeshi (Part:Contributor, Case study of the regional ICM system introduced voluntarily by the prefectural government in Omura Bay, Japan)
Routledge   2017   

Conference Activities & Talks

Comparison of the business system composing the tuna aquaculture industry in the world
The 5th World Fisheries Cogress, Tuna Sattelite Symposium   Oct 2008   The 5th World Fisheries Cogress, Tuna Sattelite Symposium
Comparison of bluefin tuna fisheries management, tuna aquaculture and their
The 5th World Fisheries Cogress   Oct 2008   The 5th World Fisheries Cogress

Research Grants & Projects

Study on the coastal zone utilization and fisheries social function in urban areas