TANAHASHI Keisei

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Name
TANAHASHI Keisei
Affiliation
Tokyo Keizai University
Section
Faculty of Business Administration
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Philosophy(Stanford Unicersity), Master of Science (Engineering)(Stanford Unicersity)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1971
 - 
1973
Operation Researcher, Div. Of Epidemiology and Communication Science, WHO
 
1974
 - 
1977
System Scientist, Div. Of Strengthening of Health Services, WHO
 
1980
 - 
1981
Principal Partner, International Creative Consultants Ltd., Japan
 
1990
   
 
- Visiting Professor, International of South ?East Asian Studies, Singapore
 
1991
   
 
- Visiting Professor, International of Asian Studies, Chularonkorn University, Thailand
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1971
Dept.of Management Science & Engineering, Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Sranford University
 
 
 - 
1964
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University
 

Committee Memberships

 
1988
 - 
1989
Operations Research Society of Japan  Member of the International Exchange Committee
 

Misc

 
Globalization and Changing Landscape for Industrial Development
J. Tokyo Keizai U.   (238)    Feb 2004
A Two-Sector Industrial Model: An Analytical Tool for Industrial Development Strategy
Proceedings of the 6th AsiaPacific Operations Research Society      Dec 2003
Management by Productivity in Health Care
J. Tokyo Keizai U.   (232)    2003
The Coming of Venture Capitalism
J. Tokyo Keizai U.   (231)    Sep 2002
The New World of Venture Capitalism
6th Conference of International Federation of Scholarly Association of Management      Jul 2002

Works

 
The Third World and Microcomputers
1982 - 1985
Emergency Medical Care in the Ageing Society
1986 - 1989
Technological Advance and East-Asian Economy
1989 - 1990

Research Grants & Projects

 
Globalization
Project Year: 1997 - 2006
Strategic study of economic development
Project Year: 1987   
Health Service Systems
Project Year: 1972   
Globalization and Civilization
Productivity-Based Management in Health Care