TONA Naoki

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Name
TONA Naoki
Affiliation
Nagoya Gakuin University
Section
Faculty of Economics, Department of Policy Studies
Degree
Master of economics(Kyoto University), Doctor of economics(Kyoto University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1992
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1996
 
1997
   
 
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1997
   
 
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1999
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2000
Visiting Professor of Sheffield University
 

Education

 
 
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1992
Graduate School, Division of Economics, Kyoto University
 
 
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1971
Faculty of Economics, Kyoto University
 

Misc

 
The Structure and Dynamics of ; Development, Decline and Reconstruction in the Steel Industry of U.S.
Journal of Nagoya Gakuin University   Social Scieces 29-1    1992
Characteristic and employment of Japanese-style Corporate Society.
Journal of Economy   338    1992
Japanese-style System and flexibility
Letters of Economic Science   67    1991
The Structuure of Japanese-style Corporate Society and its Change
Letters Economic Science   65    1990
Technological Research and Development in the Japaese Steel Industry in the Post-War Era.
Annual of the Society for Industrial Studies, Japan   4    1989

Books etc

 
Stracture of Japanese-style Corporate Sociery ; flexibility of Japanese business and pre-modern society.
Structure of Japanese-style Corporate Society. Published by Rodojunposha   1992   
Structuure of Japanese-style Corporate Society.
Japanese Personnel Manegement at Tempestuous Period. Published by Kosoku insatsu Shupanzigyo   1991   
History of Japanese Iron-making Technology from the View point of Raw Matereals in the Post-War Era.
1984   
Controversy on the theory of technology ; surrounding waste of resources and distortion of technology
Modern Economics Course V. Published by Aokisyoten   1981   
Natural resources in the Japanese Steel Industry.
The Japanese Iron and Steel Industry. Published by Yuhikaku   1981   

Works

 
Module Production System of Car Industry
2000
Economic Impact and its Analysis of International Exhibition
2000

Research Grants & Projects

 
Reorganization of the Japanese Steel System
Industrial and corporate system
Technology and Culture of Traditional local Industry