HASEGAWA Harukiyo

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Name
HASEGAWA Harukiyo
Degree
Doctor of Economics(New Castle University), Master of Economics(Doshisha University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, Doshisha University Graduate School of Business
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1988
Graduate School, Division of Social Sciences, University of Newcastle
 
 
 - 
1969
Graduate School, Division of Economics, Doshisha University
 
 
 - 
1966
Faculty of Economics, Doshisha University
 

Committee Memberships

 
2007
 - 
2010
Euro-Asia Management Studies Association  President
 

Misc

 
Developing management studies as a social science: globalization and Japanese management studies
PalgraveMacmillan, Asian Business & Management   5(1)    2006
Globalization and themes of Japanese management studies
Chikura-shobo, Keieigaku Ronshu, No 76, Trends and themes of Japanese style management      2006
Globalization and Japanization: implications for human resource management in Britain
Japan Forum   Routledge    2001
Global Acquisition and Knowledge Transfer
International Business Review      2000
HRM, EWC and corporate governance
ISS Research Series, University of Tokyo   3    2002

Books etc

 
Asian Business & Management: theory, practice and perspectives
PalgraveMacmillan   2009   ISBN:13: 978-0-230-54506-9
New Horisons in Asian Management: Emerging issues and critical perspectives
PalgraveMacmillan   2007   ISBN:0230013651
Japanese Responses to Globalization: Politics, Security, Economics and Business
PalgraveMacmillan   2006   ISBN:1403998718
Industrial Democracy and Restructuring of Business Management: ideas of democracy and reallity
Yuhikaku   2005   ISBN:4-641-05398-7
Multinationals and Asia, Globalilzation and fleaxible labour in Japan: cosequences for multinationals operating in Japan
RoutledgeCurzon   2005   ISBN:0415343232

Works

 
Doshisha Univ. International Research Programme on Global Issues
2006 - 2007

Research Grants & Projects

 
Labour and relevant issues in Japan
Project Year: 2005 - 2008