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Professor

Basic Information
  • Academic Degrees:
    Doctor of Economics (Kyoto University)
  • Courses in charge:

    [Undergraduate] Business History of Modern Japan, Japanese Economy

    [Graduate] Japanese Economic & Business History, Economic & Business History, Field Research in Japan, etc.
  • Fields of Research:
    Business History, Industrial Studies
  • Keywords:
    Sogo Shosha, Resource Network, Inter-Firm Relationship
Selected Publications
  • A. Tanaka, Postwar Japan’s Mineral Industry: A Comparative History of Its Procurement System and Sogo Shosha, The University of Nagoya Press, 2012. (in Japanese)
  • Y. Wang and A. Tanaka, “From Hierarchy to Hybrid: The Evolving Nature of Inter-Firm Governance in China’s Automobile Groups,” Journal of Business Research, Vol.64, No.1, 2011, 74-80.
  • A Tanaka, “Why Were Sogo Shosha Needed?: Japan’s Develop-and-Import Scheme of Iron Ore in the 1960s,” Oikonomika, Vol.44, No.3&4, 171-194, 2008.
Membership of Professional Organizations
  • Business History Society of Japan (BHSJ)
  • Japan Society for Distributive Sciences (JSDS)
  • Japan Academy of International Business Studies (JAIBS)
  • The Society for Industrial Studies, Japan
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