Business Review Vol.66 No.1 SUM. 2018

Vol.66 No.1 SUM. 2018 (In Japanese)

A leading management journal in Japanese,
which builds a bridge between theory and practice.

Hitotsubashi University, Institute of Innovation Research
Toyo Keizai Inc.

Science of “Work and Life Shift”

Yasuhiro Hattori
“Work Style Diversification and Changing Nature of Psychological Contracts“

Isamu Yamamoto
“Firm Performance and the Promotion of Women’s Participation and Advancement: Evidence from Japanese Firm Panel Data

Hattori Seminor of Yokohama National University
“Sexual-division-of-labor and Women’s Promotional Motivation

Hiromi Sakazume
“Managerial Behaviors Depended on Subordinate Gender Differences

Hattori Seminor of Yokohama National University
“Antecedents of Overtime Work and Job Stress

Yuta Morinaga
“Does Team-based Health Promotion Practice Increase Employee’s Well-being?: Exploring Next Stage of Health and Productivity Management through Focusing Population Approach

Yohei Tsunemi
“Labor and Social Studies of Japanese News Site

●Leaders of MOT
  Hiroshi Saijo (CEO and Managing Director, Yamaha Motor Ventures & Laboratory Silicon Valley Inc.)
  Interviewed by Kentaro Nobeoka and Yaichi Aoshima
●International Standardization from JAPAN (3)
  Manabu Eto / Yuichi Washida
●FinTech Revolution and Innovation (4)
  Mikiharu Noma / Tsutomu Fujita

●Design Techniques for Business Model Generators (8)
  Tatsuhiko Inoue

●Business Cases
  Satoko Suzuki
 “Hachiban Ramen: Overseas Expansion of Japanese Ramen for the Masses
 Motohiro Shinabe
 “The 48th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition / The Summer Period: Group Dynamics in Professionals
●Management Forum
  Susumu Fujita / Tetsuhito Soyama
 (President, Founder, CyberAgent, Inc. / Director, CyberAgent, Inc.
  Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura