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Nobuyuki Fujii

Faculty
Department of International Economics
Institute of Social Sciences
Course of Economics
PositionProfessor
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Last Updated :2019/10/04

Researcher Profile and Settings

Education

  •  - 1989 , Waseda University, Graduate School, Division of Economics

Degree

  • (BLANK), Waseda University
  • (BLANK), Waseda University

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   1990 , - Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Researcher(COE)
  •   1991  - 1995 , Fuji Junior College, Associate Professor

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Economics, Economic history
  • Economics, Economic history

Research Interests

    Economic History

Published Papers

  • The positive fiscal policy of Kiichi Miyazawa, FUJII Nobuyuku, The economic review of Toyo unibersity, 43, (1) 41 - 70, 12
  • The number of patent applications of the machine industry in Yamagata-shi and Fukushima-shi, 1971-2010, FUJII Nobuyuku, The Economic Review of Toyo University, 42, (2) 29 - 51, 03

Misc

  • Japan's Telephone Business ; Why Did Privatization Take So Long?, Japanese Yearbook on Business History, 18,   2002
  • The Use of Telecommunications in the Raw Silk Sales Networks of Meiji Japan, The Historical Society of Japan, 102, (10) 76 - 94,   1993
  • Strategic Information System in Yubin Kisen Mitsubishi Kaisha, 1876-84, Japan Business History Review, 25, (3) 40 - 57,   1990
  • The Regional Distribution of Public Investment in Japan during the 1960s, Socio-Economic History, 66(5), 1-24
  • The Machine Industry in Japanese Local Cities from the 1930's to the 1950's, Japan Business History Review, 37(2), 1-29,   2002
  • The Profitability of Yawata Iron Works, The Socio-Economic History, 50, (6) 25 - 48,   1985

Research Grants & Projects

  • Regional Development in Modern Japan
  • Economic Development and Information Revolution in Japan
  • Economic Development and Higher Educational Institutions in Modern Japan.