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SIMANISHI Tomoki

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Department of Economics
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Researcher Profile and Settings

Profile & Settings

    profile:Tomoki Shimanishi, PhD is Professor of Economic History in the faculty of economics, Toyo University, Japan. His research interest focuses on the history of the Japanese coal industry. His major work is Nihon Sekitan Sangyou no Sengoshi [The Coal Industry in Japan, 1937-1973], Keio University Press, 2011.

Degree

  • PhD, Keio University

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Economics, Economic history
  • Management, Management
  • History, Japanese history

Research Interests

    economic history, business history

Published Papers

  • Distribution of Compensation Payment for Mine Closures in Japan's Coal Industry Rationalization Policy, Tomoki Shimanishi, The Journal of Ohara Institue for Social Research, (723) 61 - 77, 01 , Refereed
  • The Coal Industry in Vietnam from the late 19th Century to the 20th Century, Tomoki Shimanishi, 43, (1) 71 - 93, 12
  • Cultural Activities and Labor Struggles in the Japanese Labor Movement in the 1950s : A Case of the Ohmikenshi-Boseki after the Human Rights Dispute in 1954, 87, (1) 77 - 102, 09
  • Historical Materials on the Human Rights Dispute at Ohmikenshi Factories, 668, 63 - 74, 06 25
  • Overseas Transfer of Japanese-style Management : Activities of the Japan Productivity Center in Asia, (10) 1 - 19, 09
  • From Waste to Resource : Utilization of Coal-related Materials in Postwar Japan, c. 1950-1975, 85, (4) 517 - 544, 03
  • Activities of the Japan Productivity Center during Japan's Rapid Economic Growth : Complex Effect on the Forging of Mutual Trust between Labor and Management, 54, (8) 70 - 86, 08
  • The Past and Present of Mineral Royalties : A Case Study of the Duchy of Cornwall, 54, (5) 1 - 20, 12
  • Rationalizing Small Coal Mines in Postwar Japan : An Analysis on the MITI's Rationalization Guidance to Small Coal Mines, 54, (5) 91 - 110, 12
  • Demand Creation and Institutional Changes in the Domestic Coal Market in Post-war Japan, 64, (2) 109 - 130, 10 20
  • Labor Negotiations for the Unified Labor Agreement : A Case Study of Industrial Relations in a Small Enterprise, Shimanishi Tomoki, Nagumo Chiaki, Umezaki Osamu, Rikkyo economic review, Rikkyo economic review, 63, (4) 95 - 106, 03 20
  • The oral history collection of the Osaka labor archive in the Osaka Institute for Social Movements, (621) 53 - 68
  • Factors causing delay in business diversification of declining industries: a study on coalmining industry in Postwar Japan, Mita business review, Mita business review, 51, (6) 161 - 177, 02
  • Experiences of the Overseas Study Mission by Entrepreneurs in Postwar Japan : An Oral History Interview with Mr. Masajuro Shiokawa, Shimanishi Tomoki, Mori Naoko, Umezaki Osamu, Rikkyo economic review, Rikkyo economic review, 61, (2) 267 - 278, 10 10
  • Entrepreneurs and productivity movement in postwar Japan: an oral history interview with Mr. Jiro Ushio (Chairman and CEO of Ushio Inc.), Mita business review, Mita business review, 50, (2) 223 - 236, 06
  • Management of overseas study missions by Japan Productivity Center and its implication: meaning of overseas experiences, Entrepreneurial studies, Entrepreneurial studies, (4) 39 - 55, 06
  • Entrepreneurs and productivity movement in postwar Japan: an oral history interview with Mr. Jiro Ushio (chairman and CEO of Ushio Inc.), Mita business review, Mita business review, 50, (1) 241 - 255, 04
  • Major coalmining companies during the early period of post-war rationalization : the Hokkaido Colliery and Steamship Company Ltd. and the sub-leasing of coalmines from the early 1950s to the early 1960s, SHIMANISHI Tomoki, Socio-economic history : shakai-keizai-shigaku, Socio-economic history : shakai-keizai-shigaku, 70, (6) 667 - 688, 03 25
  • tanko rodo kumiai undo niokeru taishu toso no keisei ni kansuru kosatsu : sengo fukkoki no mitsui kozan sunagawa tanko no jirei o chushinni, 47, (6) 53 - 78, 02
  • A History of Limestone Mining Industry in the Postwar Period, Based on LIMESTONE, a Trade Journal Published by Limestone Association of Japan, Shimanishi Tomoki, Mita business review, Mita business review, 47, (4) 115 - 138, 10

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Changes in domestic energy use in 20th century japan, Tomoki Shimanishi, The Fourth Asian Association of World Historians Congress,   2019 01 06
  • The International Mining History Congress, Tomoki Shimanishi, The International Mining History Congress,   2016 09 10
  • Visualizing Changes in the Routes and Scale of Trade in 19th-Century China, Sayako Kanda, Tomoki Shimanishi, Akiko Takahashi, ANGIS and CRMA Bangkok meeting 2015,   2015 01 06
  • Statistics and Intra-Asian Trade: Historical GIS as an Analytical Tool, Tomoki Shimanishi, The XVIth World Economic History Congress,   2012 07

Research Grants & Projects

  • The Expansion of Global Trade and the Reorganization of Transaction Systems : The Historical Comparison of Asia and North America in the 19-20 Centuries, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B)), Tomoko SHIROYAMA, From the mid-19^ century to the early 20^ century, the global trade significantly expanded to integrate local economies in the world. Focusing on the trade centers in Asia and North America which newly participated in the global trade, this project investigates the dynamics of trade expansion in terms of the Free Trade regime and the local transaction systems, organization, and norms.
  • An Investigation into the Linkages between the Emergence of a"Fossil-fuel-based World Economy"and the Trends in Deforestation and Environmental Degradation : A Comparative Historical Study, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B)), Kaoru SUGIHARA, Over the last two centuries the world economy became heavily dependent for its energy on fossil fuels. While the energy intensity of developed countries improved after around 1970, the trend of deforestation and environmental degradation in tropical developing countries continued, and roughly a third of world population remain dependent for their livelihood on traditional biomass energy. This research attempted to trace the history of the emergence of this dual structure, through literature survey and empirical research on Japan, South and Southeast Asia and the world.
  • Institutionalization of labor-management negotiation in small and medium-sized enterprise in Japan in postwar days-Attempt of analysis by oral history-, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C)), Osamu UMEZAKI, In this project, the small and medium-sized enterprise was investigated and the institutionalization of industrial relations of Japan was analyzed after WW2. The introduction of the labor-management consultation system was clarified by the history analysis. Moreover, it was confirmed that the labor-management consultation was analyzed, and the effect changed by managing the labor-management consultation system by the questionnaire survey. In addition, not only the labor-management consultation in one enterprise but also the participation of the labor union in industry, the region, and the whole country was examined.
  • economic history, business history, history of the energy industry