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NAGAYAMA Toshikazu

ナガヤマ トシカズ | NAGAYAMA Toshikazu
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (3): Sociology ,  Economic policy ,  Business administration
Research keywords  (3): Economic Policy (including Economic Condition) ,  social policies ,  Management and Policies of Small and Medium Enterprises
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (7):
  • comparative studies on SME's policies
  • Studies on Transaction Structure Changes in Small and Medium Sized Eenterprises Corresponded with International Economic Restructuring
  • Studies on the production system in constructing
  • comparative studies on SME's policies
  • Studies on Transaction Structure Changes in Small and Medium Sized Eenterprises Corresponded with International Economic Restructuring
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MISC (11):
  • NAGAYAMA Toshikazu. Small Buisiness Charter and European SME's Policies. Small Buisiness Liason Committee in Japan. 157
  • NAGAYAMA Toshikazu. Small Buisiness Charter and European SME's Policies. Small Buisiness Liason Committee in Japan. 157
  • NAGAYAMA Toshikazu. Ameuded SME's Act and New SME's Policies in Japan. Quarterly Small Business Journal. 2002. 73. 96-117
  • NAGAYAMA Toshikazu. New policies of SME's in Japan and labour unions. Tokyo Roren Booklet. 2001. 102
  • NAGAYAMA Toshikazu. Structural Changes of Employment and Industrial Relations under Structural Reform Policies. Annual Report of Labour Relation Theory Association. 1998. 第7. 37-45
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Works (4):
  • Thai Migrant Workers in Asian Areas
    1996 -
  • Toward the Devopment Policies for Industries in Musashi-murayama City
    1996 -
  • Research on the constructing industries in metropolitan Areas
    2000 - 2000
  • Research on civil engineering sites
    2002 -
Education (2):
  • - 1963 Keio University Faculty of Economics
  • Keio University Graduate School, Division of Economics
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