J-GLOBAL ID:201701013866078861   Update date: Sep. 15, 2020


Affiliation and department:
Job title: Assistant Professor
Other affiliations (1):
Research field  (1): Economic history
Research keywords  (9): History of technology ,  Business history ,  Economic history ,  Human capital ,  Transition economy ,  Labor market ,  The South Manchuria Railway Company ,  Postwar reconstruction ,  repatriation
Papers (10):
  • Sumiyo Nishizaki. Dissertation Summary: After empire comes home: Economic experiences of Japanese civilian repatriates, 1945-56 (forthcoming). Australian Economic History Review. 2020
  • Sumiyo Nishizaki. Economic experiences of Japanese civilian repatriates in Hiroshima prefecture, 1945-1956. Economic History Working Papers, Economic History Department, London School of Economics. 2019. 299
  • Sumiyo Nishizaki. Review of Dear China: emigrant letters and remittances, 1820-1980. The Economic History Review. 2019. 72. 2. 782-783
  • Sumiyo Nishizaki. The reconstruction of postwar Hiroshima city, 1945-1952. The Sixth Asian Historical Economics Conference Website. 2018
  • 西崎純代. 書評 今泉裕美子・柳沢遊・木村健二著 『日本帝国崩壊期「引揚げ」の比較研究-国際関係と地域の視点から-』. 歴史と経済. 2017. 59. 4. 69-71
Books (1):
  • ‘A case study: The United Arab Emirates and Japan: Diversifying bilateral relationships and challenges in the context of Japan's new foreign policy focus and US-Japan relations' in East by Mid-East
    Equinox Publishing 2013 ISBN:9781845539337
Lectures and oral presentations  (29):
  • From Manchuria to postwar Japan: Knowledge dissemination through in-house training at the South Manchuria Railway Company (SMR)
    (The Association for Asian Studies 2020 Annual Conference (cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic) 2020)
  • 第二次世界大戦後における引揚者の職業体験:「引揚者在外事実調査票」分析
    (Postwar Okinawa society and civilian repatriates 2020)
  • From Manchuria to postwar Japan: Economic experiences of South Manchuria Railway repatriates
    (Rikkyo University Economic and Business History Workshop 2020)
  • A tale of two postwar adjustments in Japan, 1945-1956: The reconstruction of Hiroshima city & postwar lives of South Manchuria Railway employees
    (The Modern Japanese Studies Program, Hokkaido University 2019)
  • Economic experiences of Japanese civilian repatriates: The final report of the analysis of the 1956 national survey into repatriates' postwar lives (Kanagawa, Osaka and Hiroshima prefectures)
    (The 88th Annual Conference of the Socio-Economic History Society of Japan 2019)
Education (4):
  • - 2017 London School of Economics and Political Science
  • - 2010 Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies International economics and Asia/Japan studies
  • - 2003 University of San Francisco (MBA Program)
  • - 1989 Tsuda College Department of International Relations
Professional career (4):
  • Doctor of Philosophy (London School of Economics and Political Science)
  • Master of Arts in International Economics and Asian Studies (Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies)
  • Master of Business Administration (University of San Francisco)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Tsuda College)
Work history (4):
  • 2017/04 - 現在 Assistant professor, Ritsumeikan University, College of International Relations
  • 2013/10 - 2016/05 London School of Economics, Economic History Department Graduate Teaching Assistant (Equivalent to a guest lecturer)
  • 2011/01/02 - 2013/08/31 Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies, The Reischauer Center, Research Associate
  • 1989/04/01 - 1999/02/28 Takashimaya Department Store
Awards (2):
  • 2020/07 - The Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand The Asia-Pacific Prize in Economic History Finalist
  • 2015/02 - Comparative Histories of Asia Seminar, Institute of Historical Research Doctoral Competition, First prize
Association Membership(s) (4):
Political Economy & Economic History Association ,  Socio-Economic History Society ,  Business History Society of Japan ,  Economic History Society
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