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HIDETOSHI MIYACHI Last modified date:2017.07.10



Graduate School


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Homepage
http://www2.odn.ne.jp/~cbg67260/
Academic Degree
Doctor of Economics
Field of Specialization
Japanese Economic History, Modern Japanese History
Research
Research Interests
  • Analysis of the electric power supply mechanism in Japan of prewar and postwar period

    keyword : electric power, Okinawa, Fukushima
    2010.07.
  • Feature of Japanese coal industry:the case of Gunkanjima island, Chikuho erea and so on
    keyword : Gunkanjima, Mithubishi Hashima, coal industry, Chikuho
    2008.04.
  • Research that clarifies structure of Japanese porcelain industry.
    keyword : porcelain industry,
    1997.04.
Academic Activities
Books
1. "The Porcelain Industry in Modern Japan-industrial development and plural production organization".
Papers
1. 'Characteristics of miners in the Japanese coal industry : Hashima coal mine of Mitsubishi Mining Company Ltd., from 1945 to the 1960s' "Socio-Economic History" The Socio-Economic History Society, vol.76,No2, 2010.8.
2. 'The Birth of "Great Industry" in Porcelain Industry of Modern Japan; The Case of the Nagoya Area' "The Journal of Economics" The Society of Economics, The University of Tokyo, vol.71, No.2, 2005.7.
3. 'Small-scale Business in the Porcelain Industry of Modern Japan; The Case of the Seto Area' "Japan Business History Review" Business History Society of Japan, vol.39, No.2, 2004.9.
4. 'Economic Policy Confrontation in the Ministry of Agriculture and Commerce in the Early Years' "The Journal of Political Economy and Economic History" The Political Economy and Economic History Society, vol.XLVI, No.3(183), 2004.4.
5. 'Small-scale business in the porcelain industry of modern Japan:a case study of the Tono area' "Socio-Economic History" The Socio-Economic History Society, vol.69,No1, 2003.5.
Presentations
1. Establishment of the electric power supply system in Okinawa after World War II.