Graduate School of Business Administration,Department of International Corporate Strategy
ONO Hiroshi

Books and Other Publications

1. Redistributing Happiness: How Social Policies Shape Life Satisfaction (jointly worked)
Hiroshi Ono, Kristen Schultz Lee (Sole author)
Praeger 2016.9

Papers

1. Marriage, Cohabitation and the Childcare Time Gap in the United States and Sweden
Hiromi Ono, Hiroshi Ono
Hitotsubashi Journal of Social Studies Vol.54,No.1,pp.1-19 2023.1
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2. Money and happiness: the income–happiness correlation is higher when income inequality is higher (Peer-reviewed)
Shigehiro Oishi, Youngjae Cha, Asuka Komiya, Hiroshi Ono
PNAS Nexus Vol.1,No.5 2022.10
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3. Supply and demand issues hinder Japanese digital transformation (Peer-reviewed)
Hiroshi Ono
East Asian Forum Quarterly Vol.14,No.3,pp.31-33 2022.7
4. Are economic growth and well-being compatible? Welfare reform and life satisfaction in Japan (Peer-reviewed)
Francesco Sarracino, Kelsey J O’Connor, Hiroshi Ono
Oxford Economic Papers Vol.73,pp.1-25 2021.8
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5. COVID-19 and Telework: An International Comparison (Peer-reviewed)
Hiroshi Ono, Takeshi Mori
Journal of Quantitative Description: Digital Media Vol.1 2021.4
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6. Aging, Globalization, and Technological Change as Stressors for Wages
Hiroshi Ono
The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies No.723,pp.4-18 2020.10
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7. Redistributing happiness: How social policies shape life satisfaction (Part 2) (jointly worked)
Lee, Kristen Schultz, Hiroshi Ono
Japan Spotlight No.233,pp.20-23 2020.9
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8. Digital inequalities in time of pandemic: COVID-19 exposure risk profiles and new forms of vulnerability (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
Robinson, Laura, Jeremy Schulz, Aneka Khilnani, Hiroshi Ono, Shelia R. Cotten, Noah McClain, Lloyd Levine, Wenhong Chen, Gejun Huang, Antonio A. Casilli, Paola Tubaro, Matías Dodel, Anabel Quan-Haase, Maria Laura Ruiu, Massimo Ragnedda, Deb Aikat, Natalia Tolentino
First Monday Vol.25,No.7 2020.7
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9. Redistributing happiness: How social policies shape life satisfaction (Part 1) (jointly worked)
Ono, Hiroshi, Kristen Schultz Lee
Japan Spotlight No.232,pp.60-63 2020.7
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10. Digital inequalities 2.0: Legacy inequalities in the information age (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
Robinson, Laura, Jeremy Schulz, Grant Blank, Massimo Ragnedda, Hiroshi Ono, Bernie Hogan, Gustavo S. Mesch, Shelia R. Cotten, Susan B. Kretchmer, Timothy M. Hale, Tomasz Drabowicz, Pu Yan, Barry Wellman, Molly-Gloria Harper, Anabel Quan-Haase, Hopeton S. Dunn, Antonio A. Casilli, Paola Tubaro, Rod Carvath, Wenhong Chen, Julie B. Wiest, Matías Dodel, Michael J. Stern, Christopher Ball, Kuo-Ting Huang, Aneka Khilnani
First Monday Vol.25,No.7 2020.7
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11. Digital inequalities 3.0: Emergent inequalities in the information age (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
Robinson, Laura, Jeremy Schulz, Hopeton S. Dunn, Antonio A. Casilli, Paola Tubaro, Rod Carvath, Wenhong Chen, Julie B. Wiest, Matías Dodel, Michael J. Stern, Christopher Ball, Kuo-Ting Huang, Grant Blank, Massimo Ragnedda, Hiroshi Ono, Bernie Hogan, Gustavo S. Mesch, Shelia R. Cotten, Susan B. Kretchmer, Timothy M. Hale, Tomasz Drabowicz, Pu Yan, Barry Wellman, Molly-Gloria Harper, Anabel Quan-Haase, Aneka Khilnani
First Monday Vol.25,No.7 2020.7
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12. Conditions for Improving the Quality of Work
Hiroshi Ono
Japanese Journal of Labour Studies No.706,pp.28-41 2019.5
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13. Career mobility in the embedded market: A study of the Japanese financial sector (Peer-reviewed)
小野 浩
Asian Business and Management Vol.17,No.4770,pp.339-365 2018.8
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14. Why Do the Japanese Work Long Hours? Sociological Perspectives on Long Working Hours in Japan
Hiroshi Ono
Japan Labor Issues Vol.2,No.5,pp.35-49 2018.1
15. Social Justice, Well-Being and Economic Organization
Grimalda, Gianluca, Moene, Kalle, Fleurbaey, Marc, Filgueira, Fern, o, Gibson, Katherine, Graham, Carol, Lo Vuolo, Ruben, Nanavaty, Reema, Ono, Hiroshi, Roemer, John, Trannoy, Alain
Rethinking Society for the 21st Century: Report of the International Panel on Social Progress Vol.1 2018
16. Globalization and Greater Flexibility in the Japanese Labor Market: Exploring the Macro–Micro Link (Peer-reviewed)
Hiroshi Ono
Journal of Asia-Pacific Business Vol.18,No.4,pp.242-261 2017.9
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17. Relationships of Collapse: Structural Holes, Opportunism and Fraud in Financial Markets (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
Bryce Hannibal, Hiroshi Ono
International Journal of Social Economics Vol.44,No.12,pp.2097-2111 2017.6
18. Why Do the Japanese Work Long Hours? Sociological Perspectives on Long Working Hours in Japan
Hiroshi Ono
The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies Vol.58,No.677,pp.15-27 2016.12
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19. A.M. Spence: Market Signaling
Hiroshi Ono
The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies Vol.669,No.669,pp.2-5 2016.4
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20. The Internet and Gender (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
Hiroshi Ono, Madeline Zavodny
The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies 2016.3
21. Submitting your work to a refereed journal
Hiroshi Ono
The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies Vol.58,No.668,pp.74-78 2016.2
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22. Redistributing Happiness: How Social Policies Shape Life Satisfaction
Ono, Hiroshi, Lee, Kristen Schultz
2016
23. Race and Ethnic Relations in Contemporary Japan (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
Ono, Hiroshi, Hiromi Ono
International Handbook of the Demography of Race and Ethnicity. Edited by Rogelio Saenz, David Embrick and Nestor Rodriguez. London: Springer pp.219-237 2015.6
24. Digital Inequalities and Why They Matter (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
Robinson, Laura, Shelia R. Cotten, Hiroshi Ono, Anabel Quan-Haase, Gustavo Mesch, Wenhong Chen, Jeremy Schulz, Timothy M. Hale, Michael J. Stern
Information, Communication & Society Vol.18,No.5,pp.569-582 2015.4
25. The Japanese employment system in the 1990s
Ono, Hiroshi
Law and Economics of Corporate Governance: A Comparative Institutional Analysis. Edited by Wataru Tanaka and Masaki Nakabayashi. Tokyo: Yuhikaku pp.281-297 2015.4
26. Anti-Immigrant Sentiments and Immigrant Concentration at Work in Contemporary Japan (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
Ono, Hiromi, Hiroshi Ono
Routledge International Handbook of Race, Class, and Gender. Edited by Shirley Jackson. Milton Park: Routledge. pp.61-72 2015.4
27. The Present Situation of Studies in Labour Economics: A Review of Academic Works 2012-2014 (jointly worked)
Ono, Hiroshi, Tadashi Sakai, Kazufumi Yugami, Izumi Yokoyama
The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies No.656,pp.2-36 2015.3
28. Some suggestions on packaging your manuscript for a refereed journal
Ono, Hiroshi
The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies Vol.56,No.645,pp.58-63 2014.4
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29. Welfare States and the Redistribution of Happiness (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
Ono, Hiroshi, Kristen Schultz Lee
Social Forces Vol.92,No.2,pp.789-814 2013.12
30. An outsider's view of Japanese universities
Ono, Hiroshi
The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies No.637,pp.91-92 2013.8
31. Work-life balance in Japan from the perspective of welfare regime typologies
Ono, Hiroshi
The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies No.636,pp.117-118 2013.7
32. Looking at Japan from the country of small government and freedom of choice
Ono, Hiroshi
The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies No.635,pp.117-118 2013.6
33. Educational Credentialism in Japan: A Long-term Perspective (jointly worked)
Kawaguchi, Daiji, Hiroshi Ono
Tokyo Center for Economic Research (TCER), Working Paper, E-54 2013.6
34. Family Flexibility and Children's Time Involvement with Parents (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
Ono, Hiromi, Hiroshi Ono, James Sanders
Journal of Comparative Family Studies Vol.43,No.2,pp.137-156 2013.4
35. Estimating the payoffs to examination hell. Where is the breakeven point?
Ono, Hiroshi
Textbook for New Economics pp.68-71 2013.4
36. Job Tenure (Peer-reviewed)
Ono, Hiroshi
Sociology of Work: An Encyclopedia. Volume 1. Edited by Vicki Smith. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publication pp.476-477 2013.4
37. Marriage, Cohabitation, and Happiness: A Cross-National Analysis of 27 Countries (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
Lee, Kristen Schultz, Hiroshi Ono
Journal of Marriage and Family Vol.74,No.5,pp.953-972 2012.10
38. Book review for Japan's New Inequality: Intersection of Employment Reforms and Welfare Arrangements. Edited by Yoshimichi Sato and Jun Imai
Ono, Hiroshi
Social Science Japan Journal Vol.15,No.2,pp.261-264 2012.7
39. Work-Life Balance and Sustainable Happiness
Ono, Hiroshi
Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy Vol.5,No.2,pp.5-12 2012.5
40. Does work-family balance make women happy?
Ono, Hiroshi
Textbook for New Economics pp.32-34 2012.4
41. Why were there no riots after the Tohoku earthquake? Insights from social network theory
Ono, Hiroshi
Economics Seminar pp.75-79 2012.3
42. Foreign Ownership, Human Capital and the Structure of Wages in Japan (jointly worked) (Peer-reviewed)
Ono, Hiroshi, Kazuhiko Odaki
International Journal of Human Resource Management Vol.22,No.15,pp.3036-3050 2011.9
43. William Shakespeare: On Social Stratification (Peer-reviewed)
Ono, Hiroshi
Sociological Insights of Great Thinkers. Edited by Christofer Edling and Jens Rydgren. Santa Barbara: Praeger pp.23-29 2011.1
44. The conditions for a happy marriage: U.S.-Japan comparison
Ono, Hiroshi
Economics Seminar pp.30-35 2011.1
45. Specialization and Happiness in Marriage: A U.S.-Japan Comparison (jointly worked)
Ono, Hiroshi, Kristen Schultz Lee
Happiness in Japan: Inequality, work and family). Edited by Fumio Ohtake, Sayuri Shiraishi and Yoshiro Tsutsui. Tokyo: Nihon Hyoron Sha. * Reprint/ Japanese translation of Lee and Ono (2008) pp.205-235 2010.8
46. Lifetime Employment in Japan: Concepts and Measurements (Peer-reviewed)
Ono, Hiroshi
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.24,No.1,pp.1-27 2010.3
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47. Book review for Japanese Workplaces in Transition: Employee Perceptions by Hendrik Meyer-Ohle
Ono, Hiroshi
The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies Vol.52,No.594,pp.113-116 2010.1
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48. The Diffusion of Mobile Internet in Japan
Mito Akiyoshi, Hiroshi Ono
The Information Society Vol.24,No.5,pp.292-303 2008.9
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49. Immigrants, English Ability and the Digital Divide
Ono, Hiroshi, Zavodny, Madeline
Social Forces Vol.86,No.4 2008
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50. Training the nation’s elites: National–private sector differences in Japanese university education
Ono, Hiroshi
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility Vol.26,No.4 2008
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51. Digital inequality: A five country comparison using microdata
Ono, Hiroshi, Zavodny, Madeline
Social Science Research Vol.36,No.3 2007
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52. Careers in Foreign-Owned Firms in Japan
Ono, Hiroshi
American Sociological Review Vol.72,No.2 2007
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53. Does Examination Hell Pay Off? A Cost-Benefit Analysis of 'Ronin' and College Education in Japan
Ono, Hiroshi
Economics of Education Review Vol.26,No.3 2007
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54. Japanese Lifetime Employment: A Century’s Perspective
Moriguchi, Chiaki, Ono, Hiroshi
Institutional Change in Japan 2006
55. Divorce in Japan: Why It Happens, Why It Doesn't
Ono, Hiroshi
Institutional Change in Japan 2006
56. Digital Inequality in East Asia: Evidence from Japan, South Korea and Singapore
Ono, Hiroshi
Asian Economic Papers Vol.4,No.3 2005
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57. Gender Differences in Information Technology Usage: A U.S.-Japan Comparison
Ono, Hiroshi, Zavodny, Madeline
Sociological Perspectives Vol.48,No.1 2005
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58. College Quality and Earnings in the Japanese Labor Market
Ono, Hiroshi
Industrial Relations Vol.43,No.3 2004
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59. In Pursuit of College Quality: Migration Decisions among College Students in Japan
Ono, Hiroshi
Research in Sociology of Education Vol.14 2004
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60. Japanese Women Studying Abroad: The Case of the United States
Ono, Hiroshi, Piper, Nicola
Women's Studies International Forum Vol.27,No.2 2004
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61. Are Sons and Daughters Substitutable? Allocation of Family Resources in Contemporary Japan
Ono, Hiroshi
Journal of the Japanese and International Economies Vol.18,No.2 2004
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62. Race, Internet Usage, and E-commerce
Ono, Hiroshi, Zavodny, Madeline
Review of Black Political Economy Vol.30,No.3 2003
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63. Gender and the Internet
Ono, Hiroshi, Zavodny, Madeline
Social Science Quarterly Vol.84,No.1 2003
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64. Constraints on the Level and Efficient Use of Labor
Ono, Hiroshi, Rebick, Marcus E.
Structural Impediments to Growth in Japan 2003
65. Who Goes to College? Features of Institutional Tracking in Japanese Higher Education
Ono, Hiroshi
American Journal of Education Vol.109,No.2 2001
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Presentations

No. Name of subject/Conference Name Year Site
1. Welfare reform and life satisfaction in Japan(Universify of Massachusetts, Amherst, Department of Sociology, Colloquium and Special Events Committee Seminar)
Holding date :
Presentation date : 2022.12
2. Welfare reform and life satisfaction in Japan(Princeton University, Research on East Asian Demography and Inequality Workshop)
Holding date :
Presentation date : 2022.11
3. Work and Happiness in Japan: Macro- and micro-views(Maison Franco-Japonais Seminar, Tokyo)
Holding date :
Presentation date : 2022.11
4. How covid-19 has transformed the culture of work in Japan (or not)(Japan Foundation seminar, Sydney, Australia)
Holding date :
Presentation date : 2022.9
5. How covid-19 has transformed the culture of work in Japan (or not)(Australian National University, Japan Update Symposium)
Holding date :
Presentation date : 2022.9
6. Telework in a land of overwork: It's not that simple, or is it?(Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, Annual Meeting)
Holding date :
Presentation date : 2022.7
7. Work and Happiness in Japan: Macro- and micro-views(Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, Annual Meeting)
Holding date :
Presentation date : 2022.7
8. Welfare reform and life satisfaction in Japan(University of Tokyo, Center for Contemporary Japanese Studies Seminar)
Holding date :
Presentation date : 2022.5
9. Board composition and corporate fraud: Refining the insider-outsider model(日本経済学会春季大会)
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Presentation date : 2022.5
10. Telework in a land of overwork: It's not that simple, or is it?(Japan Economic Association, Fall meeting)
Holding date :
Presentation date : 2021.10
11. How COVID-19 Has Transformed Japan's Culture of (Over-)Work(Department of sociology colloquium, Texas A&M University (online event))
Holding date :
Presentation date : 2021.9
12. Taxonomies of Digital Vulnerability and COVID-19 Exposure Risk Profiles(Digital Inclusion Policy and Research Conference, University of Liverpool (online event))
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Presentation date : 2021.9
13. Board composition and corporate fraud: Refining the insider-outsider model(Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (online event), annual meeting)
Holding date :
Presentation date : 2021.6
14. Telework in a land of overwork: It's not that simple, or is it?(Japan Economic Association, Spring meeting)
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Presentation date : 2021.4
15. Covid-19 and telework: An international comparison(Inequality, Labor, and Migration Workshop (online event))
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Presentation date : 2021.3.19
16. How COVID-19 Has Transformed Japan's Culture of (Over-)Work(21st Century Japan Politics & Society Initiative)
Link
Holding date :
Presentation date : 2021.2.24
Indiana University (online event)
17. Covid-19 and telework: An international comparison(Demographic Aspects of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Its Consequences (online event))
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Presentation date : 2020.12.1
18. Lifetime Advantage at the Top? Lifetime Employment and CEO Succession in Japan(People and Organizations Conference (online event))
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Presentation date : 2020.10.10
19. Lifetime Advantage at the Top? Lifetime Employment and CEO Succession in Japan(American Sociological Association Meeting, Virtual Engagement)
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Presentation date : 2020.8.12
20. Do University Rankings Matter?(TEDx Otemachi)
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Presentation date : 2019.11.26
21. Making economic growth and well-being compatible: Evidence from Japan(Annual Meeting of the Japan Economic Network)
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Presentation date : 2019.8.26
Bank of Japan
22. Lifetime Advantage at the Top? The Norm of Lifetime Employment and CEO Succession in Japan(Annual Meeting of the Japan Economic Network)
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Presentation date : 2019.8.26
Bank of Japan
23. Organizational Performance Implications of Internal Labor Markets(Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association)
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Presentation date : 2019.8.9
New York, USA
24. Welfare States and the Redistribution of Happiness(Hitotsubashi University Policy Forum)
Holding date :
Presentation date : 2018.11.11
一橋講堂
25. Making economic growth and well-being compatible: policies for inclusive growth in Japan(East Asian Economic Association)
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Presentation date : 2018.10.25
Taipei, Taiwan
26. Making economic growth and well-being compatible: policies for inclusive growth in Japan(American Sociological Association meeting)
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Presentation date : 2018.8.10
Philadelphia, USA
27. Making economic growth and well-being compatible: policies for inclusive growth in Japan(Japan Economic Association meeting)
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Presentation date : 2018.8.9
Gakushuin University
28. Career mobility in the embedded market: A study of the Japanese financial sector(Exit, Voice and Loyalty Conference)
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Presentation date : 2018.5.21
Warsaw, Poland
29. Pedigree, Prestige and Elite Formation(Eastern Sociological Society Meeting)
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Presentation date : 2017.3.1
Philadelphia, USA
30. Unhappiness in the post-communist countries(International Conference on Well-Being)
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Presentation date : 2016.11.1
SIM University, Singapore
31. Towards the sociology of happiness(International Conference on Well-Being)
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Presentation date : 2016.11.1
SIM University, Singapore
32. Unhappiness in the post-communist countries(Japanese Economic Association Meeting)
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Presentation date : 2016.9.10
Waseda University
33. Gender and the Internet, revisited(Eastern Sociological Society Meeting)
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Presentation date : 2016.3.1
Boston, USA
34. Towards the sociology of happiness(Conference on behavioral economics and finance)
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Presentation date : 2015.9.1
大阪大学
35. The Japanese employment system in the 1990s(Japanese Economic Association Meeting)
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Presentation date : 2014.10.11
Seinan Gakuin Uniersity
36. Relationships of Collapse: Structural Holes, Opportunism and Fraud in Financial Markets(CIRANO-CIREQ Workshop on Networks in Trade and Finance)
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Presentation date : 2014.10.1
University of Arkansas
37. Relationships of Collapse: Structural Holes, Opportunism and Fraud in Financial Markets(American Sociological Association meeting)
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Presentation date : 2014.8.1
San Francisco
38. Globalization and the Erosion of Job Security in the Japanese Labor Market: A Social Mechanism Approach(Texas A&M University at Qatar, Liberal Arts Conference on Globalization)
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Presentation date : 2014.1.15
Doha, Qatar
39. Income, Class and Happiness: A Multi-Level Approach(Bulgarian Sociological Association, Second International Conference on the Middle Class)
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Presentation date : 2013.12.1
Sofia University, Bulgaria
40. Career Mobility in the Japanese Financial Market(CIRANO-CIREQ Workshop on Networks in Trade and Finance)
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Presentation date : 2013.10.1
Montreal, Canada
41. Educational Credentialism and Elite Formation in Japan: A Long-term Perspective(Japanese Economic Association Meeting)
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Presentation date : 2013.9.14
Kanagawa University
42. Welfare States and the Redistribution of Happiness(American Sociological Association meeting)
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Presentation date : 2013.8.14
New York, USA
43. Globalization and the Erosion of Job Security in the Japanese Labor Market: A Social Mechanism Approach(Social Mechanism Workshop)
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Presentation date : 2012.10.1
Madrid, Spain
44. The Social-Institutional Bases of Happiness: An International Comparison(International Symposium on Risk, Social Stratification and Changes in Institutions)
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Presentation date : 2011.2.1
Bryn Mawr College

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Awards

No. Award name Year
1. Best International Paper Award 2011.1
2. Ray A. Rothrock '77 Fellowship 2010.6
3. Rosabeth Moss Kanter Top 20 Paper Award 2009.6
4. Docent in Sociology 2007.8
5. Docent in Economics 2004.4
6. Emerging Scholar Award 1998.7
7. Top-scorer Award, Standard Test of English Proficienc - Grade 1 1988.6

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Research Projects

No. Research subject Research item(Awarding organization, System name) Year
1. Constructing a Gender-Inclusive Workplace in an Era of Changing Workstyles
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
( Awarding organization: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science System name: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C) )
2022.4 - 2025.3
2. Forging a Gender-Inclusive Workplace

( Awarding organization: BEST Alliance System name: Joint Research Grant )
2020.4 - 2024.3
3. Global Study of Happiness
Scientific Research (C)
( Awarding organization: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science System name: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research )
2018.4 - 2021.3
4. Innovation,Creativity,and Conflict in the Globalized Workplace
Scientific Research (C)
( Awarding organization: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science System name: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research )
2016.4 - 2019.3
5. Strategic Approach to Conflict Studies
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)
( Awarding organization: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science System name: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research )
2015.7 - 2019.3
6. Educational Credentialism and Elite Formation in Japan: A Long-term Perspective
Scientific Research (C)
( Awarding organization: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science System name: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research )
2015.4 - 2018.3
7. A mixed method examination of gender and cultural diversity on Japanese organizational practices and strategies
Scientific Research (C)
( Awarding organization: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science System name: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research )
2015.4 - 2018.3

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