Mori Arinori Center for Higher Education and Global Mobility
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1.Skilled labour mobility and migration: Challenges and opportunities for the ASEAN economic community (Allotment Writing)
Skills mobility and postsecondary education in the ASEAN economic community Edward Elgar Publishing pp.164-193 2019


1.Effect of academic field and gender on college-bound migration in Japan
The Annals of Regional Science Vol.On-line first 2019 Academic journal
2.Regional differences in the labor supply of married female graduates: Why is it lower in the metropolitan areas of Japan?
Review of Urban & Regional Development Studies 2018 Academic journal
3.Effective or self-selective: Random assignment demonstrates short-term study abroad effectively encourages further study abroad(jointly worked)
Journal of Studies in International Education Vol.On-line first 2018 Academic journal
4.Relationship between Subject-Specific and Generic Competencies: Evidence from a Survey on Japanese Universities (jointly worked)
Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice Vol.17,No.9,pp.41-49 2017 Academic journal
5.National ties of inernational scientific collaboration and researcher mobility found in Nature and Science(jointly worked)
Scientometrics Vol.110,No.2,pp.673-694 2017 Academic journal
6.Continuity of international collaborations with the country of origin: Case of highly cited migrant researchers from developing countries
Journal of International Development Studies Vol.24,No.2,pp.81-96 2015 Academic journal
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7.The relationship between research performance and international collaboration in chemistry(jointly worked)
Scientometrics Vol.97,No.3,pp.535-553 2013 Academic journal
8.Return migration of talent:Focusing on international doctoral graduates from Japanese universities
Journal of International Development Studies Vol.22,No.1,pp.41-54 2013 Academic journal
9.Analysis on research activities in developing countries
Journal of International Development Studies Vol.20,No.1,pp.15-30 2011 Academic journal
10.Mechanism of Human Capital Accumulation Causing Little Social Returns on Education
Journal of International Development Studies Vol.17,No.1,pp.17-28 2008 Academic journal
11.Causality analysis between human capital accumulation and economic development with lags (jointly worked)
Journal of Applied Regional Science Vol.12,pp.1-13 2007 Academic journal
12.Impact of international migration of skilled labor on technology progress and human capital accumulation in developing countries
Journal of Applied Regional Science Vol.12,pp.83-94 2007 Academic journal


1.The effect of university education on acquiring competencies and reading habits: The case of Japanese students majoring social sciences(Translation)
2019 Other
2.Comparison of Humanities and Social Science Curriculum Between Japan and the United States(jointly worked)
2019 Other
3.Effects of study abroad on the career: The case of graduates from a Japanese university
2019 Other
4.The effects of competencies and reading habits on the income of graduates majored in social sciences and humanity in a Japanese university(jointly worked)
2019 Other
5.Diversification of STEM fields: the impact of female international graduate students in Japan and the United States(jointly worked)
2018 Other
6.Student's Acquisition of Generic Competencies in Higher Education: The Effect of Field-Specific Education and Teacher Recognition
2018 Other
7.Importance and Achievement in University Economic Education through Recognition of Competencies by Various University Stakeholders(jointly worked)
2017 Other
8.Concepts of "Competence" in Multiple Academic Fields(jointly worked)
2017 Other
9.The effect of short-term studying abroad on long-term studying(jointly worked)
2017 Other
10.Skills Mobility and Postsecondary Education in the ASEAN Economic Community
Mori Arinori Center for High Education and Global Mobility Working Paper Series ; No. WP2016-02 2016 Other
11.Relationship between subject-specific and generic competences:Evidence from survey on Japanese universities(jointly worked)
2016 Other
12.Empirical analysis on factors associated with international scientific collaboration
NISTEP Discussion Paper No.95 2013 Other
13.Analysis on Career Paths of the Most Highly Cited Scientists in Japan through International Comparison
No.78 2011 Other
14.Analysis on Research Activities in Developing Countries and International Networking of Researchers
科学技術・学術政策研究所 調査資料 No.178 2010 Other

Oral Presentation

NOName of subject/Conference NameYearSite
1.The current situation of academic staff with foreign degrees in Japan(International symposium New and old migrations and diversities in UK and Japan)
2.Assessing students learning by four-types university stakeholders: The Japanese case. (Measuring the Learning Outcomes of Disciplines: Evidence-Based Results through the Survey of Competencies acquired in Higher Education)
3.The impact of female international students on the female ratio in STEM fields in universities in Japan and the United States(CIES 2018 Annual Conference)
4.The Recognition of the Importance and Acquisition of University Economics Competences by Various University Stakeholders(16th Hawaii International Conference on Education)
5.Academic field, gender, and institutional selectivity as determinants of the migration rate of college-bound students in Japan(7th ASRS 2017 Asian Seminar in Regional Science)
6.Why is the labor market participation rate lower for female graduates in the metropolitan area of Japan(56th annual Western Regional Science Association meeting)
2017.02Santa Fe (United States)
7.Relationship between Subject-specific and Generic Competencies: Evidence from a Survey on Japanese Universities(Fifteenth Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education)
2017.01Hawaii (United States)
8.Skill Mobility and Postsecondary Education in ASEAN Economic Community(Skill Benefiting from Skill Mobility Under the ASEAN Economic Community)
2016.03-2016.04Manila (Philippine)
9.Regional differences in the university advancement ratio for women in contemporary Japan(55th annual Western Regional Science Association meeting)
2016.02Hawaii (United States)
10.Social factors relating to gender differences in tertiary education: An international perspective(54th annual Western Regional Science Association meeting)
2015.02Tucson, Arizona (United States)
11.The relationship between cultural diversity and scientific knowledge creation: An empirical analysis(53rd annual Western Regional Science Association meeting)
2014.02San Diego (United States)

Scientific Research Funds Results

NOResearch subjectResearch itemYear
Scientific Research (C)2015-
Scientific Research (C)2010-2012
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