Name

TODO, Yasuyuki

Official Title

Professor

Affiliation

(School of Political Science and Economics)

Contact Information

Mail Address

Mail Address
yastodo@waseda.jp

URL

Web Page URL

http://www.f.waseda.jp/yastodo/

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Researcher Number
30336507

Sub-affiliation

Sub-affiliation

Faculty of Political Science and Economics(Graduate School of Economics)

Affiliated Institutes

ソーシャルメディアデータ研究所

研究所員 2016-

ソーシャル&ヒューマン・キャピタル研究所

研究所員 2017-

Educational background・Degree

Degree

Ph.D. in economics

Paper

Exploring dynamic mechanisms of learning networks for resource conservation

Petr Matous, Yasuyuki Todo

ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY 20(2) 2015-2015

DOIWoS

Detail

ISSN:1708-3087

How Do Supply Chain Networks Affect the Resilience of Firms to Natural Disasters? Evidence from the Great East Japan Earthquake

Todo, Yasuyuki,Kentaro Nakajima, and Petr Matous,

Journal of Regional Science Peer Review Yes 55(2) p.209 - 2292015-2015

DOI

Effects of Privatization on Exporting Decisions: Firm-level Evidence from Chinese State-owned Enterprises

Todo, Yasuyuki,Tomohiko Inui, and Yuan Yuan

Comparative Economic Studies Peer Review Yes 56(4) p.536 - 5552014-2014

DOI

Effects of Presidents' Characteristics on Internationalization of Small and Medium Firms in Japan

Todo, Yasuyuki, Hitoshi Sato

Journal of Japanese and International Economics Peer Review Yes 34p.236 - 2552014-2014

DOI

Impact of Farmer Field Schools on Agricultural Income and Skills: Evidence from an Aid-Funded Project in Rural Ethiopia

Todo, Yasuyuki, Ryo Takahashi

Journal of International Development Peer Review Yes 25(3) p.362 - 3812012-2012

DOI

Intra-Industry Knowledge Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment in R&D: Evidence from China’s “Silicon Valley"

Todo, Yasuyuki, Weiying Zhang, and Li-An Zhou

Review of Development Economics Peer Review Yes 15(3) p.569 - 5852011-2011

DOI

Quantitative Evaluation of Determinants of Export and FDI: Firm-Level Evidence from Japan

Todo, Yasuyuki

The World Economy Peer Review Yes 34(3) p.355 - 3812011-2011

Impacts of Aid-Funded Technical Assistance Programs: Firm-Level Evidence from the Indonesian Foundry Industry

Todo, Yasuyuki

World Development Peer Review Yes 39(3) p.351 - 3622011-2011

Knowledge Spillovers from FDI in China: The Role of Educated Labor in Multinational Enterprises

Todo, Yasuyuki, Weiying Zhang, and Li-An Zhou

Journal of Asian Economics Peer Review Yes 20(6) p.626 - 6392009-2009

DOI

R&D Intensity for Innovative and Adaptive Purposes in Overseas Subsidiaries: Evidence from Japanese Multinational Enterprises

Todo, Yasuyuki, Satoshi Shimizutani

Research in International Business and Finance Peer Review Yes 23(1) p.31 - 452009-2009

DOI

Overseas R&D Activities and Home Productivity Growth: Evidence from Japanese Firm-Level Data

Todo, Yasuyuki, Satoshi Shimizutani

Journal of Industrial Economics Peer Review Yes 56(4) p.752 - 7772008-2008

DOI

FDI and Economic Growth in Less Developed Countries: A Theoretical and Empirical Survey

Todo, Yasuyuki, Yu Aoki

OECD Journal General Papers Peer Review Yes 2008/12008-2008

DOI

Knowledge Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment in R&D: Evidence from Japanese Firm-Level Data

Todo, Yasuyuki

Journal of Asian Economics Peer Review Yes 17(6) p.996 - 10132006-2006

DOI

Knowledge Spillovers from Multinational Enterprises and the Role of R&D Activities: Evidence from Indonesia

Todo, Yasuyuki, Koji Miyamoto

Economic Development and Cultural Change Peer Review Yes 55(1) p.173 - 2002006-2006

DOI

Technology Adoption in Follower Countries: With or Without Local R&D Activities?

Todo, Yasuyuki

Topics in Macroeconomics 5(1) p.1 - 322005-2005

DOI

Empirically Consistent Scale Effects: An Endogenous Growth Model with Technology Transfer to Developing Countries

Todo, Yasuyuki

Journal of Macroeconomics Peer Review Yes 25(1) p.25 - 462003-2003

DOI

The Revival of Scale Effects

Todo, Yasuyuki, Koji Miyamoto

Topics in Macroeconomics 2(1) p.1 - 332002-2002

DOI

Growth, Population, and Knowledge Diffusion

Todo, Yasuyuki

Knowledge, Technology, & Policy Peer Review Yes 13(4) p.113 - 1132001-2001

DOI

International Trade and Economic Growth : An Empirical Survey

Aoyama journal of international politics, economics and business 69p.55 - 832006/05-2006/05

CiNii

Detail

ISSN:02895129

The Strength of Long Ties and the Weakness of Strong Ties: Knowledge Diffusion through Supply Chain Networks

Todo, Yasuyuki, Petr Matous, and Hiroyasu Inoue

RIETI Discussion Paper (No. 15-E-034) 2015-2015

Effects of Social Network Structure on the Diffusion and Adoption of Agricultural Technology: Evidence from Rural Ethiopia

Todo, Yasuyuki, Matous, Petr and Mojo, Dagne

Social Science Research Network Working Paper 2014-2014

絆が災害に対して強靭な企業をつくる-東日本大震災からの教訓-

戸堂康之, 中島賢太郎, Petr Matous

経済産業研究所ポリシーディスカッションペーパー 13p.6 - 62013-2013

日本の中小企業の海外生産委託

戸堂康之

学術の動向 2012-2p.66 - 732012-2012

Effects of Geography on Knowledge Diffusion from Multinational Enterprises: Evidence from Indonesia

Todo, Yasuyuki

COE Discussion Paper 392004-2004

外国直接投資は経済成長を促進するのか-実証研究の現状と展望-

戸堂康之

青山国際政経論集 (70) p.45 - 702006-2006

国際貿易は経済成長を促進するのか-実証研究の現状と展望-

戸堂康之

青山国際政経論集 (69) p.55 - 842006-2006

Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Grouwth : An Empirical Survey

Aoyama journal of international politics, economics and business 70p.45 - 702006/09-2006/09

CiNii

Detail

ISSN:02895129

Internationalization Will Revive the Japanese Economy

tits 17(2) p.66 - 732012-2012

CiNii

Detail

ISSN:1342-3363

Foreign Direct Investment versus Licensing as Charnnles of Technology Transfer

Todo, Yasuyuki

KOKUSAI KEIZAI 2000(51) p.84 - 852000-2000

CiNii

Detail

ISSN:0387-3943

The role of motorized transport and mobile phones in the diffusion of agricultural information in Tanggamus Regency, Indonesia

Matous, Petr, Yasuyuki Todo, Ayu Pratiwi

Transportation Peer Review Yes 42(5) p.771 - 7902015-2015

DOI

The effects of a participatory approach on the adoption of agricultural technology: Focusing on the social network structure in rural Ethiopia

Takahashi, Ryo, Yasuyuki Todo, and Terefe Degefa

Studies in Agricultural Economics Peer Review Yes 117p.50 - 56-2015

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Impact of Chinese Cross-Border Outbound M&As on Firm Performance: Econometric Analysis Using Firm-Level Data

Edamura, Kazuma, Sho Haneda, Tomohiko Inui, Xiaofei Tan, and Yasuyuki Todo

China Economic Review Peer Review Yes 30p.169 - 1792014-

DOI

Emergence of Multiplex Mobile Phone Communication Networks across Rural Areas: An Ethiopian Experiment

Matous, Petr, Yasuyuki Todo, Tatsuya Ishikawa

Network Science Peer Review Yes 2(2) p.162 - 1882014-2014

DOI

農業普及員による直接的技術移転とソーシャルラーニングを介した間接的技術移転-エチオピアの農村を事例として-

石川達也,Petr Matous,石渡文子,戸堂康之

国際開発研究 Peer Review Yes 23(1) p.175 - 1882014-

The Effects of Social Networks on the Diffusion of Consumer Goods: Evidence from Rural Indonesia

Nakai, Ryosuke and Yasuyuki Todo

Economics Bulletin 34(3) p.1814 - 18212014-2014

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Poverty Reduction during the Rural-Urban Transformation: The Role of the Missing Middle

Christiaensen, Luc and Yasuyuki Todo

World Development Peer Review Yes 63p.43 - 582014-2014

link

The impact of a shade coffee certification program on forest conservation using remote sensing and household data

Takahashi, Ryo and Yasuyuki Todo

Environmental Impact Assessment Review Peer Review Yes 44p.76 - 812014-2014

DOI

The Impact of a Shade Coffee Certification Program on Forest Conservation: A Case Study from a Wild Coffee Forest in Ethiopia

Takahashi, Ryo and Yasuyuki Todo

Journal of Environmental Management 130(30) p.48 - 542013-2013

DOI

Boots are Made for Walking: Interactions across Physical and Social Space in Infrastructure-Poor Regions

Matous, Petr, Yasuyuki Todo, Dagne Mojo Yadate

Journal of Transport Geography Peer Review Yes 31p.226 - 2352012-2012

DOI

Roles of Extension and Ethno-Religious Networks in Acceptance of Resource-Conserving Agriculture among Ethiopian Farmers,

Matous, Petr, Yasuyuki Todo, Dagne Mojo Yadate

International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability Peer Review Yes 11(4) p.301 - 3162013-2013

DOI

The Role of Rural Diversification and Secondary Towns

Christiaensen, Luc, Joachim De Weerdt, and Yasuyuki Todo

Agricultural Economics Peer Review Yes 44(4-5) p.435 - 4472013-2013

DOI

Impact of Community-Based Forest Management on Forest Protection: Evidence from an Aid-funded Project in Ethiopia

Takahashi, Ryo and Yasuyuki Todo

Environmental Management Peer Review Yes 50(3) p.396 - 4042012-2012

DOI

Intra-Industry Knowledge Spillovers from Foreign Direct Investment in R&D: Evidence from China’s “Silicon Valley

Todo, Yasuyuki, Weiying Zhang, and Li-An Zhou

Review of Development Economics Peer Review Yes 15(3) p.569 - 5852011-2011

DOI

Technological Impact of Placer Gold Mining on Water Quality: a Case Study of Tuul River Valley in the Zaamar Goldfield, Mongolia

Byambaa, Bayarlkham, Yasuyuki Todo, and Jambajamts Lkhamjav

Meteorological and Hydrological Issues Peer Review Yes 335(10) p.136 - 1432011-2011

Does Offshoring Pay? Firm-Level Evidence from Japan

Hijzen, Alexander, Tomohiko Inui, and Yasuyuki Todo

Economic Inquiry Peer Review Yes 48(4) p.880 - 8952010-2010

DOI

Is Foreign Aid a Vanguard of FDI? A Gravity-Equation Approach

Kimura, Hidemi and Yasuyuki Todo

経済産業研究所ディスカッションペーパー Peer Review Yes 07-J-002007-2007

DOI

Are Immigrants More Likely to Commit Crimes? Evidence from France

Aoki, Yu, and Yasuyuki Todo

Applied Economics Letters Peer Review Yes 16(15) p.1537 - 15412009-2009

DOI

What Determines Overseas R&D Activities? The Case of Japanese Multinational Firms

Shimizutani, Satoshi and Yasuyuki Todo

Research Policy Peer Review Yes 37(3) p.530 - 5442008-2008

DOI

Can Firms with Political Connections Borrow More Than Those Without? Evidence from Firm-level Data for Indonesia

Fu, Jiangtao, Daichi Shimamoto, and Yasuyuki Todo

RIETI Discussion Paper (15-E-087) 2015/07-2015/07

Can Firms with Political Connections Borrow More Than Those Without? Evidence from Firm-level Data for Indonesia

Shimamoto, Daichi, and Yasuyuki Todo

RIETI Discussion Paper (15-E-084) 2015/07-2015/07

"Dissolve the Keiretsu, or Die": A longitudinal study of disintermediation in the Japanese automobile manufacturing supply networks

Matous, Petr and Yasuyuki Todo

RIETI Discussion Paper (No. 15-E-039) 2015/04-2015/04

The Effects of Endogenous Interdependencies on Trade Network Formation across Space among Major Japanese Firms

Matous, Petr and Yasuyuki Todo

RIETI Discussion Paper (No. 14-E-020) 2014-2014

Effects of Business Networks on Firm Growth in a Cluster of Microenterprises: Evidence from rural Ethiopia,

Ishiwata, Ayako, Petr Matous, and Yasuyuki Todo

RIETI Discussion Paper (No. 14-E-014) 2014/03-2014/03

Impact of a shade coffee certification program on forest conservation: A case study from a wild coffee forest in Ethiopia

Takahashi, Ryo, and Yasuyuki Todo

JICA-RI Working Paper (No. 55) 2013/03-2013/03

中国輸出企業の特徴:日本の輸出企業との比較

伊藤恵子,乾友彦,権赫旭,戸堂康之

ESRI Discussion Paper, (274) 2011/09-2011/09

The Internationalization of Japanese Firms: New Findings Based on Firm-Level Data

Wakasugi, Ryuhei, Yasuyuki Todo, Hitoshi Sato, Shuichiro Nishioka, Toshiyuki Matsuura, Banri Ito, and Ayumu Tanaka

RIETI Discussion Paper (No. 08-E-036) 2008/10-2008/10

Do Multinational’s R&D Activities Stimulate Indigenous Entrepreneurship? Evidence from China’s “Silicon Valley

Cai, Hongbin, Yasuyuki Todo, and Li-An Zhou

NBER Working Paper (No. 13618) 2007/11-2007/11

The Effects of Multinational Production on Domestic Performance: Evidence from Japanese Firms

Hijzen, Alexander, Tomohiko Inui, and Yasuyuki Todo

RIETI Discussion Paper (No. 07-E-006) 2007/03-2007/03

How Effective are Investment Promotion Agencies? Evidence from China

Ni, Bin; Todo, Yasuyuki; Inui, Tomohiko

Japanese Economic Review 68(2) p.232 - 2432017/06-2017/06

DOIScopus

Detail

ISSN:13524739

Outline:© 2016 Japanese Economic Association Using both firm-level and city-level data from the Chinese National Bureau of Statistics and unique information on investment promotion agencies (IPA) in China, the present paper evaluates whether IPA affect foreign direct investment (FDI) from the perspective of both intensive and extensive margins; that is, re-investment by incumbent foreign-owned firms and total new FDI inflows into the city, respectively. After controlling for potential determinants of FDI and correcting for biases due to endogeneity, we find that, in general, IPA do not necessarily increase FDI in either case. However, IPA are found to promote re-investment by large foreign-owned firms. The results imply difficulty in the dissemination of information about the business environment to foreign investors.

Energy and resilience: The effects of endogenous interdependencies on trade network formation across space among major Japanese firms

Matous, Petr; Matous, Petr; Todo, Yasuyuki

Network Science 4(2) p.141 - 1632016/06-2016/06

DOIScopus

Detail

ISSN:20501242

Outline:© Copyright 2016 Cambridge University Press.The dynamic drivers of interfirm interactions across space have rarely been explored in the context of disaster recovery; therefore, the mechanism through which shocks propagate is unclear. This paper uses stochastic actor-oriented modeling to examine how trade networks among the 500 largest Japanese companies evolved during 2010 and 2011, i.e. before and after the Great East Japan Earthquake to identify sources of vulnerability in the system. In contrast to previous reports on broken supply chains, the network displayed only modest change even in the directly affected areas. Controlling for distance and for firm size, we find that when firms changed their partners, they preferred firms that were popular among other firms, that had partners in common with them and that also bought some products or services from them. These findings concur with a criticism that Japanese firms avoid external actors and exhibit inflexibility in reorganizing their networks in times of need, which contrasts with the non-cliquish network structures observed in high-performing economic sectors. The results also highlight the role of energy firms in disaster resilience. Unlike other large Japanese companies that cluster in major urban centers, energy firms are distributed across Japan. However, despite their peripheral physical locations, energy firms are centrally located in trade networks. Thus, while a disaster in any region may affect some energy firms and lead to large-scale temporary shocks, the entire network is unlikely to be disconnected by any region-specific disaster because of the spatial distribution of the topological network core formed by energy companies.

The strength of long ties and the weakness of strong ties: Knowledge diffusion through supply chain networks

Todo, Yasuyuki; Matous, Petr; Inoue, Hiroyasu

Research Policy 45(9) p.1890 - 19062016/11-2016/11

DOIScopus

Detail

ISSN:00487333

Outline:© 2016 The Author(s)Using a large firm-level panel dataset for Japan, this paper examines the effects of the structure of supply chain networks on productivity and innovation capability through knowledge diffusion. We find that ties with distant suppliers improve productivity (as measured by sales per worker) more than ties with neighboring suppliers, which is likely because distant firms’ intermediates embody more diversified knowledge than those from neighboring firms. Ties with neighboring clients improve productivity more than ties with distant clients, which is likely because neighboring clients more effectively diffuse disembodied knowledge than distant clients. By contrast, ties with distant suppliers and clients improve innovative capability (as measured by the number of registered patents), whereas ties with neighboring suppliers or clients do not affect innovative capability. In addition, the density of a firm's ego network (as measured by how densely its supply chain partners transact with one another) has a negative effect on productivity and innovative capability, implying knowledge redundancy in dense networks. These results suggest that access to diversified ties is important for improving productivity and innovation capability through knowledge diffusion.

Coffee Certification and Forest Quality: Evidence from a Wild Coffee Forest in Ethiopia

Takahashi, Ryo; Todo, Yasuyuki

World Development 92p.158 - 1662017/04-2017/04

DOIScopus

Detail

ISSN:0305750X

Outline:© 2016 The Author(s) Shade coffee certification programs that aim to conserve the forest and to prevent forest degradation have attracted an increasing amount of attention. However, such programs’ impact on forest degradation remains unclear because of the absence of empirical evidence. In addition, there is heated debate about whether certification programs create an incentive for producers to expand their coffee-growing areas, which may accelerate forest degradation in the surrounding natural forest. This study, which was conducted in Ethiopia, aimed to evaluate the impact of a shade coffee certification program on forest degradation. Additionally, to provide empirical evidence for the debate, we examined the spillover effects of certification to surrounding forest areas and used remote sensing data of 2005 and 2010 to classify forest areas based on their density. We applied matching methods, such as the propensity score matching with different algorithms, to compare forest coffee areas with and without the certification. We found that the certified forest coffee areas slightly increased in forest density. By contrast, we observed drastic forest degradation in the forest coffee areas without certification. We checked the sensitivity of our results and found that our results are robust to potential hidden bias. Furthermore, our empirical results revealed that the natural forest areas within a 100-m radius from the forest coffee boundary area exhibited significantly reduced forest degradation compared with forest areas under similar environmental conditions but that such positive and significant impact diminished after 100-m distance. These results indicate that the certification program is effective in alleviating forest degradation in the certified area and in the surrounding natural forest.

Can firms with political connections borrow more than those without? Evidence from firm-level data for Indonesia

Fu, Jiangtao; Shimamoto, Daichi; Todo, Yasuyuki; Todo, Yasuyuki

Journal of Asian Economics 52p.45 - 552017/10-2017/10

DOIScopus

Detail

ISSN:10490078

Outline:© 2017 Elsevier Inc. Using a unique firm-level dataset for the manufacturing sector in Indonesia, we examine how firms’ political connections affect their access to finance and performance. We determine individual firm's political connections by identifying whether the government owns shares in the firm, whether politicians are on its board of directors, and whether highly-ranked managers personally know any politician. Although several studies have examined effects of political connections on firms financing and performance, we contribute to the literature by distinguishing between large firms and small and medium enterprises (SMEs), between the loan approval and amount setting processes, and between formal and informal political connections. We find that politically connected firms are more likely to be able to borrow from state-owned banks. Moreover, being connected to the government raises the probability that a firm can receive the full loan amount it applied for. The improvement in access to finance from political connections is more prominent for SMEs than for large firms. Furthermore, such improvement mostly comes from personal connections with politicians rather than more formal connections measured by the government ownership or politicians on the board of directors. Finally, we examine the effect of political connected lending on allocative efficiency of capital and find weak evidence that scarce financial resources are likely channeled by state-owned banks to politically connected but less productive firms.

An experiment in strengthening the networks of remote communities in the face of environmental change: leveraging spatially distributed environmental memory

Matous, Petr; Matous, Petr; Todo, Yasuyuki

Regional Environmental Change p.1 - 122018/03-2018/03

DOIScopus

Detail

ISSN:14363798

Outline:© 2018 The Author(s) Agrarian communities in different regions develop diverse coping strategies to address the environmental changes they face. In this work, we test how to stimulate farmers’ social learning across diverse regions to promote informed responses to soil degradation. We invited 117 randomly selected members of 16 randomly selected Sumatran communities to three 3-day networking and training events in regions with diverse socio-environmental histories. One event was held in the respondents’ remote rural district (Tanggamus), the second was held in a more densely populated region on Sumatra Island (Kalianda), and the third was held in a heavily populated region on Java Island (Garut and Ciamis). Eighteen months later, we surveyed the information-sharing networks and agricultural practices of 370 members of these communities. The participants had become popular sources of agricultural advice, but the strength of this impact depended on the region in which their networking intervention was conducted. The participants in the event on Java had become the most central members of their communities. Although all the participants received the same formal information, those who interacted with the farmers in a region with the longest history of population pressure and land degradation management were more likely to adopt the recommended practices. The participants in this intervention doubled their odds of adopting organic fertilizers compared with those who networked only with peers in their local environment. Environmental memory of coping with change can be shared between regions through social learning, which can be stimulated by simple interventions.

Books And Publication

Internationalization of Japanese Firms

Todo, Yasuyuki, Wakasugi, Ryuhei(ed)(Joint authorship)

Springer2014/03-2014/03

Detali

Outline:The Role of Non-Productivity Factors in the Internationalization of Firms

企業の国際化による日本の再生-政策の役割を議論する-

戸堂康之(Other)

2012/09-2012/09

経済成長と制度

戸堂康之,社会経済史学会編『社会経済史学の課題と展望』(Sharing writing)

有斐閣2012/06-2012/06

Inward and Outward FDI of Japan,

Todo, Yasuyuki, Sussangkarn, Chalongphob, Yung Chul Park, and Sung Jin Kang eds., Foreign Direct Investment in Asia(Sharing writing)

Routledge2011-2011

Research Grants & Projects

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Research Adoption Situation

Research Classification:

Emerging State Project

2013/-0-2018/-0

Allocation Class:¥77350000

Research Classification:

Political economy analysis on factors to prevent network diversity

2013/-0-2018/-0

Allocation Class:¥109330000

Research Classification:

The Role of Social Networks in Economic Development in Less Developed Countries: Analysis Based on Social Experiments and Micro-data

2012/-0-2016/-0

Allocation Class:¥12350000

Research Classification:

Prescriptive Innovation Strategy for Sustainable InfrastructureDevelopment: Filling the Gap between Urban Needs and Innovation

2010/-0-2013/-0

Allocation Class:¥9360000

Research Classification:

Diffusion of Energy-Saving Technologies in Less Developed Countries

Allocation Class:¥8450000

Research Classification:

Further development of spatial economics in the age of globalization and brain power society.

2009/-0-2013/-0

Allocation Class:¥42120000

Research Classification:

Global Outsourcing and Dynamics of Economic System

Allocation Class:¥43680000

Research Classification:

Does Japanese development aid contribute to technology transfer to less developed countries-Analysis using firm-level data

Allocation Class:¥7870000

Research Classification:

Interactions between multi-layered networks and their economic effects: Beyond single-network analysis

2018/-1-2022/-0

Allocation Class:¥17940000

Research Classification:

Economic and psychological effects of network diversification

2018/-0-2023/-0

Allocation Class:¥43940000

Research Classification:

Emerging state project

2015/-1-2018/-0

Allocation Class:¥41860000

Research Classification:

Innovation dynamics and development of spatial economics

2014/-0-2017/-0

Allocation Class:¥24310000

On-campus Research System

Special Research Project

企業ネットワークが日本経済に与える影響に関するミクロ計量経済学的実証分析

2014

Research Results Outline:本研究では、日本において約80万社、約400万の取引関係を網羅したデータから、製造業でデータのそろった約4万社を抽出して、特にどのようなサプライチェー本研究では、日本において約80万社、約400万の取引関係を網羅したデータから、製造業でデータのそろった約4万社を抽出して、特にどのようなサプライチェーン・ネットワークを通じてより活発に技術が伝わるのかを分析した。その結果、企業は、多様な取引先とつな...本研究では、日本において約80万社、約400万の取引関係を網羅したデータから、製造業でデータのそろった約4万社を抽出して、特にどのようなサプライチェーン・ネットワークを通じてより活発に技術が伝わるのかを分析した。その結果、企業は、多様な取引先とつながることで生産性やイノベーション力を伸ばしていることが明らかとなった。これは、多様な取引先から多様な技術や知識を吸収できるからだと考えられる。この成果は、Tokyo Network Workshopなどで発表し、経済産業研究所よりディスカッションペーパーとして刊行された。

Lecture Course

Course TitleSchoolYearTerm
Graduation Thesis[J] (Todo, Y)School of Political Science and Economics2019spring semester
Graduation Thesis[J] (Todo, Y)School of Political Science and Economics2019fall semester
Doctoral Research Guidance on Asian Economy A(Todo, Y)Graduate School of Economics2019spring semester
Doctoral Research Guidance on Asian Economy B(Todo, Y)Graduate School of Economics2019fall semester