Name

SUZUKI, Tomo

Tomo Suzuki (Known as)

Official Title

Professor (Applied Instititional Mechanism Design ・Accounting)

Affiliation

(School of Commerce)

Profile

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Tomo Suzuki 鈴木智英.jpg 【 Profile 】Born in Minami-Izu, a small fishing village in Japan. Passed the Certified Public Accountant Exam., while reading for Bachelor's Degree in Management at Meiji University, and worked for one of the Big 4 accounting firms in Tokyo. Before turning 30, Tomo moved to London to study Philosophy of Social Sciences (MSc.) at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), followed by the University of Oxford where he obtained his D.Phil (Doctor of Philosophy) by Thesis: Accounting and Economics - Epistemology of Economic Reality from an Accounting Point of View. He stayed on in Oxford where he served as Professor of Accounting and Sustainability Management. After 20 years in Oxford, having seen a favorable research outcome in India (see below) in 2015, Tomo decided to go through a series of operations in Japan where the only and only one experimental treatment was available. In September 2017, he re-commenced his academic career in Tokyo. Having passed his first half academic career, Tomo shifted a means of his research output from journal papers to government reports and policy discussion papers in order to bring life to academic research. He has worked with a number of international organizations including the UN, UNEP and UNCTAD, the office of Queen Elizabeth, the Prince of Wales (Accounting for Sustainability Foundation), the government of China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan and others, and continue to develop "intellectually implementable ideas" for public interest in medium term. (5 - 15 years).

【 Research / Expertise 】Applied Institutional Mechanism Design, particularly for Sustainable Development drawing upon accounting, economics and finance regulations. The recent One Additional Line Revolution in India has attracted a lot of international attention as the most elegant and effective application of Institutional Mechanism Design which amended short-terministic behavior of Indian companies as the cause of unsustainable development. While writing up a monograph on his experience in emerging economies, Tomo now shifts his focus of research to a new area: "Sustainability Management of Matured Socio-Economies", which is a challange not only for advanced nations such as the US or Japan but also for emerging countries such as China, Brazil and India in 25 years' time. In fact, Tomo has already published a 217-page policy discussion paper The Impact of IFRS on Wider Stakeholders of Socio-Economy in Japan from the Financial Services Agency, the Government of Japan, on 14 June 2012 when the Minister announced Japan's financial accounting policy in relation to its socio-economic management. Tomo intends to develop new ideas of accounting and financial regulations which would help management of quasi-fully-matured economies under which public perception of decreased "happiness" is a commonly observed while nominal Sales and GDP show decent growth.

【 Teaching / PhD supervision 】Tomo was accredited for many years as the best professor at Oxford University (MBA, EMBA, UG and others), largely due to his teaching of accounting in relation to sustainability management of socio-economies as well as companies. His mission at Waseda is to broaden students' international horizon and improve their research-ability in the globalized society. Tomo is actively recruiting PhD students (English supervision and dissertation; as well as Japanese). He is keen to work with overseas students who are interested in the relationship between accounting and socio-economic management (broadly defined), and is also very open-minded in terms of methodology. Candidates should not be narrowly bound to the Hypothtico-Statistical Empirical Method. Send your CV to make informal inquiries. Click PhD Recruitment for details.

Contact Information

Mail Address

Mail Address
t.suzuki@waseda.jp

Address・Phone Number・Fax Number

Address
Building No. 11, Dept. of Commerce, Waseda University, 1-6-1, Nishi-Waseda, Shinjyuku-Ku, 1698050, Tokyo, Japan
Phone Number
+81 3 5286 2023 (Preferred via email)

URL

Web Page URL

https://www.linkedin.com/in/tomosuzuki/(Linkedin Profile)

https://bimbie.academia.edu/TomoSuzuki(Academia - Papers)

https://www.facebook.com/tomo.suzuki.oxford(Facebook (Oxford-Waseda))

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Researcher Number
50813648

Sub-affiliation

Sub-affiliation

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

Affiliated Institutes

会計研究所

研究所員 2018-

Educational background・Degree

Educational background

1987-1991 Meiji University
1994-1995 London School of Economics and Political Sceience (LSE), Dept of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, Philosophy of Social Sciences,
1996-2001 University of Oxford, SAID Business School,

Career

1990-CPA (Jr.) Exam
1994-CPA (full) Exam
1990-1994One of Big 4 Accounting Firms
1996-1999p/t Teacher / Lecturer at LSE & Oxford
2000-2002University of LondonSchool of ManagementLecturer
2002-2008University of OxfordSAID Business SchoolLecturer (Tenured 2007)
2008-2012University of OxfordSAID Business SchoolReader / Head of Accounting Group
2012-2015University of OxfordSAID Business SchoolProfessor of Accounting and Sustainability Management
2016-Retired due to illness / Experimental medical operation in Japan

Academic Society Joined

Oxford Institutional Mechanism Design Prof. / Chief Economist

OfficerCareer(Outside the campus)

2006-2010Prince of Wales Accounting for Sustainability (A4S) FoundationInitial Academic Member
2005-2011Ministry of Finance, ChinaAdviser on International Accounting issues
2009-2010University of OsakaProfessor (Special Appointment for Sustainability Science)

Interview Guide

Category
Social sciences
Research Field
Sustainability Management of Matured Economy, Sustainability Management of Developing Economies; Applied Institutional Mechanism Design, University Reform (Research and Education)
Keywords
Sustainable development, Sustainability management, Institutional Mechanism Design

Research Field

Keywords

Institutional Mechanism Design,Applied Institutional Mechanism Design,Sustainability,Sustainable Development,Sustainability of Matured Economy,Accounting and Public Policies,Methodology of Economics,Philosophy of Economics,Economic Policy,Aesthetics for Socio-Institutional Management

Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research classification

Social sciences / Economics / Design and evaluation of sustainable and environmental conscious system

Social sciences / Economics / Accounting

Complex systems / Environmental conservation / Design and evaluation of sustainable and environmental conscious system

Social sciences / Politics / Design and evaluation of sustainable and environmental conscious system

Cooperative Research Theme Desire

Instititional Mechanism Design for Sustainable Development

Institution:Cooperative research with other research organization including private (industrial) sectors

Purpose:Technical consultation、Sponsord research、Collaboration research、Other

Contents Desire:Applied (i.e., implementable) Institutiona Mechanism Design for Developing and Matured Econnomies' Sustainability

New Account-ing Data System for Future - Post-Demand, Post-Competition and Declining Population

Institution:Cooperative research with other research organization including private (industrial) sectors

Purpose:Technical consultation、Sponsord research、Collaboration research、Other

Paper

The Accounting Figuration of Business Statistics as a Foundation for the Spread of Economic Ideas (AOS; Top A* journal in Accounting category) Vol. 28. pp. 65-95.

Tomo Suzuki

Accounting Organizations and Society (AOS; Top A* journal in Accounting category) Peer Review Yes 28p.65 - 952003-

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The Epistemology of Macroeconomic Reality: The Keynesian Revolution from an Accounting Point of View; Accounting Organizations and Society. (AOS: Top A* journal in Accounting category) Vol. 28. pp. 471-517.

Tomo Suzuki

Accounting Organizations and Society (AOS; Top A* journal in Accounting category) Peer Review Yes 28p.471 - 5172003-

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Viewpoint: Accounting for What?

Tomo Suzuki

Business at Oxford 2003(3) p.30-2003-

The Politics of Economic Measurement: the Rise of the Productivity Problem in the 1940s

Tomo Suzuki (Trans.)

2003-

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Detail

ISSN:4502240206

=Report to Rockefeller Center: Theoretical, Political and Institutional Aspects of U.S. National Accounting and Economic Statistics Development (Examination of Nobel Laureate Simon Kuznets’s primary archives, which are held at the Rockefeller Archives Centre, in relation to the development of national accounting and economics data.).

Tomo Suzuki

2005-

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Report to the Ministry of Finance, the Government of the People’s Republic of China Unexplored Impacts of IAS / ISFR in China – Policy Implications for the Relationship between Accounting and Sustainable Growth of Chinese Socio-economy (中国財政部ポリシー・ペーパー Confidential under the ministerial regulations of the Ministry of Finance)

Tomo Suzuki

中国財政部ポリシー・ペーパー 2005-

Detail

Outline:Confidential document

Accounting for the Euro: The Operationalisation of Political Economy; Society for Advancement of Socio-Economics Conference, Meeting, Budapest, July, 2005. 5.

Tomo Suzuki

Society for Advancement of Socio-Economics (Socio-Economic Review) p.1 - 212005-

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National accounting, corporate accounting and global standardization; Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Management (ed. C. L. Cooper) Oxford; Vol. 1, Accounting. An entry in Section: Accounting and Macroeconomics.

Tomo Suzuki

Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Management (ed. C. L. Cooper) Oxford; Vol. 1, Accounting. An entry in Section: Accounting and Macroeconomics. Peer Review Yes Invitation Yes 1p.318 - 322006-

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Detail

ISSN:978-1-405-11827-9

A History of Japanese Management Accounting. In Handbook of Management Accounting Research. Chapman, C., Hopwood, A., and Shields, M. (eds.). Elsevier, UK

Tomo Suzuki, with Okano, H.

Handbook of Management Accounting Research Invitation Yes 2p.1139 - 11572006-

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Detail

Outline:Since the 1980s, the term “Japanese management accounting” has attracted serious attention, not in the least because of Japanese companies’ international competitiveness. However, the term is often used without defining its exact referent. What is Japanese management accounting? Where does it come from? Are there any defining characteristics that make it “Japanese,” which enhance Japanese companies’ international competitiveness? Is Japanese management accounting particularly socially and culturally determined, and therefore, rarely applicable in foreign companies? After examining the evolution of Japanese management accounting, from the mid–nineteenth century to the year 2000, this chapter addresses the aforementioned questions from historical perspectives.

Accounting for the growth and transformation of Chinese businesses and the Chinese economy: implications for transitional and development economics.

Tomo Suzuki, Yan Yan & Bingyi Chen

Socio-Economic Review (Top A* journal in Socioeconomics category) Peer Review Yes 5(4) p.665 - 6942007-

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Book Review: Developments in the International Harmonization of Accounting; Edited by Christopher W. Nobes. The New Library of International Accounting series (Series Editor Christopher W. Nobes). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 448 pp. Hardback ISBN 1 84376 097 5; European Accounting Review.

Tomo Suzuki

European Accounting Review Peer Review Yes Invitation Yes 16(4) p.863 - 8662007-

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Accounting for the growth and transformation of Chinese businesses and the Chinese economy: implications for transitional and development economics. Socio-Economic Review (SER: Top A* journal in Socioeconomics category), Vol. 5, No. 4. pp. 665-694.

Suzuki, T., Yan, Y and Chen, B.

Socio-Economic Review (SER: Top A* journal in Socioeconomics category) Peer Review Yes 5(4) p.665 - 694.2007-

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Detail

Outline:Within the last decade, international accounting, as a common language of business and a mode of governance, has come to be widely disseminated in China, and has become an indispensable infrastructure of its socio-economy. This diffusion of accounting was propagated as a national strategy for growth, led by a few senior officials as key actors, and implemented through the National Accounting Institutes (NAIs) as a distinct institutional mechanism. Despite its importance, accounting is rarely examined in the literatures of knowledge transfer, institutional sociology, transitional economics and development studies. Drawing on the multidisciplinary methods of contemporary history, this paper casts light on the NAIs as a focal point which effectively transfers and disseminates new knowledge, order and the spirit of a market economy, and which could be further developed, with cautions, as a replicable model for transitional and developing economies.

Socio-Economic Impacts of International Accounting Standards. Socio-Economic Review, Vol. 5, No. 4. pp. 585-602.

Tomo Suzuki, with Biondi, Y.

Socio-Economic Review (Top Journal A* in socio-economics) Peer Review Yes 5(4) p.585 - 6022007-

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Detail

Outline:‘Why discuss accounting in Socio-Economic Review?’ ‘Because accounting constructs socio-economic reality.’ ‘How?!’ ‘Theoretically speaking, there should be many ways of doing “account-ing” — an act of explaining business realities to multiple stakeholders of socio-economies. Practically speaking, however, the current trend is to use “Fair Value Accounting” which is considered to be useful particularly for investors, and this is now being globally standardized.’ ‘What are the impacts of such new accounting on wider stakeholders and on the socio-economy at large?’ ‘Many aspects of our life may have been undemocratically administrated without being noticed, because the Fair Value Accounting is presumed to be fair, while it is not.’ In order to promote discussions over how our socio-economies should be accounted for, this paper introduces, in a reader-friendly manner, problems of the International Accounting Standards (IAS) and the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)1, and calls for diverse perspectives of future research.

A History of Japanese Accounting Reforms as a Microfoundation of the Democratic Socio-Economy: Accountings Part II. Accounting Organizations and Society (AOS: Top A* jounal in Accounting). Vol. 32 No. 6, pp. 543-575.

Tomo Suzuki

Accounting Organizations and Society (AOS: Top A* jounal in Accounting category). Peer Review Yes 32(6) p.543 - 5752007-

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Detail

Outline:Immediately after WWII, unlike statisticians’ reforms, accountants failed to establish the Cabinet-controlled Accounting Committee and Accounting Law which were originally envisaged as the key to successful “Accountics”: the management of the socio-economy through standardized accounting (Part I). Nevertheless, July 1948 is regarded as the beginning of Japan’s accounting revolution, as academic accountants accomplished a series of fundamental reforms. Part II examines the process through which micro financial systems were swiftly developed as a microfoundation of the new “democratic” socio-economy. First, academics implemented new accounting for large companies in order to dilute the Zaibatsu- and Imperial-centred regime; followed by censored and standardized accounting education for SMEs and the public in order to change the public perception of the roles of businesses in society. The foci of examination are the political manoeuvres of reformers, the consequences of new accounting, and pragmatic philosophy of the academics in action. Towards the end of the paper, some implications of this history are considered in relation to the impacts of the IAS/IFRS on today’s international socio-economy.

Accountics: Impacts of Internationally Standardized Accounting on the Japanese Socio-Economy. Accounting Organizations and Society (AOS: Top A* journal in Accounting category)

Tomo Suzuki

Accounting Organizations and Society (AOS; Top A* journal in Accounting category) 32(3) p.263 - 3012007-

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Detail

Outline:This is a case study of the dissemination of internationally standardized accounting to a nation where standardized accounting was hitherto only loosely practised under domestic conditions. Soon after World War II, a growing interest in socio-economic management, rather than microeconomic or corporate financing, accelerated the implementation of standardized accounting in Japan. In order to make unintelligible delineations of the economy and its constituent firms comprehensible, official and governable, both national and corporate accounting came to occupy an important position as a formal mode of economic data and management. The actors were the officials of the Allied Powers, economic statisticians and academic accountants; whose motives, political manoeuvres and consequences are here reconstructed based on the primary archives of, and interviews with, those who were directly involved in this revolution. The revolution directed new courses of the Japanese economy and firms through the development of ‘‘statistical habits of thought’’. In order to clarify the relevance of this history to today’s international accounting issues, a few comparative references are also made to the recent development and implementation process of International Accounting Standards and International Financial Reporting Standards (IAS/IFRS).

A history of Japanese accounting reforms as a microfoundation of the democratic socio-economy: Accountics Part II. Accounting Organizations and Society (AOS: Top A* journal in Accounting category)

Tomo Suzuki

Accounting Organizations and Society (AOS: Top A* journal in Accounting category) Peer Review Yes 32(6) p.543 - 5752007-

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Detail

Outline:Immediately after WWII, unlike statisticians’ reforms, accountants failed to establish the Cabinet-controlled Accounting Committee and Accounting Law which were originally envisaged as the key to successful “Accountics”: the management of the socio-economy through standardized accounting (Part I). Nevertheless, July 1948 is regarded as the beginning of Japan’s accounting revolution, as academic accountants accomplished a series of fundamental reforms. Part II examines the process through which micro financial systems were swiftly developed as a microfoundation of the new “democratic” socio-economy. First, academics implemented new accounting for large companies in order to dilute the Zaibatsu- and Imperial-centred regime; followed by censored and standardized accounting education for SMEs and the public in order to change the public perception of the roles of businesses in society. The foci of examination are the political manoeuvres of reformers, the consequences of new accounting, and pragmatic philosophy of the academics in action. Towards the end of the paper, some implications of this history are considered in relation to the impacts of the IAS/IFRS on today’s international socio-economy.

The Art of Accounting; Mint Column, The Wall Street Journal. 26 Nov. 2007.

Tomo Suzuki

The Wall Street Journal. 26 Nov. 2007. 26 Nov. 2007.(26 Nov. 2007.) 2007/11-

Examining Accounting Research under Global Socio-Economic Conditions in Accounting (The Journal Japan Accounting Association.). pp. 361-373 & 417-451, No. 3, Vol. CLXXV (Vol. 175). Tokyo, Japan. Text in Japanese

Tomo Suzuki

Accounting Invitation Yes 175(3) p.53 - 652009-

A Horse of Another Colour: International Accounting Standards Need to Recognise Differences. In Business at Oxford. Oxford, UK

Tomo Suzuki

Business at Oxford Invitation Yes Summer 2010(17) p.34 - 352010-

The Socio-Economic Impact of IFRS on Wider Stakeholders in India. On the request of the Minister of Corporate Affairs (MCA) in India, Hon. Mr, Salman Khurshid and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in India (ICAI), Delhi, India. 140 pages. インド政府報告書

Tomo Suzuki & Jaypal Jain

p.1 - 1402010-

Accounting for Nuclear Power Plants – cases from China, India and Japan.

Tomo Suzuki

2011-

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Outline:Originally supporting nuclear power based on various economic calculations exemplified in three different countries, but later changed and withdrawn, due to the author's realization that social policies such as nuclear power should possess the property of “cancelability” when facing the policy failure.

Designing Socio-Environmental Disclosure Regulation for Developing Countries’ Sustainable Growth – An Experimental Research. In Development of Socio-Economic Information Disclosure (ed., by K. Kokubu), Chuo-Keizai-Sha, Tokyo, Japan. Chapter 10; 2013

Tomo Suzuki

Invitation Yes p.221 - 2492013-

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Detail

Outline:The first publication about the One Additional Line, which was published only in Japanese so that the project would not be known in English to pursue legalization and implementation in India.

Financialisation of global markets: the role of private sector accounting standard setting;Law and Financial Markets Review

Tomo Suzuki, with Anderson, D.

Law and Financial Markets Review Peer Review Yes 8(1) p.20 - 262014-

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Detail

Outline:Financial reporting often creates new realities rather than merely reflecting reality. How, then, would the globalization of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), as a specific mode of presenting reality, affect our markets? Drawing on fair value accounting instead of traditional historical cost accounting, IFRS makes the business realm and society amenable to financialisation. This process of converting real markets into tradable components, particularly by the private sector, may not contribute to sustainable market growth. This paper introduces three case studies to illustrate the significant impact IFRS makes on real sector markets. These consequences would in turn affect financial markets in the long term.

The consequences of private relationship between audit partners and their clients; Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics

Tomo Suzuki, with Chen, H. and Luo, L

Asia-Pacific Journal of Accounting & Economics Peer Review Yes p.1 - 252017/10-

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Detail

Outline:A private partner–client relation is revealed when sometimes signing audit partners and their clients switch to new audit firms but the audit partners continue to sign on audit reports for these clients in the new audit firms. In this study, we examine the economic consequences associated with such a private relation between audit partners and their clients. Using data from China, where the names of signing audit partners are identified in audit reports, we find that clients with private partner–client relationship tend to have higher costs of equity capital, lower firm values, and poorer future stock and accounting performances than their counterparts with no private partner–client relationship. Additional analyses show that the unfavorable consequences are not mitigated after the enforcement of mandatory audit partner rotation requirement in China. The findings imply that impaired independence at the audit partner level adversely affects clients and that more actions need to be taken to sever the private bond between audit partners and their clients.

Keywords: Audit partner independence, private relationship, cost of equity capital, firm value

IFRS (IAS 41), Plantation and Sustainable Development

Tomo Suzuki

The Case Centre p.1 - 252012/07-

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Detail

Outline:This paper / case is based on Professor Tomo Suzuki's research regarding the impact of IFRS / IAS on South Eastern Asian countries where plantations occupy the most important sector of their economy - often more than 50% of GDP. Originally, these countries announced the full adoption of IFRS / IAS, but later curved out IAS 41 as it would devastate their plantation industries. Professor Tomo Suzuki worked with Ministers and senior officials of these countries to make them realize the negative impact of IAS 41 on their countries' plantations and agriculture. Later, International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) changed its position to apply IAS 41 to plantations. https://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2010/08/09/planters-concerned-over-new-accounting-standard/

Case Study: Oxford BioMedica plc.

Tomo Suzuki

Case Center (University of Oxford) p.1 - 132009-

Adjusting Short-term Profit Maximization Behavior by One Additional Line: India's CSR Accounting Revolution

Tomo Suzuki

Scientific Trend Invitation Yes 23(6) p.52 - 552018/06-

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The Impact of IFRS on Wider Stakeholders of Socio-Economy in Japan’. On therequest of the State Minister Shozaburo Jimi, Financial Services Agency, the Government of Japan. (Release on the day of the Policy Announcement by the Minister of Financial Services: 2012 June 14)

Tomo Suzuki

Policy Discussion Paper of Financial Services Agency p.1 - 2172012/03-

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Subjective Well-Being and Accounting: Under Quisi-Full Demand, Quasi-Full Competition and Declined Population

Tomo Hi de Suzuki

Accounting Invitation Yes 1月号<特集>p.97 - 1052019/01-

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Outline:In 25 years' time, when demand is quasi-full, competition is quasi-perfect and population has started declining on the global scale, our businesses would no longer expect high profits which, in the past, functioned as the purpose of motivations (or the "invisible hands") that contributed to the development of our modern society. If we are to face this unprecedented change for centuries, what can be the new form of business and economic data in which management of new society can be effectively conducted?

Accounting as Nudge of Institutional Mechanism Design

Invitation Yes 197(1) p.52 - 642020/01-

Towards Institutional Mechanism Design of Disclosure, Corporate Governance and Market for Sustainable Mature Socio-Economy (with Critical Review of Quarterly Reporting)

Tomo Suzuki

(近刊) p.1 - 2502020/03-

Research Grants & Projects

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Research Adoption Situation

Research Classification:

"Accountics" for Sustainability Management of Post-Growth / Matured Socio-Economies

2018/06-2021/03

Allocation Class:¥6370000

Research Classification:

Developing Sustainability Accounting for Mature Socio-Economies Drawing upon Applied Institutional Mechanism Design and Social Philosophy

2018/04-2023/03

Allocation Class:¥15990000

On-campus Research System

Special Research Project

次世代に世界的準需要飽和・成熟経済社会を迎えた段階でのサステナビリティ会計・経済統計

2018

Research Results Outline:In 25 years' time, when demand is quasi-full, competition is quasi-perfect In 25 years' time, when demand is quasi-full, competition is quasi-perfect and population started declining on the global sc...In 25 years' time, when demand is quasi-full, competition is quasi-perfect and population started declining on the global scale, our businesses would no longer expect high profits which hitherto functioned as the purpose of motivations that contributed to the development of our modern society (i.e., the "invisible hands"). The research has addressed the question of "if we are to face such unprecedented change for centuries, what can be the new form of business and economic data which enables policy makers to manage new society?". Two relevant publications have already emerged, and the author has been invited to three major conferences during 2019 to introduce the topic which is internationally under developed. 

Foreign Researcher Acceptance Situation

2017-

Acceptance Person Affiliation Original Institution:Any PhD students / Faculty members with good intentions(Any nationalities are welcome to visit / collaborate)

Detail

Comment:Overseas visitors / collaborators / PhD students are keenly sought, particularly from Brazil, China, EU, India, Russia and South Eastern Asian countries.

Lecture Course

Course TitleSchoolYearTerm
Introduction to Accounting 3School of Commerce2020spring semester
Introduction to Accounting 4School of Commerce2020spring semester
Accounting: Financial Literacy for All 1School of Commerce2020fall semester
International Research Practices: Accounting, Economics and Politics 1School of Commerce2020spring semester
Accounting, Economics and Society IASchool of Commerce2020spring semester
Accounting, Economics and Society IBSchool of Commerce2020fall semester
Accounting, Economics and Society IIASchool of Commerce2020spring semester
Accounting, Economics and Society IIBSchool of Commerce2020fall semester
Advanced Financial AccountingGraduate School of Commerce2020fall semester
Accounting and Socio-Economic PolicyGraduate School of Commerce2020spring semester
Accounting and Socio-Economic PolicyGraduate School of Commerce2020fall semester
Accounting and Socio-Economic Policy (M)Graduate School of Commerce2020spring semester
Accounting and Socio-Economic Policy (M)Graduate School of Commerce2020fall semester
Accounting and Socio-Economic Policy (D)Graduate School of Commerce2020spring semester
Accounting and Socio-Economic Policy (D)Graduate School of Commerce2020fall semester