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KAWABATA Yuki
School of Management
Professor
Last Updated :2021/06/21

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Name

  • Name

    KAWABATA Yuki

Profile & Settings

  • Profile

    Yuki Kawabata, Ph. D., is a Professor of School of Management in Chukyo University. He received Ph.D. (Industrial Engineering and Management) from Tokyo Institute of Technology. He previously worked for International University of Japan, House of Representatives, and PricewaterhouseCoopers etc. His main fields of research are inter-organizational relationship and international business.

Affiliations

Affiliation (Master)

  • School of Management, Professor
  • Department of Management, Professor
  • Institute of Business Studies, Researcher

Education, Etc.

Degree

  • Mar. 2005
  • Mar. 2010

Research Activities

Research Areas, Etc.

Research Areas

  • International business in emerging markets

Book, papers, etc

Published Papers

  • Managing to Facilitate Cross-Sectoral Inter-Organizational Collaborations: Findings From the Experience in Germany
    Yuki Kawabata
    International Journal of Systems and Service-Oriented Engineering, 10, 2, 13, 41, 2020, refereed, Single Work
  • Yuki Kawabata, Kumiko Nishio
    30, 2, 1, 15, 2021, Not refereed, Joint Work
  • Promoting agricutural idustry through cross-sectoral collaborations in Yabu-city - managment and human resource for failitating collaborations -
    Yuki Kawabata, Kumiko Nishio
    23, 23, 36, 2021, Not refereed, Joint Work
  • Managing to Facilitate Cross-Sectoral Inter-Organizational Collaborations - Findings from the Experience in Germany -
    Yuki Kawabata
    Proceedings of International Conference on Business, Economics and Information Technology 2020 Sydney, 1, 37, 2020, refereed, Single Work, Promotion of new and competitive industries through cross-sectoral inter-organizational collaborations are tackled in many regions in the world. This is to adapt, compete and survive for industrial district where economic and industrial environments are increasingly becoming dynamic, complex and interconnected. Here the key is to consider how to manage self-organization process of diversified actors which is featured by complexity. Based on the approach of planned change, this study focuses on the initial conditions, field, and emerging interaction toward the collaborations as key elements for the management through intervention. Then, in the case study, experiences of medical technology industry of the three states in Germany (North Rhine-Westphalia, Bavaria, and Baden-Wuerttemberg) are examined by focusing on the facilitators who work on the management. Lastly, the result of the study is comparatively analyzed and the implications for the management are considered.
  • Building and Operating a System to Promote Regional Competitive Industries through Cross-Sectoral Collaborations - Findings from the Experience in Germany -
    Yuki Kawabata
    International Journal of Systems and Service-Oriented Engineering (IJSSOE), 9, 1, 42, 63, 2019, refereed, Single Work
  • Human Resource Management in Japanese Companies Expanding into Emerging Countries - A Case Study of Hunan Heiwado Employing Local Staff in order to Realize Their Business Model and Creating a Competitive Advantage -
    Yuki Kawabata, Kumiko Nishio
    Proceedings of International Conference on Business, Economics and Information Technology 2017, 1, 13, 2017, refereed, Joint Work
  • Building and Operating a System to Promote Regional Competitive Industries through Cross-Sectoral Collaborations - Findings from the Experience in Germany -
    Yuki Kawabata
    Proceedings of International Conference on Business, Economics and Information Technology 2019 Singapore, 1, 30, 2018, refereed, Single Work, The purpose of this study is to consider management approaches to build and operate a regional system for promoting regional competitive industries through facilitating cross-sectoral collaborations. Firstly, literature concerning the structure of the system and approach to build and operate it are reviewed. Here, the key is to combine top-down public and bottom up creative forces.Then, in the case study, experience of several states in Germany are studied by focusing on the actors and process to build the system for promoting medical technology industry. Lastly, the result of the study is comparatively analyzed and the implications for the management are considered.
  • A Study about Success Factors for Japanese SMEs which Expand Their Business to Emerging Markets - Overcoming "Institutional Voids" -
    Yuki Kawabata and Sanetake Nagayoshi
    1, 7, 2018, refereed, Joint Work
  • Promoting Regional Competitive Industries through Cross-Sectoral Inter-Organizational Collaboration - Platform Plolicy for Constructing Regional Advantage -
    Yuki Kawabata
    第27巻, 21, 35, 2018, Not refereed, Single Work
  • 51, 73, 2016, refereed, Single Work
  • 1, 32, 2016, Not refereed, Single Work
  • 3, 15, 2016, Not refereed, Single Work
  • Sanetake Nagayoshi, Yuki Kawabata, Jun Nakamura
    141, 154, 2015, refereed, Joint Work
  • 1, 4, 2015, Not refereed, Joint Work
  • 107, 123, 2015, refereed, Joint Work
  • 5, 38, 2015, Not refereed, Single Work
  • Yuki Kawabata
    153, 181, 2014, Not refereed, Single Work
  • 59, 85, 2013, Not refereed, Single Work
  • 131, 139, 2013, Not refereed, Joint Work
  • 1, 25, 2012, refereed, Joint Work
  • Yuki Kawabata, Kumiko Nishio
    1, 10, 2012, refereed, Joint Work
  • 1, 13, 2012, Not refereed, Joint Work
  • 1, 14, 2012, Not refereed, Joint Work
  • 1, 19, 2011, Not refereed, Joint Work
  • Vol.10, 128, 135, 2010, refereed, Joint Work
  • 1, 137, 2010, refereed, Single Work
  • 第75巻, 第5号, 155, 166, 2009, refereed, Joint Work
  • Vol.9, 128, 134, 2009, refereed, Joint Work
  • Vol.105, No.422, 22, 28, 2005, refereed, Single Work
  • 1, 182, 2005, refereed, Single Work
  • 1, 20, 2002, Not refereed, Single Work

Books etc

  • 2017

Conference Activities & Talks

  • HUMAN RESOURCES FOR FACILITATING CROSS-SECTORAL COLLABORATION: FINDINGS FROM THE EXPERIENCE IN JAPAN
    2021, Joint Work
  • Building and Operating a System to Promote Regional Competitive Industries through Cross-Sectoral Collaborations - Findings from the Experience in Germany
    Yuki Kawabata
    2020, Single Work, Not refereed, speaker, Takamatsu, Kagawa
  • Career Development of Professional and Inter-organizational Collaboration in Japanese Traditional Arts Industry
    Kumiko Nishio, Yuki Kawabata
    International Conference on Business, Economics and Information Technology 2019, 2019, Joint Work, Singapore
  • Building and Operating a System to Promote Regional Competitive Industries through Cross-Sectoral Collaborations - Findings from the Experience in Germany -
    Yuki Kawabata
    International Conference on Business, Economics and Information Technology 2019, 2019, Single Work, Singapore
  • INTER-ORGANIZATIONAL COLLABORATION IN JAPANESE TRADITIONAL ARTS INDUSTRY: A CASE OF THE NOH PERFORMANCE IN JAPAN
    2018, Joint Work, Osaka
  • 2017, Joint Work, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BUSINESS, ECONOMICS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
  • 2016, Joint Work
  • 2015, Joint Work
  • 2014, Joint Work
  • 2014, Joint Work
  • 2014, Joint Work
  • 2013, Joint Work
  • 2012, Joint Work
  • 2012, Joint Work
  • 2012, Joint Work
  • 2010, Single Work
  • 2005, Single Work
  • 2016, Single Work, INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BUSINESS, ECONOMICS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
  • 2015, Joint Work
  • 2015, Joint Work
  • 2014, Joint Work
  • 2012, Joint Work
  • 2012, Joint Work

Misc

  • No.2011, 2021, Not refereed
  • 128, 12, 21, 2021, Not refereed
  • Yuki Kawabata
    No.1554, 2019
  • Yuki Kawabata
    No.1401
  • Building and Operating the Regional System toward Industrial Promotion
    Yuki Kawabata
    No.1264 2019.01.28, 201901
  • 200712
  • Vol.50, 200906
  • 200808

Other Research Activities

Awards & Honors

  • 2012

Research Grants & Projects

  • 2020, 2020, 2021
  • 2019
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2012
  • 2012

Others

  • 1997

内外研究・留学実績

内外研究・留学実績

Social Contribution

  • 2018, 2019, United Kingdom, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
  • 199708, 200206


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