In order to support the globalization of corporate activities as well as more service- and information-intensive industrial structures, the Department of Management in the School of Management carries out scientific management education on various management techniques and theories, which have developed and expanded significantly in recent years, through numerical/quantitative and empirical approaches that center on the mathematical and statistical knowledge accumulated by the university over a long period of time. In addition, capable human resources are fostered to have a broad concept of values and sense of management from the perspective of globalization and global environmental problems.
Research Groups & Research Areas
How can a company win over others, and how can a company be maintained? Strategic management considers these questions from various business management perspectives. On the basis of existing research in various fields, we aim to compile papers that are suitable for business sense and useful while still being empirical.
Ito Research Group / Kawasaki Research Group / Oe Research Group / Sakamoto Research Group / Sato Research Group /Watanabe Research Group
The scope of our research includes, for example, product development, pricing, advertising, logistics, and consumer behavior under an environment of increasingly advanced social media and globalization. On the basis of surveys of consumer behavior, we recommend a hypothetical/verificational graduation thesis to help a company develop an appropriate strategy.
Asahi Research Group / Arai Research Group / Onishi Research Group/ Tsubaki Research Group
Accounting & Finance
The flow of money, the use of assets, market evaluation and decision-making of managers in companies often fall under the scope of our research. We recommend a hypothetical/verificational graduation thesis which deals with business activities and market evaluation utilizing data related to companies and markets.
Jeon Research Group / Kishimoto Research Group / Yanagida Research Group / Yamane Research Group
Our research includes the analysis of data related to business management and financial affairs. We estimate causal relationships, and discover new regularities on the basis of mathematics. The design and analysis of business information systems also belong to this area, and one of our tasks is to establish superiority over existing systems.
Hosaka Research Group / Masuyama Research Group / Nogami Research Group / Sekitani Research Group
List of Faculty Members
|ASAHI Yumi||Professor||Social systems engineering/Safety system
Personal communication, The degree of preference, Social research, Marketing
Personal communication, The degree of preference
|NOGAMI Shinya||Professor||Communication/Network engineering||Information communication network, Traffic|
|SATO Osamu||Professor||Management||Management of Technology|
|TSUBAKI Michiko||Professor||Kansei informatics
Social systems engineering/Safety system
|JEON HAEJUN||Associate Professor||Money/Finance||Corporate finance, real options|
|OE Akitsu||Associate Professor||Management||Organizational behavior, Organizational learning, Knowledge transfer, Innovation|
|YAMADA Masahiro||Associate Professor||Money/Finance||Market Microstructure, International Finance|
|ARAI Akiko||Junior Associate Professor||Commerce||Sport Marketing|
|IWASAWA Keita||Junior Associate Professor||Accounting||management accounting, cost accounting, cost management, management control|
|KAWASAKI Chiaki||Junior Associate Professor||Management|
|WATANABE Mariko||Junior Associate Professor|
|YANAGIDA Tomotaka||Junior Associate Professor||Accounting|
|FURUE Nanami||Assistant Professor|
|IWATA Kiyonori||Assistant Professor|
|YOSHIDA Naohiro||Assistant Professor|
|ZHAO Yu||Assistant Professor||Social systems engineering/Safety system||Operations Research, Data Analysis|
Information on Career Paths
Professional and Technical Services7.9%
Accommodation and Restaurant Services7.5%
Wholesale and Retail Trade5.4%
Machinery and Appliances3.2%
Real Estate and Goods Rental and Leasing2.9%
Other (Persons Planning on Continuing Education, Studying Abroad, etc.)8.9%