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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(S): The Hydrosphere and Socioeconomics in Modern Asia - Exploring a New Regional History Using a Database and Spatial Analysis

島西 智輝 / Tomoki Shimanishi

Toyo University, Department of Economics, Professor

Research interests in this project

Shimanishi is coordinating the researches and the discussions among the unites and the teams to keep the integrity of this group project. He also overseeing collections of source materials, datum, and analytical tools to apply special analysis to historical studies.

Field of research

Shimanishi is a scholar of Japanese economic and business history. He is studying the history of energy industries in Asia, particularly coal mining in Japan, as well as exploring the new analytical methods including visualization of historical materials. Shimanishi published Nihon sekitan sangyō no sengo shi: shijō kōzō henka to kigyō kōdō (Post-war history of Japanese coal mining industry: Transformation of market structure and business performances) Keio daigaku shippankai, 2011.

Bio

B.A. (2000) and Ph.D. (Commerce, 2008) from Keio University. After teaching at Rikkyo University and Kagawa University, Shimanishi has possessed his current position at Toyo University since 2017.

Personal web-page

https://researchmap.jp/read0211440/

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