TOHOKU UNIVERSITY  
  Graduate School of Economics and Management
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takaura08.jpg    Yasunari Takaura

     Associate Professor
             Department of Economics and Management
             Principles of Business Administration

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Degrees
 
 
  • bachelor of commerce, Hitotsubashi University 1996
  • master of commerce, Hitotsubashi University 1998

Academic Career   

  • lecturer (2001-04), Department of Management, Nagoya University of Commerce & Business
  • associate professor (04-06), Department of Management, Nagoya University of Commerce & Business
  • associate professor (06-), Department of Economics and Management, Tohoku University

Research Interests  

  • business ethics
  • corporate social responsibility, corporate citizenship
  • critical management studies: Habermasian political approach to management thought
  • business and society: relationship between business and nonprofit
  • methodologies of management theories
Courses (syllabus revised by pdf in Japanese)
  • PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION  (undergraduate)  2006
  • PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT THEORIES  (master course)      2006a   2007b
  • SEMINAR  (undergraduate)  2006
  • SEMINAR  (master course) 2006 1a 1b  2a/2b

Affiliations

  • The Board of Trustees, Japan Society of Business Ethics Study (2002-)
  • The Planning Committee, Partnership Support Center, Nagoya (2004-)
  • The Advisory Committee of the Model Project for Cultivating Grass Roots Activities, Citizenship Forum 21 NPO Center, Nagoya (2004-2005)
  • The Standards Gathering for CSR managers , Nagoya office of The Japanese Standards Association(2005-)
Recent publications (in Japanese) 

  • gThe Comparison between Managers' Moral Competence and their Moral Performance : Toward a clear Understanding of Japanese Business Ethicsh, The Hitotsubashi Review (2000) 124/5,59-73 
  • gWorkaholism and the Knowledge Creating Process in Japanese Companiesh, BERC Business Ethics ( 2000) /15,16-18
  • gThe Methodological Foundations of Business Ethics A Detail Review on Interpretive Approachesh, Journal of Business Management ( 2001) /7,3-12
  • gHermeneutic Reconstruction of the Corporate Ideal through the Media Literacy Approachh, Management Philosophy (,2001) /17,105-110
  • gA Study on the Reconstruction Models of Manager's Moral Judgements : From Kohlbergian Model to Habermasian Modelh, Journal of Japan Society for Business Ethics Study (2001) /8,151-158
  • gA Guide to the Business Ethics Course at the Graduate School, Nagoya University of Commerce & Business Administrationh, BERC Business Ethics (March, 2002) /24,34-36
  • gCollaboration between Two Heterogeneous Organizations: An Approach to Evaluate and Analyze Some Cases of Partnership between Non profits and Business in Japanh, Journal of Japan Society for Business Ethics Study ( 2004,March) /11,111-120
  • NPO and Business: Challenge to Collaboration (edited with Masayo Kishida), Tokyo: Doubunkan Press, 2003.3
  • NPO and CSR: Challenge to Collaboration (edited by Masayo Kishida), Tokyo: Doubunkan Press, 2005.2

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