TATEMI Junya

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Title

Professor

Laboratory location

Sugimoto Campus

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Economic geography

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  • economics of conventions and industrial agglomeration

    (Individual)

    Keyword in research subject:  industrial agglomeration, economics of conventions, institution

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  • The Human Geographical Society of Japan

  • Japan Academy of Small Business Studies

  • Japan Association for Evolutionary Economics

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  • 2014.10
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    2015.11

    The Human Geographical Society of Japan  

Current Career 【 display / non-display

  • Osaka City University   Graduate School of Business   Global Business Course   Professor  

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  • 2006
     
     

    Osaka City University  

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    2005

    Nagoya University 

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    2002

    Osaka City University  

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    2000

    Kansai University   Faculty of Literature  

 

Published Papers 【 display / non-display

  • "Developpemtnt du district industriel au Japon: le cas de Kojima"

    Geography, economiy, society  7 ( 3 ) 269 - 288 2005

  • 農山村における移住起業のサポート実態―兵庫県丹波市を事例として―

    酒井 扶美, 立見 淳哉, 筒井 一伸

    公益社団法人 日本地理学会 E-journal GEO  15 ( 1 ) 14 - 28 2020.01  [Refereed]

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    <p>「田園回帰」という言葉で,都市から農山村への移住に注目が寄せられている.しかし,農山村への移住者の増加による新たな「なりわい」の創造と,自治体をはじめ多様な主体が行う起業支援とは密接にかかわっていると考えられる一方,その実態についての調査研究は十分には行われていない.これに対し,本稿では,兵庫県丹波市を事例に,特に制度的な起業支援のみならず,移住者と地域住民との起業を介した新しい関係性の上で,どのようなサポートが生み出されているのか,その詳細な実態を明らかにした.移住起業のサポート実態を理解する上で,単に制度的なサポートだけではなく,地域における様々な主体が行なっている支援の総体を把握する重要性を改めて示すことができた.</p>

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  • Intermediary and Design: Valuation process of Local Products in Japan

    JUNYA TATEMI

    Paper presented for EGOS(European Group for Organizational Studies)and Organization Studies Workshop  2019.12

  • Intermediary and Design: Valuation process of Local Products in Japan

    JUNYA TATEMI

    Paper presented for EGOS(European Group for Organizational Studies)and Organization Studies Workshop  2019.12  [Refereed]

  • Intermediaries and design: Valuation process of the local products in Japan

    JUNYA TATEMI, TAIZO YAMAMOTO

    Paper Presented for international conference of AFEP(Association française d'économie politique )-IIPPE(Internatinal initiative for promoting political economy)  2019.07

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    コンヴァンシオン経済学やアクターネットワーク理論の市場的配置に関する議論に依拠して,日本のクラフト産業(創造産業)の市場的装置を考察した.

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Review Papers (Misc) 【 display / non-display

  • コラム 知識経済:認知資本主義と都市

    立見淳哉

    経済地理学会編『キーワードで読む経済地理学』原書房    219 - 221 2018.06  [Refereed]  [Invited]

  • 田園回帰と連帯経済の接点をさぐる

    立見淳哉, 筒井一伸

    地理  63 ( 6 ) 55 - 61 2018.06  [Refereed]  [Invited]

  • 藤塚 吉浩・高柳長直編『図説 日本の都市問題』

    藤塚吉浩他

    古今書院  2016.12  [Refereed]  [Invited]

  • 「資本主義の新たな精神」と手仕事の復権

    立見 淳哉

    地域開発  ( 602 ) 25 - 29 2014.11  [Refereed]  [Invited]

Conference Activities & Talks 【 display / non-display

  • Intermediary and Design: Valuation process of Local Products in Japan

    JUNYA TATEMI

    EGOS(European Group for Organizational Studies)and Organization Studies Workshop  (京都大学)  2019.12 

  • Intermediaries and design: Valuation process of the local products in Japan

    JUNYA TATEMI, TAIZO YAMAMOTO

    International conference of AFEP-IIPPE  (リール大学)  2019.07 

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    コンヴァンシオン経済学やアクターネットワーク理論の市場的配置に関する議論に依拠して,日本のクラフト産業(創造産業)の市場的装置を考察した.

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  • Study on the Neo-Endogenous Rural Development Model based on community transformation by "Den-en Kaiki-Return to Rural Living" in Japan

    Project/Area Number : 16H03523  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B) Representative

    Project Year :

    2016.04
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    2020.03
     

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    This study explains the community transformation in rural Japan called "Den-en Kaiki-Return to Rural Living," which refers to migration from urban areas. This transformation is being considered from the perspective of the Neo-Endogenous Rural Development Model. Migrants, numerically understood as "the population," are forming new communities and community actors in rural areas. The support network that promotes rural migration can be interpreted as a dynamic force of Neo-Endogenous Rural Development. However, it is primarily local communities that utilize the network. It is vital for their development that these communities strengthen their regional orientations to "Building local capacity to mobilize internal resources and respond to external pressures and opportunities," which is the focus of Neo-Endogenous Rural Development.

  • Multi-layered Industrial Clustering and Innovation

    Project/Area Number : 16K03198  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C) Representative

    Project Year :

    2016.04
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    2020.03
     

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    There is growing interest in large cities as centers of innovative activities in “shrinking” Japan. Our concern is to consider the importance of multi-layered industrial agglomerations and their overlapping activities for understanding innovation.
    The strength of mega cities cannot be explained simply by diversity. "Related variety" has been recently brought to light by economic geographers. This research is intended as an investigation of realities of “related varieties” in urban setting. What we wish to show are the followings: 1) “Related variety” works well if varieties have arisen largely by divergent processes. 2) Under overlapping setting, physical distance has the role in reducing cognitive distance between actors. 3) Serious urban diseconomies would sometimes be sources of innovative ideas in localities.

  • Social and Solidarity economy in the declining industrial area in France

    Project/Area Number : 26300033  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B) Representative

    Project Year :

    2014.04
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    2017.03
     

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    With the radical transformation of industrial structures, old industrial cities and regions are challenged seriously. In this research project, we investigated a possibility of an alternative urban and local economy, through the field research on Lille metroporitan area, ex-industrial area in great decline after World War Ⅱ, in the northern France. Confronting social problems such as grave unemployment, this region is seeing a remarkable development of social and solidarity economy, by balancing two different domains: third sector and market economy. We tried to seize its caracteristics and possibilities, through interviews with various actors.

  • Technological Change and Distance between Firms: An Approach of Economic Geography

    Project/Area Number : 24520897  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C) Representative

    Project Year :

    2012.04
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    2015.03
     

    Partaker : TATEMI Junya

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    This research presents a perspective of economic geography to examine the localization of economic activities in the global economy. Much of the literature on globalization notes that the contemporary economies have become placeless. Spatial economics gives an insight to explain geography of the global economy across cities, regions, and nation states with a special interest on the economies of scale and transportation cost. This approach, however, has not grasped the dynamics of technological change of production. Technological change from traditional television sets using cathode ray tubes (CRTs) to flat panel displays well illustrates the empirical evidence. To examine localization, we must more carefully into the relationship between geographical distance and institutional distance. Industrial development and location of LCD panel are examined at three layers of spatial scale: global, regional (East Asia) and local.

  • Study on the Industrial Policies and the SMEs Supporting Policies of the Local Governments under the Economical Change

    Project/Area Number : 20330057  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B) Representative

    Project Year :

    2008
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    2011
     

    Partaker : HONDA Tetsuo, OHTA Yasuhiro, YOSHINAGA Tadakazu, MATSUNAGA Keiko, KUMENO Hiroyuki, OGAI Kenji, TANAKA Mikihiro, FUJIKAWA Takeshi, KUWAHARA Takeshi, TATEMI Junya, SEKI Tomohiro

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    Firstly, we sent out all cities a questionnaire on local industrial policies and pointed out that many cities do not make their own research on local industries to plan their local industrial policies and that it is important for local governments to invite factories from outside. Secondly, we made industrial researches in local areas to know how local companies respond the economic change during this decade. Thirdly, we studied some important problems to plan and carry out local industrial policies. And we published some books on these issues during these researches.

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