Faculty in 2018 | Chie Yorozu

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Name Chie Yorozu
Title Associate Professor
Degree PhD in Business Administration
Academic Background B.A. in Economics, Aoyama Gakuin University (2004)
MSc in International Management, The University of London, SOAS (2006)
PhD in Business Administration, Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester (2012)
Work Experience The University of London, SOAS (2011-2012): Research Assistant
The University of Manchester (2013-2014): Honorary Visiting Research Fellow
Nagoya University (2013-2017): Assistant Professor & Lecturer, Graduate School of Economics
Aoyama Gakuin University (2017-): Associate Professor, School of Business
Research Fields Organizational Reform / International and Comparative Management / International Labor in ASEAN and Japan
Current Research Themes Organizational Change
Regional Dynamics of Japanese Corporate Change: New institutional pressure and AEC
Japanese Organizations and International Labor
Selected Publications Book:
  • Yorozu, C. (2016) Narrative management in Corporate Japan: Investor Relations as Pseudo-Reform, Abingdon and New York: Routledge
Peer Reviewed Journal Papers:
  • Yorozu, C. (2017) ‘New Institutional Entrepreneurship and a Celebrity CEO: The role of institutional actors in Japan’, The Journal of Organisational Transformation & Social Change, 14(2): 165-185
  • Yorozu, C. (2015) ‘An American Hedge Fund in Japan: Exploring the Role of Investor Relations as a Form of False Signalling’, Competition & Change: The Journal of Global Business and Political Economy, 19(1): 56-69
  • Yorozu, C. (2014) ‘The Diffusion of New Public Management Strategy in Japan: To what extent does a Japanese local government organisation change?’, Electronic Journal of Contemporary Japanese Studies, 14 (3)
  • Yorozu, C. & Shi, G. (2014) ‘Servitization and Japan's Keiretsu Organization’, in Baines, T., Clegg, B., Harrison, D (eds) Growth through Servitization: Drivers, Enablers, Processes and Impact, Aston: Aston Business School Press: 141-146
  • Yorozu, C., McCann, L., Hassard, J. and Morris, J. (2013) ‘Japan, Corporate Organisational Reform and the Global Financial Crisis: The case of Shinsei Bank’, Asia Pacific Business Review, 19 (2): 200-216
Academic Association Manchester Critical Management Studies, UK
British Academy of Management, UK
Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change (CRESC), UK
British Association for Japanese Studies (bajs), UK
The European Association for Japanese Studies (EAJS), EU

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