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Hidemichi MIYAKE

Associate Professor
Senshu University

Hidemichi Miyake graduated from the Waseda University School of Commerce. After stints at the Institute of Urban Culture and the Industry Promotion Department of Tokyo’s Shinagawa Ward, he returned to the Waseda University Graduate School of Commerce. He then held a special research appointment in the Manufacturing Management Research Center at the University of Tokyo School of Economics and after the several years of being as lecturer in the School of Political Science and Economics at Tokai University, he is currently working as an associated professor in the school of Management at Senshu University. He specializes in product development and small- to mid-sized entrepreneurial ventures. He has studied the organizational structures of nearly a thousand different firms of all sizes. He also consults with and conducts market research on product development for corporations, government bodies, and NPOs.

Research themes: Product development and small to mid-sized entrepreneurial ventures

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Collaboration with FFJ

Visiting researcher
Stay: November 2018

Miyake Hidemichi took part in the project “Local Industries in Japan Structures, Roles and Futures” in collaboration with LVMH, intended for in-depth study of existing craft business and know-how in Japan. For this project, he focused on the theme “Survival of the Luxury Craft Industry Ecosystem in Japan” and took part to a workshop organized by FFJ at EHESS during his research stay in Paris in September 2018.

Local industries project

Selection of publication

Miyake Hidemichi, Atarashii Shijo no Tsukurikata ("How to Create New Markets"), Tōyō Keizai, 2012