Curriculum Vitae

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Kazuhiro Taniguchi, Ph.D.

Professor

Faculty of Business and Commerce, Keio University, JAPAN

 

 

Address:  2-15-45, Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo 1088345, JAPAN

Tel:  81-3-5427-1809

Fax:  81-3-5427-1578

e-mail:   taniguchi@fbc.keio.ac.jp

 

EDUCATION

Keio University: 4/92-3/99

   Ph.D. in business and commerce awarded in March 1999

     Dissertation: Towards a Comparative Institutional Analysis of Modern Firms

   M.A. in business and commerce awarded in March 1994

Keio University: 4/88-3/92

   B.A. Honours degrees in economics awarded in March 1992

 

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT

Keio University: 2001-Present

   Assistant Professor (4/01-3/03)

   Associate Professor (4/03-3/09)

   Professor (4/09-Present)

 

OTHER ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Research Fellow, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (Japan), 04/96-03/98.

Visiting Research, Department of Economics, Stanford University (USA), 10/00.

Visiting Scholar, Modern Management Institute, Nankai University (China),

   04/99-Present.

Fellow, Virtual Center for Advanced Studies in Institution (Japan), 10/08-Present.

Academic Visitor, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge (UK),

11/10-Present.

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS:

The Science of Organization: The Coevolution of Firms and Individuals. Tokyo: NTT

Publisher, 2008.

The Science of Strategy: Outstanding Firms and Individuals. Tokyo: NTT Publisher,

2006.

The Boundaries and Organizational Architecture of the Firm: Toward a Theory of

Business Institutions. Tokyo: NTT Publisher, 2006.

Dynamism of Modern Management. Tokyo: Zeimukeiri-kyokai, 2002 (co-authors).

Ownership and Control of Modern Firms. Kyoto: Minerva Publisher, 1999 (co-authors).

 

ARTICLES:

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2010), gThe Evolution of Environmental Management at Honda: A

Dynamic Capabilities View,h Paper for the Lucas School Co-Sponsors Conference

at Stanford on The Future of Industry and Innovation in Asia, Stanford University,

July 8.

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2009a), gCognition, Dynamic Capabilities, and Corporation,h

Paper for the Fifth International Symposium of Corporate Governance, Nankai

University, Tianjin, September 5.

Kazuo Kido, Kazuhiro Taniguchi, and Naoki Watanabe (2009b), gIndirect Monotonicity

and Revolution Without Pain,h Mita Business Review, 52 (forthcoming).

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2007), gThe Clusters of Music City Fukuoka and Silicon Valley:

Entrepreneurship, Regional Culture, and Market-Enhancingh Mita Business

Review, 50 (3), pp. 219-228.

Shigehiko Nishizawa and Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2006), gGovernment Complements

Strategy: Toward a Strategy-Enhancing View of the Government in a Global

Economy,h Mita Business Review, 49 (7), pp. 81-97.

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2006a), gToward a Theory of Business Institutions (part 2),h Mita

Business Review, 49 (7), pp. 63-79.

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2006b), gToward a Theory of Business Institutions (part 1),h Mita

Business Review, 49 (5), pp. 67-82.

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2006c), gWhat Is a Firm?,h Mita Business Review, 49 (1), pp.

19-40.

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2005a), gStructure Complements Strategy,h Mita Business Review,

48 (1), pp. 299-308.

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2005b), gCorporate Change and Entrepreneurship: A Comparative

Institutional Analysis,h Paper for the Third International Symposium of Corporate

Governance, Nankai University, Tianjin, November 9.

Kazuo Kido, Kazuhiro Taniguchi, and Naoki Watanabe (2004a), gToward a

Supermodular Analysis of the Firm (part 2),h Mita Business Review, 47 (5), pp.

113-128.

Kazuo Kido, Kazuhiro Taniguchi, and Naoki Watanabe (2004b), gToward a

Supermodular Analysis of the Firm (part 1),h Mita Business Review, 47 (4), pp.

61-79.

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2003a), gThe Diversity and Dynamics of Clusters in China:

Intercluster Learning and Bridge Organizations in a Global Economy,h Paper

presented at the BHC (Business History Conference) at Lowell, MA, June 28.

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2003b), gInstitutional Diversity and Evolution of Clusters in China

(part 2),h Mita Business Review, 46 (2), pp. 15-38.

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2003c), gInstitutional Diversity and Evolution of Clusters in China

(part 1),h Mita Business Review, 46 (1), pp. 47-76.

Mark Fruin and Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2003), gThe Disjointed Hand: The Coordination

Failure of Modern Firms in Japan,h Paper presented at the BHC (Business History

Conference) at Lowell, MA, June 27.

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2002a), gChinese-style Silicon Valley and Intercluster Learning:

Toward a Comparative Study of Clusters,h Paper presented at the Conference of

the Academy of Asian Management, October 5, Keio University.

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2002b), gThe Nature of the Firm and the Incomplete Contract

Theory,h Mita Business Review, 45 (3), pp. 13-37.

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2001), gRecent Developments of the Study of Institutions: From

Institutionalism to Comparative Institutional Analysis,h Mita Business Review, 44

(6), pp. 31-60.

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (2000), gInstitutional Coevolution of Joint-Ventures in China: A

CIA-Based Case Study of Tianjin Tianfu Limited Company,h Mita Business

Review, 43 (1), pp. 45-74.

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (1996), gJapanese-style Capitalism and the Comparative Institution

Approach: Understanding the Japanese Corporate System,h Mita Business Review,

39 (4), pp. 1-26.

Kazuhiro Taniguchi (1995), gSome Basic Problems in the Theory of the Business

Group: Understanding the Japanese Corporate System,h Mita Business Review, 38

(2), pp. 49-71.

 

TRANSLATIONS:

Japanese Translation of Masahiko Aoki (2010), Corporations in Evolving Diversity:

Cognition, Governance, and Institutions. Tokyo: NTT Publisher, 2011 (in process).

Japanese Translation of David Teece (2009), Dynamic Capabilities and Strategic

Management. Tokyo: Diamond (in process).

Japanese Translation of Richard Langlois (2007), The Dynamics of Industrial

Capitalism: Schumpeter, Chandler, and the New Economy. Tokyo: Keio University

Press (in process).

Japanese Translation of an Interview with Richard Langlois (2008), gThe Firm and

Organizational Economics,h Mita Business Review, 2009.

Japanese Translation of Constance Helfat, Sidney Finkelstein, Will Mitchell, Margaret

Peteraf, Harbir Singh, David Teece, and Sidney Winter (2007), Dynamic

Capabilities: Understanding Strategic Change in Organizations. Tokyo: Keiso

Publisher, 2010.

Japanese Translation of John Roberts (2004), The Modern Firm: Organizational Design

for Performance and Growth. Tokyo: NTT Publisher, 2005.

Japanese Translation of Richard Langlois and Paul Robertson (1995), Firms, Markets,

and Economic Change: A Dynamic Theory of Business Institutions. Tokyo: NTT

Publisher, 2004.

Japanese Translation of Masahiko Aoki (2001), Toward a Comparative Institutional

Analysis. Tokyo: NTT Publisher, 2001 (co-translators).