Department of Business Administration,
Faculty of Economics, University of Toyama, Japan
3190 Gofuku, Toyama-shi Toyama-ken 930-8555, Japan
MA Jun, Ph.D. in Economics, Kyoto University, Japan (1994 -1998), is a professor of faculty of Economics, University of Toyama, Japan. His research and teaching interests focus on the fields of Human Resource Management, Labor Economics and Organization Economics.
Some Selected Publications
- “Foreign Direct Investment and Management in Japan,” Have Japanese Firms Changed? The lost Decade, Chapter 8, Edited by Hiroaki Miyoshi & Yoshifumi Nakata, Macmillan, 2010(Forsecoming).
- “An Empirical Analysis of FDI, Human Resources, R&D, and Transaction-relations in Japanese Companies,” Discussion Paper, Center for Far Eastern Studies, University of Toyama, No.3.
- MA Jun, Hiroko Imamura & Guoqing Zhao(2008) “Analysis of Unemployment During Transition to a Market Economy: The Case of Laid-off Workers in the Bejing Area,” Far Eastern Studies, Vol.7 pp.41-64.
- “Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Growth of Venture Businesses in Japan,” Far Eastern Studies, Vol.5 ,2006,pp.15-33.
- MA Jun(2004) “The ‘Seniority’ in Promotion and Wage Systems of the Japanese Firm: An Empirical Analysis on Personnel Data,” the Japanese Journal of Labour Studies, Vol. 46, pp.45-56.