HARAYAMA Yuko

HARAYAMA Yuko

HARAYAMA Yuko

Faculty Fellow (until March 31, 2004)

Professor, Tohoku University

Activities at RIETI

Expertise

Science and Technology Policy
Technology Transfer
Higher Education Studies

Education

1973 B.A. in Mathematics, University of Besancon, Besancon, France
1988 B.A. in Sciences of Education, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
1992 B.A. in Economics, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
1996 Ph.D. in Sciences of Education, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
1997 Ph.D. in Economics, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland

Experience

1992 - 1997 Teaching assistant, Department of Political Economy, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
1993 - 1994 Researcher, Department of Political Economy, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
1996 - 1997 Visiting Scholar, Center for Economic Policy Research, Stanford University, Stanford, United States
1998- Assistant professor, Department of Political Economy, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
1999 (4 months) Visiting Researcher, Ministry of International Trade and Industry Research Insititute, Japan
2000- Lecturer, Department of Political Economy, University of Neuchatel, Neuchatel, Switzerland
2001- Fellow, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan

Selected Publications and Papers

Burgenmeier, B., Harayama, Y., & Wallart, N., Theorie et Pratique des Taxes Environnementales, Paris, Economica, 1997
"The evolution of the University in Europe and in the United States," Higher Education in Europe, XXII (3), European Center for Higher Education, UNESCO, 1997
"University system in Japan," Higher Education Management, OECD, 10(1), 1998
Le systeme universitaire japonais, Paris, Economica, 2000
Grin, F., Harayama, Y. & Weber, L., "Responsiveness, responsibility and accountability: an evaluation of university governance in Switzerland", Six-Nation Education Research Project (SNRP), Federal Office of Education and Science, Bern, 2000
"Silicon Valley no sangyo haten to Stanford University no karikyuramu hensen" (The Development of Silicon Valley and the Curriculim change at Stanford University), in Aoki, M. & al., Daigakukaikaku (University Reform), Toyokeizai Shinposha, 2001
"Japanese Technology Policy: History and A New Perspective," Discussion Paper, 01-E-001 2001/09, Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry

Others

Consultant at Geneva Japanese School
Price of the Ernest Boninchi Foundation