ARIKAWA Yasuhiro

The below information is as of March 31, 2006. It may differ from the current information.

ARIKAWA Yasuhiro

ARIKAWA Yasuhiro

Faculty Fellow (until March 31, 2006)

Associate Professor, Waseda University

Activities at RIETI


Corporate Finance, Corporate governance


1996 M.A., Graduate School of Economics, Waseda University
1992 B.A., School of Political Science and Economics, Waseda University


2003 - Associate Professor, Waseda University
2002 - Associate Professor, Faculty of Literature and Social Sciences, Yamagata University.
2000 - Lecturer, Faculty of Literature and Social Sciences, Yamagata University.
1998 - Research Associate, Department of Social Studies, School of Education, Waseda University.

Selected Publications and Papers

"Agglomeration Effects vs. Policy Effects: The Case of the Electronics Industry in Malaysia," (with Ken Togo) , Asian Economic Journal, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 229-245,2002.

"Corporate Governance, Relational Banking and R & D Investment: Evidence from Japanese Large Firms in the 1980s and 1990s," (with Hideaki Miyajia and Atsushi Kato), International Journal of Technology Management,23,No7/8, 2002.

"Changing Corporate Finance and its Impact on Corporate Strategy After Bubble: Is Long-term Strategy of Japanese Firm Really Changing?," (with Hideaki Miyajia) Asian Post-Crisis Management: Corporate and Governmental Strategies for Sustainable Competitive Advantage, Macmillan Press (Palgrave),(Eds.:UshaC. V. Haley and Frank-Jurgen Richter),2002.

"Relational Banking and Debt Choice : Evidence from the Liberalization in Japan," (with Hideaki Miyajima), Ministry of Finance, Working Paper, A00-07,2000.

"Debt Choice after the Collapse of the Bubble Economy: Increasing Risk Factors and Decreasing Incentive for Entrenchment,"(with Hideaki Miyajima) Security Analysts Journal 37,1999, (in Japanese).3-18

"Financial Liberalization and Debt Choice: the Deterioration of Clients among Banks in the 1980s,"(with Hideaki Miyajima) Financial Review 49,1999, (in Japanese), 133-166.