Professor Hiroyuki Yoshida

Area and Subject Taught History of Marketing Strategy
Research Theme(s) Dynamic Analysis of Strategic Behavior in the Marketing of Japanese Companies
Academic Degrees Master of Commercial Science, Doshisha University
Keywords for Research Field Commercial Science, Theory of Commerce, Theory of Distribution,Theory of Marketing, Theory of Marketing Strategy
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Research Overview

I am adopting a historical approach to explicate the dynamic character of marketing behavior of companies. Examining the issue from the perspective of the relationship between the market and society, I am conducting research to clarify the degree to which marketing theory matches practice in marketing behavior.
In earlier research, I studied specific companies based in Kyoto, including Omron, Nintendo, Kyocera, Wacoal, and others. As these companies grew and developed, I examined whether they changed their strategies, or tried to change them, as necessary
when conditions changed, thereby strengthening their relationships with both the market and the community.
At the same time, I adopted a similar perspective in clarifying marketing behavior in companies other than those mentioned above, and undertook to explicate the marketing behavior of distribution companies, focusing particularly on retail chains. The relationship between these companies' product lineups and their production procurement systems is a particular focus of my research as I analyze the structure,support and management of supply chains.

Notable Publications and Works

  1. 2016:「商品と社会-商品にまつわる『作り手の営み』を視点として-」『龍谷大学経営学論集』第56巻第1号
  2. 2013:「金融用端末機器:CD/ATM」『ランドマーク商品⑤』(第4章所収)同文舘
  3. 2012:「ランドマーク商品研究の論点-「誓約」と「商品の社会性」の視点から-」『同志社商学』第63巻第5号
  4. 2008:「エレベータ」『ランドマーク商品③』(第4章所収)同文舘
  5. 2006:「自動券売機と自動改集札機」『ランドマーク商品②』(第8章所収)同文舘
  6. 2005:「京都における革新的企業家出現の諸条件」『近代日本の起業者と経営組織』(第8章所収)同文舘
  7. 2005:「昭和初期、小売商業における『統制機能』再検討」『同志社商学』 第56巻第5・6号
  8. 2002:‘Nintendo's Home Video Game Business’, in Entrepreneurship and Organization, Oxford University Press.