KAWASHIMA Nobuko
Faculty of Economics Department of Economics
Professor
Last Updated :2022/11/28

Researcher Profile and Settings

Research Interests

  • Media Industries
  • policy
  • economics
  • arts and culture
  • economy
  • culture

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences / Museology / museum management
  • Humanities & social sciences / Cultural properties / museum management
  • Humanities & social sciences / Aesthetic practices / arts management, arts policy, creative industries
  • Humanities & social sciences / Economic policy
  • Humanities & social sciences / Economic policy

Research Experience

  • The University of Tokyo, Institute for Future Initiatives, Visiting Professor, 2017/04 - Today
  • Doshisha University, Faculty of Economics, Professor, 1999/04 - Today
  • University of Warwick, Centre for Cultural Policy, Research Fellow, 1995/10 - 1999/03

Education

  • University of Warwick, 1985/10 - 1999/06
  • The University of Tokyo, College of Arts and Sciences, 教養学科・国際関係論, -
  • ロンドン大学(ロンドン・スクール・オブ・エコノミクス), 社会政策研究科, 民間非営利セクター組織論, -
  • The University of Tokyo, Faculty of Liberal Arts, International Relations, -
  • London School of Economics, Social Policy, Voluntary Sector Organisation, -

Degree

  • PhD in Cultural Policy, University of Warwick
  • MSC, London School of Economics
  • LLM, London School of Economics

Association Memberships

  • 著作権法学会
  • 日本文化政策学会
  • 日本NPO学会
  • 文化経済学会
  • 日本広告学会
  • 国際文化政策学会
  • JAPAN NPO Research Association
  • Japan Association for Cultural Economics
  • International Conference on Cultural Policy Research

Committee Memberships

  • 理事, 2021/06 - Today, 情報通信学会, Society
  • 委員, 2021/04 - Today, 文化庁文化審議会無形文化遺産分科会
  • 部会長, 2018/04 - Today, 文化庁文化審議会文化政策部会, Government
  • 委員, 2018/04 - Today, 京都文化芸術都市創生審議会, Autonomy
  • 委員, 2018/04 - Today, 京都文化芸術創生審議会
  • 専門委員, 2018/04 - Today, 東京都東京藝術文化評議会, Autonomy
  • 著作権分科会委員, 2013/04 - Today, 文化庁文化審議会, Government
  • 文化審議会委員, 2013/04 - Today, 文化庁, Government
  • 理事, 2009 - Today, 日本文化政策学会, Society, 日本文化政策学会
  • 専門委員, 2016/04 - 2018/03, 東京都都市計画審議会, Autonomy
  • 委員, 2016/04 - 2018/03, 文部科学省政策評価有識者会議, Government
  • 法制・基本問題小委員会委員, 2016/04 - 2018/03, 文化庁文化審議会著作権分科会, Government
  • 委員, 2015/04 - 2017/03, 京都文化芸術都市創生審議会政策部会, Autonomy
  • 専門委員, 2015/04 - 2017/03, 総務省情報通信審議会情報通信政策部会, Government
  • 会長, 2014/07 - 2016/07, 文化経済学会<日本>, Society, 文化経済学会
  • ジャーナル担当編集委員, 2001 - , 日本NPO学会, Society, 日本NPO学会
  • 理事, 2000 - , 国際文化政策学会, Society, 国際文化政策学会
  • Member of the Scientific Committee, 2000 - , International Conference on Cultural Policy Research, Society, International Conference on Cultural Policy Research

Awards

  • 新渡戸・大和フェローシップ
    1992, Japan

Published Papers

  • 民間放送局のビジネスモデル
    河島伸子
    DX時代の信頼と公共性, Aug. 2020, In book
  • Changing Business Models in the Media Industries
    Nobuko Kawashima
    Media Industries Journal, University of Michigan Library, 7(1) 69 - 88, 29 Jul. 2020, Scientific journal
  • The production consortium system in Japanese film financing
    Nobuko Kawashima
    Routledge Handbook of Cultural and Creative Industries in Asia, 166 - 176, 07 Dec. 2018, In book
  • Wrestling with or embracing digitization in the music industry: The contrasting business strategies of j-pop and k-pop
    Jimmyn Parc; Nobuko Kawashima
    Kritika Kultura, 2018(30-31) 23 - 48, Feb. 2018, Scientific journal
  • 書評 Sigrid Hemels and Kazuko Goto (eds), Tax Incentives for the Creative Industries
    河島 伸子
    文化経済学, 文化経済学会 (日本), 14(2) 69 - 72, Sep. 2017
  • Globalization of Japanese Food and the Problem of Product Fraud and Counterfeit
    河島 伸子
    文化経済学, 文化経済学会 (日本), 14(2) 1 - 19, Sep. 2017
  • Film policy in Japan – an isolated species on the verge of extinction?
    Nobuko Kawashima
    International Journal of Cultural Policy, 22(5) 787 - 804, 19 Oct. 2016, Scientific journal
  • Introduction: film policy in a globalised cultural economy
    John Hill; Nobuko Kawashima
    International Journal of Cultural Policy, 22(5) 667 - 672, 19 Oct. 2016, Scientific journal
  • Do the Arts and Culture Have a Positive Impact on Happiness? Beyond Methodological Issues
    KAWASHIMA Nobuko
    Advances in Happiness Research, 311 - 324, 2016, Scientific journal
  • Corporate support for the arts in Japan: Beyond emulation of the Western models
    Nobuko Kawashima
    Cultural Policy in East Asia: Contemporary Issues and Trends, 35 - 47, 01 Jan. 2016, In book
  • Postmodern Advertising in Japan: Seduction, Visual Culture, and the Tokyo Art Directors Club
    Kawashima Nobuko
    JOURNAL OF JAPANESE STUDIES, 42(2) 379 - 383, 2016
  • Cultural Policies in East Asia
    Nobuko Kawashima
    International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences: Second Edition, 453 - 459, 26 Mar. 2015, In book
  • Cultural Economics in Japan : Trends and Future Issues
    河島 伸子
    文化経済学, 文化経済学会 (日本), 11(2) 1 - 3, Sep. 2014
  • The film industry in Japan-prospering without active support from the state?
    Nobuko Kawashima
    Cultural Policies in East Asia: Dynamics between the State, Arts and Creative Industries, 210 - 226, 19 Aug. 2014, In book
  • Copyright as an incentive system for creativity? The case of contemporary visual arts
    Nobuko Kawashima
    Handbook of Research on Creativity, 464 - 476, 29 Nov. 2013, In book
  • Corporate support for the arts in Japan: Beyond emulation of the Western models
    Nobuko Kawashima
    International Journal of Cultural Policy, 18(3) 295 - 307, Jun. 2012, Scientific journal
  • Are the global media and entertainment conglomerates having an impact on cultural diversity? A critical assessment of the argument in the case of the film industry
    Nobuko Kawashima
    International Journal of Cultural Policy, 17(5) 475 - 489, Nov. 2011, Scientific journal
  • Creative Industries in Urban Cultural Policy : Development and Future Issues(New Developments of Service and Cultural Industries in the Metropolitan Areas)
    KAWASHIMA Nobuko
    Annals of the Association of Economic Geographers, 経済地理学会, 57(4) 295 - 306, 2011
  • The rise of 'user creativity' - web 2.0 and a new challenge for copyright law and cultural policy
    Nobuko Kawashima
    International Journal of Cultural Policy, 16(3) 337 - 353, Aug. 2010, Scientific journal
  • Inalienability of moral rights: a perspective from law and economics
    河島 伸子
    Intellectual property law and policy journal, 北海道大学グローバルCOEプログラム「多元分散型統御を目指す新世代法政策学」事務局, (29) 205 - 246, Jun. 2010
  • 著作者人格権の不行使特約 : 法と経済学における分析
    河島 伸子
    知的財産法政策学研究, 北海道大学グローバルCOEプログラム「多元分散型統御を目指す新世代法政策学」事務局, 北海道大学情報法政策学研究センター, 29(29) 205 - 246, Jun. 2010
  • The relationship between cultural diversity and the structure of the market: a perspective from the economics of the media and entertainment
    河島 伸子
    Intellectual property law and policy journal, 北海道大学大学院法学研究科21世紀COEプログラム「新世代知的財産法政策学の国際拠点形成」事務局, (28) 91 - 116, Mar. 2010
  • Howard Becker, Art worlds
    Nobuko Kawashima
    International Journal of Cultural Policy, 16(1) 41 - 42, 01 Feb. 2010
  • The structure of the advertising industry in Japan: The future of the mega-agencies
    Nobuko Kawashima
    Media International Australia, (133) 75 - 84, Nov. 2009, Scientific journal
  • Rethinking outreach activities: arts management in Japan
    河島 伸子
    Journal of municipal problems., 都市問題研究会, 61(10) 81 - 94, Oct. 2009
  • The Droit de Suite controversy revisited (2) The EC directive and its impact on contemporary art market
    河島 伸子
    Intellectual property law and policy journal, 北海道大学大学院法学研究科21世紀COEプログラム「新世代知的財産法政策学の国際拠点形成」事務局, (22) 137 - 161, Mar. 2009
  • 追及権をめぐる論争の再検討(1)論争の背景、EC指令の効果と現代美術品市場
    河島 伸子
    知的財産法政策学研究, 北海道大学大学院法学研究科21世紀COEプログラム「新世代知的財産法政策学の国際拠点形成」事務局, (21) 89 - 115, Dec. 2008
  • The artist’s resale right revisited: a new perspective
    Nobuko Kawashima
    International Journal of Cultural Policy, 14(3) 299 - 313, 01 Aug. 2008, Scientific journal
  • 文化政策への新たな視点 (特集 日本復活に何が必要か)
    河島 伸子
    公明, 公明党機関紙委員会, (32) 14 - 19, Aug. 2008
  • Surviving cultural policy: future issues for the film industry in Japan
    河島 伸子
    Cultural policy research, 日本文化政策学会, (2) 49 - 75, 2008
  • 企業メセナ--文化政策の重要な一主体として (特集 文化と生活)
    河島 伸子
    家計経済研究, 家計経済研究所, (79) 30 - 38, 2008
  • Advertising agencies, media and consumer market: The changing quality of TV advertising in Japan
    Nobuko Kawashima
    Media, Culture and Society, 28(3) 393 - 410, May 2006, Scientific journal
  • AUDIENCE DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL INCLUSION IN BRITAIN: Tensions, contradictions and paradoxes in policy and their implications for cultural management
    Nobuko Kawashima
    International Journal of Cultural Policy, 12(1) 55 - 72, 01 Mar. 2006, Scientific journal
  • The droit de suite controversy revisited: context, effects and the price of art
    河島 伸子
    Intellectual Property Quarterly, (3) 223 - 255, 2006
  • NPOガバナンスの日米比較--NPO法人法における構造と課題
    河島 伸子
    ノンプロフィット・レビュー, 日本NPO学会, 5(1) 1 - 11, Jun. 2005
  • 広告表現の低迷--創造性を取り巻く構造と変化するビジネス環境への考察
    河島 伸子
    広告科学, 日本広告学会, 46(0) 30 - 45, 2005
  • The Governance of Not-for-Profit Organizations in Japan and the US: Nonprofit Corporation Laws and Issues for Reform
    Kawashima Nobuko
    The Nonprofit Review, JAPAN NPO RESEARCH ASSOCIATION, 5(1) 1 - 11, 2005
  • 各国の福祉事情(第9回)「ガバメント」から「ガバナンス」へ(4)文化とソーシャル・インクルージョン
    河島 伸子
    月刊福祉, 全国社会福祉協議会, 88(1) 100 - 103, Jan. 2005
  • 各国の福祉事情(8)「ガバメント」から「ガバナンス」へ(3)ソーシャル・インクルージョンと地域再生
    河島 伸子
    月刊福祉, 全国社会福祉協議会, 87(13) 94 - 97, Dec. 2004
  • 各国の福祉事情(7)「ガバメント」から「ガバナンス」へ(2)NPOと行政の協働
    河島 伸子
    月刊福祉, 全国社会福祉協議会, 87(12) 96 - 99, Nov. 2004
  • 各国の福祉事情(6)「ガバメント」から「ガバナンス」へ(1)イギリス福祉国家の変遷
    河島 伸子
    月刊福祉, 全国社会福祉協議会, 87(11) 94 - 97, Oct. 2004
  • 地方自治体における文化振興の今後--アーツ・マネージャーを育む文化政策 (特集 都市と文化芸術)
    河島 伸子
    都市問題研究, 都市問題研究会, 56(3) 67 - 79, Mar. 2004
  • Businesses and the NPO sector in Japan: Development and prospects
    Nobuko Kawashima
    The Voluntary and Non-Profit Sector in Japan: The Challenge of Change, 102 - 117, 19 Jun. 2003, In book
  • 巻頭言 公共政策とNPO〔含 質疑応答〕
    河島 伸子
    財政学研究, 財政学研究会, (31) 1 - 15, Oct. 2002
  • Y. Tokumaru and I. Toshimitu, Arts and Cultural Policies I, Arts and Society, A. neki, Arts and Cultural policies II, Policy making and Management, Hosodaigaku Kyoikushinkokai, 2002
    Kawashima N
    Cultural Economics, 文化経済学会〈日本〉, 3(2) 104 - 105, 2002
  • The Emerging Nonprofit Sector in Japan: Recent Changes and Prospects
    Kawashima Nobuko
    The Nonprofit Review, 日本NPO学会, 1(1) 5 - 14, 2001
  • I. Sato, The Making of Contemporary Theatre in Japan
    Kawashima N
    Cultural Economics, 文化経済学会〈日本〉, 2(1) 80 - 80, 2000
  • The emerging non-profit sector in Japan: Recent changes and prospects
    Nobuko Kawashima
    Global Economic Review, 29(4) 89 - 105, 2000, Scientific journal
  • Marketing at Local Authority Museums in Britain: An Analysis of Museum Organization
    Kawashima N
    Cultural Economics, 文化経済学会〈日本〉, 2(1) 47 - 54, 2000
  • The introduction of strategic management to local authority museums in Britain: A missing link between policy and organisation theory
    Nobuko Kawashima
    Policy and Politics, 27(3) 359 - 373, 1999, Scientific journal
  • Cultural Policy Research: Progress and Prospects From an International Perspective
    Kawashima N
    Cultural Economics, 文化経済学会〈日本〉, 1(3) 9 - 17, 1999
  • Decentralisation in Cultural Policy
    Kawashima N
    Cultural Economics, 文化経済学会〈日本〉, 1(1) 11 - 17, 1998
  • 文化政策の国際比較: 研究の現状と今後の課題
    河島 伸子
    文化経済学会〈日本〉論文集, 文化経済学会〈日本〉, 1996(2) 47 - 52, 1996
  • COMPARING CULTURAL POLICY : TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMPARATIVE STUDY
    河島 伸子
    EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CULTURAL POLICY, (1-2) 289 - 307, 1995
  • 海外の文化政策--行政,企業と文化の接点 (都市と文化--メセナ再考<特集>)
    河島 伸子
    都市問題, 東京市政調査会, 83(10) p65 - 75, Oct. 1992

MISC

  • 文化政策はどこへ向かうのか? : 文化の本質的価値と経済的価値の対立の先で (特集 価値の由来、表現を支えるもの : 経済、教育、出版、労働……)
    河島 伸子; 津田 大介
    早稲田文学. [第10次], 早稲田文学会 ; 2007-, (24) 8 - 33, 2020
  • Report on the 7th ICCPR (International Conference on Cultural Policy Research)
    河島 伸子
    文化経済学, 文化経済学会 (日本), 9(2) 117 - 119, Sep. 2012
  • A report on the 16th international conference on cultural economics Copenhagen and the English sessions in the conference of Japan Association for Cultural Economics Kobe
    後藤 和子; 勝浦 正樹; 河島 伸子
    Cultural economics, 文化経済学会(日本), 7(2) 81 - 86, Sep. 2010
  • Knowing the public. A review of museum marketing literature and research
    Nobuko Kawashima
    Museum Management and Curatorship, 17(1) 21 - 39, 1998, Report scientific journal

Books etc

  • 新時代のミュージアム : 変わる文化政策と新たな期待
    河島, 伸子; 小林, 真理; 土屋, 正臣
    ミネルヴァ書房, Sep. 2020
  • コンテンツ産業論 第二版: 文化創造の経済・法・マネジメント
    河島, 伸子
    ミネルヴァ書房, Sep. 2020, Single work
  • Asian cultural flows : cultural policies, creative industries, and media consumers
    河島, 伸子; Lee, Hye-Kyung
    Springer, 2018
  • Asian Cultural Flows
    KAWASHIMA Nobuko; LEE Hye-Kyung
    Springer, 2018, Joint editor
  • Film policy in a globalised cultural economy
    Hill, John (W. John); 河島, 伸子
    Routledge, 2018
  • 変貌する日本のコンテンツ産業 : 創造性と多様性の模索
    河島, 伸子; 生稲, 史彦
    ミネルヴァ書房, Oct. 2013
  • イギリス映画と文化政策 : ブレア政権以降のポリティカル・エコノミー
    河島, 伸子; 大谷, 伴子; 大田, 信良; エグリントン 佐藤, みか; 三浦, 玲一; 松本, 朗; 太下, 義之
    慶應義塾大学出版会, Oct. 2012
  • グローバル化する文化政策
    佐々木, 雅幸; 川崎, 賢一; 河島, 伸子
    勁草書房, Jul. 2009
  • 芸術文化NPOにおけるステークホルダーの関係性マネジメント
    河島, 伸子
    [河島伸子], Jun. 2004
  • 文化政策を学ぶ人のために
    上野, 征洋; 荒川, 裕子; 片山, 泰輔; 河島, 伸子; 伊藤, 裕夫; 谷川, 真美; 尾野, 正晴; 小林, 真理; 中川, 幾郎; 阿蘇, 裕矢; 瀬沼, 克彰; 池村, 六郎; 野村, 卓志; 犬塚, 潤一郎; 友岡, 邦之
    世界思想社, Aug. 2002
  • アーツ・マネジメント
    川崎, 賢一; 佐々木, 雅幸; 河島, 伸子
    放送大学教育振興会, Mar. 2002
  • Global culture : media, arts, policy, and globalization
    Crane, Diana; 河島, 伸子; 川崎, 賢一
    Routledge, 2002
  • GLOBAL CULTURE
    ROUTLEDGE, 2002
  • ARTS MANAGEMENT
    2002
  • GLOBAL CULTURE
    ROUTLEDGE, 2002
  • 文化政策学 : 法・経済・マネジメント
    後藤, 和子; 河島, 伸子; 小林, 真理; 池上, 惇
    有斐閣, Aug. 2001
  • 文化政策学
    有斐閣, 2001
  • CULTURAL POLICY: AN INTRODUCTION
    2001
  • 自由時間社会の文化創造
    平本, 一雄; 木村, 尚三郎; 坂井, 重遠; 池上, 惇; 川村, 雅人; 中谷, 信一; 瀬沼, 克彰; 有園, 格; 末吉, 一成; 間野, 義之; 平本, 一雄; 鎌形, 太郎; 菅原, 道雄; 田中, 美子; 森下, 慶子; 小田, 重和; 室田, 昌子; 樋口, 勝美; 吉本, 光宏; 片岡, 真実; 河島, 伸子; 大和, 滋
    ぎょうせい, Jun. 1993
  • 文化のパトロネージ
    洋泉社, 1991
  • SUPPORTING THE ARTS : A JAPANESE PERSPECTIVE
    1991
  • Global culture : media, arts, policy, and globalization : pbk
    Crane Diana; 河島 伸子; 川崎 賢一
    Routledge
  • コンテンツ産業論ー創造の経済・法・マネジメント
    ミネルヴァ書房
  • The Content Industries

Works

  • 高知県立美術館事業評価
    2002
  • An Evaluation of the Kochi Museum of Art
    2002

Research Projects

  • Asian Cultural Flows: Creative Industries and Cultural Policies
    河島 伸子
    本研究は、東アジアにおいてトランスナショナルに文化・芸術が流通している現象につき、それを推進(または抑制)する経済的背景、文化政策的要因を分析することを通じ、文化の質的変容と社会における相互理解の進展を検討するものである。従来の人文学研究では、文化の内容そのもの、あるいはその「受容、消費」を中心とし、その背景にある芸術・文化産業の経済的・産業的特徴、企業の経営・マーケティング戦略、文化政策への考察は不足している。本研究は、文化政策、文化産業、グローバル文化を専門とする国際的研究チームにより文化フローの形成要因を明らかにし、文化と社会の変容に迫ることを目的に京都、ソウル、ロンドンで会議を続けた。もっとも重要な研究成果として、共著書(Kawashima and Lee eds, Asian Cultural Flows, Springer, 2018)を刊行した。アジアにおける日本や韓国のポピュラー文化普及については、従来は、カルチュラル・スタディーズ、批判的メディア学の視点から論じられてきたが、産業や文化政策が文化のフローに対して果たした役割を論じるものはほとんどなかった。産業面から分析した先行研究では、特に文化政策への視点には欠けていた。本書では特に、クール・ジャパン戦略を掲げつつも文化政策に不熱心な日本、1990年代後半より文化政策を大幅に増強し海外展開を図り始めた韓国、海外からの文化流入に一定の歯止めをかける中国など、発信・受信国の多様な文化政策が、海外発信力のある文化の「生産」とそのフロー(流通)にどのような影響を持つのかを分析し、文化の越境・グローバル化を論じた点、大きな意義を持つものと考えられる。英文での出版であり、日本国内でどのように読まれるかはわからないが、国際的な出版社より出しており、ウェブ検索で各章にもあたるように設計されているので、今後影響力を持って行くことが期待できる。, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research, 2015/04 -2019/03, Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research, Doshisha University
  • 東アジアにおける文化フロー
    河島 伸子
    挑戦的萌芽研究, 2015/04 -2019/03, Principal investigator, Competitive research funding
  • ミュージアムと地域活性化
    河島 伸子
    基盤研究(B), 2016 -2019, Principal investigator, Competitive research funding
  • Museum and Community--Towards a New Engagement
    Kawashima Nobuko; SASAKI Toru; KOBAYASHI Mari; YAMANASHI Toshio
    We conclude from this research project that museums have economic and social roles to play in contributing to local/regional regeneration. Traditionally museums have largely been focused on collection management, but they are now expected to help community building in a unique way. As Japan suffers from problems of economic decline and the decrease in population particularly in local citiies and towns, museums would have to become hubs and centres of community culture. Engagement with citizens is a key in new museum management., Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), 2012/04 -2016/03, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Doshisha University
  • An Economic Study on Protection of Intellectual Property Rights in Developing and Emerging Countries
    Domon Koji; Kawashima Nobuko; Managi Shunsuke; Horie Shinya
    This research considered infringements of intellectual property rights by field research in Asian developing and emerging countries, and obtained characteristics of illegal trades and behaviors in the infringements. By doing interviews and collecting samples and official data, we focused on counterfeit parts, fake ingredients of Japanese food, illegal copies and files of music content, and patents of environment technologies. Furthermore we examined the possibility of cooperation to combat infringements between developed and developing countries., Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), 2011/04 -2016/03, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Waseda University
  • Changes in the British Cinema-Film Policy from the 1980s, the Market and the Text
    KAWASHIMA Nobuko; OOTA Nobuyoshi
    Economic and cultural globalization that has particularly progressed since the 1990s has meant global strategy for Hollywood whereby more than half of box office is earned in the territories outside North America. Such globalizatio has affected the UK film industry, too, as its works need to have a sharper focus on Britishness. At the same time, however, economic concerns of UK cultural policy require more productions coming to the UK from Hollywood. As works such as Queen show, such a dilemma between cultural and economic goals of film policy has been translated into the redefined national identity and consolidated into neo-liberalism that has spurred global capitalism., Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research, 2011 -2013, Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research, Doshisha University
  • Policy for amending income inequality and reforming social security based on happiness analysis
    TACHIBANAKI Toshiaki; IHORI Toshihiro; OSHIO Takashi; IDA Takanori; GENDA Yuji; OHTA Souichi; ITABA Yoshio; YAGI Tadashi; KAWASHIMA Nobuko; URAKAWA Kunio
    In this research project, we investigated the roles of social security system in improving the state of happiness by decomposing the source of happiness into the factors such as employment system, family relation, marriage, welfare program, education system, cultural environment, community functions, and communication opportunities in a society. To conduct this research, we modeled the behavior of individuals by focusing on the psychological factors, and designed the survey questionnaire, and conducted the internet survey. We focused our analysis on the effect of employment system and working style on the happiness. Especially, we controlled the personality factors in the empirical analysis, and examined the effects of the economic factors and family environment on the state of happiness., Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A), 2010 -2013, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A), Doshisha University
  • The Cultural Industries in the Digital Age-Changes in the Business Environment and the Management of Creativity
    KAWASHIMA Nobuko
    The cultural industries have raised their profile over the last ten to twenty years worldwide, in particular relation to urban regeneration policies and economic competitions among major cities. They have also been increasingly involved with the globalization in trade and politics. The media and entertainment conglomerates of Hollywood in particular have developed a distinctive business structure and global strategies that have given them power and control over many markets in the world. The expansion of copyright and the deregulation of communications globally have helped these businesses to expand, whilst there have been emerging movements to counter the dominance of the Majors., Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), 2006 -2009, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Doshisha University
  • デジタル時代における文化産業―ビジネス環境の変化と創造性のマネジメント
    基盤研究(B)(一般), 2006 -2009, Competitive research funding
  • International Comparative Study on Reinventing the City and Region through Creative Clusters
    SASAKI Masayuki; SETA Fumihiko; NAGAO Kenkichi; KAWASAKI Kenichi; GOTO Kazuko; NODA Kunihiro
    This study paid attention to "creative industry" and examined an ideal method of new urban economic policy centering on "reinventing the urban & regional economy" by the cluster formation. I took up examples of U.K. Netherlands Singapore and analyzed comparison and separated a condition for the creative industry cluster formation in a Japanese urban area by clarifying a characteristic of a formation process of a creative industry cluster. For fostering of the creative industry cluster, the exchanges of "tacit knowledge", the non-monetary transactions to be based on a relationship of mutual trust between companies and the context of urban culture and urban institutional thickness become particularly important. For the creative industry cluster formation, it is important to establish the policy package ; 1) the cultural incubation system that bring up a creator and a wide editor and producer of a field of vision creating, 2) the creative milieu that inspire the exchanges of "tacit knowledge" between cultural entrepreneur, 3) the original market and evaluation axis that stand on historical context of urban culture., Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), 2004 -2006, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B), Osaka City University
  • テレビCMとビジネス環境の変化
    河島 伸子
    吉田秀雄記念事業財団, 研究助成, 2003/04 -2004/03, Principal investigator, Competitive research funding
  • Theoretical and empirical study on Creative Industry and Urban Regeneration
    SASAKI Masayuki; KONAGAYA Kazuyuki; TSUNODA Ryutaro; HONDA Yutaka
    The creative industry is defined by British government as those industries which have their origin in individual creativity, skill and talent and which have a potential for wealth and job creation through the generation and exploitation of intellectual property. These contain advertising, architecture, arts & antique, crafts, design, designer fashion, film & video, game-soft wear, music, performing art, publishing, soft-wear, television & Radio. On the other hand, when we consider that US economist contains R.&D in the creative industry category, we should divide artistic creative industry and scientific creative industry. By our original data, we estimated the volume of Japanese creative industry. They generate about 1,400 thousand employees and 39 thousand million yen revenue in 2001. British creative industry is double in employment and triple in revenue relatively compare to Japanese. As a result, there is large possibility in Japanese creative industry near future. As creative industry and creative city becomes noteworthy, some cities like Kanazawa and Yokohama adopt a new urban policy focused on art & cultural creativity, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), 2002 -2003, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
  • Stakeholder Management in Nonprofit Arts Organizations in Japan
    KAWASHIMA Nobuko; TANAKA Takafumi
    Nonprofit Corporations in the arts are playing an increasingly vital role in cultural policy in Japan. As is seen among Nonprofit Organizations (NPOs) in general, arts NPOs have started with a number of management issues such as lack of resources. The success these NPOs in the arts have achieved so far, however, is remarkable : They have managed to clarify their mission, purposes and areas of activity, decide on organizational design, assign roles to different individuals and obtain resources necessary to start operation in a short space of time. These major decisions amount to so-called strategic management or governance in a wide sense, althongh NPOs are not necessarily aware of, or knowledgeable about, the concept of strategic management. This paper argues that management of varions stakeholders (eg local authorities, corporate sponsors, artists, local communities and volunteers) has been the key to the success. The stakeholders have provided such resources as fending, labour, contacts, information, and 'legitimacy' to the organizations which is essential particularly for start-ups. It is through the negotiation and communication with the stakeholders that the arts NPOs have clarified their purposes and goals and put them in writing, or that they have expanded the areas of activity and obtained important contacts to enable them to put philosophy into practice. Stakeholder management will continue to be an important issue for a further development of arts NPOs In particular it will be important for arts NPOs to turn the relationship with key stakeholders from the one in which NPOs are reliant on outside stakeholders for resources into the one that is mutually dependent. It will also be important for arts NPOs to pay special attention to the needs of internal stakeholders including volunteers. whose motives for getting involved may not fit in with the expectations of the management committee and of the paid staff towards the volunteers. Governance is another issue for Japanese NPOs in the arts. Very often clear line of accountability between different parts of an organization is lacking. Currently management committees are either playing the role of paid staff or giving rubber-stamps to whatever is brought up to their meetings. The present law for Nonprofit Corporation has some flaws in relation to governance, which is also the case in the United States, albeit in different respects. In the meantime, it is important that NPOs take action to enhance accountability to stakeholders and set up accountable, organizational structures of governance., Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), 2002 -2003, Competitive research funding, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), DOSHISHA UNIVERSITY
  • オーケストラの鑑賞者開発
    河島 伸子
    吉田秀雄記念事業財団, 研究助成, 2001/04 -2002/03, Principal investigator, Competitive research funding
  • A Cultural-Reproduction Functioned by Cultural Policies -Forcusing on Art Policies in U.K., U.S.A., Singapore and Japan-
    KAWASAKI Kenichi; GOTO Kazuko; KAWASHIMA Nobuko; SASAKI Masayuki; KOBAYASHI Mari
    Our collabolative study began in April 1997 and just ended in March 2000. Our purpose is to compare 4 countries (U.K., U.S.A., Singapore and Japan) cultural policies, particularly in art policies. We did not restricted with comparing between European-U.S, and Japan as former studies we can early find. Instead we added Singapore's case, in which we can have lots of attention. Our method of study is four meetings where we could discuss about comparing with each art policies. First of all, in Tokyo of September 1997, we had first meeting and were discussing a method of how to compare among four counties and realized cultural policies in contemporary Japan. Next in Singapore in March 1998, we had second meeting. This meeting was very significant, because art policies of Singapore were another type of "Asian" type of them, different with Tokyo case. Most of members began to think about the necessity of expanding the method of our comparative standard, Thirdly we had Birmingham meeting in June 1998, not in London. We realized cultural policies in U.K. and discussed both on decentralization of cultural policies in U.K. on cultural planning in some British cities. Lastly we had final meeting in New York in September 1999. In this meeting we discussed on the recent American trend, particularly privatization and art industries in New York, and talked with output of our collabolation. We planed to have a final symposium on "Globalizing Cultural Policies" in Tokyo in 2001., Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)., 1997 -1999, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)., Komazawa University
  • アメリカにおけるブランデッド・エンタテインメント-「業界」としての現状と今後の課題
    吉田秀雄記念事業財団, 吉田秀雄記念事業財団助成研究, 各種団体からの研究助成, Competitive research funding
  • オーケストラのマーケティング
    吉田秀雄記念事業財団, 吉田秀雄記念事業財団助成研究, 各種団体からの研究助成, Competitive research funding
  • 文化産業としての広告表現制作活動
    吉田秀雄記念事業財団, 吉田秀雄記念事業財団助成研究, 各種団体からの研究助成, Competitive research funding
  • CULTURAL ECONOMICS, CULTURAL POLICY, CULTURAL INDUSTRIES
    Competitive research funding
  • 文化経済、文化政策、文化産業
    Competitive research funding

Social Contribution

  • 「京都府文化力創造会議」委員, 2005
  • 「大阪市芸術文化振興事業評価委員会」委員, 2002-2003
  • 「京都府文化振興プラン策定検討会議」 参与, 2002-2003
  • 「大阪市文化芸術振興条例策定検討委員会」委員, 2003
  • 「奈良県ボランティア・NPOとの協働のあり方に関する検討委員会」 委員, 2002