NAGANUMA Ken
Faculty of Commerce Department of Commerce
Professor
Last Updated :2021/10/23

Researcher Profile and Settings

Research Interests

  • electronic commerce
  • e-SWB
  • e-B/L
  • Sea-Waybill

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences/Commerce

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Commerce, Doshisha University
  • 修士(商学), 日本大学

Misc

  • The influence of the reformed commercial law on the choice of transport documents
    Ken Naganuma
    Academy for International Business Transaction, (23)47 - 59, Aug. 2021
  • The current situation and reasons for usage of surrender B/L in Japan
    Ken Naganuma
    48巻(10号)1431 - 1436, Oct. 2020
  • Soft Law in Transport Document Usage and Its Circulation Model
    Ken NAGANUMA
    (21)201 - 219, Jul. 2019, Japanese
  • Establishment of Soft Law in the International Trade and its Circulation Model : Case Study on Transport Documents
    Ken NAGANUMA
    The Doshisha business review, 70(1)65 - 81, Jul. 2018, Japanese
  • New Solution to Problems of L/G System in Asia
    Ken NAGANUMA
    64(4)87 - 105, Mar. 2017
  • Adoption Model of Non-negotiable Documents in International Business Transactions
    Ken NAGANUMA
    Journal of business, Nihon University, 86(4)287 - 304, Mar. 2017
  • Cultural Influences on the Establishment of Surrendered B/L as a Trade Custom
    Ken NAGANUMA
    The Doshisha business review, 68(1・2)37 - 55, Sep. 2016
  • The Diffusion of Surrender B/L in International Transaction and its Multi-Culture Influence
    The Journal of International business communication, (75)23 - 32, 2016
  • The Diffusion and New Variation of Surrendered B/L in International Business Transactions
    Ken NAGANUMA
    The Doshisha business review, 66(6)1317 - 1333, Mar. 2015
  • The necessity of electronic transport documents in international business transactions and its diffusion theory
    Ken Naganuma
    The Doshisha business review, 66(1)302 - 324, 2014
  • Empirical Research on Factors adopting Surrender Bill of Lading in Japan
    Ken Naganuma
    (16)31 - 44, 2014
  • A study for the changes of surrendered B/L and the progress of electronic transport documents
    Ken Naganuma
    64(5)648 - 664, 2013
  • A Study of the Influence that the Diffusion of the New Type Surrendered B/L has on the Progress of Electronic Transport Documents
    Ken Naganuma
    (15)96 - 109, 2013
  • A Study on the Probative Value of Evidence of Transport Documents
    Ken Naganuma
    1(2)57 - 69, 2011
  • A Study on the Probative of Evidence of Items Mentioned in Transport Documents
    the Doshisha Business Review, 62(3+4)45 - 56, 2010
  • The Diffusion of the Sea-Waybill and the Progress of e-Trade
    Ken Naganuma
    The Journal of Korea Research Society for Customs, 7(3), 2006