YAMAUCHI Yuki
Faculty of Commerce Department of Commerce
Associate Professor
Last Updated :2021/10/24

Researcher Profile and Settings

Research Interests

  • Fashion Business

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences/Economic history

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Faculty of Commerce and Management, Hitotsubashi University, 2009 - 2010
  • Faculty of Commerce, Doshisha University, 2010
  • Hitotsubashi University Faculty of Commerce and Management, Tokyo Japan, Junior research fellow,, 2009 - 2010
  • Doshisha Universsi,, 2010
  • Hitotsubashi University Faculty of Commerce and Management, GCOE program Research Affiliate(Shibusawa project),, 2009

Education

  • Hitotsubashi University, Graduate School of Commerce and Management, 2009
  • Hitotsubashi University, Graduate School, Division of Commerce, 2009
  • Hitotsubashi University, Graduate School of Commerce and Management, 2006
  • Hitotsubashi University, Graduate School, Division of Commerce, 2006
  • Hitotsubashi University, Faculty of Commerce and Management, 2005
  • Hitotsubashi University, Faculty of Commerce, 2005

Academic Degrees

  • 博士(商学), 一橋大学
  • 修士(商学), 一橋大学

Association Memberships

  • Business History Society of Japan
  • Socio-Economic History Society
  • Japan Society of Business Administration
  • European Group of Organizational Studies
  • Enterprise and Society

Misc

  • The Popularization of Department Stores and the System for Creating Trends (1910-1930)
    Yuki Yamauchi
    Japanese Research in Business History, Volume 31(Volume 31)47 - 66, 2014
  • Eiichi Shibusawa's Women's Education : Wives in the Business Community
    Yuki Yamauchi
    第65巻(第6号)264 - 283, 2014
  • Why was Meisen, Japan's traditional working clothe, accepted well in the market as everyday clothes and stylish garments between 1900 to 1930?
    Yuki Yamauchi
    第65巻(第5号)767 - 781, 2014
  • New Famaily, New Women and New Society! : advanced education for women and Eiich Shibusawa
    YAMAUCHI Yuki, KIKKAWA Takeo, SHIMADA Masakazu, TANAKA Kazuhiro
    The Development of human resources by Eiich Shibusawa,, 2013
  • Happen to be Fashionable?: New Practice Creation Through the Sequence of Multiple Actors
    HJBS Working Paper Series,, (115)43496 , 2010
  • The Growing Silk Textile Market in Japan (1920-1930)
    HJBS Working Paper Series, (88)43488 , 2009
  • The First Affordable Silk Textile Moyo Meisen in Japan (1915-1930)
    HJBS Working Paper Series, (90)43495 , 2009
  • Low-price High-volume Strategy at Japanese Department Stores (1920-1930)
    HJBS Working Paper Series, (88)43483 , 2009
  • Market growth of the silk textile Meisen in the 1920s and the new system of the fashion creation
    Japan Business History Review, 44(1)43555 , 2009
  • Fashion Creation System in Japan (1920-1930)
    GCOE Working Paper Series, (95)1 - 33

Conference Activities & Talks

  • The birth of the first affordable silk textile Mesisen
    YAMAUCHI Yuki
    The colloquium for yarn-dyed fabric Japan, 2012, Kobe, Japan
  • The Role of Enterepreneurs for Modern Japanese Women's Education
    The 50th Congress of the Business History Society of Japan, 2014
  • The special sale starategy of department stores in Japan (1910-1930)
    The regular meeting of the Business History Society of Japan June 23 2012: Kyoto., 2012
  • The Birth of Highly Educated Housewives and Business Modernization
    EBHA - BHSJ Paris 2012 : Business enterprises and the tensions between local and global, 30th August-1st September 2012; Paris., 2012
  • You are not the only one: The role of multiple actors in new practice creation
    27th EGOS Colloquium, Gothenburg, July 6th–9th, 2011; Gothenburg, 2011
  • Why was Meisen, Japan's traditional working clothe, accepted well in the market as everyday clothes and stylish garments between1900 to1930?
    Pasold Research Fund and CHORD joint conference, 8 - 9 September 2010; Wolverhampton UK., 2010
  • The Japanese Fashion Creation System in the 1920s
    European Business History Association—Business History Conference Joint Annual Meeting, June 11-13, 2009: Milan, Italy., 2009
  • How Japanese People Accepted Meisen Silk: from Common Clothes to Street Clothes
    The 45th Annual Meeting of the Business History Society Japan, October 3th-4th 2009; Kyoto, Japan., 2009
  • Technological Change of Weaving and the Diffusion of Power-loom in the Silk District
    The 82th Annual Meeting of the Japan Society of Business Administration, September 5th-6th 2008; Tokyo, Japan., 2008
  • The first affordable silk textile in Japan (1915-1930) - the innovation of weaving and the diffusion of power looms
    The 77th Annual Conference of Socio-Economic History Society, September 27th - 28th 2008, Hiroshima, Japan., 2008
  • Market growth of Meisen silk and the strategic change of the department stores in the 1920th
    The 43th Annual Conference of the Business History Society of Japan, October 20th -21th 2012, Ehime, Japan., 2007