[Belonging・Position] Inter-disciplinary Studies Center ・Senior Researcher
[Research Field] Chilean Economy, Managerial Economics

Education / Research Experience

B.A. Anglo-American Department, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 1991
Professional Career:
Researcher, Economic Development Analysis Project Team department, Institute of Developing Economies (IDE), 1991
Visiting Researcher (Santiago de Chile)
Expert on Mission in Investment and Corporate Strategy Unit, Economic Commission of Latin America and Caribbean UN (ECLAC), 1997-2000
Researcher, Latin American Studies Group, Area Studies Center IDE, 2000-2008
Research Fellow Sent Abroad (Santiago), 2008-2011
Researcher, Latin American Studies Group, Area Studies Center IDE, 2011-2012
Deputy Director, Business and Industry Studies Group, Inter-disciplinary Studies Center, June 2012-September 2012
Senior Research Fellow, Area Studies Center, 2017-

Major Works

  • 'The Second Round of Competition in the Chilean Telecom Industry,' Latin America Report , Vol.22, No.2, 2005 (Japanese).
  • 'Chile/The Mechanism of Corporate Control by Family and the Capital Market Reform', Ajiken World Trend , Vol.199, 2005 (Japanese).
  • 'Swallowing All Drinking Industries: Case of a Chilean Brewery Firm', in Latin America Report , Vol.22, No.1, 2005 (Japanese).
  • 'The Growth of Chilean Family Business Groups: A Study of Pyramid Structures as a Response to Managerial and Financial Constraints' in Taeko Hoshino ed[2004] Management and Innovation in Family Business: A Comparative Study of Asia and Latin America , IDE:Chiba) (Japanese).
  • 'Chile: Financial Analysis of Regional Firms in Electricity and Resource-Processing Industries', in Taeko Hoshino ed[2002] Globalization and Enterprises in Developing Countries , IDE: Chiba) (Japanese).