SUMI Atsushi

Associate Professor, School of Business Administration,
Meiji University

SDGs theme

Research fields:
Globalization and corporate international business; research on possible nodes between an anthropological approach in organization studies and business administration or labor studies

Research themes:
Corporate internationalization and glocalization

Main books and papers:
◆“Kikkoman to Amerika Shinshutsu: Koyo, Rodo, Chiiki Kara [Kikkoman and its operations in the US: from the perspectives of employment, labor, and community].” Gurobaru Kigyo: Kokusaika Gurobaruka no Rekishiteki Tembo [global corporations: historical prospects for their internationalization and globalization] by Abe Etsuo, et al. and edited by Abe Etsuo, Bunshindo Publishing, 2017, ch. 5.
◆“A book review of Thomas P. Rohlen, For Harmony and Strength: Japanese White-collar Organization in Anthropological Perspective [in Japanese],” The Japanese Journal of Labour Studies, Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training, No. 669 (4), 2016, pp. 28-31.
◆「Globalization and the Establishment of Manufacturing Bases Overseas: A Case Study of the “J Automobile Company,” in Enterprise as an Instrument of Civilization: An Anthropological Approach to Business Administration (2016)」(Springer, 2016)