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Prof. Hajime Eto

University of Tsukuba, Japan

Professor emeritus


Email: etohajime@peach.ocn.ne.jp


Publications (selected)

  1. H. Eto (single authorship): Preface: Technological Systems Assessment in Public Service. International Journal of Services Technology and Management, vol. 1, pp. 299-301. 2000.
  2. H. Matsumoto and H. Eto:Pleasure Boat no Jiko to Hoken nit suite no Genjou Bunseki (Quantitative Analysis of Risks of Pleasure-boats and Related Insurance), Chiba Keizai Ronsou (The Proceeding3 of Chiba Keizai University), vol.25, pp. 71-100. 2001.
  3. H. Eto (single authorship):Kaioyo Kaihatsu ni okeru Risk Gainenn no Kentou to Shin Hoken Shijou no Kanousei Examination of Risks in Ocean Development and the Posibility of New Insurance. Chiba Keizai Ronsou (The Proceedings of Chiba Keizai University) vol.25, pp.101-128. 2001.
  4. H. Eto. Authorship and citation patterns in Management Science in comparison with operational research. Scientometrics, vol.53, pp.337-340. 2002.
  5. H. Eto (single authorship): Gijutsu Kakushin to Shakai Hendou–Shakai Kagaku no Tetsugaku (Technology Innovation and Social Change). In (Hyakudai Sakamoto and Kazuyuki Nomoto eds). The Philosophy of Science-Introduction to Philosophy in the New Era. Chapter 15, pp.202-225. Hokuju Shuppann, Tokyo. 2002.
  6. H. Eto (single authorship): The suitability of technology forecasting/foresight methods for decision systems and strategy. A Japanese view. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, vol.70, pp.231-249, 2003.
  7. H. Eto (single authorship): Interdisciplinary information input and output of nano-technology project. Scientometrics. vol.58, No.1, 3-31, 2003.
  8. H. Eto (single authorship): Obstacles to the acceptance of technology foresight for decision makers. International Journal of Foresight and Innovation Policies. vol.1, pp.232-242. 2004.
  9. H. Eto (single authorship): Obstacles to emergence of high/new technology parks, ventures and clusters in Japan. Technological Forecasting and Social Change). Vol.72, pp.359-373. 2005.
  10. H. Eto (single authorship): Transfer of traditional techniques to emerging industry for regional development and scientific potential. United Nations Asia Pacific Tech Monitor (Sept-Oct ), 2005.
  11. H. Eto (single authorship): Kagaku Gijutsu to Jinbun-gaku no Houhouronteki Kouryu–Shouwa no Ougai ni okeru Igaku to Jinbun-gaku no Renkan (Methodological Transfer between Science&Technology and Humanities, Interdisciplinary Relationship between Medical Science and the Humanities in the Case of Dr. Ota). Chiba Keizai Ronsou (The Proceedings of Chiba Keizai University) vol.34, pp.1-52. 2006.
  12. H. Eto (single authorship): Scientometric definition of science: In what respect is the humanities more scientific than mathematical and social sciences? Scientometricsvol. 76(No.2), pp.23-42. 2008.
  13. H. Eto (single authorship): National Management System in Global Era: Methodological assessment of its possibility. International Journal of Business and Systems Research. Vol.2, pp.325–342. 2008.
  14. H. Eto (Single authorship): The Philosophy of Science&Technology Policy. http://topics.scirus.com/The Philosophy of Science&Technology Policy.html. Elsevier, 2008.
  15. H. Eto (single authorship): Intercultural Problems in Data Analysis of National Characters, International Journal of Intercultural Information and Management, vol.2, pp.202-217, 2010.
  16. H. Eto and S. Yamamoto, “Methodology transfers between social sciences and humanities in relation to natural sciences, technology and government policy”. Chapter 2 pp.33-52. In “Social Sciences and Knowledge Management”, Edited by A. Lopéz-Varela. Published by Intech, Rijeka, Croatia, 2012.
  17. H. Eto (single authorship): “Intellectual human capital fosterage in locals by schoolteacher-tourism linkage, International Journal of Learning and Intellectual Capital, Vol.10, pp.165–182, 2013.


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