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Fukuda Ryo
 
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Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Lecturer
Position
Lecturer
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Degree

  • Doctor of Engineering ( 2019.3   The University of Tokyo )

  • Master of Engineering ( 2016.3   The University of Tokyo )

Research Interests

  • human geography

  • regional science

  • economic geography

  • national land planning

  • industrial location

  • urban planning

Education

  • The University of Tokyo   大学院工学系研究科   都市工学専攻

    2014.4 - 2019.3

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  • The University of Tokyo   工学部   都市工学科

    2012.4 - 2014.3

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  • The University of Tokyo   教養学部前期課程   文科Ⅰ類

    2010.4 - 2012.3

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Research History

  • Okayama University   Faculty of Economics   Lecturer

    2021.4

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  • Hitotsubashi University   TDB-CAREE   Visiting Researcher

    2021.2

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  • The University of Tokyo   Collaborative Research Organization for Future Regional Society   Project Assistant Professor

    2019.10 - 2021.3

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  • Teikoku Databank, Ltd.   データソリューション企画部総合研究所   Visiting Researcher

    2019.10 - 2021.3

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  • The University of Tokyo   The Graduate School of Engineering, Department of Urban Engineering   Project Researcher

    2019.6 - 2019.9

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  • Teikoku Databank, Ltd.   データソリューション企画部総合研究所   Researcher

    2019.5 - 2019.9

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  • Japan Society for Promotion of Science   Research Fellowship for Young Scientists

    2016.4 - 2019.3

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Professional Memberships

  • Japan Association for Planning Administration

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  • THE CITY PLANNING INSTITUTE OF JAPAN

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  • THE JAPAN ASSOCIATION OF ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHERS

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  • THE ASSOCIATION OF JAPANESE GEOGRAPHERS

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  • Architectural Institute of Japan

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Committee Memberships

  • The City Planning Institute of Japan   Editorial Committee  

    2021.10   

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  •   Yokkaichi Minato Machizukuri Plan Review Committee  

    2020.6 - 2021.4   

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Papers

  • Characteristics of Nationwide Migration in Japan under the COVID-19 Pandemic Reviewed

    Ryo Fukuda

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   57 ( 3 )   1210 - 1217   2022.10

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    DOI: 10.11361/journalcpij.57.1210

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  • Changes in the Location of Corporate Branch Offices, Including Those of Companies without Nationwide Operations Reviewed

    FUKUDA Ryo

    E-journal GEO   17 ( 2 )   338 - 349   2022.10

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    DOI: 10.4157/ejgeo.17.338

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  • RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LAND USE REGULATION AND FACTORY LOCATION CONTINUITY IN MEDIUM-SIZED CITIES Reviewed

    Ryo FUKUDA

    Journal of Architecture and Planning   87 ( 797 )   1229 - 1238   2022.7

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    DOI: 10.3130/aija.87.1229

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  • CURRENT STATUS OF INNOVATION AND LOCATION IN CITIES OUTSIDE METROPOLITAN AREAS Reviewed

    Ryo FUKUDA

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   86 ( 787 )   2304 - 2313   2021.9

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  • Assessment of Regional Sustainability from an Economic Point of View Reviewed

    Planning and Public Management   44 ( 3 )   83 - 89   2021.8

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  • STUDY ON THE FORMATION OF NEOLIBERALISM CITY AND SPATIAL POLARIZATION IN TOKYO : Focus on the situation of gentrification in special wards of Tokyo Reviewed

    KIDOKORO Tetsuo, HSIAO Hongwei, FUKUDA Ryo

    Journal of Architecture and Planning   86 ( 779 )   149 - 159   2021.1

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    This study aims at the verification of the hypothesis on the polarization to mega-city regions and urban divide with focus on gentrification in the Special Wards of Tokyo, Japan. Following the extensive literature review on gentrification, firstly, we analyzed the situation of gentrification and urban divide at the Ward level and applied the cluster analysis to further discuss the situation at a micro-level. Secondly, we shed light on the relation between local government policies on urban regeneration and gentrification in Tokyo and found strong relationship between them.

     The acceleration of the concentration of wealth to Tokyo is clearly observed in Japan since 2000s. In particular, the polarization of wealth as well as the highest income class to the central part of Tokyo is ever accelerating these days under the neoliberal urban policies. In the urban scale analysis in the Special Wards of Tokyo, situation of gentrification in the central city areas are obvious these days. On the other hands, the concentration of lower income households is observed in inner areas. Younger people of lower income tend to live in the west inner city areas while aged people with lower income tend to live in the north and east inner city areas. As a result, the urban divide in both social and spatial terms are observed. Yet, in inner city areas middle-class gentrification through the development of high-rise apartments/condominiums are also actively advancing and thus micro-level, mosaic-pattern spatial disparity is formed in inner city areas of Tokyo.

     Based on the analysis on the land use and urban redevelopment policies of Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the City Master Plans of 7 selected Wards (cities), it is found out that urban development/redevelopment policies at the Ward level are classified to the following 3 types: ‘large-scale urban redevelopment oriented type’, ‘incremental improvement oriented type’ and ‘hybrid type’. Wards located in the city center and its vicinity belong to the large-scale urban redevelopment-oriented type, while other Wards belong to other types based on their situations. The large-scale urban redevelopment-oriented policies naturally have high affinity to neoliberalism urban development/redevelopment policies. It follows that urban development/redevelopment polices in the Wards in the city center and its vicinity promote gentrification in those areas and thus bring about urban divide in Tokyo.

    DOI: 10.3130/aija.86.149

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  • Study on the polarization to megacity regions and the urban divide: Focusing on the case of Nishinari Ward, Osaka City, Japan Reviewed

    Tetsuo Kidokoro, Hongwei Hsiao, Ryo Fukuda

    JAPAN ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW   4 ( 1 )   117 - 128   2021.1

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    This study aimed at verifying a hypothesis regarding the polarization to megacity regions and the urban divide. In the first part, we examined the polarization to megacity regions in Japan focusing on concentration of wealth based on various economic statistics, as well as records of public investment. In the second part, we selected Osaka city as a case analysis for examining the urban divide inside a megacity region (based on a cluster analysis) and analyzed the current conditions of the urban divide in Osaka City. In the third part, we examined the diverse types of living in the Airin area, Nishinari Ward, Osaka City. Through analysis based on interview surveys conducted at local real estate companies, we discussed the mechanisms in housing provisions for realizing of diversity. Urban divides (in both social and spatial terms) are clearly observed in Osaka City. In particular, the Airin area of the Nishinari Ward in Osaka City is the area where daily construction workers are concentrated, and many of workers in this area are old and/or have lost jobs. Simultaneously, the Airin area functions as a place to nurture diversity, as a gateway to the city.

    DOI: 10.1002/2475-8876.12189

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  • STUDY ON THE POLARIZATION TO MEGA-CITY REGIONS AND THE URBAN DIVIDE Reviewed

    Tetsuo Kidokoro, Hongwei Hsiao, Ryo Fukuda

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   85 ( 767 )   79 - 88   2020.1

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    DOI: 10.1002/2475-8876.12189

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  • Geographical backgrounds of the founders and innovations at the times of the establishment Reviewed

    Fukuda Ryo, Kidokoro Tetsuo

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   54 ( 3 )   1379 - 1386   2019.10

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  • Relocations are determined by firms' relationships with financing institutions: A paper based on network data for Japanese firms Reviewed

    Ryo Fukuda, Tetsuo Kidokoro, Fumihiko Seta, Ryo Sato

    Papers in Regional Science   98 ( 4 )   1685 - 1712   2019.8

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    Both theoretical and empirical research studies the factors influencing firms' location choices. This paper presents a new viewpoint by considering relationship continuity to explain small-scale relocations and relocations of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which represent the majority of firms. The influences of firms' relationships with financing institutions are studied using a two-stage nested logit model. Consequently, the positive effect of relationships on location choices is revealed and the factors preventing firms from moving are described. The model is valid for estimating relocations to medium-sized cities, and the influences on shrinking firms as opposed to expanding firms are especially strong.

    DOI: 10.1111/pirs.12425

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  • The roles of representatives from other regions in firms located in provincial areas: Through the analysis between birthplaces of the representatives and the performances of firms Reviewed

    Ryo Fukuda, Tetsuo Kidokoro, Fumihiko Seta

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   53 ( 3 )   1043 - 1050   2018.10

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    Diversity of birthplace of workers is pointed has been regarded as important factors for performances of firms. On the other hand, from the viewpoint of promotion of rural areas, introduction of information from advanced areas including tacit knowledge is effective. In this paper, focusing on intranational variety of hometowns, we analyzed representatives' birthplaces of small and medium sized firms in Japan. We detected the both effects on the performance of the firms. As a result, it has been revealed that the former process especially influence the general growth of firms indicated with the increasing ration of the number of workers for example and the latter has strong relationship with making innovations. In addition, both contribute to variety of industrial categories through enhancement of highly skilled categories. These results imply the significance of increasing gross population movement in industrial promotion.

    DOI: 10.11361/journalcpij.53.1043

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  • The Study on the Incubation Functions of the Inner Areas of Tokyo From the Viewpoint of 'Innovation Town Hypothesis' Reviewed

    Tetsuo Kidokoro, Ryo Fukuda, Kohei Masuda, Hong-Wei Hsiao

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   53 ( 3 )   740 - 747   2018.10

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    This research aims to test the viability of 'innovative town hypothesis' in the case of the nurturing innovation power in metropolitan cities, taking the case of Tokyo 23 wards areas. 'Innovation town hypothesis' is the hypothesis to explain the process of regional revitalization by making the town centers to be creative and multiple-use incubation areas. In order to test the hypothesis, this research conducted in Tokyo 23 wards areas (1) analysis of spatial structure from the viewpoint of creative city theory, (2) analysis of the urban forms from the viewpoint of variety, and (3) interview survey to key persons from the viewpoint of the formation of creative community. The research concludes that the Tokyo inner area has a favorable spatial structure and urban forms to form creative communities and thus it has functioned as the platform of incubation of creative industry.

    DOI: 10.11361/journalcpij.53.740

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  • Long terms transition of dealing relationships of firms located in the East Japan Great earthquake areas

    Ryo Fukuda, Tetsuo Kidokoro

    Reports of City Planning Institute of Japan   ( 16 )   273‐277   2017.12

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  • Mutual Connections of Economic Zones Based on Inter-Firm Relationships in Japan Reviewed

    Ryo Fukuda, Tetsuo Kidokoro, Fumihiko Seta

    Annals of the Association of Economic Geographers   63 ( 3 )   201‐216 - 216   2017.9

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    DOI: 10.20592/jaeg.63.3_201

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  • Study on Effects of Consumer Behavior on Regional Economy Reviewed

    Ayu Miyakawa, Hiroki Nishi, Atsushi Koike, Ryo Fukuda, Keisuke Sato, Satoshi Fujii

    Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. D3 (Infrastructure Planning and Management)   72 ( 5 )   I_393 - I_405   2016.12

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    Although it is important to understand the influence of consumer behavior on regional economy, as far as we know, no empirical research has been conducted in Japan. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to verify the economic impact of consumer's behavior on regional economy. We investigated two local merchants and four chain stores in Kyoto-city in order to compare the local economic return of consumption. As a result it was shown that if some shopping is done at local merchant, approximately 52% of consumption revenue will return to local economy, however if some shopping is done at chain store, the return rate will become about its half. This result suggests us about a desirable consumer behavior for regional vitalization.

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  • Factors causing decentration oriented relocation of firms-Through analyses of individual firms and regions- Reviewed

    Ryo Fukuda, Tetsuo Kidokoro, Fumihiko Seta, Ryo sato

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   51 ( 3 )   1070 - 1077   2016.10

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    As extreme concentration to Tokyo proceeds, relocations of firms to rural areas are needed. However, comparing to Tokyo, Japanese cities in rural areas are disadvantaged in some economic factors. There are three approaches to explain the reason why firms relocate to disadvantaged areas: network of firms, location condition and city centers. In this paper, the author tried to verify influences of these factors through analyses of individual firms and regions. It can be realized by comparing rational destinations and real destination of relocations. As a result, some group of firms which relocated to disadvantaged areas are innovation oriented or high skilled personnel oriented. And regions which attract many firms tend to be good at three factors above. Especially, structure of networks of inter-firm deals of a region is important, and this corresponds to effects of policies which are carried out to make good use of existing firms.

    DOI: 10.11361/journalcpij.51.1070

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  • Relocation of Firms Based on Networks of Dealings Reviewed

    Ryo Fukuda, Ryo Sato, Fumihiko Seta

    Annals of the Association of Economic Geographers   62 ( 1 )   19‐38 - 38   2016.3

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    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Even while the Japanese population is decreasing, immigration to larger cities has not stopped. Therefore, smaller cities are confronting an even heavier decline. Up until today, efforts have been made to promote the industries of smaller cities, but the outcomes are inadequate to satisfy the need to relocate population. Based on spatial economics that originated with Krugman (1991), it is natural that people will concentrated in larger cities with decreasing transportation costs.<BR>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Based on the above, this paper demonstrates changes in the location of firms by introducing distance resistances and increasing returns as fundamental principles. The model constructed here supposes a balance of trade networks and an imbalance from the location of firms and expresses slow change in firm location. This means that the potential condition of the easing of location at any time slowly influences the real location. As a result, this shows clearly that a concentration of some kinds of industries to smaller cities is possible.<BR>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;This firm location change comes from data held by TEIKOKU DATABANK, LTD., examining about 140 thousand firms. Potential conditions for location were rated by adopting 80 categories of industries and 231 metropolitan areas. Therefore, it was possible to consider the potential to locate to smaller cities.<BR>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;As a result, a slow change in firm location is observed and the possibility of firms moving to smaller cities is brought to light. Additionally, it is shown that there are a variety of industries based on distribution of location potential. Firms of some industries make decisions to locate to the central parts of the nation, while others make the decision to move to less central or marginal areas. This fact suggest an idea of what industries are suitable to promote to local municipalities.

    DOI: 10.20592/jaeg.62.1_19

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  • Study on the new perspectives of town centers of small to medium-sized cities from the viewpoint of regional innovation-Based on the Interview Surveys to enterprises in Ishinomaki City and Nagahama City- Reviewed

    Tetsuo Kidokoro, Sae Kondo, Daiki Iwata, Ryo Fukuda

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   50 ( 3 )   580 - 587   2015.10

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  • Peculiarity on Structure of Metropolitan Areas Based on Networks of Inter-firm Deals: Comprehensive Demonstration All over Japan Using Big Data Reviewed

    Ryo Fukuda, Tetsuo Kidokoro, Ryo Sato

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   50 ( 3 )   560 - 567   2015.10

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    Importance to build industrial accumulations on the scale of metropolitan areas in order to develop provincial cities is indicated. However, current policies to promote industrial accumulations don't have the viewpoint of where to locate within metropolitan areas. In this paper the author presented two models of accumulations (central place theory and economic base model) and revealed peculiarity of location depending on distance from city centers analyzing the structure of deals between firms. In order to realize this, the author classified companies grounding on distribution (inter/outer the metropolitan area) of their selling and buying. As a result, while industrial accumulations based on central place model in any size of city are formed at city center, industrial accumulations based on core industry model are formed at far suburban areas except large cities populated more than one million.

    DOI: 10.11361/journalcpij.50.560

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Books

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  • 国土から見た岡山県の経済活動 Invited

    MONTHLY REPORT   45 ( 534 )   12 - 19   2022.7

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  • 産業と広域的行政機能から見た小規模圏域の実態

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    人と国土21   48 ( 1 )   46 - 46   2022.5

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  • 経済活動の観点から見た分散型国土の持続可能性 Invited

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    都市計画   71 ( 3 )   34 - 37   2022.4

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  • 企業間取引データを活用した政策立案 Invited

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    2021年度 RESAS(地域経済分析システム)を活用した政策立案に関する調査報告書   2022.3

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  • 企業ビッグデータで読み解く地域の経済活動 Invited

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    計画行政   45 ( 1 )   21 - 26   2022.2

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  • 経済活動から見た国土の中の東京 Invited

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    運輸と経済   81 ( 12 )   40 - 45   2021.12

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  • データから見るコロナ禍における変化

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    人と国土21   47 ( 1 )   51   2021.5

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    一般財団法人国土計画協会「新たな国土・広域計画研究会の取組・成果」第3章

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  • 三重県アトラス

    東京大学地域未来社会連携研究機構

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  • 北陸アトラス

    東京大学地域未来社会連携研究機構

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  • 三重県四日市市における地区別土地市活用の政策的課題に関する研究報告書

    東京大学地域未来社会連携研究機構

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  • 巨大都市への集中と都市分断 Invited

    城所哲夫, 蕭閎偉, 福田崚

    居住福祉研究   ( 28 )   2019.11

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  • 自立に必要な付加価値を生み出す圏域をビッグデータで探る Invited

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    地域開発   2019 ( 夏 )   28 - 31   2019.8

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Presentations

  • Branch location trends from 2009 to 2019

    Ryo Fukuda

    2020.11.14 

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  • Company founding in rural areas and relationships with the region inside and outside

    Ryo Fukuda

    The 15th Conference of Asian and African City Planning (AACP2019)  2019.12.22 

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  • 金融機関との関係により規定される企業移転 Invited

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    帝国データバンク先端データ解析共同研究講座シンポジウム2019  2019.12.3 

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  • 創業者の地理的背景と創業時イノベーションの関係

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    日本地理学会春季学術大会  2019.3.20 

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  • nnovations and agglomeration qualities: Empirical study of small- and medium-sized cities in Japan International conference

    Ryo Fukuda

    14th Conference of Asian and African City Planning (AACP2018)  2018.12.8 

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  • Performances of firms and their representatives’ birthplaces International conference

    Ryo Fukuda

    2018 International Conference of Asian-Pacific Planning Societies (ICAPPS)  2018.8.25 

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    Venue:University of Architecture Ho Chi Minh City, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam  

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  • The birthplace of business owners and regional economics International conference

    Ryo Fukuda

    Global Conference on Economic Geography 2018  2018.7.25 

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  • 都市内立地とイノベーションの関係

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    帝国データバンク先端データ解析共同研究講座成果発表会  2017.12.12 

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  • Location choice within urban areas and innovations International conference

    Ryo Fukuda

    Regional studies association winter conference 2017  2017.11.26 

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    Venue:Holiday Inn London Bloomsbury, London, UK  

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  • Study on economic spheres for cooperation among actors

    FUKUDA Ryo

    Proceedings of the General Meeting of the Association of Japanese Geographers  2017.9.30 

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  • Relationship between Living Environments and Location Choice of Firms International conference

    2017 International Conference of Asian-Pacific Planning Societies (ICAPPS)  2017.8.25 

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    Venue:Nagoya Congress Center  

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  • 地方都市における都市圏内立地と企業の成長

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    第30回応用地域学会神戸大会  2016.11.26 

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    Venue:神戸大学六甲台キャンパス  

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  • 企業間ネットワークに基づく経済圏域設定

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    日本地理学会発表要旨集  2016.10.1 

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  • メインバンク関係が企業移転に及ぼす影響

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    2015年度応用地域学会研究発表大会  2015.11.29 

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    Venue:慶應義塾大学三田キャンパス  

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  • 消費者の買い物行動時の選択店舗の相違が地域経済に及ぼす影響に関する研究

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    土木計画学研究・講演集(CD-ROM)  2015.11.23 

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  • 企業間取引ネットワークを用いた広域的企業移転の解明

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    第9 回若手研究交流会  2015.3.7  日本計画行政学会・社会情報学会

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    Venue:東京工業大学大岡山キャンパス  

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  • A study on patterns of internal migrations in Japan ―From the Viewpoint of Super Long-run Changes of Industrial Structures― International conference

    Ryo Fukuda

    21st International Symposium on City Planning (ISCP 2014)  2014.11.7 

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    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Venue:National Urban Planning Exhibition Hall, Hanoi, Vietnam  

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Awards

  • Research Encouragement Award

    2020.6   The City Planning Institute of Japan  

    Ryo Fukuda

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  • Dean's Award

    2019.3   School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo  

    Ryo Fukuda

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  • Technology Award

    2016.7   Japanese Conference On Mobility Management  

    Hiroki Nishi, Ayu Miyakawa, Atsushi Koike, Ryo Fukuda, Keisuke Sato, Satoshi Fujii

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  • Awards for Excellence

    2015.3   The 9th Young Researchers' Networking Seminar (organized by Japan Association for Planning Administration and The Society of Socio-Informatics)  

    Ryo Fukuda

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Class subject in charge

  • Graduation Research Seminar (2022academic year) 1st and 2nd semester  - その他

  • Graduation Research Seminar (2022academic year) 3rd and 4th semester  - その他

  • Seminar (2022academic year) 1st and 2nd semester  - 木7~8

  • Seminar (2022academic year) 3rd and 4th semester  - 木7~8

  • special lectures of area planners (2022academic year) Late  - 金6

  • special lectures of area planners (2022academic year) Late  - 金6

  • Regional Science (2022academic year) 3rd and 4th semester  - 木9

  • Regional Science (2022academic year) 3rd and 4th semester  - 木9

  • Regional Science I (2022academic year) 1st and 2nd semester  - 木5~6

  • Regional Science II (2022academic year) 3rd and 4th semester  - 木1~2

  • Spatial Analysis (2022academic year) Prophase  - 金6

  • Seminar on Spatial Analysis (2022academic year) Late  - 金5

  • Basic Seminar (2022academic year) Fourth semester  - 火7~8

  • Policy Simulation (2022academic year) Late  - 火6

  • Current Topics on Local Public Sector (2022academic year) 3rd and 4th semester  - 水5~6

  • Graduation Research Seminar (2021academic year) 1st and 2nd semester  - その他

  • Graduation Research Seminar (2021academic year) 3rd and 4th semester  - その他

  • Seminar (2021academic year) 1st and 2nd semester  - 木7~8

  • Seminar (2021academic year) 3rd and 4th semester  - 月7~8

  • Regional Science (2021academic year) 3rd and 4th semester  - 火9

  • Regional Science (2021academic year) 3rd and 4th semester  - 火9

  • Regional Science (2021academic year) 3rd and 4th semester  - 火9

  • Regional Science (2021academic year) 3rd and 4th semester  - 火9

  • Regional Science I (2021academic year) 1st and 2nd semester  - 木1~2

  • Regional Science II (2021academic year) 3rd and 4th semester  - 月1~2

  • Spatial Analysis (2021academic year) Prophase  - 金6

  • Seminar on Spatial Analysis (2021academic year) Late  - 金5

  • Basic Seminar (2021academic year) Fourth semester  - 火7~8

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Social Activities

  • 特集:これからの国土像と国土計画の役割

    Role(s):Editer

    日本都市計画学会  都市計画  2022.4.25

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  • 企業間取引データを活用した政策立案

    Role(s):Lecturer

    東京大学地域未来社会連携研究機構  東京大学地域未来社会連携研究機構公開シンポジウム RESASを応用した政策立案の現状と課題  2022.2.7

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  • 何がこれからの都市を発展に導くのか

    Role(s):Lecturer

    四日市臨海部企業懇話会 新年講演会  2021.1.29

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  • 三重県下二都市(津市・四日市市)の比較分析

    Role(s):Contribution

    内閣府地方創生推進室・内閣官房まち・ひと・しごと創生本部事務局  V-RESAS  2020.8.18

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  • 企業間ネットワークの分析から見る新たな連携構築への示唆

    Role(s):Lecturer

    令和元年度第2回AMICセミナー/産学官連携への『道しるべ』  2019.11.21

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  • 企業間取引の現状と企業立地の将来展望

    Role(s):Lecturer

    一般財団法人日本立地センター研修会  2018.1.5

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