Okazaki Tetsuji 岡崎 哲二, 「戦前期日本銀行の取引先政策」
I did not immediately pick this up, but on the Nautilus-blog, a discussion has been going on about the visibility of Japanese scientists in the digital era. Here is an excerpt:
Ted Bergstrom and Rosemarie Lavaty, How often do economists self-archive? A preprint, self-archived February 8, 2007.
3600 Genk, Belgium
November 30, 1972
Married; spouse: Sagawa Mikiko 佐川樹子 (Japanese)
A while ago, I and my colleague/friend Andreas Bovens made the Japanese ( and Dutch) locale for Zotero, the 'next generation research tool, an easy-to-use Firefox extension to help you collect, manage, and cite your research sources'. In the meanwhile, a user guide in Japanese and a Japanese review appeared.
On 12-14 February 2007, the Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand will hold its yearly conference. The conference pages include the program, prizes and awards, and info on accommodation.
The December 2006 issue of Brill's Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient concentrates on Indian Ocean and on trade diasporas. Unfortunately, only the abstracts are freely available.
Earlier this week, amazon.com announced the publication of Kobayashi Hideo's new book on the Research Bureau of the South Manchurian Railway Company. The book's description (in Japanese):
Bank of Japan's Mari OHNUKI wrote a paper on the Bank of Japan's role in Japan's financial market integration (1882-...). The paper is downloadable (.pdf-file) from the BOJ's IMES pages. Here's the abstract:
One of the purposes cited for establishing the Bank of Japan was to "facilitate finance" by promoting the nationwide integration of the regional financial markets, which until that point had been divided and functioned independently.
From the Zotero-blog:
CHNM’s Roy Rosenzweig, Daniel Cohen, and Joshua Greenberg are presenting an introduction to Zotero at the bi-annual Task Force Meeting of the Coalition for Networked Information in Washington, D. C. on Tuesday, December 5 from 1-2 pm. For registration, contact, and other information, please visit the CNI conference homepage.