AffiliationVisiting Lecturer, Hitotsubashi ICS
CoursesAccounting 1 (MBA), Accounting 2 (MBA)
Ryosuke Fujitani received his BBA from Hosei University in Tokyo, and MA and PhD in Commerce and Management from Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo.
Prior to being an Associate Professor in Tokyo Keizai University from 2022, Ryosuke was an assistant professor in Tokyo Keizai University in 2020-2022, a Research Fellow in JSPS (DC1) in 2018-2020 and a visiting scholar at Darla Moore School of Business in 2018-2019 (Overseas Challenge Program for Young Researchers).
His research domain is corporate disclosure, corporate governance, and corporate finance. He is currently working on the research topics, including a) the effect of disclosure regulation on corporate investment decisions; b) economic consequences of macroeconomic uncertainty; and c) financial reporting speed.
His publication includes “Refinance and labor adjustment in Japan” (with Hyonon Kim in Gendai Finance, 2022 in Japanese), “The bright side of frequent financial reporting” (in Japan Journal of Finance, 2020 in Japanese); “Does Stock Market Listing Impact Investment in Japan?” (with Joseph French and Yukihiro Yasuda in Journal of The Japanese and International Economies, 2021); and “Under pressure: listing status and disinvestment in Japan” (with Joseph French and Yukihiro Yasuda in Finance Research Letters, 2020).
His website link is here