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Emeritus Professor, Graduate School of Social Sciences, Hitotsubashi University


Hiroki HAYASHI is an Emeritus professor at the Graduate School of Social Sciences, Hitotsubashi University, from 2018, after serving as a professor from 1997 to 2018, as an associate professor from 1988 and as an assistant professor from 1985 after the completion of doctoral courses at the graduate school. From 2004 to 2007, he was a program director of a program to enhance unique university educations called “Coursework to Establish a Key Station for Human Environment and to Renovate Regional Community,” which is funded by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan. He also serves as a member of the steering committee and as a part-time professor of Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences, Master of Medical Administration (MMA) Course. He specializes in community and policy studies and is carrying out research on improving social environments and enhancing heath in regional communities.

【Committee service, etc.】
The head of the Steering Committee of Long-Term Care Insurance of Kunitachi City, Tokyo

【Recent Publications】
  • Hayashi, H. “Business Model of the innovative company leading the Healthcare Policy,” Hitotsubashi Business Review, 65(2), 70-85, 2017 (in Japanese).
  • Hayashi, H. “Management on Local Community Development and University Education,” Hitotsubashi Business Review, 61(2), 6-20, 2013 (in Japanese).
  • Hisinuma, Y and E. Tanaka ed., supervised by H. Hayashi and M. Yokota, Miracles by Students Community Creators: From Kunitachi-city, a Community Business Started by Students of Hitotsubashi University, Gakubunsya, 2012 (in Japanese).
  • Hayashi, H. “Chapter 4, Current situation and issues in home-based terminal care – (1) Challenges exist in cooperation of medical care, healthcare and social welfare,” K. Nitta (Ed) Medical treatment and care for dying at home - practice of home-based terminal care, Ishiyaku-Shuppan, 2007 (in Japanese).