Associate Professor, Graduate School for Creative Cities, Osaka City University
Fields of Interest
Norimichi Goishi joined Osaka City University in 2012 as an associate professor. His recent research focuses on the duration analysis of public assistance recipients and long-term unemployment, social exclusion and policy, effectiveness of social enterprises on employment creation, and activation with a special emphasis on East Asian contexts.
Figure: Unemployment Benefits Recipient Rate
Source: N. Goishi, “Social Safety Net for the Working Poor in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan”
in Gyu-Jing Hwang ed., New Welfare States in East Asia, Edward Elgar, 2011, p.112.
- Chief Research Fellow, Tokyo Institute for Municipal Research (2005-2012)
- Research Associate, Asian Development Bank Institute (2000-2002,2003-2004)
- Master in Economics, March 1994, Tokyo University
- Bachelor in Economics, March 1992, Tokyo University
Recent Paper in English
- “Conditional Convergence of Social Enterprises in Japan and Korea”, EMES-SOCENT Conference Selected Papers, ECSP-LG13-58, 2013. (with Yuka Mizuno)
- “Social Safety Net for the Working Poor in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan” in Gyu-Jing Hwang ed., New Welfare States in East Asia, Edward Elgar, 2011.
Recent Presentation in English
- “Premature Welfare State in East Asia” East Asian Social Policy International Conference, Singapore, 2015.
- “Social Enterprises and Social Economy in the Transformation of Welfare policies and Japan and Korea”, International Conference on Social Enterprises in Asia, Korea, 2014
- “Recent Development and Features of Social Enterprises and Social Economy in Japan and Korea”, The 4th CIRIEC International Research Conference in Antwerp, Belgium, 2013.
- “Conditional Convergence of Social Enterprises in Japan and Korea”, The 4th EMES Conference in Liege, Belgium, 2013.（with Yuka Mizuno）
- “Social Safety Net for Japan, Korea and Taiwan”, East Asian Social Policy International Conference in Seoul, Korea, 2010.