Chinese, Korean, and Japanese business school students to gather in Japan to analyze businesses for the Asia Business Field Study (July 7–July 14) “Productivity in the service industry－is Japanese hospitality profitable?”
July 3, 2018 Keio University
The Keio University Graduate School of Business Administration (KBS) has been offering the Asia Business Field Study (CKJ program) as one of the courses on its master’s program since 2012. This program is a fieldwork-based course on which students from business schools in China and Korea, and KBS students, visit businesses, etc., in the host nation with the objective of having discussions with their management, and based on the provided theme, analyze the businesses, identify problems, and make recommendations. In 2018, the program will be held in Japan, and students will analyze businesses such as inns in Yamanaka Onsen (Kaga City, Ishikawa Prefecture) and those in transportation, food and drink, and logistics under the theme of “Productivity in the service industry—is Japanese hospitality profitable?”
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