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Platforms for Management Geography 

The Association of Japanese Geographers (AJG) was originally founded by the support of the German geographer Johannes Justus Rein. Since then the association promoted research on various aspects of geography in Japan.  Heightening the international visibility the Association launched the English issue of the Geographical Review of Japan. We are grateful that our book entitled Management Geography-Asian Perspectives Focusing on Japan and Surrounding Regions has been promoted by AJG. ManGeo research group (国際経済経営地理学研究グループ) is committed to promote the agenda of Management Geography at level of AJG spurring international exchange.

Global Conference on Economic Geography (GCEG) has been established two decades ago following governance and principles announced at the Cologne GCEG (2018) gala dinner. GCEG serve global community of economic geographers conducting a global conference every 3 years. Our research group has been contributing pro-actively to GCEG from almost the beginning of this academic event. 

Geography of Innovation Conference: (GeoInno) The next conference takes place at The University of Manchester on 10th – 12th January 2024. The Geography of Innovation Conference provides a forum for discussion to scholars interested in scientific, policy and strategic issues concerning the spatial dimension of innovation activities.

Useful and related webpages

Global Network of Financial Geography (FinGeo) is an interdisciplinary network of academics and experts interested in research on the spatiality of money and finance and its implications for the economy, society, and nature.

GaWC Research Network is a network of geographers surveying relations of world cities rectifying our global situation in multiple aspects of important concern. The network operates as the leading thinktank on cities in globalization.

Prof. Dr. Christoph Barmeyer is holder of the chair for intercultural communication at the University of Passau. His central concern is to find out how cultural differences can have a complementary and synergistic effect.

Trompenaars Hampden-Turner Culture for Business Fons Trompenaars is highly-acclaimed academic professionals who is well-known to have researched cultural differences but actually contributed many breakthrough ideas on reconciliation of intercultural problems promoting diversity management throughout his seminars and workshops at THT consulting.

Japanese-German Business Association (DJW) DJW is a dynamic network emerging as a transformative platform. Aligned with goals of the association we pro-actively support the vision of comprehensive trust-relations in a distributed German-Japanese network among agile members.


Kronenwett & Adolphs UG (Limited) Michael Kronenwett provides MyNetworkmap, an innovative online network questionnaire survey that enables us collecting and analyzing social networks. Since 2009 we are collecting, visualizing and analyzing social networks with VennMaker and have done thanks to his software pioneer work in the field of management & geography. 

Servgate Corporation is a Japan-based technology service provider offering one-stop trilingual IT Support in Japanese, English and German. We enjoy an all-round IT service for our operations. 

Christian von Baumbach is a mediator assisting with us with his deep intercultural understanding for a better decision-making. His skills and experiences are highly requested at universities and academic associations in Europe and Japan.

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