Program Participant

Program Participant

Minoru Sugaya

Visiting Professor, Media Policy and Economics, Hakuoh University, and Emeritus Professor, Keio University
Japan

Dr. Sugaya is a Visiting Professor of Media Policy and Economics at Hakuoh University, Oyama, Japan, and also an Emeritus Professor at Keio University, Tokyo, Japan.

After graduating Keio University in 1972, he had M.A. in public administration at International Christian University in 1979, M.A. in telecommunications at Michigan State University in 1982, and Ph. D. in International Christian University in 1988. He was visiting researcher at the Kennedy School at Harvard University in 1991 and at Michigan State University in 1992. In 1998, he was in the department of communication at the University of Hawaii as a Fulbright senior researcher.

He has published and edited a number of books including Pacific Island Regional and International Cooperation: ICT Policy and Development (2013 in Japanese and 2015 in English), The Transformation of Telecommunication Regulatory Structure in Japan, Keio Communications Review (2009), Video Content Industry and Film Policy (2009 in Japanese).

You can find Minoru Sugaya in:

Research Roundtable: Telehealth and Distance Learning: An International Perspective on Policies and Practices
Sunday, 15 January 2017
09.00–10.30

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