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Shinichi Ueyama
Professor of Public Management, Keio University (Faculty of Policy Management)

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4-1-34-1907 Toranomon,Minato City,105-0001,Tokyo,Japan
E-mail : ueyama@sfc.keio.ac.jp

Professional Career

2003-Present Professor,Keio University
2000-2003 Research Professor, Georgetown Public Policy Institute, GeorgetownUniversity, U.S.A.
1992-00  Partner, McKinsey & Company, Inc. Japan 
1986-92 Associate, McKinsey & Company, Inc. Japan
1984-86 Policy Analyst, Planning and Statistics Division, Economic Assistance Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1980-82 Legal Officer, Ministry of Transport

 Major Experience at Private Sector Consulting

—Developed a new business strategy for a major Japanese chemical company
— Developed e-commerce business strategy for a major Japanese trading firm
— Developed IPO strategy for a major advertising/publishing company in Japan
— Designed global post-merger strategy for a major global auto components company
— Designed IPO strategy for a US semiconductor company

 Major Experience at Public Sector Reform

— Committee member , “Performance Measurement System Development” , METI(1998-99)
— Committee member, “Purchasing and tender procedure” , Ministry of Construction, (1999-2000)
— Committee member, “Policy Evaluation Committee”, Ministry of Land and Transport(2000-present)
— Committee member, “New Public Management Strategy Committee”, Ministry of Public Management and Coordination(2001)
— Committee member, “Policy Evaluation Committee”, Ministry of Public Management and Coordination(2001-2007)
— Committee member, “Government Reform Committee”, OsakaPrefecture Government (2004-2008 )
— Chairman, “Government Policy and Management Reform Committee”, Osaka City Government (2006-2008)
— Executive advisor to the Mayor, Zushi (Kanagawa) and Shizukuishi (Iwate)(2003-2005)
— Executive advisor to the governor, Osaka prefecture government (2008-present)
— Executive advisor to the mayor, Osaka city government (2011-present)

Education

1984 Master of Public and International Affairs, Woodrow WilsonSchool, PrincetonUniversity
1980 Bachelor of Law, Kyoto University

Publications

28 books(in Japanese) including;
Management and Economics in Public Sector, NTT Publishing
Museum as Social Change Agent to Rennovate Cities, Nikkei Publishing
Human Resource Revolution at Public Sector, Gyosei Publishing
Public-Private Partnerships : Strategie Ailiance for Social Entreprenearship
New Public management in Japanese Local Government, Toyo Keizai-Shinpou
New Public management in Japan, NTT Publishing
Government Performance Measurement 2000 in Japan,Tokyo Horei shuppan
Reinventing Japan: A Review of Government Performance, NTT Publishing
Change Management of A Large Corporation, NTT Publishing