Professor, Keio University
Dr. Sugaya is a professor of Media Policy and Economics at Keio University. After graduating Keio University, he got his M.A. from International Christian University and Michigan State University and his Ph. D. is from International Christian University.
He was a 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. His major research field includes policy study both on telecommunication and broadcasting.
He has published a number of books and articles relating to media convergence, universal service and digital divide. He is currently a president of the Japan Society of Information and Communications Research.
Research Workshop: Evolving Business Strategies for Smart TV and Smart Phone - An International Comparison
Sunday, 18 January 2015