Doctoral Candidate, College of Social Science, Arts and Humanities, University of Leicester, UK
Master of Science, Department of Health and Human Performance, Oregon State University, USA
Research Fellow, JICA Ogata Research Institute
Assistant Director, JICA Ogata Research Institute
Chief Representative, JICA Uzbekistan Office
Director, Planning Div., Middle East and Europe Dept., JICA
Deputy Chief Representative, JICA Iraq Office
Director, Japan Center Program Div., Industrial Development and Public Policy Dept., JICA
Fushimi, K., 2022. Limits of the concepts of organisational learning and learning organisation for government-owned international development agencies. International Journal of Public Sector Performance Management, 9(3), pp. 211-222.
Fushimi, K., 2022. Perceived home and host country institutional environment pressures by bilateral development cooperation agency's constituents. JICA Ogata Research Institute Working Paper No. 228, Tokyo: JICA Ogata Sadako Research Institute for Peace and Development.
Fushimi, K., 2021. The impacts of economic and political factors on the association between globalization and state power: The cases of Japanese and Uzbekistan. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Global Studies, 17(1), pp. 25-36.
Fushimi, K., 2021. The types of human resource practices and cultural effects. SSRN.
Fushimi, K., 2021. Qualitative research is not a unified paradigm: implications for the evaluation of qualitative research studies. Literature Review, No. 15, Tokyo: Japan International Cooperation Agency Ogata Sadako Research Institute for Peace and Development.
Fushimi, K., 2020.COVID-19 paradox: globalisation and state power. SSRN.
Oizumi, M., Yamagishi, M. and Fushimi, K., 2020. A memoir of Japanese Development Practitioner in Srebrenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Tokyo: Japan International Cooperation Agency Research Institute. (ISBN: 978-4-86357-084-9)
Fushimi, K., 2020. Puzzle of the universal utilisation of the log frame approach: explained through the sociological new institutional perspective. In Fischer, H., Gonzalez de Asis, M. and Schneider, A., eds. Changing dimensions of the international development system: new realities and working differently to overcome delivery challenges. Berlin: Lit Verlag, pp. 283-305. (ISBN-10: 3643912455 / ISBN-13: 9783643912459)
Fushimi, K., 2019.The ceremonial adoption of organisational practices revisited: implications for development cooperation practitioners. Journal of International Development Studies, 28(2), pp. 97-108.
Fushimi, K., 2018. The puzzle of the universal utilization of the logical framework approach: an explanation using the sociological new institutional perspective. Literature Review, No. 14, Tokyo: Japan International Cooperation Agency Research Institute.
Neufeldt, H., Fushimi, K., Danojlovic, D., Robert, D. and Stevic, S., 2005. Analysis of trilateral collaboration: lessons learned: report on an evaluation of joint Canada-Japan program to develop CBR services in Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Community Rehabilitation & Disability Studies/International Centre, University of Calgary.
McAlexander, J., Fushimi, K. and Schouten, J., 2000. A cross-cultural examination of subcultures of consumption: judo in Japan and the United States. In Belk, R.W., Costa, J. and Schouten, J., eds. Research in Consumer Behaviour, Vol. 9. Stamford, Conn: JAI Press, pp. 47-69. (ISBN-10: 0762303700 / ISBN-13: 978-0762303700)
The Japan Society for International Development
PDIA: Building Capability by Delivering Results - Part I & II (CID at Harvard University)
5th Dan Black Belt in Judo
Private Pilot License (Cessna)