Name / Position

YONEYAMA, Masaki / Professor





Curriculum Vitae


1997 Ph.D. in Economics, the University of Tokyo
1991 Master of Economics, the University of Tokyo
1989 Bachelor of Economics, the University of Tokyo

Professional Experience

2012- Professor, the university of Tokyo
2005-2012 Professor, Graduate school of accountancy, Waseda University
1995-2005 Lecturer, Assistant Professor, and Professor, Faculty of economics, Gakushuin University

Research Field

Financial accounting

Research Theme

Conceptual Analysis in accounting standards
Issues in the adoption of international standards in Japanese capital market


Articles      * Due to my research interest, most of my articles are written in Japanese.

Others - Presentations in academic meetings abroad

  • “An Inventory of Financial Accounting Research in Japan: Under the Changing Circumstances on Accounting Research-Summary of the Final Report by the Subject Research Committee of JAA-,” annual meeting of Taiwan accounting Association, December 2010
  • “The economic consequences and the challenges of IFRS adoption across Japan, Korea and Taiwan Joint panel of JAA, KAA and TAA,” annual meeting of American Accounting Association, August 2016 (joint presentation with Yoshihiro TOKUGA)

Others - Discussant

  • Delayed Foreign Filings and Investor Attention: Evidence from Form 20-F Reconciliation Elimination(By Jedson Pinto and Edward Sul), Hawai’i Accounting Research Conference (HARC), January 2020

Other Professional Activities and Awards

Other Professional Activities and Services

  • Member of Technical Committee in ASAF (Accounting Standards Advisory Forum), Accounting Standards Board of Japan (ASBJ)
  • Member of Business Accounting Deliberation Council (BADC) in Financial Services Agency (FSA)
  • Member of Award Nomination Committee in Japan Accounting Association (2015-)
  • Member of the Board of Directors in Japan Accounting Association (2018-)


  • Ota-Kurosawa Award in Japan Accounting Association (2009) for my publication of “Analysis of consistency in Accounting Standards,” Chuo-Keizai Publication, 2008