Publications

Articles in International Refereed Journals

Nobuoka, Jakob (2010) User Innovation and Creative Consumption in Japanese Culture Industries: The Case of Akihabara, Tokyo. Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 92:3, pp. 205-218

Nobuoka, Jakob (Under revision) Comiket: Innovative Users and Playful Plagiarism.

Nobuoka, Jakob (Under revision) Media Mix and Consumer Created Competitiveness in Japanese Cultural Industries.

Doctoral Thesis

Nobuoka, Jakob (2010) Geographies of Japanese Cultural Economy. Innovation and Creative Consumption. Geografiska Regionsstudier 83. Uppsala Universitet
Supervisors: Anders Malmberg (Professor) and Dominic Power (Professor), Department of Social and Economic Geography, Uppsala University, Sweden

Undergraduate Theses

Nobuoka, Jakob (2004); Kollektivtrafikens förutsättningar och konsekvenser. Ny järnväg mellan Uppsala och Enköping. Arbetsrapporter (538), Kulturgeografiska Institutionen, Uppsala Universitet

Nobuoka, Jakob (2003); Rör inte min bakgård! Bostäder, protester och demokrati. Statsvetenskapliga institutionen, Uppsala Universitet

Nobuoka, Jakob (2002); Chihoujichi — Lokalt självstyre i Japan och Sverige. Statsvetenskapliga institutionen, Uppsala Universitet

Academic Conference

Paper presentation “Comiket - Innovative fans and playful plagiarism." Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, Washington DC, USA, April 2010

Nordic Association for the Study of Contemporary Japanese Society, Åbo, Finland, March, 2009

Paper presentation “Akihabara: User Innovation, consumption and media mix in Japanese Cultural Industries." Annual
Meeting, Association of American Geographers, Boston, USA, April, 2008. Paper presented at the ‘Cool Asia´:
Transnational Influences of Asia´s Cultural Exports session by Economic Geography Specialty Group and Asian Geography Specialty Group. Chaired by Yuko Aoyama, Clark University with discussant Allen Scott, UCLA.

Paper Presentation “Economic geography, Japanese popular culture and consumer innovation" Asian Creativity in Culture and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, November, 2008

Paper presentation "Akihabara: User Innovation and Creative Consumption in Japanese Culture Industries "Nordic Association for the Study of Contemporary Japanese Society, Stockholm, Sweden, March, 2008

Asian Sports in a Globalized World, Copenhagen, Denmark, July, 2007

Paper presentation “User-led innovation and Japanese culture industries" Second Global Conference on Economic Geography, Beijing, China, June, 2007

Minisymposium, Department of Social and Economic Geography, Uppsala University, Sweden, August, 2006

What a Difference a Region Makes. Culture Industries in East Asia, London, UK, March, 2006

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