Daisaku Yamamoto and Yumiko Yamamoto. Community Resilience to a Developmental Shock: A Case Study of a Rural Village in Nagano, Japan. Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses (Accepted on March 31, 2013).
Daisaku Yamamoto. 2013. Financialization and Regional Inequalities: Connecting the Experiences of Japan and the United States. Annals of the Japan Association of Economic Geographers. 59(1), forthcoming (in Japanese).
Daisaku Yamamoto. 2012. Repositioning Regional Inequality Research from the Geographical Political Economy Perspective. Annals of the Japan Association of Economic Geographers. 58(3), 228-237 (in Japanese).
Daisaku Yamamoto. 2011. Regional Resilience: Prospects for Regional Development Research. Geography Compass. 5(10), 723-736.
Daisaku Yamamoto. 2009. Trends of Sustainable Tourism Research. Journal of Environmental Sociology. 15, 139-152 (in Japanese).
Daisaku Yamamoto. 2009. Jitensha Sangyo no Gurobaruka to Sangyo Shuseki no Kudoka (Globalization of the Bicycle Industry and the Hollowing-out of Agglomerations) in Hiroshi Matsubara (ed.) Ritchi Chosei no Keizai Chirigaku (Economic Geography of Locational Adjustment). Tokyo: Hara Shobo. (in Japanese).
Daisaku Yamamoto. 2008. Scales of Regional Income Disparities in the United States, 1955-2003. Journal of Economic Geography. 8, 79-103.
Daisaku Yamamoto. 2007. New Economic Spaces: New Economic Geographies (Book review). Edited by Richard Le Heron and James W. Harrington. Economic Geography. 83(3), 335-337.
Daisaku Yamamoto. 2006. Local Tourism Development in a World of Global Interdependence: The Case of Japanese Tourism in Whistler, British Columbia. Thomas Clark, Alison Gill, and Rudi Hartmann (eds.) Mountain Resort Planning and Development in an Era of Globalization. Elmsford, New York: Cognizant Communication Corporation. 41-52.
Daisaku Yamamoto. 2004. Production Linkages in and between Places: The Recent Development of the Bicycle Industry Agglomeration in Osaka. Annals of the Japan Association of Economic Geographers. 50(2), 1-23.
Karen Chapple, Ann Markusen, Greg Schrock, Daisaku Yamamoto, and Pingkang Yu. 2004. Gauging Metropolitan 'High-Tech' and 'I-Tech' Activity. Economic Development Quarterly. 18(1), 10-29.
Karen Chapple, Ann Markusen, Greg Schrock, Daisaku Yamamoto, and Pingkang Yu. 2004. Rejoinder: High-Tech Rankings, Specialization, and Relationship to Growth. Economic Development Quarterly. 18(1), 44-49.
Daisaku Yamamoto and Alison M. Gill. 2002. Issues of Globalization and Reflexivity in the Japanese Tourism Production System: The Case of Whistler, British Columbia. Professional Geographer. 54(1), 83-93.