Business Review Vol.51 No.2, AUT. 2003

Vol.51 No.2, AUT. 2003 (In Japanese)

A leading management journal in Japanese,
which builds a bridge between theory and practice.
Hitotsubashi University, Institute of Innovation Research
Toyo Keizai Inc.

Corporate Innovation for Japan’s Economic Renewal
Kiyonori Sakakibara “Managing Our Way to Economic Decline: The Case of Japan”
Yukiko Fukagawa “Economic Reform and Venture Business Support in Korea: Some Implications for Japan”
Noboru Maeda “Transformation from the Successful Catch-up Model”
Naoko Hatakeyama “Hold Your Head High Up”
Atsushi Ogasawara “R&D Activities in Japan”
Seiji Miwa “Rebirth of Japanese Industry by Development of New Leading Industry”
Kazuhiko Toyama “Turning Around Japan Inc.: The Role and Missions of “IRCJ””
 Tadao Kagono
●Perspectives in Management Research: Administrative Behavior Science
 Tohihiro Kanai/Kiyoshi Takahashi (8)
●An Invitation to Strategic Finance
 Makoto Nakano/Toyohiko Hachiya (3)
●Business Cases
 Yoko Ishikura “Shimamura Co., Ltd.”
 Youngjae Koh “Kyocera Corporation”
●Management Forum
 Yukio Sakamoto (Elpida Memory, Inc.),
 Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura
 Ing-Shane Yung
 ”The Cluster of Vertical Disintegration by Network and the Quick Procurement of Components”
●Critical Eyes: MOT
 Atsushi Kaneko