Business Review Vol.62 No.3 WIN. 2014

Vol.62 No.3 WIN. 2014 (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.

Innovation Power of Small Strong Countries: Why Japan Lose?

Manabu Eto 
“Swiss Innovation Power Based on Human Skill Management”

Chihiro Watanabe
“Institutional Sources of Innovation in Singapore: Similarity and Disparity with Finland”

Mika Yasuoka
“Danish Strategic Participatory Design Approach for Innovation and Creativity: Nordic Culture, Social Structure and Strategic Methodology for Its High Productivity”
Munehiko Ito / Kimitaka Nishitani / Yoichi Matsumoto / Salena Watanabe
“Food Valley in the Netherlands: Food Cluster of a Little Agripower”
Isamu Nakashima
“The Two Aspects of Israel: The Innovation State in Confricts”
Hiroshi Shimizu
“Why Have Those Who Were Not the Favorite Succeeded?:
Lessons from the Blue LEDs”
Tomonori Ito
“Is Optimal Capital Structure “Optimal”?”
Ikujiro Nonaka / Ayano Hirose
“Co-creating and Synthesizing Strategic Narrative”
●Critical Eyes: Politics
 Yuki Tsuboyama
●Leaders of MOT
 Toshihiko Omote
●Business Cases
 Hiroshi Shimizu
  “Ajinomoto’s Aminoindex: Collaboration and New Entry in Health Risk Analysis Services”
  Tomoyuki Shimanuki
  “Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering: The Challenge of Transforming a Collection of Different Business Units into One Company”
●Invitation to Management Science
 Yaichi Aoshima / Kiyonori Sakakibara
●The Management is Stranger than the Theoretical(4)
  Hideki Yoshihara
●Management Forum
 Roger Zbinden
 Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura
●From My Bookshelf
  Takashi Hikino
●Forum Report(9)