Business Review Vol.64 No.4 SPR. 2017

Vol.64 No.4 SPR. 2017 (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 Research Frontier for the Next 20 Years

Joel Baker Malen
“Innovation for a Circular Economy”

Kentaro Nobeoka
“Changes of Customer Value into Tacit Nature”

Yaichi Aoshima
“Revolution of Industries Driven by Digital Innovation: 
Unstabilized Product Boundaries”

Masaru Karube
“A New Perspective on Innovation: 
  Marginality and Anomaly”

Toshihiro Nishiguchi
“Networks for What?”

Seiichiro Yonekura
“No Crazy Entrepreneurs, No New Companies”

Atsushi Ohyama
“Roles of Incentives in Innovative Activity”

Hiroshi Shimizu
“Innovation Is Becoming Low Hanging Fruit?”

Manabu Eto
“How the Japanese Government Should Support Innovation?”

Yoshimi Okada
“Patent System Reform: 
Redesigning the Basic Incentive Structure through Introducing Restriction of Injunction and Treble Damages as Well as Abolishing the Criminal Penalties for Patent Infringement”

Byeongwoo Kang
“Issues on Standard Essential Patents: Until Now and from Now on”

●Special Interview
  Ikujiro Nonaka
  Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura

●Keyword: Employment Relations
 Kenichi Shinohara

●Science of Creativity Management (2)
 Nobuyuki Inamizu

●Design Techniques for Business Model Generators (3)
  Tatsuhiko Inoue

●Business Cases
 Masako Wada / Haruomi Shindo
  “Peach Aviation: The Development of Japanese Low Cost Carrier through Corporate Venturing”

 Megumi Kimura
  “Yubari : Local Business after Regional Innovation”

●Porter Prize 2016 
  Emi Ozono

●Management Forum 
  Ryuzo Sakamoto
    (Chairman, TOYOBO CO., LTD.)
 Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura

●From My Bookshelf
  Manabu Miyao
  Emiko Tsuyuki