Taniguchi, Ryo Postdoctoral Fellow
2012 B.A., Faculty of Commerce and Management, Hitotsubashi University
2014 M.A., Graduate School of Commerce and Management,
2017 Ph.D., Graduate School of Commerce and Management,
2017-2019 Adjunct Research Associate, Institute of Innovation Research,
2019-2021 Junior Researcher, Waseda Innovation Laboratory,
2021-present Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Innovation Research,
【Recent Research Themes】
Learning from failures in creative tasks
Mentoring relationships and innovation
Taniguchi, R. (2020). Effects of legitimacy acquisition strategies on the process of resource utilization. Hitotsubashi Review of Commerce and Management, 15(2), 59-72. (in Japanese)
Taniguchi, R. & Yamaguchi, S. (2019). Combinations of memberships and issues in category dynamics. Paper accepted for a presentation at the EGOS and Organization Studies Kyoto Workshop 2019, Dec.2019.
Taniguchi, R. (2018). Resource Mobilization by “Strange Bedfellows”: A Case Study of “Biomass Nippon Strategy.” Proceedings of PICMET’18 Conference: Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology, Aug. 2018.
Taniguchi, R. (2017). Successful Resource Acquisition-induced-Resource
Allocation Failures: A Case Study of Symbolic Management on Biomass
Nippon Strategy”. 『Soshiki Kagaku』(in Japanese).
Taniguchi, R. (2017). Formation and Dispersion of Chaotic Visioned Projects: A Case Study of Biomass-Nippon Strategy. Doctoral Dissertation for Graduate School of Commerce and Management, Hitotsubashi University (in Japanese).