Forum 2000.04-2001.03

■7 March, 2001Minoru ShimamotoAssistant Professor, Faculty of Commerce, Aichi Gakuin University‘Niche Created by Concentration of Resources-A Case Study of the Fine Ceramics Industry’ ■2 February, 2001Masanori YasumotoAssociate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Shinshu University‘A Dilemma of Product Development Capabilities: A Turning Point and Challenges for Japanese Mobile Phone Set Manufacturers’ ■24 January, 2001Deqiang LiuAssociate Professor, Tokyogakugei University‘Roles of Managers and Restructuring of State-owned Companies: An Empirical Analysis of the Chinese Steel Industry’ ■19 January, 2001Steven WhiteAssociate Professor, Department of Management, Chinese University of Hong Kong‘Investigating the Impact of Interaction Costs on Governance Choice and Alliance Evolution’ ■27 November, 2000Koki InoueEconomic Research Institute, Japan Society for the Promotion of Machine Industry‘Global Competition and New Business Models in the Semiconductor Industry’ ■6 November,…

Forum 1999.04-2000.03

■16 February, 2000Yoko TakedaAssistant Professor, Center for Global Communications, International University of Japan‘Impacts of 3D-CAD as Media on Product Development and the Division of Labor’ ■7 February, 2000Reiko AokiProfessor, University of Auckland‘Public Disclosure of Patent Applications, R&D, and Welfare’ ■17 January, 2000Michael A. CusumanoProfessor, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology‘Update on Netscape and Microsoft’ ■14 January, 2000Yoichiro MurakamiProfessor, Division of Humanities, International Christian University‘Scientific Research Changing’ ■15 December, 1999Richard WhitleyProfessor, Manchester Business SchoolVisiting Professor, Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University‘Business Systems, Firm Types and Patterns of Innovation’ ■6 December, 1999Markus KurscheidtAlice AmsdenProfessor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology‘Knowledge-based Assets and Economic Development’ ■15 November, 1999Keun LeeAssociate Professor, School of Economics, Seoul National University‘Technological Regimes and Organizational Selection in the Evolution…

Forum 1998.04-1999.03

■1 March, 1999Ryuji ShimodaManager, Research and Development Bureau, Science and Technology Agency‘A Structure of the Government Sponsored R&D Investment’ ■18 February, 1999Yoo-Hyang KimResearcher, The Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam UniversityVisiting Researcher, Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University‘Political Economy in De-Regulating the Telecommunication Market: A Case of NTT’ ■18 February, 1999Michael LynskeyResearcher, Trinity College, University of OxfordVisiting Researcher, Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University‘The Biotechnology Industry -A Tentative Research Agenda-‘ ■4 February, 1999Seija Kulkki D.SC.(Econ.)Director, Center for Knowledge Innovation Research, Helsinki School of Economics and Business AdministrationVisiting Researcher, Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University‘How Knowledge Explains Growth and Renewal’ ■12 November, 1998Yasunori BabaProfessor, Research into Artifacts Center for Engineering, The University of Tokyo‘Digital Value Creation: What and How to Conduct…

Forum 1997.04-1998.03

■25 March, 1998Richard CoopeyAssociate Professor, The London School of Economics and Political Science‘Automation Empire? Reassessing Science and Technology Policy in Post-war Britain’ ■18 March, 1998Mar Schon BeechlerAssociate Professor, Graduate School of Business, Columbia UniversityVisiting Associate Professor, Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University‘Successfully Managing Overseas Operations: Data from Japanese and American Companies in Southeast Asia’ ■23 February, 1998Hiroyuki ChumaProfessor, Department of Economics, Hitotsubashi University‘Human Resource Formation Systems and the ‘On-Site’ Principle in Japanese Industry: The Cases of Nine Machine Tool Makers’ ■9 February, 1998Walter KummerleAssistant Professor, Harvard Business School‘Knowledge Creation and Knowledge Exploitation in Foreign Environments – An Investigation into the Drivers of Foreign Direct Investigation in R&D by Multinational Companies’ ■6 February, 1998Sigrun CasparyLecturer, Witten-Herdecke University‘Development of the Japanese Aeroplane…