Hitotsubashi University Institute of Innovation Research

International Workshop on Patent System Design for Innovation 2014.8.1

International Workshop on Patent System Design for innovation  Date:   August 1st  (Friday) 2014Venue:  IIR conference room, Second Floor of the IIR Building   12:00 to 13:30  Chair    Sadao Nagaoka, Professor, Hitotsubashi University Luncheon Key-note Speech on “A Perspective of Japanese Patent System”Hidetaka Aizawa, Professor, Hitotsubashi University (60 minutes presentation)  13:30 to 15:00  Chair    Reiko Aoki, Professor, Hitotsubashi UniversityKey note speech on “Patents and Diffusion: Global Drug Launches”Mark Schankerman, Professor, London School of Economics (60 minutes presentation )  15:00  Presentations of three ongoing research  (45 minutes each, including Q&A)Chair     Mark Schankerman, Professor, London School of Economics(1)”Quality Comparison of International Search Reports (ISRs) by Selectable International Search Authorities (ISAs) under the…

Forum2014.7.16 Hiroshi Shimizu & Naohiko Wakutsu 

Innovation Forum 2014.7.16 Hiroshi Shimizu & Naohiko Wakutsu Topic: “Entrepreneurial Spin-Outs and Vanishing Technological Trajectory:      Laser Diodes in the US and Japan” Speaker: Hiroshi Shimizu  (Associate Professor,IIR) Naohiko Wakutsu  (Research Associate, The Health Care Science Institute) Date: July 16th (Wednesday)  2014 from 12:15  ~13:45 Place:  Conference room of the second floor of the IIR building Organizer: Hiroshi Shimizu 

Business Review Vol.62 No.1 SUM. 2014

Vol.62 No.1 SUM. 2014 (In Japanese) A leading management journal in Japanese,which builds a bridge between theory and practice. EDITED BYHitotsubashi University, Institute of Innovation ResearchPUBLISHED BYToyo Keizai Inc. The Business Unit Strategy and Organization among Japanese Firms Tsuyoshi Numagami “Illusion of Organic Organization” Toshihiko Kato “Overview of Questionnaire Survey on Business Unit in Japanese Firms” Masaru Karube“Strategic Orientation and Strategic Planning Process in the Business Units among Japanese Firms” Masato Sasaki“Leadership and Middle Management Involvement in Strategy” Ikujiro Nonaka / Noboru Konno / Ayano Hirose“Towards the Evidence-based Model of Knowledge-creating Theory”  ●Critical Eyes: Reverse Innovation Yuichi Washida ●Leaders of MOT Satoru Kuriyagawa ●Business Cases Masatoshi Fujiwara / Yaichi Aoshima  “TOYOBO CO., LTD”     Salena Watanabe / Kei Kuriki  “KONICA MINOLTA, INC.” ●Invitation to Management…

Forum2014.6.3 Professor, Rudi Bekkers 

Innovation Forum 2014.6.3 Professor, Rudi Bekkers Topic:“Does working with industry come at a price?: A study of doctoral candidates’ performanceIn collaborative vs. non-collaborative PhD projects” Speaker:Rudi Bekkers (Professor, Eindhoven University of Technology) Date:June 3rd (Tuesday)  2014from 16:30  ~18:00 Place: Conference room of the second floor of the IIR building Organizer:Sadao Nagaoka

Forum2014.4.16 Professor,Giuseppe Scellato 

Innovation Forum 2014.4.16 Professor,Giuseppe Scellato Topic:“Public Venture Capital in Europe: the role of ownership and compensation schemes on VC teams investment strategies” Speaker:Giuseppe Scellato(Assistant Professor, Department of Management and Production Engineering, Politecnico di Torino) Date:April 16 (Wednesday)  2014from 16:30  ~17:50 Place: Conference room of the second floor of the IIR building Organizer:Sadao Nagaoka

Business Review Vol.61 No.4 SPR. 2014

Vol.61 No.4 SPR. 2014 (In Japanese) A leading management journal in Japanese,which builds a bridge between theory and practice. EDITED BYHitotsubashi University, Institute of Innovation ResearchPUBLISHED BYToyo Keizai Inc. Rethinking Customer Orientation: New Challenges in Practice to Create Customers Tadao KagonoThree Strategies for Leveraging Customer Value Kentaro Nobeoka / Yasunari TakasugiAuthentic Customer Value of Indusrial Products Management of Solution Value Creation Yukihiro AokiContemporary Perspectives in Consumer Research: New Directions and Critical Issues Kei KurikiDilemmas of Customer Orientation in Practice Joji OnoSmart Excellence: Customer Management through Focalization and Value Co-creation with Customer Mari YoshidaMarket Cultivation: A Case Study of TREE OF LIFE Co., Ltd. Co-Creating the Herb & Aromatherapy Market in…

International Workshop on Science Sources of Innovation 2014.3.17

International Workshop on Science Sources of Innovation Date and time: March 17th (Monday), 2014,  from 10:30 to 17:45 Venue: National Institute of Science and Technology Policy (NISTEP) Main Conference Room (16B)    Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)    16th Floor, Central Government Building No.7 East Wing    3-2-2, Kasumigaseki, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0013 Jointly Organized by Hitotsubashi University (Institute of Innovation Research), NISTEP (National Institute of Science and Technology Policy) and RIETI (Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry) Objective:This research workshop focuses on the process of science based innovation as well as policies for promoting the synergy between the two. It invites a leading scholar on Innovation Economics, Professor Adam Jaffe, who…

Forum2014.1.29 Dr. Laszlo Gyorgy

Innovation Forum 2014.1.29 Dr. Laszlo Gyorgy Topic: “Hungary’s Prospects in View of Hungarian Economic Policy:1970-2010” Speaker: Dr. Laszlo Gyorgy (Lecturer, Budapest University of Technology and Economic,Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences) Date: January 29 (Wednesday)  2014 from 16:00 pm  Place:  Conference room of the second floor of the IIR building Organizer: Seiichiro Yonekura

Forum2014.2.5 Joel Baker Malen

Innovation Forum 2014.2.5 Joel Baker Malen Topic:“Organizational Slack, National Corporate Governance Institutions andFirm Innovation Efforts Around the World” Speaker:Joel Baker Malen,   (Assistant Professor of Hitotsubashi University) Date:February 5 (Wednesday)  201412:15 pm to 13:45 pm Place: Conference room of the second floor of the IIR building Organizer:Hiroshi Shimizu

Forum2014.01.22 Roy Nyberg

Innovation Forum 2014.01.22  Roy Nyberg Topic:“From a Lean to a Rich View of Innovation: Case Evidence fromthe Emergence of Mobile Health” ‘The concept of innovation tends to be used to describe advances intechnology and service concepts. For example, Christensen (1997) hasmade an argument of ‘disruptive innovation’, in which he has claimedthat the primary factor to explain change from existing technicalarrangements to new solutions is in product features. I argue that thisis a lean view of innovation, and I make a case for a richer view, whichI draw from my research on the emergence of mobile health. The last fewyears have seen increasing public talk of mobile technology use inhealth care…

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