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■26 March, 2002Susanne RoyerAssociate Professor, Institute of Organization and International Management,University of Paderborn'Value Creation in the Portal Industry'■4 December, 2001Atsushi Oshima and Kenichi SakuraiNisso Corporation'The Role of In-customer Staffing Industry: In Search of a New Form of Manufacturing'■26 November, 2001Tadashi AoyagiBusiness Researcher (Former Executive Director), KDDI Corporation'Will "3G" Succeed?'■22 November, 2001Toshiyoshi Yamamoto, Misako Miyake, and Yuko OkuzakiOkami-juku'Okami-juku (A Private School for Professional Landladies): Innovations for Old Ryokan (Japanese-style Inn)'■13 November, 2001Shumpei TakemoriProfessor, Faculty of Economics, Keio University'Will Japan Lag behind Korea: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of a Transition to New Economy'■29 October, 2001Magnus Boman and Jarmo LaaksolahtiSwedish Institute of Computer Science'GeoNotes: Social and Navigational Aspects of Location-based Information Systems''Evaluating Believability in an Interactive Narrative,' etc.■28 September, 2001Jianhuai ShiAssociate Professor, China Center for Economic Research, Peking UniversityVisiting Associate Professor, Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University'Financial Innovation and the Development of Economics'■1 August, 2001Kazuyuki MotohashiMinistry of Economy, Trade and Industry'Economic Analysis of Information Network Use: Organizational and Productivity Impacts on Japanese
■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, 2000Nobuhiko OkeharaDoctoral Course, Columbia Business School'Case for Enabling Approach of Corporate Law for Efficient Contracts between a Venture Capitalist and an Entrepreneur'■27 October, 2000Won Poh KamDirector, Centre for Management of Innovation and Technopreneurship, National University of Singapore'Innovation Management in Overseas Subsidiaries: Differences between US, Japanese
■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 of Industry: A History-friendly Model of the D-RAM industry'■8 November, 1999Hee-Jae ChoResearch Associate, IMD-International Institute for Management Development'An Empirical Investigation of the Relationships among Knowledge Creation, Organizational Learning, and Firm Performance of Foutune 1000 Companies'■5 October, 1999Paul GeroskiProfessor, London Business School'Modeling the Population Dynamics of Markets'■11
■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 Research'■26 October, 1998Helmut DietlProfessor, University of PaderbornVisiting Professor, Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University'Frankfort's Competitive Position as a Financial Center'■19 October, 1998Markus KurscheidtPh.D. Candidate, University of PaderbornVisiting Researcher, Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University'Local Investment and National Impact : The Case of the Football
■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 Industry: An Example of Failure of Industrial Policy?'■20 January, 1998Hongru LiuProfessor, The Graduate School of the People's Bank of China,Visiting Professor, Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University'Prospects for the Chinese Economy in 1998'■5 December, 1997Masaomi KadoyaManaging Director, Japan Aircraft Development Corporation'Innovation in the Aeroplane
Vol.59 No.3 WIN. 2011 (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.Emerging Market Strategies in IndiaYoshihiko Iwadare"Continuity and Changes of Lifestyle in India"Nobutaka SuzukiJunjiro Shintaku"Business Strategy of Industrial Goods Industry in Indian Market"Park Young WonTomofumi Amano"The Localization Strategy of Korean Firms in India: In Comparison with Japanese Firms"Prajakta Khare"The Evolution of India's Auto Industry:Growth of Auto Makers and Adverse Effects on Small Component Manufacturers in the Light of Industrial Policies"Li Zejian"Towards a New Age of Indian Automotive Market: Market Life-cycle and Products Strategies for Emerging Markets"Takashi Shimada"Suzuki's Indian Dream: Looking for a Blue Ocean Somewhere but America"●Business Cases  Yaichi Aoshima/Makoto Kitamura  "Seiko Epson" Makoto Ikeuchi/Hideki Karino /Shin Shimizu/Shinsuke Takeda/Yu Ryu  "Kyoto Municipal Horikawa Senior High School"●Critical Eyes: Tunneling Hidehiko Nishikawa●Leaders of MOT (13) Seiichi Kiyama(Sanyo Electric Corporation)●Frontiers in Service Management(6) Yoshinori Fujikawa●The Story of the Accidental Innovations(2) Kiyonori Sakakibara●From My Bookshelf  Junzo Ishii Tatsuhiko Inoue●Management Forum Sinha Sanjeev (President of Sun and Sands Advisors
Vol.59 No.2 AUT. 2011 (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.Financial Regulation in Transition and Financial BusinessTakafumi Sato"Trends of Financial Re-regulation and Ideas for a Desirable Prudential Policy"Yuri Okina"Macroprudential Approach: Framework, Implementation and Issues"Makoto Saito"A Macroeconomic thought on Stringent Capital Requirements"Yasuyuki Fuchita"The Future of Financial Business under the New and Tighter Regulatory Regime"Mariko Fujii"Global Financial Business in Historical Perspective"Eiichi Sekine"The Reform of Financial and Capital Markets in China after the Global Financial Crisis"●Business Cases Ryuji Yasuda  "Suruga Bank" Yasuaki Niitsu/Kentaro Nobeoka  "NISSHA Printing Co., Ltd.: Rapid Growth with Nissha IMD"●Critical Eyes: Tunneling Yasuharu Aoki●Leaders of MOT (12) Hozumi Sato (JSR Corporation)●Frontiers in Service Management Yoshinori Fujikawa●The Story of the Accidental Innovations Kiyonori Sakakibara●From My Bookshelf  Hideshi Itoh Shigeru Asaba●Management Forum Ian Bremmer (President of Eurasia Group) Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura
Vol.59 No.1 SUM. 2011 (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.Frontiers of Knowledge ManagementIkujiro Nonaka"Towards a Communication Theory of Sustainable Innovation"Motohiro Morishima"Toward HRM that Supports Individual Knowledge Creation"Susumu Ogawa/Yoshinori Fujikawa/Satoshi Horiguchi"Knowledge Co-Creation: Toward User-Based Knowledge"Yukio Ohsawa/Yoko Nishihara"Communications for Chance Discovery: Play Collaborations with Collisions"Ayano Hirose"Knowledge Creating Social Innovation: Towards a Theory of Knowledge-Creating City"Osamu Yamamoto"Re-designing Innovation System: A New Approach to Economic Growth through Knowledge Creation"Kenshu Kikuzawa/Ikujiro Nonaka"Knowledge-based Firm and Boundary Setting: SECI Model Combined with Transaction Cost Economics"Seiichiro Yonekura"Paradigm Change after 3.11 in Japan"●Leaders of MOT (11) Kazuo Nishikawa (SHARP CORPORATION)●Column "Jinseigiron (6)" Toshihiro Kanai●Business Cases Masatoshi Fujiwara/Tomono Miki/Yaichi Aoshima  "Toray Industries, Inc.: Development of the Reverse Osmosis Membrane Business" Ikutaro Enatsu  "Asahi Breweries: Retaining and Transforming the Traditional Way of Human Resource Development in   Workplaces"●Management Forum Takeo Kikkawa (Hitotsubashi University) Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura●From My Bookshelf Makoto Matsuo  Hiroyuki Morimoto●Critical Eyes: Tacit Knowledge Toru Hirata●Article Mitsutoshi Otake  "User Innovation and Brand Community:
Vol.58 No.4 SPR. 2011 (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.Leadership in HistorySeiichiro Yonekura"Okuma Shigenobu: From Domestic Samurai to International Statesman"Takeo Kikkawa"Why Has Yasuzaemon Matsunaga Been Defeated Twice?"Kazuhisa Kawai"Chikara Kurata: A Historical Serendipity"Hiroshi Shimizu"Community Building Leadership in Science and Technology: Hayashi Izuo and Laser Diodes"Minoru Shimamoto"The Renewal of Idemitsu Kosan; Sazo Idemitsu's Management Philosophy and Akihiko Tenbo's Management Modernization"●Leaders of MOT (10) Yuzo Toda (Fujifilm Corporation)●Column "Jinseigiron (5)" Toshihiro Kanai●Business Cases Nobutaka Suzuki, Eiichi Kobayashi and Ryoichi Takase  "The Strategy of Yamaha Corporation That Entered to Electronic Piano Market and Competed with Other Company in 1970s-2000s" Eishi Fukushima  "Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc. and NGK Insulators, Ltd.: The Commercialization of the Sodium-Sulfur (NaS) Batteries"●Management Forum Ken Okuyama (Industrial Designer) Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura●From My Bookshelf Kazuo Koike  Kiyonori Sakakibara●Critical Eyes: BOP Takashi Kumon●Porter Prize 2010 Emi Osono●Article Kentaro Nobeoka  "Importance of Accumulated-knowledge Technology: Technology that Produces Sustainable Competitiveness"
Vol.58 No.2 AUT. 2010 (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.Japan's Competiveness RevisitedSeiichiro Yonekura, Kentaro Nobeoka and Yaichi Aoshima"No More Lost Decade for Japan: How to Revitalize Her Competitiveness"Shuhei Aoki"Causes of the Growth and Stagnation of the Japanese Economy from the Perspective of Modern Macroeconomic Theories"Patrick Reinmoeller and Marc Baaij"Beyond the "Lost Decade": Rethinking the Presence and Performance Analysis for Japanese Firms in Global Competition"Hiroshi Shimizu"Science and Technology in the Lost Two Decades: R&D Efficiency and Changes in Resource Allocation"Mikiharu Noma"To Recover Competitive Advantage: The Myth of Payout and Investment Policy"Kentaro Koga and Masayuki Tanimori"Management Accounting and Competitiveness in the Japanese Financial Sector "●Leaders of MOT (8) Minoru Usui (Seiko Epson Corporation)●Column "Jinseigiron (3)" Toshihiro Kanai●Business Cases Hideo Kudo and Kentaro Nobeoka  "Panasonic Corporation" Noriko Taji and Tomofumi Amano  "Sekisui Chemical Co., Ltd."●Management Forum Sakane Masahiro (Komatsu) Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura●From My Bookshelf Ryoko Toyama  Haruomi Shindo●Critical Eyes: Boundary of Employment Tomoyuki