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Vol.49 No.2, AUT. 2001 (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.Vol.49 No.2, AUT. 2001 (In Japanese)Retail InnovationMasanori Tamura"E-tailing at a turning point"Motoshige Itoh"Internet and Retail Stores"Toshiyuki Yahagi"Has the Chain Store Age Ended?"Susumu Ogawa"Demand Chain Management"Ichiro Furukawa"Emerging e-Community and Marketing Innovation"Yuko Yamashita"The Dynamics of Commercial Accumulation"Shojiro Nakamura"The Essence of Distribution Revolution"Koichi Matsukawa/Kazunori Okada"Distribution Reorganization and Wholesale Business Innovation"●Column Yoh Mizuki●Perspectives in Management Research: Competitive Strategy Yaichi Aoshima/Toshihiko Kato (5)●Business Cases Yaichi Aoshima "Benesse Corporation" Ken Kusunoki "Mabuchi Motor Co., Ltd."●Management Forum Michio Matsui (Matsui Securities Co., Ltd.), Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura●Critical Eyes: Virtual Yoko Takeda
Vol.49 No.1, SUM. 2001 (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.Vol.49 No.1, SUM. 2001 (In Japanese)Human Resources as Intellectual CompetitivenessTakenori Inoki"Three Factors Determining the Value of Human Resources"Kazuo Koike"Workers' Skills and Competitiveness in Manufacturing Industry"Kiyonori Sakakibara"Is the Educational Background Useless to Entrepreneurs in Japan?"Toshihiro Kanai/Yoichi Furuno"Quantum Leap Experiences for Leadership Development: Developing Middle Managers as Basis of Intellectual Competitiveness"Shunsuke Takahashi"Human Management as an Investor of Intellectual Capital"Takao Aihara"Goal of Human Capital Renovation"Motohiro Morishima"Human Resources as Intellectual Competitiveness"●Column Yoh Mizuki●Perspectives in Management Research: Competitive Strategy Toshihiko Kato/Yaichi Aoshima (4)●Business Cases Hiroshi Shimizu "Yamato Transport Co., Ltd." Emiko Tsuyuki "Mayekawa Mfg. Co., Ltd."●Management Forum Shoichiro Iwata (Askul Corporation), Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura●Article Masaru Karube"Economic Institution as Reinforcing Mechanism for Internal Resource Development"●Critical Eyes: Independent Director Takehiko Itoh
Vol.48 No.4, SPR. 2001A leading management journal in Japanese,which builds a bridge between theory and practice.EDITED BYHitotsubashi University, Institute of Innovation ResearchPUBLISHED BYToyo Keizai Inc.21st CENTURY SUMMIT: Building a More Competitive JapanNorihiko Shimizu/Naohiko Abe/Takayasu Kamiya/Shigeharu Kawahara/Hiroyuki Yanaii"New Corporate Governance to Build a Competitive Japan"Yoko Ishikura/Yukio Okubo/Hiroaki Saito/Shunsuke Takahashi/Haruo Takagi/Naohiro Yashiro"Human Capital Development Driven by Individuals, Not Organizations"Ken Kusunoki/Yaichi Aoshima/Akira Takeishi/Jiro Kokuryo/Shigenori Sasaki/Keisuke Murakami"Innovating Business Architecture: IT's Impacts on Strategy"Kazuhiko Ohashi/Makoto Nakano/Toyohiko Hachiya"Revitalization of Economy and Financial Markets"Michael E. Porter"Can Japan Compete"(Speech)Katsushi Hioki"Creating Value @ Speed"●Column Hiroyuki Itami●Perspectives in Management Research: Competitive Strategy Yaichi Aoshima/Toshihiko Kato (3)●Business Cases Satoshi Akutsu "Nippon Steel Corporation" Yukiko Fujii "Hokkaido International Airlines Co., LTD."●Management Forum Masamoto Yashiro (Shinsei Bank Limited), Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura●Article Daiji Fujii "Deviating from the Technological Paradigm"●Critical Eyes: Consolidated Accounting Tetsuyuki Kagaya
Vol.48 No.3, AUT.2000 (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.Management in the 20th CenturyKenichi Imai"Information Networks and Business Models"Tsuyoshi Numagami"Management Theory Construction in the 20th Century: A Road to a Science and Its Bifurcation"Tetsuji Okazaki"Holding Company and Bank: Comparison of Corporate Governance between 1920's and the Present"Seiichiro Yonekura"Where Have All the Organizations Gone?"Takahiro Fujimoto"The Japanese System of Production in the 20th Century"Hideki Kurashige"Transformation of Management―From Company to Enterprise"Yoshiyuki Kishimoto"Management Century"●Column Hiroyuki Itami●Perspectives in Management Research: Competitive Strategy Yaichi Aoshima/Toshihiko Kato (2)●Business Cases Ken Kusunoki "Sony Corporation" Toshihiko Kato/Yaichi Aoshima "ELYSIUM CO., LTD."●Management Forum Hiroshi Okuda (Toyota Motor Corporation), Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura●Article Park Tae-Hoon "Strategic Management of Product System Hierarchy"●Critical Eyes: Modular/Open Architecture Akira Takeishi
Vol.48 No.1-2, SUM.-AUT.2000A leading management journal in Japanese,which builds a bridge between theory and practice.EDITED BYHitotsubashi University, Institute of Innovation ResearchPUBLISHED BYToyo Keizai Inc.Vol.48 No.1-2, SUM.-AUT.2000 (In Japanese)Management System for the 21st CenturyRyoko Toyama/Ikujiro Nonaka"What Is a Good Ba?: The Role of Leadership in Organizational Knowledge Creation"Iwao Nakatani"How Does e-Economy Alter the Role of Markets?"Hiroyuki Itami"Digital Peoplism"Tadao Kagono"Competitive Advantage through Governance Systems"Michael E. Porter/Hirotaka Takeuchi"Japanese Government Model as a Cause of Failure"Richard Boulton/Kenji Sasaki"Creating Value in the New Economy"Yoshinori Yokoyama"Corporate Transformation"●Column Hiroyuki Itami●Perspectives in Management Research: Competitive Strategy Toshihiko Kato/Yaichi Aoshima (1)●Business Cases Daiji Fujii "Nichia Corporation" Tomoko Ikari/Yaichi Aoshima "Fsas"●Management Forum Chikara Sano (Oracle Corporation Japan), Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura●Article Takeshi Matsui "A Critical Examination of the Progressive View of  Consumer Society in Japan"●Critical Eyes: Knowledge Management Keigo Sasaki
■ Japan-US Workshop on Knowledge Production Process in Science    Organized by Institute of Innovation Research of Hitotsubashi University and National Institute of Science and Technology Policy (NISTEP) of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)Supported by National Science FoundationVENUEConference room No. 2 of the MEXT headquarter “Old” building (6th floor)3-2-2, Kaumigaseki Chiyodaku Tokyo (tentative)1. ObjectiveThe main objective is to present the results of the large scale surveys on the knowledge production process in science in the US and Japan and to understand the commonality and difference of the results and to draw implications on research and policy.2. DateIn the whole afternoon on June 23rd, 2011 in Tokyo,3. Program (preliminary, with simultaneous interpretations)Opening remarks 1: 15 pmTerutaka Kuwahara, Director General, National Institute of Science and Technology PolicyAnne Emig, Director of the Tokyo Office, National Science Foundation1:30 pmPart 1 Key note speech,Chair: Shinichi Akaike, IIR“How Economics Shapes Science”, Paula Stephan, Georgia State University and NBER2:30 pmPart 2 Presentations of key
■ Program for Second Asia - Pacific Innovation Conference    National University of Singapore together with Hitotsubashi University is pleased to host the Second Asia‐Pacific Innovation Conference, in collaboration with a consortium of the universities and other academic institutions, the WIPO (the World Intellectual Property Organization) and the RIETI (the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry). The conference will bring together scholars, including doctoral students, working on the economics, management and law of innovation. It will foster an inter‐disciplinary exchange of knowledge. Sessions will include contributed papers, keynote presentations and panel discussions.Local OrganizersIvan Png, National University of SingaporeSadao Nagaoka, Hitotsubashi UniversityReiko Aoki, Hitotsubashi UniversityPoh Kam Wong, NUS Business School   -Conference dates: May 3rd (Tuesday) and 4th (Wednesday) in 2011-Venue: National University of Singapore-The conference will be held in English.Conference Programme Day 1: May 3rd 2011  8:10  REGISTRATION  8:45  Conference opening       Ivan Png, National University of Singapore       Sadao Nagaoka, Hitotsubashi University and RIETI                Carsten Fink, Chief Economist of the WIPO  9:00   KEYNOTE SPEECH 1       Chair: Makoto Nirei, Hitotsubashi
■ Hitotsubashi University & Kwansei Gakuin University Osaka Workshop on Entrepreneurship and Innovation   Date: December 11th and 12th, 2010Venue: Hankyu Terminal Square 17, Osaka (Umeda), JapanSponsored by: ・Research Project "Empirical Studies on Entry and Industrial Dynamics in Regions",  Hitotsubashi University ・Center for Research on Contemporary Economic Systems, Hitotsubashi University ・Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University ・Center for Economic Institutions, Hitotsubashi University ・JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) (No. 20243018) ・JSPS Grant-in Aid for Young Scientists (B) (No. 2173186)Co-organized by: Okamuro, Hiroyuki, Graduate School of Economics, Hitotsubashi University Kato, Masatoshi, School of Economics, Kwansei Gakuin University / Institute of Economic  Research, Hitotsubashi University   PROGRAM  December 11th: 14:30-20:30  Opening Remark  Session 1 (14:30-16:10)Chaired by Hiroyuki Okamuro (Hitotsubashi University)    Speaker: Erik Stam (Utrecht University, the Netherlands)  "Gazelles, industry growth and structural change" (with J. W. B. Bos)  Discussant: Atsushi Ohyama (Hokkaido University)    Speaker: Serguey Braguinsky (Carnegie Mellon University, US)  "Science-based business: Knowledge capital or entrepreneurial ability? Theory  and evidence from a survey of biotechnology start-ups" (with Y. Honjo, S.  Nagaoka, and
■ Symposium on CO2 Reduction and Japan’s Innovation            March 30, 2010 at Hitotsubashi Memorial Hall, Kanda, TokyoOrganized by IIRNihon Keizai ShimbunshaIn Collaboration with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.Keynote Speech 1“The Japanese Political Positioning in the International Perspective”      Yukio Okamoto (Okamoto Associates, Inc.)Keynote Speech 2“CO2 Reduction and Japan’s Innovation”      Kazuo Tsukuda (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.)Panel Discussion I: Japan's Strategy for CO2 ReductionnModerator: Seiichiro Yonekura (IIR)Shozo Kaneko (University of Tokyo)Akihiro Sawa (The 21st Century Public Policy Institute)Tetsuya Iida (Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies)Tsuyoshi Nakamura (Mitsubishi Corporation)Hirotaka Yamauchi (Hitotsubashi University)Manabu Eto (IIR)Panel Discussion II: CO2 Reduction Technology and Innovation StrategyModerator: Seiichiro YonekuraHiroshi Fujiwara (Nano-Optonics Energy, Inc. / SIM-Drive Corporation)Takashi Kuroishi (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.)Takeshi Matsumoto (Osaka Gas Co., Ltd.)Yuji Akaba (Breakthrough Partners)Yaichi Aoshima (IIR)
■ US-Japan Workshop on Scientific Collaboration and ProductivityMarch 26, 2010 at Conference Square M+, Marunouchi, TokyoOrganized by IIRNational Institute of Science and Technology Policy (NISTEP), Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and TechnologyGeorgia Institute of TechnologySupported byNational Science Foundation (NSF)Opening Remarks:   Tomoaki Wada (NISTEP)   Machi F. Dilworth (NSF)   Sadao Nagaoka (IIR)Session I: Survey Framework and Initial Results in JapanChair: John Walsh (Georgia Institute of Technology)[1] “Survey Design and Sample Characteristics of the Japanese Survey”  Masatsura Igami (NISTEP / IIR) (with Sadao Nagaoka)[2] “Initial Results from the Japan Scientists Survey”  Sadao Nagaoka (with Masatsura Igami)     Comment: Akira Endo (Biopharm Research Laboratories, Inc. / IIR)Session II: Discovery Process in ScienceChair: Sadao Nagaoka[3] “A Case of Astronomy”  Francis Halzen (University of Wisconsin)     Comments and questions: John Walsh[4] “A Case of Biological Science”  Hirotada Mori (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)Session III: Research Staffing and Funding in the US and JapanChair: Machi F. Dilworth[5] “Interpreting the Japanese Survey Results on Research Staffing and Funding