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Determinants of contract renewals in university–industry contract research: Going my way, or good Sam?

Tohru Yoshioka-Kobayashi and Makiko Takahashi, Springer (2021/09/01)

Long-term university–industry contract research benefits both universities and the industry, as it can potentially reduce transaction costs and improve the quality of su…

  • 技術経営
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    Patent Quality: Towards a Systematic Framework for Analysis and Measurement

    Higham, Kyle:Gaétande Rassenfosse:Adam B.Jaffe
    『Research Policy』 Vol. 50 Issue 4 (2021/05/01)

    The quality of novel technological innovations is extremely variable, and the ability to measure innovation quality is essential to sensible, evidence-based policy. Patents, an often vital precursor to a commercialised innovation, share this heterogeneous quality distribution. A pertinent question then arises: How should we define and …

    • 技術経営
    • 技術政策
    • イノベーションの計測
    • イノベーション政策
    • 特許
    • The Laws of Innovation: Nature and art of societies

      Kimura, Megumi
      WP#21-01 Hitotsubashi University IIR (2021/01/06)

      In this paper, we have updated the laws of imitation for innovation in the digital age. The results show that innovation is the expression of knowledge, technology and economy that symbolizes the nature and art of societies or the roles of machine and human of the age, and it can be looked back on as an history of transportation and…

      • クリエイティブ産業
      • IIR Working Paper

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        An Inquiry into the Wealth of Publics: With an attempt to introduce the experimental method for innovation

        Kimura, Megumi
        WP#20-19 Hitotsubashi University IIR (2020/12/25)

        In this paper, we attempted to introduce the experimental method of historical reasoning for innovation. For too long, the term innovation has been used to express desir…

        • クリエイティブ産業
        • IIR Working Paper

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          Pathways to Innovation: Perception and Sensation

          Kimura, Megumi
          WP#20-18 Hitotsubashi University IIR (2020/12/25)

          In this paper, we described a pathway to innovation, introducing perception, sensation, and experiences developed by scientific societies. This dialogue between past and present shows that innovation is a revolution in perception, a growth of sensation, and an industrialization of experience. For the past few decades, many people have …

          • クリエイティブ産業
          • IIR Working Paper

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            Creative Turn: How societies would be digital?

            Kimura, Megumi
            WP#20-17 Hitotsubashi University IIR (2020/12/25)

            In this paper, we have drawn a big picture of innovation in the digital age with actions and works of people. As a result, we found that innovation is an expression of the best questions and answers to the age and the societies. Indeed, the term "creative" is often used to refer to individuals who have been deified as geniuses because …

            • クリエイティブ産業
            • IIR Working Paper

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              Video: Beyond the New Atlantis: How can we promote Public Engagement in Japan?

              ENGAGE Festival 2020: Moving Engagement Online, National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement (2020/11/30)

              This video is a record of a challenge for research-based policy proposal in Innovation Management and Policy Program, IMPP. Every summer, SciREX holds a summer camp wher…

              • パブリックエンゲージメント
              • Do sourcing networks make firms global? Microlevel evidence from firm-to-firm transaction networks

                Itoh, Ryo: Kentaro Nakajima
                『The Japanese Economic Review』 Vol. 72 Issue 1 pp. 65-96 (2020/11/16)

                This study investigates how the structure of a domestic firm-to-firm transaction network influences the foreign direct investment (FDI) decisions of embedded firms in th…

                • 経済学
                • Global Public Perceptions of Genomic Data Sharing: What Shapes the Willingness to Donate DNA and Health Data?

                  Middleton, Anna : Richard Milne: Mohamed A. Almarri: Shamim Anwer: Jerome Atutornu: Elena E. Baranova: Paul Bevan: Maria Cerezo: Yali Cong: Christine Critchley: Josepine Fernow: Peter Goodhand: Qurratulain Hasan: Aiko Hibino: Gry Houeland: Heidi C. Howard: S. Zakir Hussain: Charlotta Ingvoldstad Malmgren: Vera L. Izhevskaya: Aleksandra Jędrzejak: Cao Jinhong: Megumi Kimura: Erika Kleiderman: Brandi Leach: Keying Liu: Deborah Mascalzoni: Álvaro Mendes: Jusaku Minari: Nan Wang: Dianne Nicol: Emilia Niemiec: Christine Patch: Jack Pollard: Barbara Prainsack: Marie Rivière: Lauren Robarts: Jonathan Roberts: Virginia Romano: Haytham A. Sheerah: James Smith: Alexandra Soulier: Claire Steed: Vigdís Stefànsdóttir: Cornelia Tandre: Adrian Thorogood: Torsten H. Voigt: Anne V. West: Go Yoshizawa: Katherine I. Morley
                  『The American Journal of Human Genetics』 VOLUME 107 ISSUE 4 pp. 743-752 (2020/10/01)

                  Analyzing genomic data across populations is central to understanding the role of genetic factors in health and disease. Successful data sharing relies on public support…

                  • データシェアリング
                  • Patent Quality: Towards a Systematic Framework for Analysis and Measurement

                    Higham, Kyle W.: Gaétan de Rassenfosse: Adam B. Jaffe
                    No. 27598 NBER Working Paper (2020/09/29)

                    The 'quality' of novel technological innovations is extremely variable, and the ability to measure innovation quality is essential to sensible, evidence-based policy. Patents, an often vital precursor to a commercialised innovation, share this heterogeneous quality distribution. A pertinent question then arises: How should we define an…

                    • アントレプレナーシップ
                    • 生産性
                    • イノベーション
                    • Working Paper(outside IIR)

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                      Early career training and development of academic independence: a case of life sciences in Japan

                      Yoshioka-Kobayashi, Tohru : Sotaro Shibayama
                      『Studies in Higher Education.』 doi:10.1080/03075079.2020.1817889 (2020/09/11)

                      Academic training is the initial step for junior scientists to learn to develop into independent scientists. This study investigates how supervisors decide to employ dif…

                      • 高等教育
                      • Institutionally derived strategic influence of MNC subsidiaries, Conference Paper: submitted by Padrón-Hernández, Ivar

                        Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (AOM) (2020/08/07)

                        What role do host country institutions play for the strategic influence of subsidiaries in mul-tinational enterprises (MNEs)? Through an inductive study of ten headquarters-subsidiary dyads across three MNEs, this paper identifies enablers of subsidiary influence in proposed strategies from headquarters, i.e., headquarter strategic ini…

                        • 経営学
                        • 戦略論
                        • 組織論
                        • 多国籍企業
                        • イノベーショントランスファー
                        • Study/Lecture Record/Oral History/Conference Paper

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                          The Screening Function of International Search Authorities under the Patent Cooperation Treaty: Evidence from the Japanese Government’s Policy Change in 1999

                          Okada, Yoshimi
                          WP#20-13 Hitotsubashi University IIR (2020/07/31)

                          This article examines the screening function of the International Search authorities, which produce International Search Reports (ISRs) for international patent applicat…

                          • 知的財産
                          • 知的財産制度
                          • 政策のための科学
                          • IIR Working Paper

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                            Institutionally derived strategic influence of MNC subsidiaries, Conference Paper: submitted by Padrón-Hernández, Ivar

                            Annual Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) (2020/07/18)

                            What role do host country institutions play for the strategic influence of subsidiaries in mul-tinational enterprises (MNEs)? Through an inductive study of ten headquarters-subsidiary dyads across three MNEs, this paper identifies enablers of subsidiary influence in proposed strategies from headquarters, i.e., headquarter strategic ini…

                            • 経営学
                            • 戦略論
                            • 組織論
                            • 多国籍企業
                            • イノベーショントランスファー
                            • Study/Lecture Record/Oral History/Conference Paper

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                              Institutionally derived strategic influence of MNC subsidiaries, Conference Paper: submitted by Padrón-Hernández, Ivar

                              Annual Meeting of the Academy of International Business (AIB) (2020/07/01)

                              What role do host country institutions play for the strategic influence of subsidiaries in mul-tinational enterprises (MNEs)? Through an inductive study of ten headquarters-subsidiary dyads across three MNEs, this paper identifies enablers of subsidiary influence in proposed strategies from headquarters, i.e., headquarter strategic ini…

                              • 経営学
                              • 戦略論
                              • 組織論
                              • 多国籍企業
                              • イノベーショントランスファー
                              • Study/Lecture Record/Oral History/Conference Paper

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                                Characteristics of Firms Transmitting Data across Borders: Evidence from Japanese Firm-level Data

                                Tomiura, Eiichi : Banri Ito : Byeongwoo Kang
                                20-E-048 RIETI Discussion Paper Series (2020/05/01)

                                • 規制
                                • デジタル貿易
                                • デジタル経済
                                • Working Paper(outside IIR)

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                                  Determinants of donations to scientific research: An experimental study of motivations for crowdfunding in Japan

                                  Aminaka, Hirokazu : Tohru Yoshioka-Kobayashi
                                  WP#20-09 Hitotsubashi University IIR (2020/04/30)

                                  • サイエンス
                                  • 政策のための科学
                                  • IIR Working Paper

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                                    Revisiting incremental product innovations in the food manufacturing industry: An empirical study on the effect of intellectual property rights

                                    Yoshioka-Kobayashi, Tohru: Tomofumi Miyanoshita: Daisuke Kanama
                                    『Journal of Economic Structures』 (2020/04/20)

                                    The highly competitive and mature food industry has long been process innovation-oriented while largely neglecting product/technological innovation. However, recent innovation debates have raised two issues. First, imitations of product innovations likely underestimate the value of innovation in this industry; second, exaggerations of …

                                    • 知的財産権
                                    • イノベーションの経済分析
                                    • 科研費プロジェクト
                                    • Profiting from (not too many) package designs: evidence from a firm level design registration analysis in the food manufacturing industry

                                      Miyanoshita, Tomofumi: Tohru Yoshioka-Kobayashi: Daisuke Kanama
                                      『British Food Journal』 Vol. 122 No. 7 pp. 2233-2251 (2020/04/01)

                                      • 知的財産権
                                      • デザイン
                                      • 科研費プロジェクト
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                                        Academic contribution to industrial innovation by funding type

                                        Kang, Byeongwoo: Kazuyuki Motohashi
                                        『Scientometrics』 Vol. 124 No. 1 pp. 169-193 (2020/03/23)

                                        Universities are an important actor for innovation. Their contributions to technological and scientific knowledge development have been supported by various types of fu…

                                        • イノベーションの経済分析
                                        • イノベーションの科学的源泉
                                        • Article

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