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Staying Young at Heart or Wisdom of Age: Longitudinal Analysis of Age and Performance in US and Japanese Firms

Yamaguchi, Shotaro:Ryuji Nitta:Yasushi Hara:Hiroshi Shimizu
WP#18-41 Hitotsubashi University IIR (2018/06/20)

How does ageing influence the profitability of firms? This study uses an analysis of corporations listed on the NYSE and TSE between 1978 and 2015 to highlight clear dif…

  • 経営学
  • 人材移動
  • イノベーション・プロセス
  • IIR Working Paper

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    Mobility of Highly Skilled Retirees from Japan to Korea and Taiwan

    Kang, Byeongwoo: Yukihito Sato: Yasushi Ueki
    『Pacific Focus』 Vol. 33 No. 1 pp. 58-82 (2018/04/16)

    Attracting highly skilled workers (HSWs) is a major element for the economic development of many countries, especially developing countries. However, the general interna…

    • 知識
    • 人材移動
    • Spin-Outs and Patterns of Subsequent Innovation: Technological Development of Laser Diodes in the US and Japan

      Shimizu, Hiroshi : Naohiko Wakutsu
      WP#17-14 Hitotsubashi University IIR (2017/08/28)

      By exploring the technological development of laser diodes in the US and Japan, this study examines how the existence or absence of an entrepreneurial strategic choice for spin-outs influences patterns of subsequent technological development. The results show that spin-outs could hinder the subsequent development of existing technology…

      • 経済学
      • 経営学
      • 知識のスピルオーバー
      • 人材移動
      • IIR Working Paper

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        Mobility of Highly Skilled Retirees from Japan to the Republic of Korea and Taiwan

        Kang, Byeongwoo : Yukihito Sato : Yasushi Ueki
        ERIA Discussion Paper 2016-31 Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (2017/02/28)

        Attracting highly skilled workers is a major element in the economic development of many countries, especially developing ones. However, workers generally move from developing countries to developed ones. Historical evidence indicates that Korean and Taiwanese firms scout for highly skilled (retired or soon-to-retire) Japanese workers …

        • 知識のスピルオーバー
        • 人材移動