Graduate School of Economics
OKAMURO Hiroyuki
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Books

1.Die Entwicklung des Abhaengigkeitsverhaeltnisses im Zulieferer-Abnehmer-Netzwerk (下請ネットワークにおける依存関係の展開)(Translation)
ボン大学博士学位論文 1992

Paper

1.Multilevel policy governance and territorial adaptability: Evidence from Japanese SME policy programmes(jointly worked)
Regional Studies 2018 Academic journal
ISSN 0034-3404
2.Internal and external discipline: The effect of project leadership and government monitoring on the performance of publicly funded R&D consortia(jointly worked)
Research Policy 2018 Academic journal
ISSN 0048-7333
3.Whose business is your project? A comparative study of different subsidy policy schemes for collaborative R&D(jointly worked)
Technological Forecasting and Social Change Vol.127,pp.85-96 2018 Academic journal
ISSN 0040-1625doiLink
4.Understanding the drivers of an 'entrepreneurial' economy: lessons from Japan and the Netherlands(jointly worked)
J. Bonnet, M. Dejardin, D. Garcia-Perez-de-Lema (eds.), Exploring the Entrepreneurial Society: Institutions, Behaviors and Outcomes. Edward Elgar pp.3-21 2017 Book
ISBN 978-1-78347-265-9
5.Work-life balance and gender differences in self-employment income during the start-up stage in Japan(jointly worked)
International Review of Entrepreneurship Vol.15,No.1,pp.107-130 2017 Academic journal
6.Determinants of academic start-ups' orientation towards international business expansion (jointly worked)
Administrative Sciences Vol.7,No.1 2016 Academic journal
7.Knowledge and rent spillovers through government-sponsored R&D consortia(jointly worked)
Science and Public Policy Vol.42 2015 Academic journal
ISSN
8.Local management of national cluster policies: Comparative case studies of Japanese, German, and French biotechnology clusters(jointly worked)
Administrative Sciences Vol.5,No.4,pp.213-239 2015 Academic journal
ISSN 2076-3387
9.Not just financial support? Another role of public subsidy in university-industry research collaborations(jointly worked)
Economics of Innovation and New Technology Vol.24,No.7,pp.633-659 2015 Academic journal
ISSN
10.Determinants of business and financial network formation by Japanese start-up firms: Does founder's human capital matter?(jointly worked)
T. Watanabe et al. (eds.), The Economics of Interfirm Networks, Springer 2015, Chapter 7 pp.135-156 2015 Book
ISBN
11. Does founders’ human capital matter for innovation? Evidence from Japanese start-ups(jointly worked)
Journal of Small Business Management Vol.53,No.1,pp.114-128 2015 Academic journal
12.Bridging the cultural divide: Trust formation in university-industry research collaborations in the US, Japan, and South Korea (jointly worked)
Technovation Vol.34,pp.605-616 2014 Academic journal
13.R&D investment of start-up firms: does founders' human capital matter?(jointly worked)
Small Business Economics Vol.42,No.2,pp.207-220 2014 Academic journal
14.Impact of university intellectual property policy on the performance of university-industry research collaboration (jointly worked)
Journal of Technology Transfer Vol.38,No.3,pp.273-301 2012 Academic journal
15.Effects of regional human capital structure on business entry: a comparison of independent start-ups and new subsidiaries in different industries (jointly worked)
in: M. Raposo, D. Smallbone, K. Balaton, and L. Hortovanyi (eds.), Entrepreneurship, Growth and Economic Development (Frontiers in European Entrepreneurship Research 23) pp.118-153 2011 Book
16.Determinants of R&D cooperation in Japanese start-ups (jointly worked)
Research Policy Vol.40,No.5,pp.728-738 2011 Academic journal
doiHERMES-IR
17.Subsidy and networking: the effects of direct and indirect support programs in the cluster policy(jointly worked)
Research Policy Vol.40,No.5,pp.714-727 2011 Academic journal
doiHERMES-IR
18.Does ownership matter in mergers? A comparative study of the causes and consequences of mergers by family and non-family firms(jointly worked)
Journal of Banking & Finance Vol.35,No.1,pp.193-203 2011 Academic journal
ISSN 0378-4266doiHERMES-IR
19.Understanding the drivers of 'Entrepreneurial' Economy: Lessons from Japan and the Netherlands (jointly worked)
CCES discussion paper No. 36, Center for Research on Contemporary Economic Systems, Hitotsubashi University, September 2010 Other
20.Shareholding by venture capitalists and R&D investment of start-up firms (jointly worked)
Corporate Ownership and Control Vol.7,pp.142-149 2010 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
21.R&D productivity and the organization of cluster policy: An empirical evaluation of the Industrial Cluster Project in Japan(with J. Nishimura)(jointly worked)
The Journal of Technology Transfer Vol.36,pp.117-114 2010 Academic journal
ISSN 0892-9912doiHERMES-IR
22.Determinants of R&D Activities by Start-up Firms: Evidence from Japan
J. E. Michaels and L. F. Piraro (eds.), Small Business: Innovation, Problems and Strategy, New York (Nova Science Publishers), Chapter 1 pp.27-44 2009 Book
23.Survival of New Firms in an Industry Agglomeration: An Empirical Analysis Using Telephone Directory of Tokyo in the 1980s
Business and Economic History On-Line No.6 2009 Academic journal
24.An Inquiry into the Status and Nature of University-Industry Research Collaborations in Japan and Korea(jointly worked)
Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics Vol.49,No.2,pp.163-180 2008 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 0018-280xHERMES-IR
25.How different are the regional factors of high-tech and low-tech start-ups? Evidence from Japanese manufacturing industries
The International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal Vol.4,No.2,pp.199-215 2007 Academic journal
ISSN 1554-7191doiHERMES-IR
26.Determinants of successful R&D cooperation in Japanese small businesses: The impact of organizational and contractual characteristics
Research Policy Vol.36,No.10,pp.1529-1544 2007 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
27.The effects of inter-firm business alliances : a comparative analysis of small and large firms using micro data
No.10,pp.35-54 2007 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 1347-9938HERMES-IR
28.The Impact of Regional Factors on the Start-up Ratio in Japan(jointly worked)
Journal of Small Business Management Vol.44,No.2,pp.310-313 2006 Academic journal
29.Business Relationship and Post-Entry Performance of Start-up Firms
pp.101-125 2005 Book
30.Evolution of the supplier network in the German automotive industry from the prewar to postwar period: a comparative perspective with the Japanese experience
Business and Economic History on-line No.2 2004 Academic journal
31.Evolution of the Manufacturer-Supplier Relationship in the German Automotive Industry : How and Why It Changed from the Prewar to Postwar Period
Vol.38,No.2,pp.59-83 2003 Academic journal
ISSN 0386-9113HERMES-IR
32.Inter-firm Co-operation of the Japanese SMEs in the Manufacturing Sector: An Empirical Analysis on the Organizational and Contractual Structure of Co-operation
Vol.53,No.1,pp.21-31 2003 Other
ISSN 0914-1308HERMES-IR
33.Long-term effects of the bank-firm relationship on firm performance(jointly worked)
Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics Vol.43,No.1,pp.41-54 2002 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
HERMES-IR
34.Growth Rate, Profit Rate, and the Governance Structure of the Medium-Sized Firms in Japan
Vol.125,No.6,pp.615-632 2001 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 0018-2818HERMES-IR
35.Risk sharing in the supplier relationship:New evidence from the Japanese Automotive Industry
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization Vol.45,pp.361-381 2001 Academic journal
HERMES-IR
36.CAD/CAM Utilization Patterns in Japan and Germany
Ulrich Juergens(ed.), New Product Development and Production Networks, Berlin (Springer-Verlag) pp.407-424 2000 Book
37.Competition and Cooperation in the Supplier Relationship of Automotive Components : A Case from the Period of the High Economic Growth in Germany
Vol.120,No.6,pp.851-869 1998 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 0018-2818HERMES-IR
38.Impacts of the Japanese Investment in the UK on the Local Supplier Relationship
Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics Vol.38,No.2,pp.167-181 1997 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSNHERMES-IR
39.Changing Subcontracting Relationship and Risk-Sharing in Japan: An Econometric Analysis of the Automobile Industry
Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics Vol.36,No.2,pp.207-218 1995 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSNHERMES-IR
40.Computer Networks and Subcontracting Relations : A Comparative Study of Japanese and German Automotive Industry
Vol.110,No.6,pp.912-932 1993 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 0018-2818HERMES-IR
41.Der Einfluss kultureller Faktoren auf den Innovationsprozess (with Horst Albach and Diana de Pay)(jointly worked)
Zeitschrift fuer Betriebswirtschaft, Ergaenzungsheft 1989 Academic journal
ISSN
42.Die Machtbeziehung im Zulieferwesen der Bundesrepublik Dentschland
Vol.100,No.6,pp.834-855 1988 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 0018-2818HERMES-IR

Other

1. Work-life balance and gender differences in self-employment income during the start-up stage in Japan (jointly worked)
Global COE Hi-Stat Discussion Paper Series No. 260, Hitotsubashi University 2012 Other
2.Management of cluster policies: Case studies of Japanese, German, and French bio-clusters (jointly worked)
CEI Working Paper Series 2011-7, Center for Economic Institutions, Hitotsubashi University 2011 Other
3.Selling, passing on or closing? Determinants of entrepreneurial intentions on exit modes (jointly worked)
Global COE Hi-Stat Discussion Paper Series No. 151, Hitotsubashi University, October 2010 Other
4.Business Relationship and Post-Entry Performance of Start-up Firms in Japan
COE-RES discussion paper series No.50 2004 Other
5.Recent Changes in Japan's Small Business Sector and Subcontracting Relationship
Asian Productivity Organization (APO) (ed.), Strengthening of Supporting Industries: Asian Experiences, APO pp.40-53 2002 Book
6.How to Study Economics : A Comparison of German (Bonn) and Japanese (Hitotsubashi) Case
Vol.111,No.4,pp.671-683 1994 Bulletin of university, institute, etc.
ISSN 0018-2818HERMES-IR

Academic Award Received

NOAcademic AwardYear
1.Best Paper Award, ACSB (Asian Council for Small Business) 1st Conference, Seoul (South Korea)2013.10

Oral Presentation

NOName of subject/Conference NameYearSite
1.University-industry R&D collaboration as an engine of firm growth? An empirical evaluation of knowledge cluster policies in Japan(7th Asia-Pacific Innovation Conference (APIC))
2017.11-2017.12Victoria University Business School, Wellington, New Zealand
2.The variety of regional innovation policies in Japan: Some empirical evidence on subsidy designs(RENT 2017 Conference)
2017.11Lund University, Lund, Sweden
3."Who wishes to be an entrepreneur and who prepares for that? "(Tokyo Workshop on Entrepreneurship and Innovation)
2017.03Tokyo
4."The variety of regional innovation policies in Japan: Some empirical evidence on its patterns and factors"(7th APIC (Asia-Pacific Innovation Conference))
2016.11Fukuoka, Japan
5."The variety of regional innovation policies for local SMEs in Japan"(4th ACSB Asian SME Conference)
2016.09Jakarta, Indonesia
6."Who wishes to be an entrepreneur and who prepares for that? "(61st ICSB (International Council for Small Business) World Conference)
2016.06 New Jersey and New York,USA
7."Who wishes to be an entrepreneur and who prepares for that? "(3rd CoDE, ZEW Mannheim)
2016.06Germany
8.Whose business is your project? A comparative study of different support policy schemes for collaborative R&D projects in Japan(6th Asia-Pacific Innovation Conference)
2015.11Hangzhou, China
9.Internal and external discipline: The effect of project leadership and government monitoring on the performance of R&D consortia(AIEA-NBER 3rd Conference)
2015.08University of Tokyo, Tokyo
10.Promoting university-industry R&D collaboration and intellectual clusters in Japan(JSPS France-Japan Forum 2015)
2015.06Strasbourg, France
11.Determinants of academic startup's orientation toward international business expansion(DRUID 2015 Conference)
2015.06Rome, Italy
12.Internal and external discipline: The effect of project leadership and government monitoring on the performance of R&D consortia(LEI-BRICK Workshop on the Organization, Economics and Policy of Scientific Research)
2015.05Turin, Italy
13."Internal and external discipline: The effect of project leadership and government monitoring on the performance of R&D consortia" (with J. Nishimura)(5th APIC (Asia-Pacific Innovation Conference))
2014.11Sydney (Australia)
14."Determinants of orientation towards international business expansion of academic start-ups" (with S. Suzuki)(5th APIC(Asia-Pacific Innovation Conference))
2014.11 Sydney (Australia)
15."Determinants of orientation towards international business expansion of academic start-ups" (with S. Suzuki)(2nd ACSB (Asian Council for Small Business) Annual Conference)
2014.10Seoul (South Korea)
16."Knowledge and rent spillovers through government-sponsored R&D consortia," (with J. Nishimura)(日本経済学会2014年度秋季大会)
2014.10西南学院大学
17."Determinants of orientation towards international business expansion of academic start-ups" (with S. Suzuki)(日本経済学会2014年度秋季大会)
2014.10西南学院大学
18."Determinants of quantitative and qualitative employment growth: A comparison between R&D-oriented and other start-ups in Japan" (with M. Kato)(日本経済学会2014年度秋季大会)
2014.10西南学院大学
19."R&D, innovation, and business performance of Japanese start-ups: A comparison with established firms" (with K. Ikeuchi)(15th ISS (International J.A. Schumpeter Society) Conference)
2014.07Jena (Germany)
20."Determinants of quantitative and qualitative employment growth: A comparison between R&D-oriented and other start-ups in Japan" (with M. Kato)(15th ISS (International J.A. Schumpeter Society) Conference)
2014.07Jena (Germany)
21."Internal and external discipline: The effect of project leadership and government monitoring on the performance of R&D consortia" (with J. Nishimura)(15th ISS (International J.A. Schumpeter Society) Conference)
2014.07Jena (Germany)
22."Determinants of quantitative and qualitative employment growth: A comparison between R&D-oriented and other start-ups in Japan" (with M. Kato)(59th ICSB World Conference)
2014.06Dublin (Ireland)
23."R&D, innovation, and business performance of Japanese start-ups: A comparison with established firms" (with K. Ikeuchi)(59th ICSB World Conference)
2014.06Dublin (Ireland)
24."Internal and external discipline: The effect of project leadership and government monitoring on the performance of R&D consortia" (with J. Nishimura)(ERIM Seminar)
2014.03Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands
25."Determinants of quantitative and qualitative employment growth: A comparison between R&D-oriented and other start-ups in Japan" (with M. Kato)(4th APIC (Asia-Pacific Innovation Conference))
2013.12Taipei (Taiwan)
26."R&D, innovation, and business performance of Japanese start-ups: A comparison with established firms" (with K. Ikeuchi)(4th APIC (Asia-Pacific Innovation Conference))
2013.12Taipei (Taiwan)
27."Determinants of quantitative and qualitative employment growth: A comparison between R&D-oriented and other start-ups in Japan" (with M. Kato)(RENT (Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business) XXVII. Conference)
2013.11Vilnius (Lithuania)
28."Determinants of quantitative and qualitative employment growth: A comparison between R&D-oriented and other start-ups in Japan" (with M. Kato)(ACSB (Asian Council for Small Business) 1st Conference)
2013.10Seoul (South Korea)
29."R&D, innovation, and business performance of Japanese start-ups: A comparison with established firms" (with K. Ikeuchi)(ACSB (Asian Council for Small Business) 1st Conference)
2013.10Seoul (South Korea)
30."Knowledge and rent spillovers through government-sponsored R&D consortia," (with J. Nishimura)(40th Annual Conference of EARIE (European Association for the Research in Industrial Economics))
2013.08Evora (Portugal)
31."Knowledge and rent spillovers through government-sponsored R&D consortia," (with J. Nishimura)(11th IECER (Interdisciplinary European Conference on Entrepreneurship Research))
2013.03Brescia (Italy)
32."Knowledge and rent spillovers through government-sponsored R&D consortia," (with J. Nishimura)(HIT-TDB-RIETI International Workshop on the Economics of Interfirm Networks)
2012.11Tokyo
33." Determinants of business and financial network formation by Japanese start-up firms: Does founders’ human capital matter ?" (with K. Ikeuchi)(RENT (Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business) XXVI. Conference)
2012.11Lyon (France)
34."Knowledge and rent spillovers through government-sponsored R&D consortia," (with J. Nishimura)(RENT (Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business) XXVI. Conference)
2012.11Lyon (France)
35." Determinants of business and financial network formation by Japanese start-up firms: Does founders’ human capital matter ?" (with K. Ikeuchi)(ZEW Conference on the Dynamics of Entrepreneurship (CoDE))
2012.10Mannheim (Germany)
36."Knowledge and rent spillovers through government-sponsored R&D consortia," (with J. Nishimura)(3rd APIC (Asia-Pacific Innovation Conference))
2012.10Seoul (Korea)
37." Does founders’ human capital matter for innovation? Evidence from Japan,"(with M. Kato and Y. Honjo)(39th Annual Conference of EARIE (European Association for Research in Industrial Economics))
2012.09Rome (Italy)
38."Work-life balance and the gender differences in self-employment income during the start-up stage in Japan," (with K. Ikeuchi)(日本経済学会2012年度春季大会)
2012.06北海道大学
39." Another role of public subsidy in university-industry research collaborations," (with J. Nishimura)(日本経済学会2012年度春季大会)
2012.06北海道大学
40." Does founders’ human capital matter for innovation? Evidence from Japan,"(with M. Kato and Y. Honjo)(10th IIOC (International Industrial Organization Conference))
2012.03Arlington (USA)
41." Management of cluster policies for innovation: Case studies on Japanese, German, and French bio-clusters," (with J. Nishimura)(10th IECER (Interdisciplinary European Conference on Entrepreneurship Research),)
2012.02Regensburg (Germany)
42." Does founders’ human capital matter for innovation? Evidence from Japan,"(with M. Kato and Y. Honjo)( 10th IECER (Interdisciplinary European Conference on Entrepreneurship Research))
2012.02Regensburg (Germany)
43."Work-life balance and the gender differences in self-employment income during the start-up stage in Japan," (with K. Ikeuchi)(10th IECER (Interdisciplinary European Conference on Entrepreneurship Research))
2012.02Regensburg (Germany)
44."Work-life balance and the gender differences in self-employment income during the start-up stage in Japan," (with K. Ikeuchi)(RENT (Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business) XXV. Conference,)
2011.12Bodo (Norway)
45." Another role of public subsidy in university-industry research collaborations," (with J. Nishimura)(日本経済政策学会 10th International Conference)
2011.11関西学院大学
46." Another role of public subsidy in university-industry research collaborations," (with J. Nishimura)(38th Annual Conference of EARIE (European Association for the Research in Industrial Economics))
2011.04Stockholm (Sweden)
47."R&D financing of start-up firms: How much does founders' human capital matter?," (with Y. Honjo and M. Kato)(9th IECER(Interdisciplinary European Conference on Entrepreneurship Research))
2011.02Munich (Germany)
48." Another role of public subsidy in university-industry research collaborations," (with J. Nishimura)(9th IECER (Interdisciplinary European Conference on Entrepreneurship Research))
2011.02Munich (Germany)
49."R&D financing of start-up firms: How much does founders' human capital matter?," (with Y. Honjo and M. Kato)(RENT (Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business) XXIV. Conference)
2010.11 Maastricht(the Netherlands)
50. "Understanding the Drivers of 'Entrepreneurial' Economy: Lessons from Japan and the Netherlands," (with A. van Stel and I. Verheul)(RENT (Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business) XXIV. Conference)
2010.11 Maastricht(the Netherlands)
51. "Selling, passing on or closing? Determinants of entrepreneurial intentions on exit modes," (with M. Battisti)(RENT (Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business) XXIV. Conference)
2010.11 Maastricht(the Netherlands)
52. "Determinants and success factors of university-industry research collaborations by small businesses in Japan," (with J. Nishimura)(RENT (Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business) XXIV. Conference)
2010.11 Maastricht(the Netherlands)
53."Subsidy and networking: the effects of direct and indirect support programs in the cluster policy" (with J. Nishimura)(37th Annual Conference of EARIE (European Association for Research in Industrial Economics))
2010.09Istanbul (Turkey)
54."Subsidy and networking: the effects of direct and indirect support programs in the cluster policy" (with J. Nishimura)(8th IIOC (International Industrial Organization Conference))
2010.05Vancouver (Canada)
55. * "Determinants and Success Factors of University-Industry Research Collaborations in Japan"(Global Conference on University-Industry Collaboration, Korea University)
2010.04Seoul, Korea
56."Subsidy and networking: the effects of direct and indirect support programs in the cluster policy" (with J. Nishimura)(RENT (Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business) XXIII. Conference)
2009.11Budapest (Hungary)
57."Determinants of Regional Startup Ratio: Independent Startups and New Subsidiaries in Different Industries" (with K. Ikeuchi)(RENT (Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business) XXIII. Conference)
2009.11Budapest (Hungary)
58."Determinants of research partnership formation by Japanese high-tech start-ups" (with M. Kato and Y. Honjo)(RENT (Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business) XXIII. Conference)
2009.11Budapest (Hungary)
59."Determinants of research partnership formation by Japanese high-tech start-ups" (with M. Kato and Y. Honjo)(CAED (Comparative Analysis of Enterprise Data) Conference)
2009.10Tokyo
60. "R&D productivity and the organization of cluster policy: An empirical evaluation of the Industrial Cluster Project in Japan" (with J. Nishimura)(36th Annual Conference of EARIE (European Association for Research in Industrial Economics))
2009.09Ljubljana (Slovenia)
61. "R&D productivity and the organization of cluster policy: An empirical evaluation of the Industrial Cluster Project in Japan" (with J. Nishimura)(DRUID (Danish Research Unit for Industrial Dynamics) Summer Conference 2009)
2009.06Copenhagen (Denmark)
62. "Trust Formation in the Research Collaboration between Small Businesses and Universities: A Comparative Study of Four Countries" (with M. Hemmert)(International Council for Small Business (ICSB) 54. World Conference)
2009.06Seoul, Korea
63. "Has the Industrial Cluster Project Improved the R&D Efficiency of Indistry-University Partnership in Japan?" (with J. Nishimura)(Applied Econometrics Association, 97th International Conference "Patent and Innovation")
2008.12Hitotsubashi University
64. "Has the Industrial Cluster Project Improved the R&D Efficiency of Indistry-University Partnership in Japan?" (with J. Nishimura)(RENT (Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business) XXII. Conference)
2008.11Covilha (Portugal)
65."Survival of New Firms in an Industry Agglomeration: An Empirical Analysis Using Telephone Directories of Tokyo"(Business History Conference (BHC), 54. Annual Meeting)
2008.06Sacramento (USA)
66."Mergers by Family and Non-family Firms in Japan, 1955-1973: Does Ownership Matter?"(with J.-W. Shim)(日本経済学会2008年度春季大会)
2008.05-2008.06Tohoku University
67."Determinants and Effects of Partner Choice in the Research Partnership between Small Businesses and Universities"(Conference on R&D and Firm Performance)
2008.03Hitotsubashi University
68."Mergers by Family and Non-family Firms in Japan, 1955-1973: Does Ownership Matter?"(with J.-W. Shim)(International Conference on Business History)
2008.01Waseda University
69." How Different Are the Regional Factors of High-tech and Low-tech Start-ups? Evidence from Japanese Manufacturing Industries"(RENT (Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business) XX Conference)
2006.11Brussels (Belgium)
70." Ownership Structure and R&D Investment of Japanese Start-up Firms" (joint with Zhang, J. X.)(CEBR Conference on Entrepreneurship)
2006.06Copenhagen (Denmark)
71." Determinants of R&D Activities by Start-up Firms: Evidence from Japan"(RENT (Research in Entrepreneurship and Small Business) XIX Conference)
2005.11Napoli (Italy)
72." Determinants of Regional Variations in the Start-up Ratio: Evidence from Japan"(International Council for Small Business (ICSB) 50. World Conference)
2005.06Washington D. C. (USA)
73." Cooperative R&D in Japanese SMEs: Some Results of the Empirical Analysis"(Asian Productivity Organization Symposium on Strategic Alliances among SMEs through Technology Fusion)
2004.11Lahore (Pakistan)
74." Survival of New Firms in an Industry Agglomeration: An Empirical Analysis Using Telephone Directories of Tokyo"(-)
2004.09Okayama University
75." Evolution of the supplier network in the German automotive industry from the prewar to postwar period: a comparative perspective with the Japanese experience"(50.Annual Meeting of the Business History Conference)
2004.06Le Creusot (France)
76." Support Network for R&D of the Japanese SMEs"(48.International Council of Small Business (ICSB) World Conference)
2003.06Belfast (UK)
77." Inter-firm Co-operation of the Japanese SMEs in the Manufacturing Sector: An Empirical Analysis on the Organizational and Contractual Structure of Co-operation"(29. International Small Business Congress (ISBC))
2002.10Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Scientific Research Funds Results

NOResearch subjectResearch itemYear
1.
Scientific Research (A)2017-
2.
Scientific Research (B)2015-2017
3.
Scientific Research (B)2011-2014
4.
Scientific Research (A)2008-2011
5.
Scientific Research (C)2004-2005

Acceptable Theme for Joint Research

NOThemeStylePartnershipKeyword
1.Performance of new firmsJoint research with private/industrial sectorCommissioned research

Past Joint Research and Commissioned Research

NOResearch subjectStyleYearOutline
1.Dynamic Studies on Corporate Governance in Japan and East AsiaDomestic joint research2006-2010
2.The Determinants, Organization, and Outcomes of University-Industry-Interaction in Innovation Systems: A Comparison among Germany, the United States, Japan and South KoreaInternational joint research2006-2008
3.Normative Evaluation and Social Choice of Contemporary Economic SystemsJoint research within the school2003-2007
4.the life cycle of small businessesDomestic joint research2004-2005
5.management of small businesses under depressionCommissioned research with funding2003
6.start-up firms in JapanDomestic joint research2002
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