March 24, 2016

Forum 2016.4.20 Ben Dankbaar

Innovation Forum 2016.4.20 Ben Dankbaar



Topic:
“From Catching up to Meeting the Grand Challenges: The Changing Faces of Industrial Policy.”

Summary:
Industrial policy is back on the political agenda, but remains highly controversial. Some industrial policies are heavily criticized, while others are drawing broad support. This paper offers a  typology of industrial policies, which aims to clarify the issues involved and the theoretical foundations for different policies. Four types are distinguished. It is argued that that all four are practiced today, but that they made their first appearance in different periods in history.
Therefore, the typology is called ‘quasi-historical’. The second half of the paper focuses on modern discussions about the role of the state, mainly in relation to the fourth and latest type of industrial policy, the so-called ‘transition policies’. It is argued that discussions about the role of the state have changed in character. Debate is much less about yes or no and more about how. Moreover, these discussions are not simply concerned with political doctrines, but with real challenges faced by modern economies that need to find ways to move to a sustainable development path. This discussion contributes to a theory of the modern ‘entrepreneurial’ state.   

Speaker:
Ben Dankbaar
(Professor Emeritus at Radboud University Nijmegen)

Date:
April 20th (Wednesday)  2016
from 12:15 ~ 13:45

Place:
 Conference room of the second floor of the IIR building

Organizer:
 Kentaro Nobeoka

March 10, 2016

Business Review Vol.63 No.4 SPR. 2016

Vol.63 No.4 SPR. 2016 (In Japanese)













A leading management journal in Japanese,
which builds a bridge between theory and practice.

EDITED BY
Hitotsubashi University, Institute of Innovation Research
PUBLISHED BY
Toyo Keizai Inc.



Intellectual Property Strategies to Rise above Adversities


Shigemi Yoneyama / Toshiya Watanabe / Isamu Yamauchi
"Open Innovation and Intellectual Property Management"

Makoto Ogino
"Japanese Electronics Paradox as a Result of Misunderstood “Pro-patent"

Yasuo Tsuchiya
"The Empirical Study on Creating and Profiting of Intellectual Properties: From the Case Study of Innovative Small and Medium-sized Enterprises"

Yasushi Hara / Sadao Nagaoka / Naoki Takada / Hideo Kawabe / Yoshiyuki Ohsugi
"Patent-induced New Combinations of Knowledge and Resources:
From Case Studies of Path-breaking Drugs"

Yoshimi Okada / Sadao Nagaoka / Yusuke Naito
"Evaluation of Patents Obtained by Japanese Patentee in “The Lost Two Decades”"

Manabu Eto
"Should Change the Essential Patent Business:
Use Patents in Cheap is More Important than License Fee"


●Critical Eyes: Dialogic Organization Development
 Masanori Kato

●The Management of MUJI (4)
  Hidehiko Nishikawa

●Business Cases
 Kentaro Nobeoka / Megumi Kimura
  "Mazda: Mazda Design: Car as Art"

 Yukihiko Kubota / Mitsutoshi Otake
  "Ricoh Imaging: A Case on Brand Communication of Premium Compact Camera “GR”"

●Colum: (4)
  The "New" New Value Creation Strategy: Thinking of Open Innovation
  Hiroshi Shimizu

●Management Forum 
 Katsushige Nakamura
 (President, Mitaka Kohki.Co., Ltd.)

 Interviewed by Yaichi Aoshima and Yoshimi Okada

●Porter Prize 2015
 Emi Osono

●From My Bookshelf
  Takeo Kikkawa
  Koichi Nakagawa

March 7, 2016

Forum 2016.4.13 Michael G Jacobides

Innovation Forum 2016.4.13 Michael G Jacobides


Topic:
“Scale, Scope and Performance Dynamics: A Population Study of
the Evolution of Bank Holding Companies and Their Performance Changes,
1990-2014”

Speaker:
 Michael G Jacobides
(Sir Donald Gordon Chair of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, and
Associate Professor, Strategy & Entrepreneurship Department, London Business School)


Date:
April 13th (Wednesday)  2016
from 16:30 ~ 18:00

Place:
 Conference room of the second floor of the IIR building

Organizer:
 Yaichi Aoshima