Professor Junichi NISHIMURA

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Professor Junichi NISHIMURA

Industrial Organization, Economics of Innovation

Profile

[Education]
Ph.D. in Economics, Hitotsubashi University (2011).
B.A. in Economics, Hitotsubashi University (2006).

[Employment History]
Professor, Faculty of Economics, Gakushuin University (April 2018- Present).
Associate Professor, Faculty of Economics, Gakushuin University (April 2013– March 2018).
Research assistant, Institute of Innovation Research, Hitotsubashi University (2011- 2013).

E-mail

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Research

Research Fields

Industrial Organization, Economics of Innovation

Publications

  • “Internal and external discipline: The effect of project leadership and government monitoring on the performance of publicly funded R&D consortia” (with H.Okamuro), Research policy 47, 840-853, 2018.
  • “Whose business is your project? A comparative study of different subsidy policy schemes for collaborative R&D” (with H.Okamuro), Technological Forecasting and Social Change 127, 85-96, 2018.
  • “Knowledge and rent spillovers through government-sponsored R&D consortia”(with H. Okamuro), Science and Public Policy 43, 207-225, 2016.
  • “Local management of national cluster policies: Comparative case studies of Japanese, German, and French biotechnology clusters”(with H. Okamuro), Administrative Sciences 5, 213-239, 2015.
  • “Not Just financial support? Another role of public subsidy in university-industry research collaborations” (with H. Okamuro), Economics of Innovation and New Technology 24, 633-659, 2015.
  • “Diversity in patterns of industry evolution: How an intrapreneurial regime contributed to the emergence of the service robot industry” (with S. Lechevalier and C. Storz), Research Policy 43, 1716-1729, 2014.
  • “R&D portfolios and pharmaceutical licensing” (with Y. Okada), Research Policy 43, 1250-1263, 2014.
  • “Impact of university intellectual property policy on the performance of university-industry research collaboration” (with H. Okamuro), Journal of Technology Transfer 38, 273-301, 2013.
  • “Investigating collaborative R&D using patent data: The case study of robot technology in Japan”(with S. Lechevalier and Y. Ikeda), Managerial and Decision Economics 32, 305-323, 2011.
  • “Subsidy and networking: The effects of direct and indirect support programs of the cluster policy” (with H. Okamuro), Research Policy 40, 714-727, 2011.
  • “R&D productivity and the organization of cluster policy: An empirical evaluation of the Industrial Cluster Project in Japan” (with H. Okamuro), Journal of Technology Transfer 36, 117-144, 2011.
  • “The effect of participation in government consortia on the R&D productivity of firms: A case study of robot technology in Japan” (with S. Lechevalier and Y. Ikeda), Economics of Innovation and New Technology 19, 669-692, 2010.

Professional Affiliations

Japanese Economic Association, Japan Society for Science Policy and Research Management, Japan Academy of Small Business Studies

Message

I hope that all of you students will learn well and play well during your time at college. First and foremost, college is a place for academic learning. Logical thinking developed through the process of learning economics will be useful to you in the future in the real world. However, college is not limited to just academics, but it is also a place where you meet diverse new friends and classmates. I hope that you will exchange various opinions with students of many different personalities, actively communicating with each other.

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