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Akiya Nagata Last modified date:2022.06.02

Professor / Department of Business and Technology Management / Faculty of Economics

1. Kana Moroga, Akiya Nagata, Yasutaka Kuriyama, Toshiya Kobayashi, Koichi Hasegawa, State of Implementation of Environmental and Energy Policies Adopted by the Regional Governments in Japan, EVERGREEN, 2, 2, 14-23, 2015.09.
2. Ambivalence of Open Networks Promoted by Regional Science and Technology Policy.
3. Does Tax Credit for R&D Induce Additional R&D Investment? -Analysis on the Effects of Gross R&D Credit in Japan.
4. The Impact of Changes in Firms' Boundaries with M&A on R&D: New Evidence from Survey on Research Activities of Private Corporation.
5. The Impact of M&A on R&D and Intellectual Property Management in the Japanese Pharmaceutical Industry.
6. Akiya Nagata, Knowledge Flow from the Scientific Sector to Private Firms: A Review on the Policy of Technology Transfer, International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, Vol4, No.4, 495-510, 2007.12.
7. Human Resource Strategy of Manufacturing Firms in Aged Society with a Fewer Number of Children: Problems of the Skill Transfer and the Engineer Training from Viewpoint of Product Architecture.
8. Determinants of Innovation in Pharmaceutical Firms: Analyzing the Effects of Strategies.
9. Structural-Functional Analysis of Corporate Organizations for Intellectual Property According to Questionnaire Survey Data: Speculation on Methodology.
10. An empirical study on the communication between architects and clients for the architectural design process.
11. Mohamad S. Iman, Akiya Nagata, Liberalization Policy over Foreign Direct Investment and Promotion of Local Firms Development in Indonesia, Technology in Society, Vol.27, pp.399-411, 2005.01.
12. Akiya Nagata, Toward the Intellectual Property Management Integrated into Innovation Process, Hitotsubashi Business Review, Vol.51, No.3, 2003.
13. Wesley M. Cohen, Akira Goto, Akiya Nagata, Richard R. Nelson, John P. Walsh, R&D Spillovers Patents and the Incentives to Innovate in Japan and the United States, Research Policy, Vol.31, pp.1349-1367, 2002.12.
14. Kaori Shinozaki, Akiya Nagata, A Paradox of Knowledge Management in the Case of a Japanese Retail Company, The International Journal of Information Technology and Management, Vol.2, Nos.1/2, pp.1-8, 2002.11.
15. Akiya Nagata and Tatsuya Sasaki, The Determinants of Strategy Performance on Intellectual Property Management in Japanese Firms, Organizational Science, Vol.35, No.3, 2002.
16. Ikujiro Nonaka, Ryoko Toyama, Akiya Nagata, A Firm as a Knowledge-creating Entity: A New Perspective on the Theory of the Firm, Industrial and Corporate Change, Vol.9, No. 1, pp.1-20, 2000.03.
17. Akiya Nagata, Functions of Development Leader in the Knowledge-Creating Process, Business Review, Vol.47, No.3, 2000.
18. Yuko Fujigaki, Akiya Nagata, Concept Evolution in Science and Technology Policy: The Process of Change   in Relationships among University, Industry and Government, ,, Science and Public Policy, Vol.26, No.6, December, pp.387-395, 1998.12.
19. Ken Kusuniki, Ikujiro Nonaka, Akiya Nagata, Organizational Capabilities in Product Development of Japanese Firms: A Conceptual Framework and Empirical Findings, Organization Science, Vol.9, No.6, November-December, pp.699-718, 1998.11.
20. Akiya Nagata, Effects of Government R&D on Economic Growth: A Macro-Economic Model for Measurement, The Journal of Science Policy and Research Management, Vol.13, No.3/4, 1998.
21. Akiya Nagata and Akira Goto, The Schumpeter Hypothesis Revisited: Questionnaire Survey Approach, Business Review, Vol.45, No.3, 1998.
22. Akiya Nagata, Statistical Data on Innovation in Service Industry: Problems on International Standardization, The Journal of Science Policy and Research Management, Vol.11, No.3/4, 1996.
23. Ken Kusunoki, Ikujiro Nonaka, Akiya Nagata, Organizational Capabilities in Product Development of Japanese Firms, Organizational Science, Vol.29, No.1, 1995.