Technology and Innovation in Japan: Policy and Management for the Twenty-First Century

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FIGURES
1.1 Japan’s technology exports and imports, 1975-96 3
1.2 Government’s share in financing Japan’s R&D 6
1.3 Performing sectors of R&D in Japan 7
2.1 Trends in each technological area comparing the current R&D level of Japan and other countries 34
3.1 Comparison of the contribution of technological progress to economic growth in Japan, the US and West Germany, 1960-86 40
3.2 Trends in substitution and complement between labor, capital, energy and technology in the Japanese manufacturing industry, 1956-92 41
3.3 Japan’s governmental support for industrial R&D development, 1955-94 45
3.4 Factors contributing to change in R&D expenditures in the Japanese manufacturing industry, 1965-94 50
3.5 Investment objectives in the Japanese manufacturing industry, 1986-95 52
3.6 Trends in the deflators of R&D expenditure and of sales in the Japanese manufacturing industry, 1970-90 53
4.1 Demand for graduate students of different disciplines, 1984-94 66
8.1 R&D expenditure of Japanese manufacturing firms, 1970-96 131
8.2 R&D intensity of Japanese manufacturing firms, 1970-96 131
8.3 Number of researchers in Japanese manufacturing firms, 1970-97 133
8.4 Share of US utility patents granted to Japanese 134
8.5 R&D expenditures of foreign affiliates of Japanese manufacturing firms 143
10.1 Net operating profit as percentage of sales, sales growth, R&D intensity and price cuts in the Japanese pharmaceutical industry 179

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