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

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

First of all, we would like to express our thanks to all contributors of this volume, which is based on a research project that brought together people from various countries and regions (Europe, the United States, Japan, etc.) and with very diverse academic and professional backgrounds. While we firmly believe that intercultural and interdisciplinary work is a fruitful approach, we are also aware that the project demanded a considerable amount of flexibility and patience from many of the contributors

Special thanks go to Professor Akira Goto of Hitotsubashi University and the National Institute for Science and Technology Policy (NISTEP) who gave us substantial advice on the concept of the workshop series this book is based on, and also readily provided his expertise in discussing recent issues concerning the Japanese system of technology and innovation.

The workshop series as well as the preparation of this book were financially supported by the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation, Tokyo Office, and the German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ).

Daniel Dirks and Hendrik Meyer-Ohle (DIJ), Robert Horres (Bonn University), Franz Waldenberger (Munich University), and Christian Schönbach of Ch­­­ūgai's Institute for Molecular Medicine assisted us in the review process. Keiko Asano and Michaela Lincke of DIJ provided great support in organizing the workshops. Finally, we wish to thank Claus Harmer (DIJ), who provided technical assistance in software issues and Phillip Anderson, who took charge of the English language editing.

Martin Hemmert

Christian Oberländer

Tokyo, December 1997

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