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

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INDEX

a
Abraham, T. 234
Advanced Chemical Processing Technology project 217
advanced materials 230 ;
case study in superconductivity research 238-5 ;
classification and applications 230-2 ;
market size 232-8 ;
research projects 232-8 , 245-6
Advanced Research Laboratory 224
Advanced Telecommunications Laboratories (ATL) 224
Agency for Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) 11 , 49 , 82 , 217
Agene Research Institute 186-7
AIST see Agency for Industrial Science and Technology
Akashi, Y. 130 , 137
Allen, T.J. 88 , 107
Alvey Programme for Advanced Information Technology 152 , 153 , 156 , 161-2 , 164-6
Andersen, W.F. 183
Andrews, EM. 88
Anegawa, T. 178 , 189 , 190
Angstrom Technology Partnership 219 , 224
Arima, A. 70
Arrow, KJ. 115
Asanuma, B. 120
Association of Super-advanced Electronics Technologies (ASET) 13 , 195 , 202-6 , 208
Atom Relay Transistors (ART) 224-5
Atomcraft project 219 , 221

b
Barker, B. 74 , 76 , 158
Basic Law see Science and Technology Basic Law
basic research 165-6 ;
comparative case analysis 89-92 ;
cooperation in 161 ; ERATO 93-6 ;
finance for 80-1 , 160-1 ;
government policies to promote 5 , 31-2 ;
human resource management in 87 ;
implications for 109-11 ;
increased collaboration in 70-1 ;
internationalization of 70-1 , 74 ;
joint programs 79-80 ;
need for 23-4 ;
and Not Invented Here (NIH) syndrome 88 ;
problems and challenges 87-9 ;
professional communication/performance contrasts 99-109 ;
quality of 72 , 74 ;
reasons for strengthening 32-3 , 35 ;
weaknesses in 75-8 ;
see also collaborative research;
R&D
Baughn, C.C. 142
Belderbos, R. 142 , 148
Bioelectronic Devices Project 218
biotechnology 183-4
Biotechnology Center 187
BMBF 142 , 146 , 147
Boyer, E.L. 65
bubble economy 6 , 8 , 37 , 38 , 49 , 51-3 , 54 , 123
Buisseret, T. 162
Bureau for Pharmaceutical Affairs 176 , 177
business system:
and globalization 125 ;
intra/inter-industry spillovers 121-3 ;
limitations of 123-4 ;
and need for transparent/internationally-applicable management systems 125-6 ;
and technology 118-21 , 124-5

c
Caiger, J. 154
Callon, S. 159

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