Industry-academia Cooperation Toward Institutional Design to Cultivate Innovative Power

Author(s)/Editor(s) Written and edited by HARAYAMA Yuko
ISBN 4-492-22228-6
Publication Date April 2003

Table of Contents

What determines success or failure in cooperation between industry and academia? This book discusses fresh approaches to the concept of industry-academia collaboration, touching on the prospects for true synergies and the risks to the function of both sides that such collaboration poses.

Part I: The Current State of Industry-Academia Cooperation Overseas
Chapter 1: The Contribution of U.S. Research Universities to Technological Innovation
Chapter 2: Industry-Academia Cooperation and the Rise of Start-up Businesses
Chapter 3: Businesses Started in Chinese Universities and Industry-Academia Collaboration

Part II: The Current State of Industry-Academia Cooperation in Japan
Chapter 4: Industry-Academia Cooperation and Biotechnology R&D
Chapter 5: Industry-Academia Cooperation in Micro-, Nano- and System-Technologies

Part III: Circumstances Surrounding Industry-Academia Cooperation in Japan
Chapter 6: Industry-Academia-Government Cooperation - A comparison of the Agency of Industrial Science and Technology and the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Chapter 7: Responsiveness of Universities to External Change

Conclusion: Establishing Mutually Beneficial Cooperation between Industry and Academia

* This publication is in Japanese. An English translation is not available.