What is it about?

This paper (chapter in a book on global university-industry-government links) looks at the issue of university autonomy in Japan, via a very specific case study.

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Why is it important?

To the west, the way Japan works -- including its universities -- remains somewhat opaque. We hope this paper provides at least one glimpse into the issue, for the English-reading world.

Perspectives

Those interested in Japan in particular should contact the first author, Dr. Yukiko Yamaguchi, at Saga University, Kyushu, Japan. Those interested in the issues of global university-industry-government links in general should contact one of the editors of the book, Dr. Romeo V. Turcan of Aalborg University, Denmark.

Dr Nikhilesh Dholakia
University of Rhode Island

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This page is a summary of: Industry-Academia-Government Cooperation in Japan: The Pivotal Role of the University and Implications for Autonomy, January 2016, Nature, DOI: 10.1057/9781137388728_12.
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