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Business and Management Environment of Technology Intensive Startups in the Far East (a collaborative research by universities in Japan, PR-China, and ROK with the German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ))

Fujisawa, October 8, 2019 -- IBER-Kotosaka of Keio University announced today that it will be collaborating with the German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ) to conduct a survey on the business and management environment of technology intensive startups in Japan.

This research project is a collaboration between not just Keio University and DIJ, but along with researchers from Korea University, Hoseo University, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, and Chongqing University

The objective of this research will be to gain a deep understanding of the startup ecosystem in the Far East. This will be achieved through carrying out surveys in Japan, the People’s Republic of China (China), and the Republic of Korea (ROK).

This research is aided by the Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Program (reg, 18k12847) by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, which is overseen the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan.

The findings of this research will only be used for academic purposes. Furthermore, a non-public final report of this study (which will include survey results from China and ROK) will be provided to those who contribute to the survey.

※ Organizations that are subject to this research will receive an email shortly
※ Qualified organizations will be randomly selected
※ The first deadline for the survey response is October 31, 2019
※ All responses will be strictly anonymous, and will only be subject to be used for statistical purposes

Below is a study that was conducted on an identical topic, which was published to Asian Business and Management
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