EVENT SERIES

Entrepreneurship in Japan: New Patterns After Post-Bubble Reforms

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After the end of the bubble economy in Japan in the early 1990s, policymakers legislated an ambitious program to reform corporate governance, finance, and education. One aim was to improve the climate for fostering successful start-ups.

The Stanford Program on Regions of Innovation and Entrepreneurship's spring seminar series will focus on the efficacy of these reforms and ask the question: Is a new habitat for entrepreneurship and innovation being created in Japan?

Events

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April 24, 2009

Speakers:

  • Richard C. Boly,
Audio
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February 25, 2009

Speaker:

  • Andrei Hagiu
Audio
Charla Griffy Brown 4x6
January 23, 2009

Speaker:

  • Charla Griffy-Brown
Audio
Schaede4by6
October 17, 2008

Speaker:

  • Ulrike Schaede
Presentation
Ishikura3by4
May 27, 2008

Speaker:

  • Yoko Ishikura
Presentation