京都大学 大学院経済学研究科・経済学部

DEPARTMENT FACULTY

Professor

Akira TakeishiActivity Database on
Education and Research

Date and Place of Birth
May 15, 1958, Tokyo.
Degree (Awarding Institution)
Ph.D. in Management, MIT Sloan School of Management
COURSES
TAUGHT
Undergraduate: Introduction to Management, Strategic Management
Graduate: Research Method for Management Studies, Readings on Firm and Strategy
Membership of Professional Organizations
  • The Academic Association for Organizational Science
  • Japan Association for Evolutionary Economics
Main field of Research and Instruction

Strategic Management, Management of Technology, Inter-firm Division of Labor for Competition and Innovation, Social Process of Innovation

Topic(s) of Research in Progress

Inter-firm Division of Labor for Competition and Innovation, Social Process of Innovation

Selected Publications
  • Takeishi, Akira, Yaichi Aosihma and Masaru Karube, Reasons for Innovation: Creating Legitimacy for Resource Mobilization, Yuhikaku, 2012 (in Japanese)
  • Itami, Hiroyuki, Ken Kusunoki, Tsuyoshi Numagami and Akira Takeishi (eds.), Dynamics of Knowledge, Corporate Systems and Innovation, Springer, 2010
  • Nagaoka, Sadao, Akira Takeishi and Yoshihisa Noro, “Determinants of Firm Boundaries: Empirical Analysis of the Japanese Auto Industry from 1984 to 2002.” Journal of the Japanese and International Economies, 22, 2008, pp.187-206.*
  • Takeishi, Akira and Kyoung Joo Lee, “Mobile Innovation and the Music Business in Japan: The Case of Ringing Tone Melody (“Chaku-Mero”).” In Stuart Barnes and Eusebio Scornavacca (eds.) Unwired Business: Cases in Mobile Business, Hershey:Idea Group Publishing, 2006, pp.1-13.
  • Takeishi, Akira and Yaichi Aoshima, “Case Study Shimano: Market Creation Through Component Integration.” In Herstatt, Cornelius, Christoph Stockstrom, Hugo Tschirky, and Akio Nagahira (eds.) Management of Technology and Innovation in Japan, Berlin:Springer, 2006, pp.29-48.
  • Jarvenpaa, Sirkka, Akira Takeishi, and Bertil Thorngren, “(Editorial) The Future is UNWIRED: Organizational and Strategic Perspectives.” Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Vol.14, No.3, 2005, pp.243-244.
  • Takeishi, Akira and Kyoung Joo Lee, “Mobile Music Business in Japan and Korea: Copyright Management Institutions as a Reverse Salient.” Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Vol.14, No.3, 2005, pp.291-306.
  • The Division of Labor and Competition, Yuhikaku, 2003 (in Japanese)
  • “Knowledge Partitioning in the Inter-Firm Division of Labor: The Case of Automotive Product Development.” Organization Science, Vol.13, No.3, 2002, pp.321-338
  • “Bridging Inter- and Intra-Firm Boundaries: Management of Supplier Involvement in Automobile Product Development.” Strategic Management Journal, Vol.22. No.5, 2001, pp.403-433.
  • Fujimoto, Takahiro, Akira Takeishi and Yaichi Aosihma(eds.), Business Architecture, Yuhikaku, 2001 (in Japanese)
  • Cusumano, Michael A. and Akira Takeishi, “Supplier Relations and Management: A Survey of Japanese, Japanese Transplants, and U.S. Auto Plants.” Strategic Management Journal, Vol.12, No.8, November 1991, pp.563-588.