À PROPOS Chercheurs invités Jun SUZUKI


Professor and Deputy Director

Jun Suzuki is Professor, and Deputy Director of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy Program at the National Graduate Institute For Policy Studies (GRIPS, Tokyo). His research focuses on Science and Technology Policy, Innovation Management and its empirical analysis.

Research themes: Science, Technology and Innovation Policy

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Collaboration with FFJ

Associate researcher of the Theme 3
2016 FFJ/Michelin Fellow
Stay: 2016-2017

Jun Suzuki is the 2016 FFJ/Michelin Fellow of FFJ. He conducted the research program entitled "Two faces of patent value - How can we evaluate the patent value and what affects it?" for which he wrote a Research Statement, a Discussion Paper published by the Research Institute of Economy, Trade and Industry (RIETI) and organized the international workshop “Mapping academia-industry linkages and policies for innovation: Japan and OECD”. He is also an associate researcher of the Theme 3: Thinking Innovation through the Interactions between Science, Culture and Society.

Michelin Fellowship Research Statement Discussion Paper Workshop