感性認知脳科学入門第 7 回講義 １１月２７日（火）1６:００~1７:００ 総合研究棟 D 棟中会議室 事前勉強会 １１月２８日（水）１４:００~１７：３０ 総合研究棟 D 棟中会議室 14:00-17：00 Class 1 & 2 TITLE: Human Resources Management and Innovation: A survey of Theories and Empirical Evidence 17:00-17:30 Informal Discussion TITLE: Human Resources Management and Innovation: A survey of Theories and Empirical Evidence SUMMARY: The new global information economy relies on human factors research and the understanding of ideas such as 'human resources', 'social capital', 'knowledge management', 'cultural capital' and other intangible, long-range concepts and factors in modelling and managing its key primary driver of 'innovation'. Knowledge intensive business services (KIBS) and academic institutions function as the primary drivers of organisational, sectoral and national innovation and how these are conceptualised and empirically and quantitatively evidenced in models of the causal relationship between human factors and innovation is primarily through human resources management research. This lecture surveys the recent theoretical models and examines the empirical and statistical evidence for the link between human resources management and innovation. BIBLIOGRAPHY: Andersen, B., Howells, J., Hull, J., Miles, I. and Roberts, J. (2000) Knowledge and innovation in the new service economy. Edward Elgar. Cheltenham Arthur, J.B. (1994) Effects of Human Resource Systems on Manufacturing Performance and Turnover. Academy of Management Journal. 37(3). pp. 670-87. Baker, G. Gibbons R. and K. Murphy (1994). Subjective Performance Measures and Optimal Incentive Contracts. Quarterly Journal of Economics. p108. 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