|Facility:||Hitotsubashi University Institute of Innovation Research Library|
|Address:||Naka 2-1, Kunitachi, Tokyo, 186-8602|
Saturday, Sunday, National Holidays, 12/27-1/4,
and other days (please ask the library staff before the visit)
About the Library:
The IIR library holds 76,252 of traditional Japanese books (和書 Washo), 19,753 Western books (洋書 Yōsho), 874 magazines (雑誌 Zasshi) and financial reports (有価証券報告書 Yūkashōken hōkokusho). The financial reports before 1997 are available in hard copy, and from 1984 to the present are available online (service only for Hitotsubashi affiliates).
Founded in 1997, the Institute of Innovation Research (IIR), formally known as Hitotsubashi University Institute of Business Research which was founded 1949, is a research center for the innovation process and its effect on society. The main focus of the institute is to conduct theoretical and empirical analysis of business, society and management and investigate a broad range of innovative business activities. The IIR also collaborates with other universities, business organizations and governmental agencies both inside and outside Japan.
Note: The Guide uses the ALA/LC standard romanization, however, it also reflects different romanization system used by an individual institution.
Using the Library
Prior to the Visit:
Photocopy: Please ask the library staff.