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Kohei Matsumoto

Doctoral Student in Business Administration: Marketing

Managerial Studies

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2201 UH

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601 S. Morgan St.

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About

Research Interests

  • New product development (University-industry collaborations)
  • Political activity of firms and CEOs (Lobbying, CEO activism)
  • Product-harm crisis management

Awards & Affiliations

  • UIC College of Business Graduate Assistantship, 2017.
  • UIC Department of Managerial Studies Fellowship, 2017.
  • Honjo Award extension – Independent research at the University of Chicago, 2017.
  • Team recipient of CTSA-ITM Core Subsidies Funding (PI: Dr. Keigo Kawaji, Ph.D), 2016.
  • Honjo International Scholarship Foundation Award, 2015
  • Team recipient of I-Corps Program Award from the National Science Foundation (PI: Dr. Keigo Kawaji, Ph.D), 2015.
  • 47th St. Gallen Wings of Excellence Award, 2015.
  • Ito Chube Scholarship Foundation Award, 2015.
  • Kinoshita Memorial Enterprise Foundation Award, 2012.

Selected Publications

Book chapters

  • Matsumoto, K. and Mishina, K. “Chapter 2: The development of a mass production system in the U.S.” (in Japanese), pp. 35-74.
  • Matsumoto, K. and Mishina, K. “Chapter 3: The emergence of Internet companies in the U.S.” (in Japanese), pp. 75-120.
  • Matsumoto, K. and Mishina, K. “Chapter 4: How can Japan develop its own sensor network system?” (in Japanese), pp. 121-170.
  • Matsumoto, K. and Mishina, K. “Chapter 5: Case studies of effective corporate venture.” (in Japanese), pp. 171-212.
    All chapters in Mishina, K., and the Sensor Workshop Team. Principle of Sensor Networks (in Japanese). ISBN-13: 978-4492762240, Toyo Keizai Inc., February 2016.

Abstracts and conference papers

  • Matsumoto, K. and Kawaji, K. “Technology transfer through the NSF Innovation Corps program: Case of magnetic resonance technology development.” Proc. Honjo International Scholarship Foundation 20th Anniversary International Symposium, Tokyo, Japan, forthcoming.
  • Matsumoto, K. “The impact of certificate-of-need regulation on the wage of registered nurses.” Proc. Honjo International Scholarship Foundation 20th Anniversary International Symposium, Tokyo, Japan, forthcoming.
  • Kawaji, K., Matsumoto, K., Smink, J., Wang, H., Osman, N., and Patel, A. “Single-breath-hold qsCine (quantitative strain cine) with Strain-ENCoded (SENC) overlay: Protocol Optimization at 1.5T.” Proc. ISMRM Cardiac Function Workshop, New York, USA, August 2017.
  • Nazir, N., Patel, A. R., Narang, A., Matsumoto, K., Tani, D., Wang, H., and Kawaji, K. “Scan-time reduction by improved utilization of idle times by permuting pre-scan ordering: Feasibility demonstration of a aingle breath-hold strain-encoded CMR.” SCMR, Washington DC, USA, P332, February 2017.
  • Matsumoto, K., Yagi, M., and Kokubu, K. “Why should companies implement social and environmental policies?” Proc. Environmental Systems Research 2014, Ibaraki, Japan, pp. 219-230, October 2014.

Education

MA in Public Policy with Certificate in Research Methods, the University of Chicago, 2016.
MA in Business Administration, Kobe University, 2015.
BA in Business Administration, Kobe University, 2012.