Matsuoka Kumi

Faculty of Economics
Department of Economics
Graduate School of Science for Creative Emergence
Division of Science for Creative Emergence
PositionAssociate Professor
Last Updated :2022/08/10

Researcher Profile and Settings


  •  - 2000 , Kobe University, Graduate School, Division of Administration
  •  - 2000 , Kobe University


  • Ph.D (Business Administration), Kobe University
  • MA. (Business Administration), Kobe University

Association Memberships

  • 日本ベンチャー学会
  • 経営行動科学学会
  • 組織学会
  • Academy of Management

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   2007 04 , Kagawa University, Faculty of Economics
  •   2006 04 ,  - 2007 03 , Kagawa University, Faculty of Economics
  •   2004 04 ,  - 2006 03 , Kagawa University, Graduate School of Management
  •   2001 05 ,  - 2004 03 , Kagawa University, Faculty of Economics
  •   2000 04 ,  - 2001 04 , Kagawa University, Faculty of Economics

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences / Business administration

Research Interests

    組織行動論, Organizational Behavior

Published Papers

  • 非営利型コーポレートベンチャリングに関する考察-理化学研究所におけるベンチャー創出, 新藤晴臣, 山田仁一郎, 松岡久美, 組織学会大会論文集,   2016 08 , [査読有り]
  • 企業家研究者の心理的オーナーシップ ─大学発ベンチャーにおける2つの出口─, 山田仁一郎, 松岡久美, 組織科学, 47, (3) 17 - 28,   2014 03 , [査読有り]
  • The Role and Career of Social Entrepreneur, Jin-ichiro Yamada, Social Business,   2011 , [Invited]
  • The Range of Legitimatization Strategy and Regional Entrepreneurship: Evidence from the Cases of the Academic Spin-off Process in Japan, Jin-ichiro Yamada, Kumi Matsuoka, Piccola impresa. Urbino: Montefeltro,   2008 , [Refereed]
  • 起業家教育における産官学連携の模索:高松中学校のケースを元に, 金東吉, 松岡久美, 香川大学経済論叢, 79, (2) 99 - 126,   2006 09
  • 産学連携とアカデミック・アントレプレナーシップ(若林直樹他『産業クラスターにおけるネットワーク・ガバナンス』所収), 松岡久美, 山田仁一郎, 経済社会学年報, 28,   2006 09


  • ソーシャルビジネスとしての独立リーグのマネジメント, 山田仁一郎, 松岡久美, よくわかるスポーツマネジメント, 98 - 99,   2017 03 , [依頼有り]
  • アカデミック・アントレプレナーと地域の事業創造, 山田仁一郎, 松岡久美, AIST 技術革新型企業創造プロジェクト Discussion Paper Series, #07, (08),   2007
  • Cultural Entrepreneurship on the Contemporary Art Museum:The Co-evolutional Process of Regional and Organizational Identity in Benesse Art Site Naoshima, 松岡久美, 山田仁一郎, 香川大学経済研究所ワーキングペーパー, (125),   2007
  • 新技術の事業化と正統化の射程:地域のアカデミック・スピンオフ創出過程の比較事例分析, 山田仁一郎, 松岡久美, 香川大学経済研究所ワーキングペーパー, (127),   2007
  • 産学連携によるクラスター形成初期のイノベーション過程の分析―香川大学・希少糖プロジェクトの事例―, 松岡久美, 原真志, 山田仁一郎, 香川大学経済研究所 Working paper No.100,   2005 03

Books etc

  • 地域創生イノベーション:企業家精神で地域の活性化に挑む, 山田仁一郎, 松岡久美, 分担執筆, 第2章(49-80頁)グローバル地域企業の共通価値創造戦略, 中央経済社,   2016 10
  • ソーシャル・ビジネス:地域の課題をビジネスで解決する, 山田仁一郎, 松岡久美, 分担執筆, 第2章(45-85頁)ソーシャル・アントレプレナーの役割とキャリア, 中央経済社,   2011 08

Conference Activities & Talks

  • 地域活性化と拘束性のジレンマ, 山田仁一郎, 松岡久美, 組織学会研究発表大会,   2018 06 09
  • 非営利型コーポレートベンチャリングに関する考察, 新藤晴臣, 山田仁一郎, 松岡久美, 組織学会研究発表大会,   2016 06
  • 地域の事業創造と大学発アントレプレナーシップ, 山田仁一郎, 松岡久美, 日本ベンチャー学会第17回全国大会,   2014 11
  • 企業家研究者の役割と心理的関与, 山田仁一郎, 松岡久美, 日本ベンチャー学会第16回全国大会,   2013 11
  • アカデミック・アントレプレナーの役割類型に関する研究 : 地域の新産業基盤の構築過程における比較事例分析, 松岡 久美, 山田 仁一郎, 経営行動科学学会年次大会,   2006 11
  • 研究・教育機関における研究者のアントレプレナーシップ : 産学連携プロジェクトにおける比較事例分析(事例発表,経営行動科学学会第8回年次大会), 松岡 久美, 山田 仁一郎, 経営行動科学学会年次大会,   2005 11

Research Grants & Projects

  • 中小企業の起業家志向性とネットワーク・ケイパビリティ, 日本学術振興会, 科学研究費助成事業 基盤研究(C),   2019 04 01  - 2023 03 31
  • 中小企業の新規事業開発 -ネットワーク形成と協働の観点から-, 日本学術振興会, 科学研究費助成事業 基盤研究(C),   2016 04 01  - 2020 03 31 , 文献レビューを行った(経費:小売関連書籍・資料費)。文献レビューは,ネットワーク形成と協働に関わる文献を整理し,同時に,説明のための理論枠組みである,資源依存パースペクティブ,ネットワークケイパビリティ,起業家志向性にかんする文献の整理を行った。 2次データによる対象企業の絞り込みを行い,複数事例研究のための調査を実施した(経費:調査旅費・インタビュー起稿費)。調査データは,企業や組織に関する資料や文献を用いた文献調査と,調査対象となる新規事業開発に関わる中小企業事業者へのインタビュー調査によって収集した。 しかし,調査の問題意識としていた点からすると、対象企業の規模が小さいことから,企業行動が想定しがたい部分があり,論文という形にするには難しいという調査結果となった。 このことから,資源依存パースペクティブ,ネットワークケイパビリティ,起業家志向性にかんする文献の整理を行い、アンケート調査についても検討を行ったが,研究代表者妊娠のため,研究が進まなかった。
  • Dynamism of Corporate Governance Change: The Empirical Analysis of Outside Directors in Japanese Firms, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C),   2016 04 01  - 2019 03 31 , We investigate how outside directors define their director role under institutional change using the grounded theory approach. Based the semi-structured interviews with 70 directors and executives in Japanese firms, we are able to identify some important factors that shape the outside directors’ role identity. Our findings suggest that while role identity of outside directors is quite diverse because of the role ambiguity caused by institutional change, they try to make sense of competing institutional logics influenced by executives’ sensegiving on the director role and by external expectation created by the new governance regime leading them to choose different responses. In the institutional context where agency logic has not deeply penetrated, the formation of outside directors’ role identity is subject to influences from the interactions of multiple logics and the executives’ sensegiving which aims to shape the preferred definition of the role of outside directors.
  • The bottleneck issues on entrepreneurs' career strategy in Japan, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C),   2012 04 01  - 2015 03 31 , The model developed here explains the diverse exit strategies of entrepreneurs while these firms have different various stakeholder compositions and its distinctive development paths. I argue that venture survival and their career strategies are not strictly a function of economic performance but also depends on a firm’s own threshold of performance. I apply the EVL model to the study of academic venture survival, in which two thresholds of economic and social index are determined by the key stakeholders’ ownership influence such as the leading academic entrepreneurs. Utilizing four case studies, I find the some supportive evidence for the model. The findings suggest that the reason why entrepreneurs' career strategies may choose to continue or survive despite comparatively low economic performance.
  • Entrepreneurial career strategy: The study of women entrepreneurs in a regional city, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Research Activity start-up,   2012 08 31  - 2014 03 31 , This study investigates women entrepreneurs in local cities from the perspective of entrepreneurial career strategy. The findings are as follows: these entrepreneurs (1)are aware of the size and scope of the business that they can control, (2) experience some work-family conflict and are anxious about that, but regard that unavoidable, (3) understand the importance of role models and mentors, and (4) are willing to serve as such for others.
  • The multi-case studies of social entrepreneurship and local business strategy : In search of the creation mechanism of cultural business, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C),   2008  - 2010 , This paper explored the creation mechanism of cultural business by conducting the multi-case studies. We suggest that, in order to utilize, circulate and create dynamic resources, it's essential for social entrepreneurs, citizens, local governments and private companies, who are embedded in each institutional specific logic, to exploit others' interests as own resources and to engage in the form of collective action. We also raise an important issue concerning the relationship between social entrepreneurs and organizations, which inevitably transforms in the case of cultural businesses as building-up process requires much longer time than other industry.
  • わが国におけるアカデミック・スピンオフの検証, 公益財団法人 日本生産性本部: 生産性研究助成,   2006 04  - 2007 03
  • Business Creation and Academic Entrepreneurship : Cognition, Role and Career Development of University Researchers, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C),   2006  - 2007 , We examine the entrepreneurial activity of university researchers from the viewpoint of behavioral characteristics, venture strategy, and management issues specific to the academic spin-offs. We conduct five case studies of academic spin-off firms in bio-technology industry, focusing on the chief scientist/faculty, CEO/external entrepreneur and their relationships. We also survey managers and university researchers involved in the academic spin-offs. Our findings and explanations are as follows : -Academic entrepreneurs generally like innovation, but they tend to be slightly risk averse as to managerial decisions. When business environments are changing, the distinction between the role of a manager and that of a researcher are often blurred. For example, we can sometimes observe an over commitment to business activities by researchers. The wide and strong commitment to the company would not always lead to overall business success. -Academic spin-offs use their universities' reputation as a legitimatization strategy for building trust with the market, investors, and consumers. Universities use academic spin-offs as evidence of their active university-industry linkage and usefulness of their research output. On the other hand, using each other to legitimize their activities sometimes locks their strategic options. We propose the notion of "the range of legitimization" to clarify the bilateral relationship. This study contributes to the nascent literature dealing with the paradoxical nature of academic entrepreneurship. It also sheds light on the management of legitimacy of ventures and on innovation management.
  • The management of industry-university cooperation in regions international, comparative and empirical analysis of biotechnology industry, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C),   2003  - 2004 , We have researched the early stage of cluster formation in the biotechnology industry to build new framework which will effectively help to criticize industry-university co-operation in the early stage of cluster formation and, in addition, to prove problems of policy about support and evaluation. As domestic cluster, case studies centered on rare sugar biotechnology cluster in Kagawa were made, and as cluster in foreign countries, case studies of biotechnology industry cluster in the United States and Europe were made. Those led us to point out that there are two kinds of growth, social growth (being public) and economic growth (business) in the process of cluster formation and point out that it is desirable that support and evaluation suitable for respective growth should be done. Precedent researches have proved that academic entrepreneurship by researchers at university results only in starting business, in other words, a venture starting from university. We also pointed out it results in building infrastructure which is a research base as well as starting business. Domestic cluster, in the early stage, faces difficulties in linkage between researches and business and faces difficulties in managing to be rooted in communities and to gain global competitive predominance at the same time, and faces a gap of domain between industry and university. It, however, attempts to overcome those difficulties now. Together with academic researches and business, being rooted in communities imposes a very complicated and expanded role on researchers at university who are the core of cluster. Under these circumstances, entrepreneurs are in action. In comparison with cluster in foreign countries, in domestic cluster, the function of supporting organizations is not strong because the organizations are not linked with each other well and we are short of talented people who are able to measure linkage between researches and business because the dividing line between researches and business is fixed highly, and the function of training those people is not strong. That's what this research has proved.
  • Academic Entrepreneurship,   2003

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