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Research paper : Study of the top 70 NEDO Inside Products (M. YAMASHITA et al.)−86−Synthesiology - English edition Vol.8 No.2 (2015) AuthorsMasaru YAMASHITACompleted the doctorate course at the Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo in 1991 (Doctor of Engineering). Assistant Professor, Department of Engineering (Industrial Physics and Chemistry), The University of Tokyo in April 1991. Joined NEDO in 1994; Hydrogen Alcohol Biomass Development Office; Energy Conservation Development Office; Associate Professor, School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo; part-time lecturer at Department of Engineering, Osaka University and Department of Science, Toho University; Environmental Technology Development Office; Evaluation Department; and Director, Technology Strategy Center. In this paper, was in charge of the search and systemization of NEDO Inside Product candidates, the economic evaluation estimates (sales, future sales, derived sales, etc.), and the systemization and case studies of recycling technologies.Yoshiko YURUGIJoined NEDO in 1996. Solar Technology Development Office; UN University; NEDO Bangkok Office; Public Relation Department; Evaluation Department; and Director, Robot and Machinery System Department. In this paper, was in charge of the search and systemization of NEDO Inside Product candidates, the economic evaluation estimates (sales, future sales, etc.), and the systematization of recycling technologies.Noriko KIMURAJoined NEDO in 1994. Alcohol Project Headquarters; R&D Project Department; Industrial Technology Development Office; Machinery System Technology Department; Biotechnology and Medical Technology Department; Evaluation Department; and Deputy Director, Robot and Machinery System Department. In this paper, was in charge of the economic evaluation estimates (derived sales, etc.) of NEDO Inside Product candidates and the case study of recycling technology.Sayaka SHISHIDOJoined NEDO in 2007. Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technology Department; Evaluation Department; and Chief Officer, Smart Community Department. In this paper, was in charge of the search of NEDO Inside Product candidates and the economic estimates (in environment and energy fields).Tomonaga YOSHIDAJoined NEDO in 2006. Nanotechnology and Materials Technology Department; Project Management Department; General Affairs Department; Evaluation Department; and Chief Officer, Project Management Office (Doctor of Engineering). In this paper, was in charge of the search of NEDO Inside Product candidates and the economic estimates (in industrial technology field).Toshiyuki ISSHIKIJoined NEDO in 2010. Electronics and Information Technology Department; Electronics, Materials, Nanotechnology Department; and Chief Officer, Evaluation Department (Doctor of Science). In this paper, was in charge of the search of NEDO Inside Product candidates and the economic estimates (in industrial technology field).Mitsuru TAKESHITACompleted the course at the Department of Chemistry, Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University in March 1984. Joined NEDO in 1984. Manager, NEDO Sydney Office; Senior Researcher, Materials and Nanotechnology Office; Director, Biotechnology and Medical Technology Department; Head, Evaluation Department; and Director General, Project Management Office. In this paper, was in charge of the proposal of concept for NEDO Inside Products, the search of NEDO Inside Product candidates, and the calculations for product candidates.[24]M. Yamashita, Y. Yurugi, S. Shishido, T. Yoshida and M. Takeshita: Impact evaluation of Japanese public investment to overcome market failure review of the Top 50 NEDO Inside Products, Research Evaluation, 22 (5), 316-336 (2013).[25]NEDO Accomplishment Report Database: http://www.nedo.go.jp/library/database_index.html, accessed 2014-09-04 (in Japanese).[26]NEDO: Survey of method pertaining to visualization of NEDO efforts: (1) Visualization of NEDO efforts through objective fact finding (2) Visualization of products/processes utilizing NEDO project results through sales estimates, FY 2013 Accomplishment Report, (2014 in Japanese).[27]Ministry of Finance: Corporation statistics, http://www.mof.go.jp/pri/reference/ssc/, accessed 2014-09-04 (in Japanese).[28]Fuji Chimera Research Institute: 2011 General survey of MEMS related market, (2010 in Japanese).[29]Micromachine Center: Mini report on survey research, http://mmc.la.coocan.jp/research/market/, accessed 2014-09-04 (in Japanese).[30]Yole Development: Top 30 MEMS companies 2012 - Fast growing consumer markets continue to shake up MEMS sector, MEMS Industry Report, (2012).[31]Fuji Chimera Research Institute: FY 2010 industrial technology survey project “Quantitative survey of international competitive position of Japanese companies”, METI (2011) (in Japanese).[32]S. Shishido, M. Yamashita, J. Yoshida and M. Takeshita: Research on derivative effects created by Japanese national R&D projects, Research Evaluation, 21 (5), 344-353 (2012).[33]RTS Corporation: Outcome survey pertaining to the photovoltaic generation system and related technologies, FY 2006 Accomplishment Report, NEDO (2006) (in Japanese).[34]NEDO (ed.): (Results of 8-year R&D for super heat pump energy accumulation system (1993 in Japanese).[35]Japan Industrial Furnace Manufacturers Association: Report of outcome survey pertaining to high-performance industrial furnaces , NEDO (2011 in Japanese).[36]NEDO: Model projects for improving international energy efficiency and others, Accomplishment Report , http://www.nedo.go.jp/activities/AT1_00175.html, accessed 2014-09-04 (in Japanese).Discussions with ReviewersOverallComment (Akira Kageyama, Research and Innovation Promotion Headquarters, AIST; Naoto Kobayashi, Center for Research Strategy, Waseda University)There is a social demand for the assessment and disclosure of the cost-effectiveness (effect of investment) of national-funded R&D projects. While the methodology has yet to be established, this is a valuable paper which has discussed the cost-effectiveness

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