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Keio Research Highlights: Multinational enterprises multiply investment in local talent; Combating COVID-19

September 28, 2020



Multinational enterprises multiply investment in local talent

How do you get the most out of your expat work force? The answer may be to nurture the host country nationals (HCNs) they work with, suggests Keio University's Sachiko Yamao and her collaborators in Singapore, Australia, and Canada in a recent Journal of International Management report. Read more



Combating COVID-19: Nationwide genomic analysis to study possible reasons for the low COVIC-19 mortality rate in Japan

Japanese researchers have launched the Joint Research Coronavirus Task Force to gather genetic information for predicting severe cases of COVID-19 and developing effective vaccines. Read more

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Keio University Hospital Begins Technical Trial of Autonomous Driving Technology to Improve Patient Mobility

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