Nahoko’s research interests include organizational theory, economic sociology, science and technology, and entrepreneurship. She is currently working on processes of practice changes in the context of Japanese bioscientists’ academic entrepreneurship. She has also written on the use of standard forms in 911 centers and how organizational memory refracted the implementation of empowerment schemes at a software engineering firm. Nahoko uses multiple methods, primarily ethnography, and in-depth interviews. Nahoko’s work was published in Organization Studies, Journal of Technology Transfer, Theory and Society, and Qualitative Sociology.