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Have Japanese Firms Changed?

The Lost Decade

  • Hiroaki Miyoshi
  • Yoshifumi Nakata

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Hiroaki Miyoshi, Yoshifumi Nakata
    Pages 1-13
  3. Clair Brown, Greg Linden
    Pages 14-40
  4. Robert E. Cole, Shinya Fushimi
    Pages 41-69
  5. Mitsuo Ishida, Atsushi Sato
    Pages 70-87
  6. Yoshifumi Nakata, Satoru Miyazaki
    Pages 88-108
  7. James R. Lincoln, Emily W. Choi
    Pages 109-136
  8. Akihiko Kawaura, Dai Miyamoto
    Pages 137-160
  9. Yoshifumi Nakata, Xingyuan Zhang
    Pages 191-217
  10. Asli M. Colpan, Takashi Hikino, Toru Yoshikawa
    Pages 218-246
  11. Hiroaki Miyoshi, Takeo Nakao
    Pages 247-272
  12. Masanobu Kii, Hiroaki Miyoshi, Masayuki Sano
    Pages 273-291
  13. Tateo Arimoto
    Pages 292-308
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 309-315

About this book

Introduction

If we ask simply whether Japanese business has changed, our answer must be an unequivocal yes and this is answered with a primary focus on technology, the traditional source of Japan's strong competitiveness. But if we ask whether Japanese firms have also changed in any substantive ways we must accept a less sanguine conclusion.

Keywords

business China foreign direct investment innovation management Manager strategy

Editors and affiliations

  • Hiroaki Miyoshi
    • 1
  • Yoshifumi Nakata
    • 1
  1. 1.Graduate School of Policy and ManagementDoshisha UniversityJapan

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