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Emerging Trends in Japanese Management Vol: 6

Product Details
01 Jan 1995
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
264 pages - 156 x 234 x 17mm
Research in International Business and International Relations
This is volume six in a series which focuses on different aspects of international business and international relations. This book provides information on the current state-of-the art.
From the past to the future - an overview of Japanese management research and the volume, Allan Bird and Schon Beechler; "the crazy group" - emergent culture in a Japanese-American binational work group, Jill Kleinberg; the design of American and Japanese bicultural work teams, Richard G. Linowes; US and Japanese perceptions of advanced manufacturing technologies - revitalizing the convergence/divergence debate, Allan Bird and Suresh Kotha; capitalism and modes of production - craftsmanship, mass and lean production, and beyond, Koji Taira; the structure of subsidiary ownership of Japanese manufacturing firms, Elizabeth L. Rose and Koyohiko Ito; how companies develop assets and capabilities - Japan as a leading market, Johny K. Johansson and Thomas W. Roehl; Japan's systems of innovation - a framework for theory guided research, Leonard H. Lynn; host country and industry effects on multinationals' competitiveness - the case of foreign direct investment in the semiconductor industry in Japan, Yui Kimura; comparative study of Japanese R&D investments in the US electronics and automotive industries, Manuel G. Serapio Jr; between a rock and a hard place - Japan scholars in an era of rising US/Japan trade tensions, Robert C. Cole.

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