Table of contents for The Japanese business and economic system : history and prospects for the 21st century / edited by Masao Nakamura.


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Part I: Introduction --Masao Nakamura
Part II: Economic Growth and Industrial Relations
Japan's Economic Growth: Past and Present--Takanobu Nakajima, Masao Nakamura, & Kanji Yoshioka
Participatory Employment Practices in Japan--Takao Kato
Hollowing Out (Kudoka) and the Japanese Worker--Keith Head & John Ries
Part III: Transfer of Japanese Technology to Asia and North American
Technology Transfer in Asia in Transition--Case Studies of Japanese Companies--Takubumi Hayashi
Japanese Auto Suppliers in North America: A Review of the Literature and Prospects for Research--Susan Helper
Part IV: Technology in Japanese Economic History
Japanese Technological Development: A Technology Gap Hypothesis and Its Implications--Yukihiko Kiyokawa
Osaka and Tokyo--Carl Mosk
Part V: U.S.-Japan Relations and the Japanese Economy
Equity Markets, Political Markets and the Changing Framework of US-Japanese Economic Relations--Gary R. Saxonhouse
Global Duopolistic Competition of Fujifilm and Kodak: Corporate Strategy and Business Government Relations--Yoshi Tsurumi & Hiroki Tsurumi
Part VI: Japanese Business Practices
Japan's Business Groups--David Flath
Japanese Corporate Givernance and Macroeconomic Problems--Randall Morck & Masao Nakamura
Environmental Issues and Japanese Firms--Kozo Horiuchi & Masao Nakamura


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Japan Economic conditions 1945-Economic forecasting Japan