Strategy, Finance, Management and Marketing Perspective
Aggarwal, Raj (Ed.)
1999, XXII, 328 p.
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Restructuring Japanese Business for Growth consists of eighteen previously unpublished invited chapters by experts on Japanese business. It will attract both commercial and academic interest. Japanese business can be expected to continue to be of great importance in global and Asian economics, especially as the Japanese economy is the dominant economy in Asia, being larger than all other Asian economies combined. Policymakers and business people interested in understanding Japanese financial markets will find this book useful. In addition, this book should be a valuable resource for undergraduate, graduate, and executive development courses in international business, global finance, and Japanese business.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Asian Economics - Asian Economies - EU - Global economy - International Business - business - growth - management
Foreword by Joseph Gorman. Comments by William Clark Jr. Preface. Contributors and Referees. 1. Introduction: The Challenge of Post-Bubble Japanese Business Growth; R. Aggarwal. I: Business Strategies in Japan. 2. The Emerging Nature of Post-Bubble Japanese Business: Policies for Continuing Economics Growth into the new Millennium; R. Aggarwal. 3. Education and Competitiveness of Japanese Firms in a Changing Global Economy; Hwy-Chang Moon. 4. Globalization Strategies of Japanese Firms; G.S. Yip. 5. Recent Developments in American and European Direct Investment in Post-Bubble Japan: Contrasting Perspectives; P.J. Buckley, H. Mirza, J.R. Sparkes. II: Japanese Financial Environment. 6. Has Japan Entered a New Era of Financial Constraints? A.D. Brunner, S.B. Kamin. 7. Foreign Firms in Japan's Securities Industry in the 1980's and Post-Bubble Economy; W.V. Rapp. 8. Determinants of Japanese Banks' Expansion in the European Union; D. Arora. 9. U.S. Trade Balance, Protectionism, and Japanese Equity Prices: International Influence of National Macroeconomic News; R. Aggarwal, D.C. Schirm. III: Management in Japanese Firms. 10. Opportunistic Tendencies in International Joint Ventures with the Japanese: The Effects of Culture, Shared Decision Making, and Relationship Age; J.L. Johnson, J.B. Cullen, T. Sakano. 11. The Challenges to Japan's Labor Market in the Post-Bubble Recession; M.M.L. Wong. 12. Japanese Women in the Workplace; T.R. Lituchy. 13. Linking JIT Strategies and Control Systems: A Comparison of the U.S. and Japan; S.J. Daniel, W.D. Reitsperger. IV: Japanese Marketing. 14. Japanese Marketing in the Post-Bubble Era; J.K. Johansson, M. Hirano. 15. Entering the Japanese Retail Market: Survival of the Fittest? G.S. Erickson, J.M. Maskulka, T.A. Maskulka. 16. Restructuring Japanese Business through Kyosei: Capitalizing on International Strategic Alliances at the Consumer Level; B.L. Simonin, J.A. Ruth. 17. Changing Manufactured Imports of Post-Plaza and Post-Bubble Japan; N. Matsui. 18. The `Depth' of the Japanese Market Orientation: A Comparison Across Ranks and Functions with U.S. Firms; M. Kotabe, A.R. Lanctot Jr. Index.