Published December 30, 2004 by JAI Press .
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changes in the determinants of profit: a study of foreign subsidiaries in the japanese manufacturing industries in the s and s. Get this from a library. Japanese Firms in Transition: Responding to the Globalization Challenge. [Tom Roehl; Allan Bird] -- Examines how Japanese firms have responded to the challenge of a slower domestic economy and a more competitive international economy.
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Due to the tenacity of organizational culture, organizational cultures of Japanese companies are expected to not have considerably changed over the past two decades since the collapse of the Japanese bubble economy in the early s, not to mention over the decade or so since the turn of the century, the focal period of this : Takashi Sakikawa.
The Japanese Economy in Transition 5 Source: OECD Outlook, JuneA Note: The figures for are the average for the years The return to business capital is defined as the ratio of the gross operating surplus of enterprises to nonresiden. Japanese Firms in Transition: Responding to the Globalization Challenge, Volume 17 "Theories of the Multinational Enterprise: Diversity, Complexity and Relevance", Volume 16 Managing Multinationals in a Knowledge Economy: Economics, Culture, Volume Japanese Management and Labour in Transition explores the changing face of Japanese industrial relations.
Part one of the work outlines recent trends in Japanese labour markets, labour law and corporate strategy, and explores the responses of both management and labour to pressure posed by these trends. Throughout the book, the common theme conveyed to readers is a consistently strong message that the change is ongoing and the evolution of management style is real in the Japanese Firms in Transition context.
The book would be of great interest to researchers, academics and practitioners in fields of global management, international management, and Asian capitalism. MEB – 6th International Conference on Management, Enterprise and Benchmarking MayBudapest, Hungary earlier acute interest in management.
In the s, many large Japanese firms had sent their young college graduates to join MBA progammes in the US, but this. aging a firm successfully.
Understanding Japanese Management Practices presents the results of my experience in Japanese firms and my research on the topic.
Today, after working most of my professional career in Japanese organizations, I still consider Japanese Japanese Firms in Transition practices as very unique and complimentary to Western management practices.
In this study, we paid specific attention to the voluntary announcements of M&A budgets by Japanese firms. We discussed the antecedents and consequences of such announcements by incorporating the context of Japan, which has experienced an enduring economic downturn since and is in the process of adopting a Western style of governance.
Corporate managers can also find helpful suggestions for CSR activities in the book.” (Translated from Japanese, Hidetaka Kawakita, Securities Analyst Journal, Vol. 2, ) “This fascinating book provides the first comprehensive empirical research on the corporate social responsibility of Japanese companies viewed from a corporate finance.
The Japanese Firm in Transition. Print. Author(s)/Editor(s) Written and edited by ITOH Hideshi: Publisher: Through a thorough re-examination of Japanese business, this book offers suggestions for which parts of Japan's business model need to change - and which do not.
The Reality of Corporate Management in Japanese Firms Chapter 8. (). Training and firm performance in economies in transition: a comparison between Vietnam and China. Asia Pacific Business Review: Vol. 17, No. 1, pp.
Japanese Firms in Transition: Responding to the Globalization Challenge, Volume 17 Theories of the Multinational Enterprise: Diversity, Complexity and Relevance, Volume 16 Managing Multinationals in a Knowledge Economy: Economics, Culture, and Human Resources, Volume Yokthe Thay in Transition Kathy Foley.
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This book aims to shed light on the potentially innovative ICT (information and communication technology) architectures from an East Asian regional perspective. The business environment brought about by the development of ICT intensified global competition and caused dramatic changes in the industrial architecture.
For the sake of reducing labour costs, Japanese firms used non-regular employment instead of using PRP. It is possible to interpret the restriction of LTE to core workers to be a new LTE policy. In this case, LTE policy, both the traditional and new policies, covers almost all Japanese firms.
Mansfield, E. and A. Romeo () ‘Reverse Transfer of Technology from Overseas Subsidiaries to American Firms’, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, vol. EM, no. Google Scholar Nakaoka, T., T. Ishii and H.
Uchida (eds) () Technology and Technology Policy in Modern Japan (in Japanese) (UN University Press). By providing insight into the emergence of distinct types of IT‐supported learning and their vital role in Sava’s successful transition, the paper contributes to a deeper understanding of the relationship between IT and organizational learning that is relevant and inspiring to other companies, especially those operating in transition economies.
The Japanese Corporation in Transition: Current Challenges & Outlook Yotaro Kobayashi Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Fuji Xerox My remarks on the transition of the Japanese corporation involve some generalizations, based on my experiences in organizations such as the Japan Association of Corporate Executives, Keidanren and Keizai Doyukai.
Asaba, S & Yamawaki, HCHANGES IN THE DETERMINANTS OF PROFIT: A STUDY OF FOREIGN SUBSIDIARIES IN THE JAPANESE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES IN THE s AND s. in Japanese Firms in Transition: Responding to the Globalization Challenge. Japanese firms have come under close examination by their international counterparts,who seek insight into the sources of Japanese accomplishments.
The Japanese Firm reveals the complex network of institutions and practices surrounding the Japanese firm to explain the successes of the Japanese. Japan in transition, Unknown Binding See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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17, No. 4 The diffusion of disruptive technological innovation and emergence of international new venture: A case study of Korea's venture firms in Set-Top Box industry. Book Description: Most of Japan's leading textile firms date back to the turn of the century.
Unlike many of their Western competitors, however, Japan's larger companies have survived the "decline" of a sector consumed by fierce international competition. Now in paperback, this book considers the role of small firms in the Japanese economy and challenges established views of the Japanese economy, society and political economy.
In contrast to Japan's giant corporations, relatively little is known about its small firms. This is so despite their vital contribution to the s: 1. The Meiji Restoration introduced a political transformation, but these chapters address the more gradual social transition.
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Introduction. Japanese companies have been involved in 50, deals between and This cumulates to a total value of 2, bil. USD which translates tobil. YEN. In the year there was an all-time high in terms of value of deals with almost bil. USD. The most active year so far was with over 3, deals, but only a total value.
Asakawa, K. () “Sekai Hyojun Practice no Shanai Fukyukatei ni Okeru Shogai Yoin: Nichiou Seiyakukigyouno Baai (in Japanese language),” (Sources of impediments to the diffusion of global standard practices within the firms: The cases of Japanese and European pharmaceutical firms), Journal of Health Care and 9,No (iryou-to.
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Titles published after Volume 21 appear as a subseries (now entitled Advances in the Mathematical Sciences) in the book. Reviewed by Yuzo Murayama | The recognized limitations of neoclassical economics and the desirability of integrating social and cultural factors into economic analysis have spurred much recent research.
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Japan - Japan - Economic transformation: The Korean War marked the turn from economic depression to recovery for Japan.
As the staging area for the United Nations forces on the Korean peninsula, Japan profited indirectly from the war, as valuable procurement orders for goods and services were assigned to Japanese suppliers.
The Japanese economy at the return of independence in was in the. Abstract. By examining the transition from local to global OD practices within a Japanese firm, critical lessons can be learned regarding the importance of understanding and communicating organizational context, the need to exercise care when selecting global interventions, overcoming some of the common challenges of working across cultures, and the possibility of viewing global organization.
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We compare the innovativeness of firms affiliated with business groups to that of independent firms in two emerging economies: South Korea and Taiwan. On average, business group affiliates outperform independent firms in South Korea, but not in Taiwan, and in the early s, but not in the late s.This transition resulted from various reasons: (1) financial difficulty caused upon big chaebols by the IMF crisis, (2) the government's emphasis on nurturing high‐technology venture businesses, (3) the government's initiative to start Brain Korea 21 (BK21) projects.Note to readers: Should you need to install the Adobe Acrobat reader (free), which is necessary to read pdf files, click here: For the full pdf text of The Silk Road, Vol.
13 (), click here. Individual articles may be downloaded from the links below in the Table of Contents. Note that all pdf files are low resolution for optimal speed in downloading, but the complete volume file is large.