Japanese Business, Volume 3

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Schon Beechler, Kristin Stucker
Taylor & Francis US, 1998 - Business & Economics - 416 pages
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Contents

an introductory overview
3
What role has the main bank played in Japan?
49
The productivity effects of employee stockownership plans
69
The structure of corporate ownership in Japan
99
The main bank system and corporate monitoring and control
120
Financial structure and bankruptcy risk in Japanese companies
145
Marketshare patterns and market leadership in Japan
163
Industryuniversity cooperation at Japans Protein Engineering
176
Business alliances and the strategy of the Japanese firm
222
a blockmodel analysis
239
parentsubsidiary
277
Japanese industrial organization in comparative perspective
302
a study of the Suzuki zaibatsu
326
health
351
Joint ventures with Japan give away our future
378
evidence from U S Japanese
392

giving companies a competitive edge
200

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About the author (1998)

Schon Beechler is Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Business at Columbia University and Director of the Columbia Senior Executive Program.
Allan Bird is Professor of International Management and head of the Global Strategy & Law Area in the College of Business at California Polytechnic State University

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