The Dark Side of Japanese Business: Three "industry Novels"

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M.E. Sharpe, Oct 24, 1995 - Business & Economics - 296 pages
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"(The novels) depict Japanese business as nasty and businessmen as villains. As the books sell in large numbers in Japan this is presumably how ordinary Japanese view the driving force of the world's second biggest economy". -- The Economist

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Page x - Abstraction ... is confronted with the flux of experience, the monolith of program with the richness and diversity of motive, the purity of ideal with the contaminations of action.
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