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by Terutomo Ozawa,Kiyoshi Kojima

eBook Japan's General Trading Companies (Development Centre Studies) download ISBN: 9264126449
Author: Terutomo Ozawa,Kiyoshi Kojima
Publisher: Organization for Economic (December 1, 1984)
Language: English
Pages: 119
ePub: 1462 kb
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Subcategory: International

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by Kiyoshi Kojima, Terutomo Ozawa. ISBN 9789264126442 (978-92-64-12644-2) Softcover, Organization for Economic, 1984. Find signed collectible books: 'Japan's General Trading Companies (Development Centre Studies)'. Japan's Technological Challenge to the West, 1950-1974: Motivation and Accomplishment.

Terutomo Ozawa of Colorado State University, CO (CSU) Read 88. .Japan's General Trading Companies: Merchants of Economic Development.

Terutomo Ozawa of Colorado State University, CO (CSU) Read 88 publications Contact Terutomo Ozawa.

See Kiyoshi Kojima and Terutomo Ozawa, Japan’s General Trading Companies: Merchants of Economic Development (Paris: OECD Development Center Studies, 1984) pp. 28 and 48–50. Online ISBN 978-1-349-22993-2. eBook Packages Palgrave Political & Intern. Personalised recommendations.

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Author: (book) Multinationalism, Japanese Style, 1979, Japan's General Trading Companies: Merchants of Economic Development, 1984, Recycling Japan's Surpluses for Developing Countries, 1989, Business Restructuring in Asia, 2001, The "Flying-Geese" Paradigm of Catch-up Growth, 2005. Contributor articles to professional journals. Ozawa, Terutomo was born on January 17, 1935 in Yokohama, Japan. Arrived in United States, 1959, naturalized, 1973. Son of Hanjiro and Tsuru Ozawa.

From the foreword by Kiyoshi Kojima Terutomo Ozawa examines Japan s once celebrated post-war economic success from a new perspective.

Terutomo Ozawa Possibly, also, Japan’s licensing agreements with Western firms included regional restrictions on Japan’s.

Professor Emeritus of Economics Colorado State University. UNCTAD identified more than 650 SOEs that are multinational enterprises (Sauvant and Strauss, 2012, . ). Possibly, also, Japan’s licensing agreements with Western firms included regional restrictions on Japan’s exports and FDI.

Terutomo Ozawa examines Japan's once celebrated post-war economic success .

Terutomo Ozawa examines Japan's once celebrated post-war economic success from a new perspective. The book brings together and expands upon theories developed in the author's work over many years, using them as building blocks for his flying geese model. Contents: Foreword by Kiyoshi Kojima Preface Part I: Post-WWII Growth Clustering and Japan as a Second Goose 1. Hegemon-Led Growth Clustering and the Flying-Geese Paradigm of Catch-up Growth Part II: Out of, and Beyond, the Limit of Borrowed Knowledge and Home-Spun Goods 2. Labor-Driven Stage - and Logic - of Reconstruction 3. Scale-Driven Stage - and Logic - of Modernizing.

Book by Kojima, Kiyoshi, Ozawa, Terutomo