The new, emerging Japanese economy : opportunities and strategies for world business / Panos Mourdoukoutas.
- Mason, Ohio : Thomson/South-Western, ©2005.
xiii, 242 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Japan -- Economic conditions -- 1989-
Japan -- Economic policy -- 1989-
Free enterprise -- Japan.
Consumption (Economics) -- Japan.
Globalization -- Economic aspects -- Japan.
Corporations, Foreign -- Japan.
Japan -- Foreign economic relations.
Competition, Unfair -- Japan.
Globalization -- Economic aspects.
International economic relations.
Droit de la concurrence.
Relations économiques extérieures.
- "The book consists of three parts. The first part is a discussion of Japan's Old Economy, the institutions and policies that contributed to the country's phenomenal success, the frictions they caused with her citizens and trade partners, and the contribution of these frictions to the rise of the New Economy. The second part is a discussion of how Japan's New Economy has benefited world business and the current trends and opportunities. The third part is a discussion of a strategy that assists foreign companies to take advantage of Japan's New Economy."--Jacket.
- Economic dualism
Deregulation and competition
Business and political restructuring
Japan's market opens to world businesses
Trends and opportunities in Japan's market
Foreign affiliates in Japan
Adapt to the Japanese business conditions
Develop new products
Promote products aggressively
From the present to the future.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 209-232) and index.
- Other format:
- Online version: Mourdoukoutas, Panos. New, emerging Japanese economy.
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