3 edition of Restructuring Japanese Business for Growth: found in the catalog.
December 31, 1999 by Springer .
Written in English
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The causes of the weakness in business investment are examined in more detail in "Explaining the Slump in Japanese Business Investment," by Ramana Ramaswamy. The chapter considers a wide range of possible explanations, including overinvestment over the bubble period caused by weak corporate governance, the impact of the debt overhang after the. External growth occurs when a business purchases the existing assets of another entity through a merger. You are often required to appraise the suitability of a potential merger as well as participate in negotiations. Besides the growth aspect, File Size: 1MB. Japan limped into the twenty-first century with an economy in deep malaise. Following the collapse of the Tokyo stock and real estate markets that began in , the Japanese economy failed to regain its stride, languishing at near-zero growth for a decade and a half.
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Restructuring Japanese Business for Growth consists of eighteen previously unpublished invited chapters by experts on Japanese business. It will attract both commercial and academic interest. Japanese business can be expected to continue to be of great importance in global and Asian economics, especially as the Japanese economy is the dominant economy in Asia, being.
Restructuring Japanese Business for Growth consists of eighteen previously unpublished invited chapters by experts on Japanese business. Restructuring Japanese Business for Growth: book It will attract both commercial and academic interest. Japanese business can be expected to continue to Restructuring Japanese Business for Growth: book of great importance in global and Asian economics, especially as the Japanese economy is the dominant economy in Asia, being Format: Hardcover.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxii, Restructuring Japanese Business for Growth: book ; 25 cm: Contents: Introduction: the challenge of post-bubble Japanese business growth / Raj Aggarwal --The emerging nature of post-bubble Japanese business: policies for continuing economics growth into the new millennium / Raj Aggarwal --Education and competitiveness of.
Book Description. In this study the views of Japan's leading experts on the globalization of Japanese business, management and industrial relations explain how traditional Japanese-style management is responding to the changes following the collapse of the bubble economy.
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Restructuring for Low Growth and Globalisation. Japanese Business Management book. Restructuring for Low Growth and Globalisation. Edited By Harukiyo Hasegawa, Glenn D. Hook. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 1 November Pub. location by: increased foreign penetration of Japanese business.
Thus, Japanese business still seems to be a mystery wrapped in an enigma. Consequently, there is a great need for a book that helps us better understand Japanese business as the Japanese economy faces significant changes in its recovery from its deepest post-war recession.
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This chapter documents changes in business groups in Korea after the crisis. When the financial crisis hit Korea, thirteen of the top thirty chaebols went technically bankrupt. This chapter argues that although the Korean government did abolish intra-group debt guarantee practices, its heavy-handed approach to forcing chaebols to swap businesses so that each chaebol would focus Author: Sea-Jin Chang.
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The transformation of the Japanese motor vehicle industry and its role in the world: industrial restructuring and technical evolution By Yasuo Miyakawa This chapter examines the growth and transformation of the Japanese motor vehicle industry, focusing on its restructuring, and on the rapid development of technology and manufacturing know-hows Author: Yasuo Miyakawa.
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Therefore, it undertook a restructuring exercise and adopted a product-based structure. Introduction. In East Asia, business groups such as the keiretsu in Japan, the chaebols in Korea, and the business houses in India play important roles in each country's economic growth under strictly regulated market environments as compared to arm's length economy.
These groups of firms account for major portions of the total market capitalizations and significant Cited by: 6. Downloadable. This paper is an overview of the business restructuring—the entry into new businesses and the exit from unprofitable ones—of Japanese firms and its relationship with the corporate governance system.
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The key issue that will define the business environment in will be a massive restructuring of the global economy and of its main actors.
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For Japanese electricity companies including Tokyo Electric Power Company to be freed from the domestic constraints, including the compensation payments issue, it is necessary that the industry should be unbundled, in order to allow these companies aggressively to expand their business in growing markets, while the opportunity by: 4.
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Housing people is one of the most important businesses in the world. The value of global housing reached a record high of slightly more than $90 trillion in ¹ In the United States, residential investment averages roughly 5 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), while housing services average between 12 and 13 percent, for a combined 17 to 18 percent of GDP.² In other big.
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