eBook Encyclopaedia of Japanese Business and Management, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1134657625
  • ISBN-13: 9781134657629
  • DDC: 650.0952
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 528 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2001 | Published/Released February 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2001
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The Encyclopedia of Japanese Business and Management is the definitive reference source for the exploration of Japanese business and management. Reflecting the multidisciplinary nature of this field, the Encyclopedia consolidates and contextualises the leading research and knowledge about the Japanese business system and Japanese management thought and practice. It will be welcomed by scholar and student alike as an essential resource for teaching, an invaluable companion to independent study, and a solid starting point for wider exploration.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Contributors.
Acknowledgements.
Introduction.
How to Use this Book.
Thematic Entry List.
1: Abegglen, James C..
2: Accounting in Japan.
3: Administrative Guidance.
4: Advertising.
5: After-Sales Pricing.
6: Agricultural Cooperatives.
7: Agricultural Policy.
8: Airline Industry.
9: Ajinomoto.
10: Akihabara.
11: Allowances and Non-Salary Compensation.
12: Amakudari.
13: American Occupation.
14: Appraisal Systems.
15: Appreciating Yen.
16: Arabian Oil.
17: Automotive Industry.
18: Bad Debt.
19: Bank of Japan.
20: Bank of Tokyo.
21: Banking Act of 1982.
22: Banking Crises.
23: Banking Industry.
24: Bankruptcies.
25: Banto.
26: Bottom-Up Decision-Making Processes.
27: Bubble Economy.
28: Buddhism.
29: Burakumin.
30: Business Ethics.
31: Canon.
32: Capital Markets.
33: cartels.
34: Central Union of Agricultural Cooperatives.
35: Central Wholesale Markets.
36: Chugen.
37: City Banks.
38: Cole, Robert.
39: Commercial Code.
40: Competition.
41: Computer Industry.
42: Construction Industry.
43: Consumer Movement.
44: Consumption Tax.
45: Contract Employees.
46: Contracts.
47: Corporate Finance.
48: Corporate Governance.
49: Creative Houses.
50: Cross-Shareholdings.
51: Daiei.
52: Daihyoken.
53: Daiichi Kangyo Bank.
54: Dango.
55: Debt/Equity Ratios.
56: Deming, W. Edwards.
57: Dentsu.
58: Department Stores.
59: Depressed Industries.
60: Depressed Industries Law (1978).
61: Deregulation.
62: Discounters.
63: Distribution System.
64: Dodge, Joseph M..
65: Dokoh, Toshio.
66: Dollar Shock.
67: Dore, Ronald.
68: Dual Structure Theory.
69: E-Commerce.
70: Economic Crisis in Asia.
71: Economic Growth.
72: Economic Ideology.
73: Education System.
74: Electronics Industry.
75: Enterprise Unions.
76: Environmental and Ecological Issues.
77: Environmental Regulations.
78: Export and Import of Technology.
79: Export-Import Bank of Japan.
80: Fair Trade Commission.
81: Firm Strategies for Technology.
82: 5S Campaign.
83: Foreign Aid.
84: Foreign Companies in Japan.
85: Foreign Workers.
86: Fuji Photo Film.
87: Fukuzawa, Yukichi.
88: Genba-Shugi.
89: General Trading Companies.
90: Geography.
91: Giri.
92: Guilds.
93: Habatsu.
94: Hayakawa, Tokuji.
95: Heisei Boom.
96: History of the Labor Movement.
97: Honda Motor.
98: Honda, Soiehiro.
99: Human Relations Management.
100: Ie.
101: Ikeda, Hayato.
102: Inamori, Kazuo.
103: Income Doubling Plan.
104: Industrial Efficiency Movement.
105: Industrial Groups (Keiretsu).
106: Industrial Policy.
107: Industrial Regions.
108: Industry and Trade Associations.
109: Internal Labour Markets.
110: Ishikawa, Kaoru.
111: ISO Issues.
112: Ito-Yokado.
113: ITOCHU.
114: Iwasaki, Yataro.
115: Izanagi Boom.
116: Japan Airlines.
117: Japan Association of Corporate Executives.
118: Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association.
119: Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
120: Japan Development Bank.
121: Japan External Trade Organization.
122: Japan Federation of Economic Organizations.
123: Japan Federation of Employers’ Associations.
124: Japan, Inc..
125: Japan National Railways.
126: Japan Productivity Center for Socio-Economic Development.
127: Japanese Business in Africa.
128: Japanese Business in Australia.
129: Japanese Business in Canada.
130: Japanese Business in China.
131: Japanese Business in Germany.
132: Japanese Business in Italy.
133: Japanese Business in Korea and Taiwan.
134: Japanese Business in Latin America.
135: Japanese Business in Mexico.
136: Japanese Business in Southeast Asia.
137: Japanese Business in the Middle East.
138: Japanese Business in the UK.
139: Japanese Business in the USA.
140: Japanese Industrial Standards.
141: Japanese Investment Patterns.
142: Japanese Multinational Enterprises.
143: Johnson, Chalmers.
144: Joint Stock Corporation.
145: Joint Ventures.
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