Global Business

Global Business

 
The Financial Behavior of Japanese Corporations Ballon, Robert | Tomita, Iwao Kodansha International , 1989 Global Business

The Japanese government has long played a central role in fostering industrial development, seeing it as essential to Japan's prosperity and national strength. Corporate objectives are focused on market share and...

 
 
The Eagle and the Rising Sun Emmerson, John K. | Holland, Harrison M. Addison-Wesley , 1989 Global Business

The authors trace the history of relations between the two countries, beginning with the series of efforts by the United States to open Japan to trade, which finally succeeded in 1854. The two countries moved closer...

 
 
Is Korea the Next Japan? Kang, T. W. The Free Press , 1989 Global Business

Korea and Japan have many things in common: the same Oriental heritage, many traditional values, and a lack of useful land and natural resources. These characteristics make them more like each other than either beign...

 
 
The Silent War Magazines, Ira C. | Patinkin, Mark Random House , 1989 Global Business

We no longer control our economic destiny. Decisions being made in Japan and Germany have begun to determine what jobs Americans will have next year, and the living standards of our children in the 21st century. There...

 
 
Japan Without Blinders Oppenheim, Phillip Kodansha International , 1992 Global Business

A refutation of complacent Western assumptions about Japan’s economy and trading practices. This antidote to the panic and propaganda of "Japan-bashers" reveals the truth about Western approaches and provides...

 
 
Global Corporate Alliances and the Competitive Edge Starr, Martin K.1,2 Quorum Books , 1992 Economics & Finance, Global Business

Present-day companies are under great pressure to adapt to the evolving competitive scenarios. In Global, Starr addresses former successful firms that must now address the problems of growing old and slowing down in a...

 
 
Business Across Cultures Trompenaars, Fons | Woolliams, Peter Capstone Wiley Publishing Ltd. , 2004 Diversity, Global Business

In a global economy, contemplation of culture is neither new nor unusual. In fact, it is crucial for a successful business venture. Often, when company executives seek to break into the international market or form...

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Beyond Globalism Vernon, Raymond | Spar, Debora L. The Free Press , 1989 Economics & Finance, Global Business

The increasingly global economy leaves governments with little room for unilateral action, and little choice but to pursue accommodation and cooperation. U.S. policy is still adapting to this new world, and...

 
 
Coming to Public Judgment Yankelovich, Daniel Syracuse University Press , 1991 Global Business

Quality judgments are commonplace in America-standards of excellence exist for everything from surgery to movies. Despite the fact that Americans hold opinions on almost every subject, whether they know anything about...

 
 
The House of Nomura Alletzhauser, Albert J. Little, Brown & Company , 1990 Economics & Finance, Global Business

Alletzhauser produces a skillful re-creation of dramatic conflicts that the Nomura story represents: Nomura versus fate, society, and situation, as well as the conflicts experienced by the majorplayers with themselves...

 
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