The Resilience of Corporate Japan

The Resilience of Corporate Japan

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This book examines how Japanese industry has adapted and revitalized itself during and after the long post-Bubble recession of 1991-94. Through their combination of economic overviews, industry studies and workplace observations, the authors provide a depth of information both on the competitive challenges and employee conditions of Japanese companies. The current performance of Japanese industry is compared with the revived American dynamism, ending up in a critical question: What is the future for European industry ?In Malaysia, Sharp produces 3 million TV sets per year, at the largest plant in the country, much bigger than ... THE PROBLEMS OF PRESERVING EMPLOYMENT IN JAPAN In the 1980s, this internationalisation proceeded smoothly.

Title:The Resilience of Corporate Japan
Author:Christian Berggren, Masami Nomura
Publisher:SAGE - 1997


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