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When Giants Converge Role Of Us Japan Direct Investment

Author : Dorothy B. Christelow
ISBN : 9781315485836
Genre : Business & Economics
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This text presents an analysis of how international direct investment since World War II has played an important role in the process by which industrial countries generate technology and productivity growth. It covers the complex relations between the US and Japan since 1945.
Category: Business & Economics

Area Bibliography Of Japan

Author : Ria Koopmans-de Bruijn
ISBN : 0810833743
Genre : History
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Provides a general overview of literature relating to Japan and covers a broad range of subject matter, from art, feminism, and linguistics, to corporate culture, history, and medicine. Includes books published since 1980 that are related to the geographical area of Japan and to Japanese culture within that area.
Category: History

Unwanted Company

Author : Jonathan Crystal
ISBN : 9781501723612
Genre : History
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In the last quarter century, the U.S. economy has been transformed by a large inflow of direct investment from abroad. Foreign companies, mainly from Europe and Japan, have built factories and acquired U.S. firms at an ever-increasing rate. Jonathan Crystal finds inconsistencies in how American businesses have responded to this globalization of production. U.S. firms, especially multinationals, have conflicting interests regarding investment protection, Crystal shows. Many American firms, under siege from overseas competitors, have already expended considerable energy in obtaining trade protection, but they are competing not only with foreign imports but also with locally established foreign-owned firms. American businesses may favor stricter regulation of foreign companies that threaten their bottom line, but they also consider their own interests as global investors subject to retaliatory protection in other countries. Restrictions on "foreign" investment, it seems, are not so attractive when they are imposed by other countries. Unwanted Company examines the different ways in which important U.S. industries (including semiconductors, automobiles, steel, consumer electronics, telecommunications, and airlines) reacted to this new challenge. It focuses on the political responses of U.S.-owned firms to how Washington ought to regulate foreign direct investment and how it ought to treat foreign-owned firms in the United States. Some industries welcomed (or at least didn't oppose) foreign investment, whereas others sought restrictive and discriminatory policies. Crystal demonstrates how the nature of the domestic political environment shapes the translation of economic interests into policy preferences.
Category: History

Bibliographie Mensuelle

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ISBN : UIUC:30112119967435
Genre : International relations
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Category: International relations

International Labour Documentation

Author : International Labour Office. Central Library and Documentation Branch
ISBN : UCSD:31822023320096
Genre : Labor
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Category: Labor