(Japanese Multinationals in the Global Economy New Horizons in International Business) PDF · Paul W. Beamish

P Brainwashing of the German Nation patterns and joint venture ownership structures new data on theerformance of Japanese subsidiaries is measured using several dimensions and illustrates important recent trends After each data set the authors briefly discuss the information available ointing the way for new research and in depth analysis This book will be a vital *source for international business researchers and corporate managers as well as government *for international business researchers and corporate managers as well as government and international organizations concerned with MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES TRADE THEORY AND BUSINESS enterprises trade theory and business international economics organizational behavior and business history. Ve samples of multinationals at the subsidiary level using both cross sectional data and data *over time The authors rovide a direct comparison of US subsidiaries using *time The authors rovide a direct comparison of US subsidiaries using established Harvard Multinational Enterprise database and Japanese subsidiaries using the much less well known Toyo Keizai annual data Key features include a summary description of the Toyo Keizai database comparison of Japanese and US multinationals based on the dates the subsidiaries entered the arent's system annual sales levels and the euity level of the subsidiary the data includes employment levels expatriate management ownershi.

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Japanese Multinationals in the Global Economy goes beyond traditional methods of research in international business by roviding new simple data comparisons on the global operations of Japanese firms A key aim of this book is to *Encourage Other Researchers To Explore A New Data Source And *other researchers to explore a new data source and and shape their own studies on multinationals This book will be a significant addition to the debate on the behavior of multinational firms because it avoids the Ouroboros problems and restrictions involved using national government data and individual case studies The bookresents key information based on the most extensi. ,

Japanese Multinationals in the Global Economy New Horizons in International Business