Japanese Business: Cultural Perspectives

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Subhash Durlabhji, Norton E. Marks, Scott Roach
SUNY Press, 1993/01/01 - 388 ページ
This book brings together the best writing on Japanese business in a comprehensive reader, illustrating the impact of Japanese culture and lifeways on all facets of business behavior. The authors examine not only Japanese management, but also production, accounting, marketing, distribution, law, and interpersonal relationships. Essays include analyses by businessmen, management scholars, anthropologists, and lawyers, all in one accessible volume for those concerned with Japanese business performance, the international business climate, and cooperative ventures between cultures and corporations.
 

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THE CULTURAL ENVIRONMENT OF JAPANESE
15
Japans Matrix of Nature Culture and Technology
31
The Influence of Confucianism and Zen on
57
COMMUNICATION AND INTERPERSONAL
77
The Vocabulary of Human Relationships in Japan
101
GiftGiving in a Modernizing Japan
109
An Ethnography of Dinner Entertainment in Japan
123
THE INSTITUTIONAL AND LEGAL
137
A Guide to Japanese Business Practices
221
Strategic Planning in Japan
239
Continuity and Change in Japanese Management
271
Market Research the Japanese Way
289
Problems and Changes
299
MANUFACTURING THE JAPANESE APPROACH
313
The Myth of the Cooperative Single Source
337
Another Hidden Edge
345

Work Rules in Japan
153
Learning and Working in Japan
169
Spiritual Education in a Japanese Bank
183
MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING IN JAPAN
215
Notes
353
Glossary and Index of Japanese Words and Phrases
371
Contributors
377
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著者について (1993)

Subhash Durlabhji is Associate Professor of Business at Northwestern State University.

Norton E. Marks is Professor of Marketing at California State University, San Bernadino.

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