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1 Author, No Japan in Thailand / edited by Kunio Yoshihara.
Kyoto University 9839672002 / 9789839672008 Hardcover Near Fine 
Contains the proceedings of the seminar on "Thai-Japanese Relations", held in Kyoto on October 20 and 21, 1989. 
Price: 1000.00 JPY
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2 Author, No Kinjo the Corporate Bouncer: And Other Stories from Japanese Business
Weatherhill 1993 0834802546 / 9780834802544 Paperback Near Fine 
Kinjo the Corporate Bouncer: And Other Stories from Japanese Business 
Price: 600.00 JPY
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Second to None, Christopher, Robert
3 Christopher, Robert Second to None
Ballantine Books 1987 0449902730 / 9780449902738 Paperback Very Good+ 
Second to None: American Companies in Japan 
Price: 650.00 JPY
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4 Christopher, Robert Second to None American Companies In Jap
Tuttle+publishing 0804815402 / 9780804815406 Paperback Near Fine 

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5 Clark, Tim Saying Yes to Japan: How Outsiders are Reviving a Trillion Dollar Services Market
Vertical 2005 1932234187 / 9781932234183 Paperback Good 
Saying Yes to Japan examines the history and future of Japan's service sect or, exposing structural shortcomings and offering innovative ways to take a dvantage of the trillion dollar hole in the nation's domestic economy. Reve aling analyses of the real estate, finance, health care, and information te chnology industries are coupled with up-close profiles of entrepreneurs fro m around the world who successfully use their "outsider" perspectives to an swer surprisingly underserved customer needs. 
Price: 500.00 JPY
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Unlocking Japan's Markets, Czinkota, Michael
6 Czinkota, Michael Unlocking Japan's Markets
Tuttle Publishing 1993 0804818991 / 9780804818995 Paperback Very Good 
The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. 
Price: 900.00 JPY
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7 Dowling, Peter Japan's Big Bang:How Japan Change for the Better Comparing Japan with the U SA and the UK Who's Who Among Foreign Financial Compa
Matsuo Kuwagata 1998 4877350268 / 9784877350260 Paperback Very Good+ 
A crisp clean softcover, no markings throughout. 
Price: 500.00 JPY
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8 Dunung, Sanjyot P. Doing Business in Asia: The Complete Guide
Jossey-Bass 1995 0029077613 / 9780029077610 Hardcover Very Good/Very Good 
Dunung, president of her own international development and training firm, o ffers yet another addition to the rapidly growing "Doing Business in..." ge nre that compares favorably with other works, namely, David L. James's Doin g Business in Asia: A Guide to Success in the World's Most Dynamic Market ( Betterway Bks., 1993). Dunung covers twice as many countries and gives more information. For each country there is a section on geography, history, po litical structure, economy, social customs, work schedules, making contacts , corporate structure, negotiating, conducting business in a social setting , useful phrases, major holidays, helpful telephone numbers and addresses, and a map. This guide explains such things as why bribery is accepted in th e Philippines but not in Brunei and why one never offers a clock as a gift in China. The appendix gives brief passages on Asia's major religions, a fa cet of foreign cultures often overlooked by other works of this type. An af fordable alternative for small businesses and libraries alike; recommended for all business collections. 
Price: 1350.00 JPY
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9 Emmott, Bill SUN ALSO SETS
Crown 1989 0812918169 / 9780812918168 1st Edition Hardcover VF/F 
Tight clean copy, protected in a brodart wrapper;Recent books have warned o f American vulnerability to Japan's economic prowess, for instance, Douglas Frantz and Catherine Collins's Selling Out: How We Are Letting Japan Buy O ur Land, Our Financial Institutions and Our Future . Emmott, formerly the T okyo correspondent for the London Economist , here reviews the economic and political arguments in a readable and balanced way. He concludes that pres ent Japanese strength is short-term, and that consumerism in the rising gen eration can only rise. 
Price: 1700.00 JPY
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10 Farrell, William R. Crisis and Opportunity in a Changing Japan
Quorum Books 1999 1567202950 / 9781567202953 1st Edition Hardcover Fine/Fine 
A wonderful tight clean copy, protected in a new brodart wrapper, no inscri ptions, unclipped dustjacket, this is not an Ex-Lib or a BCE/BOMC edition . With the bursting of the econmic "bubble" in the early 1990's Japan's public and private sectors have undergone dramatic change. William Farrell analyzes the economic superpower's turmoil in the political, bureaucratic and business arenas and offers a candid look at opportunities and strategies now open to U.S. business in Japan. A practical compendium of useful and up-to-date information, this book cuts through the stereotypical fog and is a valuable resource for business people, policy makers, and academics. 
Price: 5000.00 JPY
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The Reckoning, Halberstam, David
11 Halberstam, David The Reckoning
Bantam Books Ltd 1988 0553175521 / 9780553175523 Paperback Good 
In his usual style, David Halberstam explores the American economy by choos ing two companies--this time, Ford and Nissan--and telling their stories fr om the founders and owners to the assembly workers. 
Price: 450.00 JPY
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Built by Japan: Competitive Strategies of the Japanese Construction Industr y, Hasegawa, Fumio
12 Hasegawa, Fumio Built by Japan: Competitive Strategies of the Japanese Construction Industr y
Wiley-Interscience 1988 0471632546 / 9780471632542 Hardcover Very Good 

Price: 500.00 JPY
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13 Inohara, Hideo Human Resource Development in Japanese Companies
Quality Resources 1990 9283311140 / 9789283311140 Paperback Very Good 

Price: 1300.00 JPY
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Gaishi, the Foreign Company in Japan, Kang, T. W.
14 Kang, T. W. Gaishi, the Foreign Company in Japan
Basic Books 1992 0465026613 / 9780465026616 Paperback Very Good 
The author of this book is Korean, born in Japan and was educated at the Ha rvard Business School. He is, therefore, in a position to offer objective i nformation and advice to Western firms operating in Japan. Competing in the Japanese market and competing globally against the Japanese are two sides of the same coin, argues the author, and being successful in both aspects r equires the understanding of "cultural impediments". The author explains wh at these impediments are, dealing with everything from culture, to such pra ctical problems as hiring, training, partnering, launching products and pub lic relations. 
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15 Kuboi, Takashi Business Practices and Taxation in Japan (Ninth Edition)
The Japan Times 4789010740 / 9784789010740 Hardcover Near Fine/Near Fine 
A crisp clean hardcover, no markings throughout, NOT an ex-lib edition.(Nin th Edition) 
Price: 5000.00 JPY
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16 March, Robert M. Japanese Negotiator: Sublety and Strategy Beyond Western Logic
Kodansha International (JPN) 1991 4770014627 / 9784770014627 Paperback Very Good 
This text explains negotiating tactics among the Japanese and provides case studies and practical advice that aims to give the Western executive the e dge. 
Price: 500.00 JPY
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Cracking the Japanese Market: Strategies for Success in the New Global Econ omy, Morgan, James
17 Morgan, James Cracking the Japanese Market: Strategies for Success in the New Global Econ omy
Free Press 2007 1416573550 / 9781416573555 Paperback Very Good 
Global business today is played by new rules -- many of which are being wri tten by the Japanese and their remarkably successful companies. Because the Japanese are redefining business as we know it, Western companies expectin g to profit from the new global marketplace must first learn to compete and succeed against the Japanese in Japan. James C. Morgan, Chairman of Applied Materials, Inc., the leading supplier of advanced processing equipment to the worldwide semiconductor industry which does about forty percent of its business in Japan, and J. Jeffrey Morgan, who has worked in Tokyo on the "inside" at Mitsui & Co., Japan's oldest trading conglomerate, contend that apathy and ignorance have prevented many Western companies from capitalizing on the enormous opportunities for business in Japan. In this brilliant examination of Japanese markets, companies, and business practices -- with special emphasis on the establishment of Applied Materials Japan -- the Morgans, father and son, assert that success in the world of Japanese business is determined by two factors: technology and relationships. Candidly discussing their own mistakes and failures as well as their triumphs, the authors provide invaluable insights into the specific challenges facing Western companies in establishing a presence in Japan: problems in financing the venture, product design and production, marketing and distribution, and most important, creating long-term relationships or "putting on a Japanese face." The extraordinary success of Applied Materials Japan -- hailed by George Bush on the campaign trail in 1988 as "a model for all America" -- is testimo 
Price: 2000.00 JPY
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18 Okimoto, Daniel I. Between Miti and the Market: Japanese Industrial Policy for High Technology
Stanford University Press 1989 0804712980 / 9780804712989 Hardcover Very Good/Very Good 
Between MITI and the Market: Japanese Industrial Policy for High Technology 
Price: 2200.00 JPY
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19 Oppenheim,Phillip The New Masters
Random House UK Distribution 1990 0091746930 / 9780091746933 Hardcover Very Good/Very Good 
A wonderful tight clean copy, protected in a new brodart wrapper, no inscri ptions, unclipped dustjacket, this is not an Ex-Lib or a BCE/BOMC edition. This is an analysis of the causes of Japan's post-war industrial supremacy. It examines the West's reluctance to acknowledge this and claims that underhand practices and cultural differences are attributed to Japan's success. Because of this, the West does not see Japan as a model to studied or emulated and thus misses out on the opportunity to learn from Japan's success. The author puts forward the view that by discarding prejudices, the West will be able to reform and meet the Japanese challenge. 
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Extreme Toyota: Radical Contradictions That Drive Success at the World's Be st Manufacturer, Osono, Emi
20 Osono, Emi Extreme Toyota: Radical Contradictions That Drive Success at the World's Be st Manufacturer
Wiley 2008 0470267623 / 9780470267622 Hardcover Fine/Fine 
Extreme Toyota offers the first real, comprehensive inside look at what mak es one of the world?s best companies run. With unprecedented access to the inner working of Toyota, the authors spent six years researching the compan y, interviewing hundreds of executives and employees, and discovering the c ompany's secret of success. What they uncovered will surprise you and chang e the way you think about business. Simultaneously rigidly traditional and seriously innovative, it is precisely those internal contradictions that ma ke the company so successful and admired. 
Price: 600.00 JPY
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