State Power and Multinational Oil Corporations: The Political Economy of Market Intervention in Canada and Japan
Mito, Takamichi, Sakurada, Daizo, International Journal
Fukuoka: Kyushu University Press, 2001, 293pp, Yen 8,000, ISBN 4-87378-659-2
Ever since 1973, Japan has been Canada's second largest trading partner after the United States. Despite Japan's importance for Canada, not much has been written in either English or Japanese about Canada-Japan relations, especially in the form of rigorous comparative studies. The most obvious exception is Michael Fry, et al, The North Pacific Triangle: The United States, Japan, and Canada at Century's End (University of Toronto Press 1998), which deals extensively with Canada-United States and Japan-United States dyads and thereby describes various aspects of the …
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Publication information: Article title: State Power and Multinational Oil Corporations: The Political Economy of Market Intervention in Canada and Japan. Contributors: Mito, Takamichi - Author, Sakurada, Daizo - Author. Journal title: International Journal. Volume: 58. Issue: 1 Publication date: Winter 2003. Page number: 219. © Canadian Institute of International Affairs Fall 1997. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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