Japan's High Technology Industries: Lessons and Limitations of Industrial Policy

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Index
Administrative guidance (gyosei-shidō), 76-78, 183, 197
Aggregate demand management, 4
Agricultural Chemicals Law, 103
Agriculture, 16, 18, 104, 105. See also Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries
Airplane industry, 22, 105; U.S., 26
AIST (Agency for Industrial Science and Technology), 62
Akita University, 156
Aluminum industry, 18, 25
American Semiconductor Industry Association, 119
American Tobacco Co. v. U.S., 175
Antimonopoly Act (Japan), 194-98
Antirecession cartels, 141
Antitrust Guide Concerning Research Joint Ventures (U.S.), 179
Antitrust policies: Japan, 57, 73, 144, 183, 195; "Oil Cartel" case, 195, 197; U.S., 57, 99, 172-82, 252-53; U.S. and Japan compared, 198. See also Clayton Act.
Artificial intelligence, 35, 66, 67
AT&T, 37, 57, 99, 160, 198, 199
Automobile industry, 16, 18, 22; U.S., 30
Baiotekunoroji sangyō chōki bishon sakuei iinkai (Biotechnology Industry Long- term Vision Discussion Group), 100
Baiotekunoroji shinkō shitsu (Office of Biotechnology Promotion), 100
Baldridge, Malcolm, U.S. Secretary of Commerce, 31
Banking industry, 45, 49; U.S., 117-18, 120
Bell Laboratories, 35, 57, 66, 99
Berkey Photo, Inc. v. Eastman Kodak Co., 174
Bicycle racing, 65
Biomass, 107, 149
Biotechnology, 97-135, 147-52; Industry Long-term Vision Discussion Group, 100; LDP Diet members' caucus, 100
Blount Mfg. Co. v. Yale and Towne Mfg. Co., 177
Boston Consulting Group, 48
Boyer, Herbert, 99
Bretton Woods Agreement. See IMF- GATT system
Business federations, 45
Capital: allocation in Japan, 40, 60-66, 116-18, 258; equity financing, 122-29; foreign, in Japan, 85. See also Tax policy, Venture capital
CATV (cable television), 155, 160-63
Chemical industry, 53, 148
Clayton Act, 172, 175-76, 181, 195
CMOS/SOS technology, 75
Coal mining, 18, 24
Cohen, Stanley, 99
Committee on Life Sciences, 99
Communications industry, 137. See also Telecommunications
Communications Lab, 56
Computers, 12, 16, 35, 36, 50, 56, 67, 142; the 3.75 Series Computer Development project, 51, 54, 62; Fifth Generation, 35, 52, 54, 60, 64, 66, 186, 188; Fourth Generation, 63, 64, 188; Next Generation, 64, 186; Sixth Generation, 52; super high performance computer project (MITI), 185; Third Generation, 188. See also Semiconductors, VLSI
Cooperative Automotive Research Program (U.S.), 178
Declining industries, 24-25, 29, 139
Defense Agency (Japan), 80, 82
Denki shikenjō (Electrical Laboratory), 56
Denki tsūshin kenyūjō (Electrical Communications Research Laboratory), 56
Diamond v. Chakrabarty (1980), 99
Diet (Japanese legislature), 42, 77, 100, 103, 142
DNA, 98, 104, 128, 149
DuPont, 120
Economic Summit (1983), 97
Edison, Thomas, 216
Education, 5, 91; in Japan, 125, 126, 250. See also Ministry of Education
Electrical Communications Research Laboratory, 56

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