The Political Economy of Japanese Globalization

By Glenn D. Hook; Hasegawa Harukiyo | Go to book overview

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8.1 Profitability of German industry, 1983-96 143
9.1 Extent of corporate reforms, by industrial sector 160
9.2 Composition of share ownership 162
9.3 Corporate structure of Sony Corporation, July 1999 166

Tables
5.1 Financial crisis's impact on the main economic dimensions of the NIES, ASEAN and China (1997-8) 96
5.2 Japan's balance of payment with the Asian region (1996-8) 99
5.3 Amount outstanding and proportion of loans provided by Japanese banks to other countries in 1997 100
5.4 Change in Japan's trade with the NIES, ASEAN and China (1998) 101
9.1 Management in Toyota Motor Manufacturing UK Ltd 154
9.2 Comparison of management styles in Daks 155
9.3 Management after the 'New Deal' 158
9.4 Changes in ownership of listed companies 163
9.5 Comparison of corporate governance between Japan and the US 165
11.1 Trends in the estimated number of overstayers, broken down by nationality (1990-9) 196-7
11.2 Trends in the number of registered foreigners, broken down by type of status of residence (1992-8) 200
11.3 Trends in the number of foreign residents who applied to have their status of residence changed from that of college student or pre-college student to a category permitting employment in Japan (1986-98) 202
12.1 Which rights do you deem necessary? 215

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