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  • Author:
    Kozo Yamamura,Walter Hatch
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    0521565154
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    978-0521565158
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    Cambridge University Press; First Edition edition (June 28, 1996)
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    298 pages
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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 26 March 2010. Export citation Request permission. Recommend this journal. The Journal of Asian Studies.

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Japan has a growing presence throughout the Asian region, and Walter Hatch and Kozo Yamamura find that many standard Japanese business . This book is an incisive analysis of Japan's deepening economic presence in Asia.

Japan has a growing presence throughout the Asian region, and Walter Hatch and Kozo Yamamura find that many standard Japanese business practices have been transplanted. Central to this argument is the concept of cooperation between industry and government, labor and management, and even independent firms belonging to the same keiretsu (enterprise group). This cooperation allows a complex web of quasi-integrated vertical production networks to develop. The book shows that such strategic control of technology is a unique model of globalization.

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Robert E. Weigand, "Walter Hatch and Kozo Yamamura, Asia in Japan's Embrace: Building a Regional Production Alliance," Economic Development and Cultural Change 46, no. 4 (July 1998): 871-876. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. Foreign Aid, Institutions, and Governance in SubSaharan Africa. Bräutigam et al. Payment Mechanisms and Antipoverty Programs: Evidence from a Mobile Money Cash Transfer Experiment in Niger.

Comprehensive and controversial, this book critically examines Japan's economic presence in Asia. Cambridge Asia-Pacific Studies. Asia in Japan's Embrace: Building a Regional Production Alliance. Cambridge University Press.

Kozo Yamamura's scientific contributions. Publications (4).

Colby College Government Department and Oak Institute for Human Rights. Waterville, ME 04901 Tel: (207) 859-5305 Fax: (207) 859-5229. Asia in Japan’s Embrace: Building a Regional Production Alliance, Cambridge University Press, 1996 (with Kozo Yamamura). Publications (Book Chapters). Publications (Journal Articles). Launching a New Kind of Journal in Japan: Retrospective, Social Science Japan Journal, April 2016.

Looking at Japan’s Asia policy, particularly on its participation in the making of the Asia Pacific Economic . Walter Hatch and Kozo Yamamura, Asia in Japan’s Embrace: Building a Regional Production Alliance (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996), 2. oogle Scholar.

Looking at Japan’s Asia policy, particularly on its participation in the making of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), one may question Kent Calder’s criticism that Japan’s foreign policy is largely reactive and often backs down when foreign pressure is exerted. Long before 1989, the year the first ministerial meeting of APEC was held, Japan, like other countries, had already initiated various plans to promote economic cooperation in the region.

This book is an incisive analysis of Japan's deepening economic presence in Asia.

book by Walter Hatch. The authors argue that Japanese business and government elites are working together to build an expanded-and potentially zone. They show how a complex web of production networks develop and that such strategic control of technology is a unique model of globalization.

This book is an incisive analysis of Japan's deepening economic presence in Asia. The authors argue that Japanese business and government elites are working together to build an expanded--and potentially exclusive--production zone. They show how a complex web of production networks develop and that such strategic control of technology is a unique model of globalization. Asia in Japan's Embrace is highly accessible, up to date, comprehensive and controversial, outlining the policy implications of the Japan-Asia alliance and its impact on global trade.