Japanese Multinationals in Asia: Regional Operations in Comparative PerspectiveEncarnation, Dennis J.
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, USA, 1999.
ISBN: 0195353013 ISBN13: 9780195353013 DDC: 338.8895205 Edition: (electronic bk.)
Summary:List of Contributors. List of Figures. List of Tables. Preface. I.
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Flows. 1. The Origins and Evolution
of Japanese Direct Investment in East Asia, Mark Mason. 2. Asia and
the Global Operations of Multinational Corporations, Dennis
Encarnation. II. FDI and Trade Flows. 3. Foreign Direct Investment
Abroad and Manufacturing Trade: Empirical Results Based on Japanese
and U.S. Data, Edward Graham. 4. Do Multinationals Shift Production
in Response to Exchange Rate Changes? Do Their Responses Vary by
Nationality?, Subramanian Rangan. III. FDI and Technology Flows. 5.
Notes:Contents; Contributors; 1 Introduction: Japanese Multinationals in
Asia; Part I: Foreign Direct Investment Flows; 2 The Origins and
Evolution of Japanese Direct Investment in East Asia; 3 Asia and the
Global Operations of Multinational Corporations; Part II: Foreign
Direct Investment and Trade Flows; 4 Foreign Direct Investment
Outflows and Manufacturing Trade: A Comparison of Japan and the
United States; 5 Do Multinationals Shift Production in Response to
Exchange Rate Changes? Evidence from 1977 to 1993; Part III: Foreign
Direct Investment and Technology Flows.
6 Intrafirm Technology Transfer by Japanese Multinationals in Asia7
Do Japanese Business Practices Travel Well? Managerial Technology
Transfer to Thailand; Part IV: Production Networks: Foreign Direct
Investment, Trade, and Technology Flows Combined; 8 The Business
Strategies of Japanese Production Networks in Asia; 9 Exploiting Asia
to Beat Japan: Production Networks and the Comeback of U.S.
Electronics; Part V: Home-Economy and Host-Eco.
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