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99: Non-Performing Assets of Banks and Financial Intermediation: Experiences of Japan in the Inter-War Period
Munehisa Kasuya
98: Japanese Supplier Relations: A Comparative Perspective Downloads
Kenji Kojima
97: Note on the Paradigm Shift in Natural Resource Management in the USA
Akira Kajiwara
96: Policy Analysis of Estate Tax Exemption Reform Related to Conservation of Timber Resources in USA
Akira Kajiwara
95: A Second Elementary Proposition Concerning: The Formation of Customs Unions
Murray Kemp and Koji Shimomura
94: Note on the Stability of Long-Run Money Demand: Is the Interest Elasticity Really Constant?
Ryuzo Miyao
93: Structural Changes of the Financial System and Corporate Governance in Japan
Kenji Kojima
92: Japanse Corporate Governance in Transition
Kenji Kojima
91: Shifts in the Japanese Corporate Governance
Kenji Kojima
90: Overcoming a Standard Bearer: Challenges to NEC's Personal Computer in Japan
David Thomas Methe
9: Bridgeston's Overseas Operations in Southeast Asia
Hikoji Katano
89: A Tale of Two PC Industries: Technology, Environment and Managerial Action In Shaping the Japanese and US Personal Computer Industry
David Thomas Methe
88: The Kemp-Wan Proposition under Increasing Returns to Scale and Oligopolistic Competition
Murray Kemp and Koji Shimomura
87: Chaotic Equilibria in a Small Open Overlapping Generations Economy with Child-Parent Externality
Kazuo Nishimura and Koji Shimomura
86: Foreign Direct Investment, Technological Capabilities and Performance in the Chinese Pharmaceutical Industry
Steven White, Hideki Yoshihara and Xielin Liu
85: Organizational Dynamics and Strcuture in the Chinese Pharmaceutical Industry: A Technological System Perspective
Steven White
84: Imperfect Substitutes and Trade Policy under Cournot Duopoly
Seiichi Katayama and Hiroshi Ohta
83: Alternative Transition Trajectories for Complementary Asset Markets in China's Pharmaceutical Industry
Steven White and Xielin Liu
82: Factor Income Function and Oligopolistic Heckscher-Ohlin Model in Internationl Trade
Koji Shimomura
81: Long-Term Commitment in Japanese Vertical relations
Kenji Kojima
80: Education, Moral Hazard, and Endogenous Growth
Ngo Long and Koji Shimomura
8: Ownership of Japanese Joint Venture and Technology Transfer
Hikoji Katano
79: Adaptive Capacity: Linking New Know-How to Innovation and Financial Performance in Late-Follower Firms
Steven White
78: Sustainability in Small Open Economies Under Uncertainty
Seiichi Katayama and Hiroshi Ohta
77: Trade Gains in Chaotic Equilibrium
Murray Kemp and Koji Shimomura
76: Regional Economic Integration and Agricultural Trade
Junichi Goto
75: Ttechnology Acquisition Choices by State-Owned Entreprises in Transition Economies
Steven White
74: Japanese Financial Relationships in Transition
Kenji Kojima
73: The influence of New 3-D CAD Systems on Knowledge Creation in Product Development
Kentaro Nobeoka and Yasunori Baba
72: Supplier Relation in Japan: An International Perspective
Kenji Kojima
71: A Geometric Approach to the Stolper-Samuelson Theorem
Koji Shimomura
70: In-between Management of NIEs Multinational Firms: Taiwanese Firms in Malaysia
Hideki Yoshihara
7: Change in Share of Ownership and Technology Transfer
Hikoji Katano
69: Top Management Localization and Performance of Overseas Japanese Companies
Hideki Yoshihara
68: Japanese Multinationals (Manufacturing)
Hideki Yoshihara
67: Endogenous Growth, Trade, and Specialization under Variable Returns to Scale: The Case of Small Open Economy
Ngo Vang Long, Kazuo Nishimura and Koji Shimomura
66: Gains from Trade in a Cournot-Nash General Equibrium
Murray Kemp and Koji Shimomura
65: Membership Dynamics and Japanese Firms' Strategies for Developing New Technological Capabilities
Steve White
64: Shifting Organizational Capabilities to Meet New Performance Criteria: Chinise Pharmaceutical Firms in Transition
Steve White
63: Regional Economic Integration and Endogenous Policy Reform: The "Special" Case of Developing Asia
Michael Plummer
62: Hartwick's Rule in Small Open Economies under Uncertainty
Seiichi Katayama and Hiroshi Ohta
61: Is the Monopolist the Friend of the Conservationist? Two Remarks on the Hotelling-Solow Paradox
Seiichi Katayama and Fumioshi Abe
60: Long-Run Effects of Real,Monetary and Exchange Rate Disturbances The Case of Japan
Ryuzo Miyao
6: Personnel Practices of Japanese Companies in Thailand
Hideki Yoshihara
59: Regional Economic Integration and Article XXIV of the GATT
Junichi Goto and Koichi Hamada
58: How Small Are the Long-Run Effects of Aggregate Demand Disturbances?
Ryuzo Miyao
57: The Existence of a Threshold in a Small Open Economy with Non-Convex Technology
Ngo Long, Kazuo Nishimura and Koji Shimomura
56: The Influence of Customer Scope on Supplier's Performance in the Japanese Automobile Industry
Kentaro Nobeoka
55: The Law of Comparative Advantage without Social Utility Functions
Koji Shimomura and Kar-yiu Wong
54: Alternative Component Sourcing Strategies within the Manufacturer-Supplier Network: Benefits of Quasi-Market Strategy in the Japanese Automobile Industry
Kentaro Nobeoka
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