2 edition of economic theory of medium and small industries in Japan. found in the catalog.
economic theory of medium and small industries in Japan.
by School of Business Administration, Kobe University in [Kobe, Japan]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 126-132.
|Series||Kobe University. School of Business Administration. Monograph, no. 1, Monograph (Kōbe Daigaku. Keiei Gakubu) ;, no. 1.|
|LC Classifications||HD69.S5 I5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 132 p.|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||72185240|
“Japan’s High -Growth Postwar Period: The Role of Economic Plans” 4. specific or aimed industry. In particular, capital crunch was a major problem. 4 so that MITI and other government authortieis funded the required capital to industries of high potential. The world of small and medium-sized firms or SMEs (those employing no more than workers), he asserts, is “every bit as representative of modern Japan as that of large firms” (p. 3). SMEs, Whittaker points out, accounted for just under three-quarters of Japan’s manufacturing employment and over half of its industrial output in
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To explain this pattern, the paper investigates the determinants of entry in by: Small and Medium-sized Enterprises: Local Strength, Global Reach mostly in knowledge-intensive sec-tors and in regions characterised by intense economic activity and clus-tering, these fast growers are usually integrated into formal and informal networks of firms.
High-growth SMEs play a pioneering role in devel-oping new products and markets inFile Size: KB. Even before that, Japan’s militarist government had warped the country’s economic development through a focus on arming for conquest.
As a consequence of. Now in paperback, this book considers the role of small firms in the Japanese economy and challenges established views of the Japanese economy, society and political economy.
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Market economy is considered as the economy of free initiative and according to this free initiative is private property. Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to explore the best practice of small medium enterprises (SMEs) from Japan.
Japan has been proven to be successful lesson to be followed by Malaysia. Japan’s SMEs began after World War II in Thus, it has shown that the development process has intricacies and can be studied by Malaysian SMEs, which.
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As seen in UCHIDA’s case, the historical origins of economic and social history in Japan are found in two separate disciplines. Small and medium enterprises account for 90% of the total number of companies in Japan.
The various products and services supplied by small and medium enterprises continue to form the foundation of the Japanese economy. However, in reality, many small and medium enterprises have few opportunities to be globally recognized. Abstract. In examining the evolution of small and medium enterprises in Japan in the postwar period, this paper shows that entry rates for new firms have declined sharply in the last quarter century or so, a trend observed across most sectors of the economy as well as across most firm-size categories.
with small and medium scale industries ‘SMI’ , , . There were no common definition of SMEs among the different Malaysian agencies and institutions and it is necessary to introduce standard definitions for SMEs since the definition used at that time mainly refers to the manufacturing sector.
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Japan is also the world’s biggest creditor with the leading public debt ratio. Overview of the Economy of Japan. One of the attractions of studying Japan’s post economic development is the abundance of quantitative data documenting Japan’s growth.
Estimates of Japanese income and output by sector, capital stock and labor force extend back to the s, a. But short‐ and medium‐ term pessimists overlook a critical factor: that the absence of a clear division between the public and private sectors in Japan, the co‐ operation (or collusion as it.Table 5 shows that X 2 calculated value () is greater than X 2 table value (), i.e.
X 2 c > X 2 t at level of significance. The Null hypothesis (H o) is result of the hypothesis tested revealed that small-scale enterprises are making significant impact on poverty alleviation in the country through employment opportunities they provide to the people.the problems of small businesses differ than that of medium size businesses.
As stated by West () by quoting in the Economist newspaper, ‘small business has a big problem that is access to finance.’ Access to finance usually means access to bank finance, because small and medium size enterprises (SMEs) are usually.