Business Review Vol.52 No.3, WIN. 2004

Vol.52 No.3, WIN. 2004 (In Japanese)

A leading management journal in Japanese,
which builds a bridge between theory and practice.
Hitotsubashi University, Institute of Innovation Research
Toyo Keizai Inc.

Re-examining Our Competitiveness: Have Japanese Firms Really Revived?
Kazuyuki Motohashi “Japan’s Long-term Recession in 1990’s: Fall of Industrial Competitiveness?”
Masaru Karube “Competitive Performance of Japanese Firms and Management  Agenda”
Tomohiro Ijichi “Recent Innovation Activity of Private Enterprises in Japan”
Yutaka Kato “The Rise and Fall of Japanese Quality Management”
Hiroyuki Chuma “Increasing Complexity and Limit of Organization in Japanese   Science-based Industry: Based on the Case of Microlithography Industry”
Tomofumi Amano/Hiroyuki Kato “Building Competitive Advantage through Global Strategies―Leveraging Location Advantage in East Asia in Hard Disk Drive Industry”
 Tsuyoshi Numagami
●Management of Decision Making
 Katsuhiko Nagase (1)
●Branding in China
 Taotao Bi
●Business Cases
 Ken Kusunoki/Akira Yoshida ”Gulliver International Co., Ltd.”
 Takuya Ishizaki ”Nihon AIM Co., Ltd.”
●Management Forum
 Tadashi Yanai (Fast Retailing Co., Ltd.),
 Interviewed by Seiichiro Yonekura
 Hiromi Osa/Hiroyuki Odagiri
 ”First-Mover Advantages versus Follower Advantages in Innovative Industries:
  An Empirical Study of the Japanese Appliances Market”
●Critical Eyes: Stock Option