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Corporate Capitalism in Japan

Опубликовано на портале: 20-12-2006
New-York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2000, cерия "Classics in the History and Development of Economics", 232 с.
In characterising the Japanese way of business, Professor Okumura has made one of the most significant contributions to the study of economics. Following his study of the conversion of prewar zaibatsu to postwar groups of enterprises, he worked on the roll of comprehensive trading companies in these groups, the main banking system and the permanent employment system. However, he is very critical of this way of business, whereas those influenced by him are enthusiastic in its appreciation. This is the first English translation of his work.

Preface

General Editor's Foreword; M.Morishima

Introduction

PART I: WHAT IS CORPORATE CAPITALISM?

The 'Companised' Society

The Logic of Corporate Capitalism

The 'Companism' System

PART II: THE JAPANESE COMPANY

The 'Corporatisation' of Shareownership

Dividends and Share Prices Take-Overs

PART III: MANAGERS

Who Rules Japan?

Managers and Shareholders

Managers and Employees

Representatives of the Company

The Privilege and Position of Management

PART IV: RELATIONS BETWEEN FIRMS

Fixed Relations

Mutual Control and Mutual Dependency

Externalisation and Formation of Keiretsu

Exclusionary Character

Institutional Framework

Index