London. Routledge. 1993. Reprint. Stock ID #69362
x + 288pp, notes, glossary, bibliography, index, paperback covers trifle worn at extremities, otherwise very good copy. "Japanese companies are household names throughout the world; but behind the international business legend are millions of ordinary men and women, working in factories, in workshops and on farms. In this book Penelope Francks looks at the economic forces that brought them together to create Japan's astonishing post-war expansion. This is a lively book which mixes detailed case study material with an analysis of Japanese economic and social history. It is designed to appeal to students and scholars of development studies, politics, economics, modern history and Japanese studies." Taken from blurb. (When referring to this item please quote stockid 69362).
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