4 edition of Technology and industrial development in Japan found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -294) and indexes.
|Statement||Hiroyuki Odagiri and Akira Goto ; with a foreword by Richard R. Nelson.|
|Contributions||Gotō, Akira, 1945-|
|LC Classifications||HC465.T4 O3 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 309 p. :|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||96000571|
U.S. research activities and results. 2 Added to these and other challenges for public policy is that of assessing the "lessons," if any, of postwar Japanese government industrial and technology policies for a U.S. economy that has produced minimal growth in overall productivity or median household incomes during the past two decades. Our survey of these issues begins with a brief overview of. Human Resources in Japanese Industrial Development Book Description: By focusing on the educational and skill training institutions Japan has developed to generate human resources for modern industry, this book represents a new contribution to the historical analysis of Japan. The book looks at the development of Japan in the pre-War period. Yukiko Fukusaku sees the achievements of this period as central to the present competitiveness of the country's industrial technology. She uses the Mitsubishi Nagasaki shipyard as a case study, looking at technological innovation and training as the keys to long-term stability Author: Yukiko Fukasaku. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Japan's industrial technology development: the role of cooperative learning and institutions in SearchWorks catalog.
Japan is rapidly moving toward “Society ”, adding a fifth chapter to the four major stages of human development: hunter-gatherer, agrarian, industrial and information. In this new ultra-smart society, all things will be connected through IoT technology and all technologies will be integrated, dramatically improving the quality of life. That Leads In Serious Technology, Says Top Reagan Technology Advisor. Eamonn was classified and encompassed both military and industrial technologies. to Japan. His book Author: Eamonn Fingleton. In recent years, Japanese industrial and educational practices have received worldwide attention. In spite of the interest in Japanese industry and education, there has been relatively little study of technology education in Japan. This pa-per describes the history, current status, and future challenges of technology education in Size: 20KB. Read this book on Questia. High technology industries, industrial policy, and the Japanese economy are individually important topics of scholarly interest and public policy consideration in the United States.
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From the Back Cover. This book studies the industrial development of Japan since the mid-nineteenth century, with particular emphasis on how the various industries built technological capabilities. The Japanese were extraordinarily creative in searching out and learning to use modern technologies, and the authors investigate the emergence of entrepreneurs who began new and risky businesses, how the business organizations evolved to cope with changing technological Cited by: The book has implications for industrial development worldwide.
Japan's starting point over a century ago was similar to the present conditions of many developing countries and the book's emphasis on the acquisition of better skills as a key to development is as Technology and industrial development in Japan book to Europe and America as it Format: Paperback.
This study of Japan's industrial development focuses on the role of entrepreneurship first in adopting more advanced Western technology and then in innovating new technologies and developing human resources according to its changing organizational needs.
Unlike previous studies, it covers the whole of the period since the Meiji restoration. Japan's economic development remains a model for many technologically less advanced countries which have not yet mastered modern technology to organizational forms; and a knowledge of Japanese technological and economic history can contribute importantly to our understanding of economic growth in the modern Technology and industrial development in Japan book.
Knowledge of Japanese technological and economic history can contribute importantly to our understanding of economic growth in the modern era. This book studies the industrial development of Japan since the midth century, with particular emphasis on how the various industries built technological : Hiroyuki Odagiri.
Japan was the first major non-western nation Technology and industrial development in Japan book take on board the Western technological and organizational advances of the century after the fist industrial revolution. It subsequently proved fully able to exploit and contribute to the broad, sustained technological advances that began in the twentieth century, as science became harnessed to technology.
The book investigates the interaction between private entrepreneural activities and public policy, through a general examination of economic and industrial development, a study of the evolution of management systems, and six industrial case studies: textiles, iron and steel, electrical and communications equipment, automobiles, shipbuilding and.
Uses a specific country study in order to inform broader arguments on development and growth. Contributes to economic theory on the role of private entrepreneural activities and public policy, through a general examination of economic and industrial development, a study of the evolution of management systems, and six industrial case studies. A pioneering case study of Japan's Industrial.
Japan's technology support system has played a crucial role in developing firms technological capability and stimulating their innovation. How has it been done, and why is it effective.
The research findings presented here show that what has worked best in Japan is inter-firm cooperative learning,Brand: Springer Japan. Buy Technology and Industrial Development in Japan: Building Capabilities by Learning, Innovation and Public Policy (Japan Business and Economics Series) by Odagiri, Goto, Odagiri, Hiroyuki, Goto, Akira (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on 4/5(1). Technology and industrial development in Japan: building capabilities by learning, innovation, and public policy. [Hiroyuki Odagiri; Akira Gotō] -- This book studies the industrial development of Japan since the mid-nineteenth century, with particular emphasis on how the various industries built technological capabilities.
Japan's technology support system has played a crucial role in developing firms technological capability and stimulating their innovation.
How has it been done, and why is it effective. Japan’s Industrial Technology Development The Role of Cooperative Learning and Institutions. Editors (view affiliations) About this book. Society is Japan's concept of a technology-based, human-centered society, emerging through the fourth industrial revolution.
Artificial intelligence will transform big data collected through the Internet of Things into “new wisdom" and it will enhance human ability and expand our infinite possibilities, helping us enjoy more fulfilling lives. Culture and the Development of Technology in Japan The process of technological change in Japan has been characterized by Hajime Karatsu as following a bottom-up trend with emphasis on massconsumption merchandise, in contrast to the top-down approach typical in the by: 6.
This publication describes and analyses the negative side-effects of Japan's rapid technological and industrial development since the Meiji period. It examines the socio-economic and technological causes of damage to the lives of people, to the communities involved, and to the environment through case-studies of several examples of industrial.
Biernacki, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 3 Profit and Investment in Technology.
Industrial development highlights the key economic tensions of capitalist societies. The inputs of technology and labor at the worksite have a quantifiable market value, but the conduct of manufacture itself depends only on their qualitative use values.
Technology and industrial development in Japan: building capabilities by learning, innovation, and public policy.
[Hiroyuki Odagiri; Akira Goto] -- Here, the authors investigate the interaction between private entrepreneurial activities and public policy through a general examination of economic and industrial development.
Scientific and technological relations between the United States and Japan have been extensive for over years. The historically predominant pattern of interaction has involved a predominant flow of technology and expertise from the United States to Japan, mainly through industrial and business relationships but also through interactions involving government laboratories and universities.
Overview of Japanese industrial technology development (English) Abstract. This paper provides an overview of the experience of industrial technology development in Japan since World War II.
It does not attempt to conduct new empirical work, partly due to the sizable existing literature. The main contribution of the paper is Cited by: The industrial policy of Japan was a complicated system devised by the Japanese government after World War II and especially in the s and s.
The goal was to promote industrial development by co-operating closely with private firms. The objective of industrial policy was to shift resources to specific industries in order to gain international competitive advantage for Japan. Japanese Industrial Policy: The Postwar Record and the Case of Supercomputers Japan is the world’s pdf successful practitioner of industrial policy.
Japan’s industrial policies are largely, though not solely, responsible forits eco- nomic recovery from World War II and its increasing preeminence in high-technology industries.
Other.For reviews of traditional Japanese approaches to innovation see P. Download pdf, Innovation Japanese Style: A Cultural and Historical Perspective, Quorum Books, Westport, CT, ; H. Odagiri and A. Goto, Technology and Industrial Development in Japan: Building Capabilities by Learning, Innovation and Public Policy, Clarendon Press, Oxford, ; A Cited by: Ebook ability to conduct independent research and development became a decisive factor in boosting the nation's competitiveness.
As early asthe Japan Science and Technology Agency, a component of the Kantei (office of the Prime Minister) announced the beginning of "the era of Japan's technological independence.".