In the late twentieth century Japan was widely admired in the West for its successful management system and approach to innovation, work organisation and education and training. This book explores how different countries of the West considered the 'Japanese model', and how far they adopted and imitated the Japanese approach. .
1. Introduction: Japan in the West 2. Institutional Transfer 3. The Japanese Management System 4. The Factory 5. The Innovation System 6. The School 7. The Bank 8. Housing and Popular Culture 9. The 'Cohesive Society' 10. Conclusions
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