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Cole, R. E. 1981. The Japanese lessons in quality. Technology Review (July).
Cole, R. E. 1983. Improving product quality through continuous feedback. Management Review (October).
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Cooper, R. 1994. Peter Drucker on Japan. Management Accounting (November): 27-33.
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Delios, A. and W. J. Henisz. 2000. Japanese firms' investment strategies in emerging economies. The Academy of Management Journal 43(3): 305-323. (JSTOR link).
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Dyer, J. H. and K. Nobeoka. 2000. Creating and managing a high-performance knowledge-sharing network: The Toyota case. Strategic Management Journal (21): 345-367.
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Garvin, D. A. 1986. Quality problems, policies, and attitudes in the United States and Japan: An exploratory study. The Academy of Management Journal 29(4): 653-673. (JSTOR link).
Gedajlovic, E. and D. M. Shapiro. 2002. Ownership structure and firm profitability in Japan. The Academy of Management Journal 45(3): 565-575. (JSTOR link).
Gerlach, M. L. 1992. Alliance Capitalism: The Social Organization of Japanese Business. University of California Press.
Gerlach, M. L. 1992. The Japanese corporate network: A blockmodel analysis. Administrative Science Quarterly 37(1): 105-139. (JSTOR link). (Corporate group membership or keiretsu).
Gramlich, J. D., P. Limpaphayom and S. G. Rhee. 2004. Taxes, keiretsu affiliation, and income shifting. Journal of Accounting and Economics (June): 203-228.
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Hayes, R. H. 1981. Why Japanese factories work. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 57-66. (Summary).
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Hayes, R. H. and W. J. Abernathy. 2007. Managing our way to economic decline. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 138-149. (This is a reprint of the their 1980 article above with a retrospect by Hayes on page 141). (Summary).
Henisz, W. J. and A. Delios. 2001. Uncertainty, imitation, and plant location: Japanese multinational corporations, 1990-1996. Administrative Science Quarterly 46(3): 443-475. (JSTOR link).
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Hiromoto, T. 1988. Another hidden edge: Japanese management accounting. Harvard Business Review (July-August): 22-25. (Summary).
Hiromoto, T. 1991. Restoring the relevance of management accounting. Journal of Management Accounting Research (3): 1-15. (Summary).
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Imai, M. 1997. Gemba Kaizen: A Commonsense, Low-Cost Approach to Management. McGraw Hill Professional Publishing.
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