Hybrid Factories in Latin America: Japanese Management by Katsuo Yamazaki, Tetsuo Abo, JuhnWooseok Juhn, J. Wooseok

By Katsuo Yamazaki, Tetsuo Abo, JuhnWooseok Juhn, J. Wooseok

Explores the Latin American financial system and administration in the course of the learn of eastern businesses in international locations equivalent to Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico. in line with targeted case reviews, this quantity bargains a bird's eye view of overseas investments in Latin the US.

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See T. Abo (2004) ‘An Integrated Theory of Management Geography: Japanese Hybrid Factories in the Three Major Regions’, in V. ) Transformative Organizations, New Delhi: Response Books. 5. See G. L. Clark, M. P. Feldman, and M. S. Gertler (eds) (2000) The Oxford Handbook of Economic Geography, New York: Oxford University Press. 6. See H. Kumon and T. Abo (eds) (2004) The Hybrid Factory in Europe: The Japanese Management and Production System Transferred, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 6, 270.

Needless to say, such industrial relations are conflictive, and subjects representing ‘opposition’ can be one or both of the parties.

What also deserves special mention in the second import substitution period is the time when the Latin American countries gradually became more dependent upon foreign direct investment (by the transnational corporations). The reason is that it gets more difficult for the developing countries to advance their industrialization independently, unlike in the first import substitution period, in heavy industries such as iron or chemical industry and in the consumer durables industry such as automobiles and electric and electronic industry (the second import substitution).

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