Japan's growing technological capability : implications for the U.S. economy / Thomas S. Arrison [and others], editors.

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Authors: National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Japan., National Research Council (U.S.). Office of International Affairs.
Other Authors: Arrison, Thomas S.
Format: Book
Published: Washington, D.C. : National Academy Press, 1992.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Technology assessment in the U.S.-Japan context / George Gamota
  • What can we learn from technology assessment? / Shigetaka Seki
  • Accessing Japanese technology : experiences of a U.S.-based company / Jim F. Martin
  • Studies of Japanese technology : an effort with diminishing returns? / G. Laurie Miller
  • Technology, productivity, and the competitiveness of U.S. and Japanese industries / Dale W. Jorgenson and Masahiro Kuroda
  • Macroeconomic and Schumpetarian features of Japanese innovations in the 1980s / Masaru Yoshitomi
  • The changing place of Japan in the global scientific and technological enterprise / David C. Mowery and David J. Teece
  • Implications of Japan's "soft crisis" : forcing new directions for Japanese electronics companies / William F. Finan and Carl Williams.
  • Japan's unique capacity to innovate : technology fusion and its international implications / Fumio Kodama
  • Japan's industrial competitiveness and the technological capability of the leading Japanese firms / John Cantwell
  • Japanese control of R & D activities in the United States : is this a cause for concern? / Edward M. Graham
  • Policy implications of Japan's growing technological capabilities : framing the issues / Richard R. Nelson
  • Policy implications for the United States : comments / Hiroshi Ota
  • Comments on policy implications / Erich Bloch.