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Terutomo Ozawa • 3 Items / 2 Books, 1 Article
Multinationalism, Japanese Style (1979)
The Political Economy of Outward Dependency
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    Multinationalism, Japanese Style, by Terutomo Ozawa
    1. Multinationalism, Japanese Style by Terutomo Ozawa
    Political Science Quarterly, Summer 1980, p. 351
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    Japan & the professors (3 Reviews)
    The Amazing Race, by William H. Davidson
    1. The Amazing Race by William H. Davidson
    2. Multinationalism, Japanese Style by Terutomo Ozawa
    3. Why Has Japan Succeeded? by Michio Morishima
    Commonweal, June 1, 1984, p. 347
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    Asia (4 Reviews)
    The Coming Decline of the Chinese Empire, by Victor E. Louis
    1. The Coming Decline of the Chinese Empire by Victor E. Louis
    2. India: A Rising Middle Power by John W. Mellor
    3. The Middle East in China's Foreign Policy, 1949-1977 by Yitzhak Shichor
    4. Multinationalism, Japanese Style by Terutomo Ozawa
    Orbis, Fall 1979, p. 736
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    Recent Books on International Relations (18 Reviews)
    General: Economic and Social
    1. The U.S. Balance of Payments and the Sinking Dollar by Wilson E. Schmidt
    2. U.S.-European Monetary Relations by Samuel Irving Katz
    3. Challenges to Interdependent Economies by Robert J. Gordon and Jacques Pelkmans
    4. The United States, Canada, and the New International Economic Order by Ervin Laszlo and Joel Kurtzman
    5. International Indebtedness and the Developing Countries by George C. Abbott
    6. Developing Country Debt by Lawrence G. Franko and Marilyn J. Seiber
    7. Multinationalism, Japanese Style by Terutomo Ozawa
    8. Liberalization Attempts and Consequences by Anne O. Krueger
    9. Alternative Development Strategies and Appropriate Technology by Romesh K. Diwan
    10. Appropriate Technologies for Third World Development by E.A.G. Robinson
    11. The Energy Controversy by Amory Lovins
    12. Western Energy Policy by Douglas Evans
    13. International Oil Policy by Arnold E. Safer
    14. Norway, Oil, and Foreign Policy by John C. Ausland
    15. Law and Policy in Petroleum Development by Kamal Hossain
    16. Immigrant Labor and Racial Conflict in Industrial Societies by Gary P. Freeman
    17. Obstacles to Mineral Development by John S. Carman
    18. Critical Food Issues of the Eighties by Marylin Chou and David P. Harmon, Jr.
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1979, pp. 419-421