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The Resource Japan in the Bluegrass, edited by P.P. Karan

Japan in the Bluegrass, edited by P.P. Karan

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Japan in the Bluegrass
Title
Japan in the Bluegrass
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edited by P.P. Karan
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Summary
Fifteen years after Toyota announced it would build a manufacturing plant in the heart of the Bluegrass, Kentucky crafts are being used to help sell Camrys at car dealerships in Japan and sushi and Japanese condiments are widely stocked on grocery shelves in a number of cities across Kentucky. In early 2000, the state boasted more than 100 Japanese companies representing a total investment of more than seven billion dollars, employing more than 33,000 Kentuckians. Japan in the Bluegrass is the first book to focus on the regional and local impact of the globalization of Japanese businesses, par
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Japan in the Bluegrass, edited by P.P. Karan
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Japan in the Bluegrass, edited by P.P. Karan
Link
http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt130j631
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Contents
  • Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Preface; A Note on Terms; 1. Japan and Kentucky; REFERENCES; Part I Japan in the Cultural and Economic Landscape of Kentucky; 2. Japanese Investment in Kentucky; GROWTH OF JAPANESE INVESTMENT IN THE UNITED STATES; REGIONAL PATTERN OF JAPANESE INVESTMENTS IN THE UNITED STATES; PATTERN OF JAPANESE INVESTMENTS IN KENTUCKY; JAPANESE PRESENCE IN KENTUCKY; REFERENCES; Part II Toyota in Kentucky and Japan; 3. State and Local Government Negotiation with Japanese Multinational Corporations; THE MODEL
  • RATIFICATION: LEVEL 2 ABILITY ON EACH SIDE TO MODIFY LEVEL 1 AGREEMENTSCONCLUSION; NOTES; REFERENCES; 4. The Geography of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Corporation; EVOLUTION OF A JAPANESE MULTINATIONAL CORPORATION; THREE STAGES OF CORPORATE GROWTH; The First Stage: A Cross-Nation-Space Strategy; The Second Stage: Expansion Overseas-1 (Concentration on Exports); The Second Stage: Expansion Overseas-2 (Establishment of Production Plants); The Third Stage: Globalization Strategy; THE KEIRETSU STRUCTURE OF THE TOYOTA GROUP; THE FUTURE; NOTES; REFERENCES
  • 5. Yesterday and Today: Changes in Workers' Lives in Toyota City, Japan6. Dynamics of Growth and Change in Georgetown, Kentucky; SELECTION OF THE GEORGETOWN SITE: "" IT WAS JUST A FEELING""; COMMUNITY RESPONSE AND LOCAL PLANNING; SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SETTING OF GEORGETOWN-SCOTT COUNTYIN 1985; GEORGETOWN-SCOTT COUNTY IN 1999; GROWTH AND CHANGE: 1985-1999; PROGRESS AND TRADITION IN GEORGETOWN-SCOTT COUNTY; REFERENCES; Part III Economic, Social, and Environmental Impacts of Japan in Kentucky; 7. Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, and the Kentucky Economy; TMMK EXPANSIONS
  • ECONOMIC IMPACTS IN KENTUCKY, 1986-1997PROJECTION OF ECONOMIC IMPACTS IN KENTUCKY, 1998-2005; CASH FLOW ANALYSIS, 1986-2005; ATTRACTION OF OTHER AUTOMOTIVE FIRMS TO KENTUCKY; SUMMARY; CONCLUDING COMMENTS; APPENDIX; 8. Social Impacts of Japanese Businesses in Small Communities of Kentucky; INTRODUCTION; SOCIOECONOMIC PROFILES OF FIVE KENTUCKY COMMUNITIES; Bardstown; Berea; Danville; Harrodsburg; Versailles; SOCIAL IMPACTS OF JAPANESE BUSINESSES IN THE FIVE COMMUNITIES; Bardstown; Berea; Danville; Harrodsburg; CONCLUSION; ACKNOWLEDGEMENT; REFERENCES
  • 9. Japanese Corporate Environmental Practices in Kentucky Miranda SchreursGOVERNMENT-INDUSTRY-NGO RELATIONS IN JAPANAND THE UNITED STATES; DEVELOPMENTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTIONAMONG JAPANESE INDUSTRIES IN JAPAN; ISO 14001 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SERIESAND JAPANESE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS; JAPANESE CORPORATE INVESTMENT IN THE UNITED STATESAND IN KENTUCKY; THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS OF JAPANESE INVESTMENTIN KENTUCKY; ENVIRONMENTAL PRACTICES OF JAPANESE CORPORATIONSIN KENTUCKY: CASE STUDIES; Matsushita Appliance Corporation; Matsushita Electric Motor Corporation of America
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