Selected Interdisciplinary Bibliography on Japan

Compiled by Gerald Fry, University of Oregon and Misao Makino, Toyo University

Authors last name:

Abegglen, James C. and George Stalk.  Kaisha: The Japanese Corporation 
  (New York: Basic Books, 1985).
Akaha, Tsuneo and Frank Langdon (eds).  Japan in the Posthegemonic World
  (Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 1993).
Akao, Nobukichi, ed.  Japan's Economic Security (New York: St. Martin's Press,
Akif, Syed Abu Ahmad.   Reflections of Japan in Pakistani Eyes (Karachi: NaŐay
   Ufaq Group of Publications, 1992).
Allen, George C.  Japan's Economic Policy (New York: Holmes and Meier, 1980).
________.  How Japan Competes: A Verdict on 'Dumping.' (W. Sussex: 
   The Institute of Economic Affairs, 1978). 
________.  Appointment in Japan: Memories of Sixty Years  (London: Athlone 
   Press, 1983).
Alletzhauser, Albert J.  The House of Nomura: The Inside Story of the World's 
   Most Powerful Company  (London: Bloomsbuy, 1990).
Ames, Walter.  Police and Community in Japan.  (Berkeley:
  University of California Press, 1981).
Anchordoguly, Marie.  Computers Inc.: Japan's Challenge to IBM
  (Cambridge, Mass.: Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard
  University, 1989).
Aoki, Masuhiko.  Information, Incentives and Bargaining in the
  Japanese Economy (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press,
Aoki, Masuhiko and Ronald Dore.  The Japanese Firm: The Sources of
  Competitive Strength (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996).
Aoki, Masuhiko, Hugh Patrick, and Paul Sheard.  The Japanese 
  Main Bank System: an Introductory Overview (Stanford:  Center for
  Economic Policy Research, 1993).
Ashkenazi, Michael.  Matsuri: Festivals of a Japanese Town (Honolulu:
  University of Hawaii Press, 1993).
Attacharn Pattanjidvilai (ed.)    International Dimensions of Japanese Financial
  Development:  Implications for ASEAN and Thailand (Bangkok: Faculty
  of Economics, Chulalongkorn University, 1991).
Axtell, Roger, "Dealing with the Japanese Mystique," pp. 236-258
  in The Do's and Taboos of International Trade: A Small Business
  Primer (New York: Wiley, 1989).

Bailey, Jackson H.  Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives: Political and
  Economic Change in a Tohoku Village (Honolulu: University of Hawaii
  Press, 1991).
Balassa, Bela and Marcus Noland.  Japan in the World Economy (Washington,
  D.C.:  Institute for International Economics, 1988).
Bartu, Friedemann.  The Ugly Japanese:  Nippon's Economic Empire in Asia
  (Singapore: Longman, 1992).
Beauchamp, Edward (ed.).  Windows on Japanese Education (New York:
  Greenwood Press, 1991).
Beck, Clark L. and Ardath Burks (eds.)  Aspects of Meiji
  Modernization  The Japan Helpers and the Helped (New Brunswick:
  Transaction Books, 1983).
Beer, Lawrence Ward.  Freedom of Expression in Japan: A Study
  in Comparative Law, Politics, and Society. (Tokyo: Kodansha
  International, 1984).
Ben-Ari, Eyal, Brian Moeran, and James Valentine (eds).  Unwrapping
  Japan (Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 1990).
Benedict, Ruth.  The Chrysanthemum and the Sword: Patterns of Japanese
  Culture (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1946).
Black, Cyril E. et al.  The Modernization of Japan and Russia:
  A Comparative Study (New York: The Free Press, 1975).
Borrus, Michael, James Millstein and John Zysman. U.S.-Japanese
  Competition in the Semiconductor Industry  (Berkeley:
  Institute of International Studies, 1982).
Bowman, Mary Jean.  Educational Choice and Labor Markets in
  Japan (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1981).
Bornoff, Nicholas.  Pink Samurai: Love, Marriage and Sex in
  Contemporary Japan (New York: Pocket Books, 1991).
Branscomb, Lewis M.  Japanese Innovation Strategy: Technical Support for
  Business Visions (Cambridge: Center for Science and International
  Affairs, 1993).
Brinton, Mary C.  Women and the Economic Miracle: Gender and
  Work in Postwar Japan (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993)
Brzezinski, Zbigniew.  The Fragile Blossom: Crisis and Change
  in Japan (New York: Harper, 1972).
Burstein, Daniel.  Yen!: Japan's New Financial Empire and Its
  Threat to America. (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1988).
Butler, Linda.  Rural Japan: Radiance of the Ordinary (Blue
  Ridge Summit, PA: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992).

Calder, Kent.  Crisis and Compensation: Public Policy and
  Political Stability in Japan (Princeton: Princeton University
  Press, 1988).
Choate, Pat.  Agents of Influence (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1990). 
Christopher, Robert C.  The Japanese Mind (New York: Fawcett Columbine,
Christopher, Robert C.  Second to None: American Companies in Japan
  (New York: Crown Publishers, 1986).
Clark, Rodney. The Japanese Company (New Haven: Yale University
  Press, 1979).
Cole, Robert.  Work, Mobility and Participation: A Comparative
  Study of American and Japanese Industry (Berkeley: University
  of California Press, 1979).
________.  Some Cultural and Social Bases of Japanese Innovation:
  Small Group Activities in Comparative Perspective (Ann Arbor:
  University of Michigan, School of Business Administration, 1987).
Cole, Robert.   Internationalization of the Auto Industry: Its Meaning and
  Significance (Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, University of
  Michigan, 1984).
Coleman, Samuel. Family Planning in Japanese Society: Traditional
  Birth Control in Modern Urban Culture (Princeton: Princeton
  University Press, 1991).  new ed.
Collcutt, Martin, Marius Jansen, and Isao Kumakura, Cultural
  Atlas of Japan (New York: Facts on File Publications, 1988).
Condon, John.  With Respect to the Japanese: A Guide for Americans.
  (Yarmouth, Maine:  Intercultural Press, 1984).
Condon, John and Keisuke Kurata. In Search of What's Japanese
  about Japan (Tokyo: Shufunotomo, 1981).
Courdy, Jean-Cloude.  The Japanese Every Life in the Empire of
  the Rising Sun (New York: Harper and Row, 1984).
Cromartie, Warren and Robert Whiting.  Slugging it out in Japan
  (New York: Signet, 1992).
Cummings, William.  Equality and Education in Japan (Princeton:
  Princeton University Press, 1980).
Curtis, Gerald L.  The Japanese Way of Politics (New York:
  Columbia University Press, 1988).
 ________.   Japanese Foreign Policy after the Cold War: Coping with Change 
  (Armonk, N.Y.: M.E. Sharpe, 1993).
________. (ed.)   The United States, Japan, and Asia (New York: W.W. Norton,
Czinkota, Michael R. and Jon Woronoff.  Unlocking Japan's Markets:
  Seizing Marketing and Distribution Opportunities in Today's Japan
  (Chicago: Probus Publishing Co., 1991).
________.  Japan's Markets:  The Distribution System (New York:
  Praeger, 1986).

De Mente, Boye.  Japanese Etiquette and Ethics in Business 
  (Lincolnwood, Illinois: NTC Business Books, 1988).
________. Made in Japan: The Methods, Motivation, and Culture of the
  Japanese, and Their Influence on U.S. Business and All Americans
  (Lincolnwood, Illinois: Passport Books, 1987).   
________. Oriental Secrets of Graceful Living (Tokyo: Simpson-Doyle and
  Company, 1963).
________. Bachelor's Japan (Rutland, Vermont: Tuttle, 1991).
Deming, W. Edwards.  Quality, Productivity, and Competitive
  Position (Cambridge: Center for Advanced Engineering Study,
  MIT, 1982).  
Denison, Edward F. and William K. Chung. How Japan's Economy
  Grew So Fast: The Sources of Postwar Expansion (Washington,
  D.C.: Brookings Institution, 1976).
Deutsch, Mitchell F.  Doing Business with the Japanese (New York:
  New American Library, 1983).
DeVos, George, et al.  Socialization for Achievement: Essays on
  the Cultural Psychology of the Japanese (Berkeley: University
  of California Press, 1973).
DeVos, George and William O. Weatherall. Japan's Minorities:
  Burakumin, Koreans, Ainu and Okinawan (Minority Rights
  Group Report, 1983), no. 3.
Dobson, Wendy.  Japan in East Asia:  Trading and Investment Strategies
  (Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1994).
Doi, Takeo.  The Anatomy of Dependence (Tokyo: Kondansha, 1981).
 _______.   The Anatomy of Self: the Individual vs. Society (Tokyo:
  Kodansha, 1988).
Dore, Ronald P.   Japan, Internationalism and the UN (London: Routledge, 1997).
________.  Japanese Capitalism, Anglo Saxon-Capitalism: How Will the
  Darwinian Contest Turn Out?  (London: Centre for Economic Performance,
  London School of Economics and Political Science, 1992).
________. British Factory, Japanese Factory: the Origins
  of National Diversity in Industrial Relations (Berkeley: University
  of California Press, 1990).
________.  How the Japanese Learn to Work (London: Routledge, 1989).
________.  Japan at Work:  Markets, Management and Flexibility 
  (Paris: OECD, 1989).
________.  Taking Japan Seriously: A Confucian Perspective on Leading
  Economic Issues (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1987).
________.  Flexible Rigidities: Industrial Policy and Structural Adjustment
  in the Japanese Economy, 1970-1989 (London:Athlone Press, 1986).
Dreyfack, Raymond.  Making it in Management the Japanese Way
  (N.Y.: Farnsworth, 1982).
Drucker, Peter F.  "Behind Japan's Success," pp. 164-180 in
  Toward the Next Economics and Other Essays (New York:
  Harper and Row, 1981).

Edstrom, Bert (ed.)  Internationalization of Japan, Japanization of the
  World: Report from a Seminar Arranged by the Swedish Embassy in
  Tokyo and the Center for Pacific Asia Studies (Stockholm:  Center for
  Pacific Asia Studies, 1994).

Fallows, James.   Looking at the Sun: The Rise of the New East Asian Economic
  and Political System (New York: Pantheon Books, 1994).
_______.  Japanese Education: What Can It Teach American Schools?
  (Arlington, Va:  Educational Research Service, 1990).
Feigenbaum, Edward A. and Pamela McCorduck.  The Fifth Generation:
  Artificial Intelligence and Japan's Computer Challenge to the
  World (Reading, Mass: Addison-Wesley, 1983).
Feiler, Bruce S.  Learning to Bow: Inside the Heart of Japan (New York:
  (Ticknor & Fields, 1991).
Fielding, Norma.  In the Realm of a Dying Emperor (New York: Vintange, 1993).
Finn, Richard B.  Winners in Peace: MacArthur, Yoshida, and
  Postwar Japan (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992).
Focus Japan II: A Resource Guide to Japan-oriented Organizations
  (Washington, D.C.: National Planning Association and Gateway, Japan, 1993).
Franko, Lawrence G.  The Threat of Japanese Multinationals--
  How the West Can Respond  (N.Y.: Wiley, 1983).
Friedman, George.  The Coming War with Japan (N.Y.: St. Martin's Press, 1991).
Fujimoto, Toyoharu.  Management Challenge: The Japanese Management
  System in an International Environment (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1991).
Fukuoka, Masanobu.   The One-Straw Revolution: An Introduction to
  Natural Farming (Emmaus: Rodale Press, 1978).
Fukutaki, Tadashi.  The Japanese Social Structure (Tokyo:
  University of Tokyo Press, 1982).
Funabashi, Yoichi (ed.)  Japan's International Agenda (New York: NYU Press,

Gluck, Carol.   Japan's Modern Myths: Ideology in the Late Meiji Period
  (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1985).
Greenfeld, Karl Taro.  Speed Tribes:  Days and Nights with Japan's Next
  Generation (New York: HarperCollins, 1995).
Guillain, Robert.  The Japanese Challenge.  Translated from
  the French by Patrick O'Brian  (Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1970).

Halberstam, David.  The Reckoning (New York: Morrow, 1986).
Hall, Edward and Mildred Reed Hall.  Hidden Differences: Doing
  Business with the Japanese (New York: Doubleday, 1987).
Hall, John Whitney.  Japan: from Prehistory to Modern Times
  (Ann Arbor: Michigan Classics in Japanese Studies, no. 7, 1991).
Halliday, Jon.  A Political History of Japanese Capitalism
  (New York: Pantheon, 1975).
Hamabata, Matthews Masayuki.   Crested Kimono: Power and Love in the
  Japanese Business Family (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1990).
Hamada, Tomoko.  American Enterprise in Japan (Albany: State University
  of New York Press, 1991).
Hane, Mikiso.  Peasants, Rebels, and Outcasts: The Underside
  of Modern Japan  (N.Y.: Pantheon, 1982).
Hearn, Lafcadio.  Japan: An Attempt at Interpretation (New York: 
  MacMillan, 1904).
Helvoort, E. van.  The Japanese Working Man: What Choice? What
  Reward? (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1979).
Hodge, Robert W. and Naohiro Ogawa.  Fertility Change in Contemporary
  Japan (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991).
Honda Katsuichi.  The Impoverished Spirit of Contemporary Japan: Selected
  Essays of Honda Katsuichi (New York: Monthly Review Press, 1993), edited
  by John Lie.
Hook, Glenn D. and Michael A. Weiner (eds.)   The Internationalization of
  Japan (London: Routledge, 1992).
Hoshii, Iwao.  Japan's Pseudo-Democracy (New York: NYU Press, 1993).
_______.  The World of Sex:  Perspectives on Japan and the West
 (Woodchurch, Kent: Norbury, 1986).
Hossain, Syed Noor.  Japan Not in the West:  A South  Asian Perspective
  of Japan Today (Dhaka, Bangladesh: University Press Ltd., 1993).
Hoyt, Edwin.  Japan's War:  The Great Pacific Conflict, 1853-1952 (New York:
  McGraw-Hill, 1986).

Ike, Nobutaka.  Japan: The New Superstate (San Francisco: Freeman,
Ikedai, Daisuku.  Life an Enigma, a Precious Jewel  (Tokyo:
  Kodansha International, 1982).
Ikedai, Daisuku. A Lasting Peace Collected Addressed of Daisaku
  Ikeda  (N.Y.; Tokyo: Weatherhill, Press of Soka Gakkai, 1981).
Imae, Kenichi, et al.  Business Enterprise in Japan: Views of Leading
  Japanese Economists (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1994).
Imai, Masaaki.  Sixteen Ways to Avoid Saying No: An Invitation to
  Experience Japanese Management from the Inside (Tokyo: Toyota
  Motor Sales, 1981).
 _______.   Never Take Yes for an Answer: An Inside Look at Japanese
  Business for Foreign Businessmen (Tokyo: The Simul Press, 1982).
_______.  Kaizen (Ky'zen), the Key to Japan's Competitive Success
  (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1986).
Imamura, Anne E.  Urban Japanese Housewives: At Home and in the
  Community (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1993).
Inoguchi, Takashi and Daniel I. Okomoto (eds.)  The Changing International
  Context (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 19  ?), The Political Economy
  of Japan, volume 2.
Inoguchi, Takashi.  Japan's Foreign Policy in an Era of Global Change
  (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993).
_________.  Japan's International Relations (London: Pinter, 1991).
Inose, Hiroshi (ed.) Scientific Information Systems in Japan
  (Amsterdam: North-Holland, 1981).
Iriye, Akira (ed.) The Chinese and Japanese:  Essays in Political
  and Cultural Interactions (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1980)
Ishibashi, Nobuo.  Business Battles (Tokyo: Tokuma Shoten
  Publishing, 1983).
Ishida, Takeshi.  Japanese Political Culture (New Brunswick:
  Transaction Books, 1983).
Ishihara, Shintaro.  The Japan that Can Say No (New York: Simon Schuster,
Ivey, Marilyn.  Discourses on the Vanishing:  Modernity, Phantasm, Japan
  (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1995).
Iyer, Pico.  The Lady and the Monk: Four Seasons in Kyoto (London: Bodley
   Hall, 1991).

Japanese Firms, Businesses, and Representatives in Vietnam-Laos-Cambodia
  (Bangkok: S and G Graphic, 1995).
Johnson, Chalmers.  Japan's Public Policy Companies (Washington
  D.C.: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy
  Research, 1978).
______.    MITI and the Japanese Miracle: The Growth of Industrial Policy,
  1925-1975 (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1982).
______.  Japan: Who Governs:  The Rise of the Development State
  (New York:  Norton, 1995).
Johnson, Chalmers, et al (eds).  Politics and Productivity: the
  Real Story of Why Japan Works (Cambridge, MA: Ballinger, 1989).
Johnson, Sheila.  American Attitudes toward Japan (Washington
  D.C.: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy
  Research, 1975).

Kahn, Herman and Thomas Pepper.  The Japanese Challenge:  The
  Success and Failure of Economic Success (N.Y.: Crowell, 1979).
Kamata, Satoshi.  Japan in the Passing Lane.  An Insider's
  Account of Life in a Japanese Auto Factory (N.Y.: Pantheon, 1982).
Katzenstein, Peter J. and Nobuo Okawara.  Japan's National Security:
  Structures, Norms and Policy Responses in a Changing World
  (Ithaca: East Asia Program, Cornell University, 1993).
Katzenstein, Peter J. and Yutaka Tsujinaka.  Defending the Japanese State:
  Structures, Norms, and Political Responses to Terrorism and Violent
  Social Protest in the 1970s and 1980s (Ithaca: East Asia Program,
  Cornell University Press, 1992).
Kawasaki, Ichiro.  Japan Unmasked.  (Rutland, Vermont: Tuttle, 1969).
Kenrick, Douglas M.  Where Communism Works:  The Success of 
  Competitive Communism in Japan (Rutland, Vermont:  Charles E.
  Tuttle, 1988).
Kesavan, K.V. ed.  Contemporary Japanese Politics and Foreign
  Policy (New York: Advent Books, 1989).
Kikuchi, Makoto.  Japanese Electronics: A Worm's-Eye View of
  Its Evolution (Tokyo: Simul Press, 1983).
Kitahara, Yasuda.  Information Network System Telecommunications
  in the Twenty-First Century  (London : Heineman Educational
  Books, 1983).
Kobayashi, Mauri Kaoru.  Japan: The Most Misunderstood
  Country (Tokyo: The Japan Times, 1984).
Kobayashi, Victor N.  John Dewey in Japanese Educational Thought
  (Ann Arbor: Malloy Lithoprinting, 1964).
Kobayashi, Y. Fuji Xerox the First 20 Years 1962-1982. (Tokyo:
  Fuji Xerox, 1983).
Kodama, Fumio.   Analyzing High Technology: the Techno-Paradigm Shift
  (London: Pinter, 1991).
_________.  Emerging Patterns of Innovation: Sources of Japan's Technological
  Edge (Boston: Harvard Business School Press, 1995).
Kojima, Setsuko and Gene A. Crane.  Japanese-English Dictionary of Japanese
  Culture (Union City, Ca:  Heian, 1991).
Kondo, Dorinne K.  Crafting Selves: Power, Gender, and Discrimination
  in a Japanese Workplace (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990).
Koppel, Bruce and Robert M. Orr (eds.).  JapanŐs Foreign Aid: Power and Policy
  in a New Era (Boulder: Westview Press, 1992 or 1993?).
Koren, Leonard.   283 Useful Ideas from Japan   (San Francisco:  Chronicle
  Books, 1988).
Koto, Seisi.  My Years with Toyota (Tokyo : Toyota Motor Sales Co.,
Krugman, Paul (ed.)  Trade with Japan:  Has the Door Opened Wider? (Chicago:
  University of Chicago Press, 1991).
Kumon, Shumpei and Henry Rosovsky (eds).  Cultural and Social Dynamics 
  (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1992), The Political Economy of 
  Japan, volume 3.

Lam, Alice.  Women and Japanese Management (London: Routledge, 1992).
Lebra, Takie Sugiyama.  Japanese Patterns of Behavior (Honolulu:
  University of Hawaii Press, 1982).
Lebra, Takie (ed).  Japanese Social Organization (Honolulu: University of
  Hawaii Press, 1992).
Lee, Sang M. and Gary Schwendiman (eds.) Japanese Management: Cultural
  and Environmental Considerations  (N.Y.:  Praeger, 1982).
Lee, O-Young, Smaller is Better: Japan's Mastery of the
  Miniature (Tokyo: Kodansha International, 1984).
Lee, Sang M. and Gary Schwendiman (eds.) Japanese Management
  Cultural and Environmental Considerations (N.Y.: Praeger, l982).
Leestma, Robert and Herbert J. Walberg (eds.) Japanese Educational
  Productivity (Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, University
  of Michigan, 1992).
Lim, Chong-Yah (ed.)  Learning from the Japanese Experience
  (Singapore : Maruzen Asia, 1982).
Littlewood, Ian.  The Idea of Japan:  Western Images, Western Myths
  (Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 1996).
Lockwood, William W.  The Economic Development of Japan; Growth
  and Structural Change (Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 1968).
Lubarsky, Jared.  Noble Heritage: Five Centuries of Portraits from
  the Hosokawa Family (Blue Ridge Summit, PA: Smithsonian Instiution
  Press, 1992).
Lunde, Ken.  Understanding Japanese Information Processing (Sebasstopol,
  California: O'Reilly and Associates, 1993).
Luney, Percy R.  Japanese Constitutional Law (Tokyo: University of Tokyo 
  Press, 1993).
_______ (ed.)  The Constitution of Japan: The Fifth Decade (Durham: School
  of Law, Duke University, 1990).
Lynn, Leonard H.  How Japan Innovates:  A Comparison with the U.S.
  in the Case of Oxygen Steelmaking (Boulder, Co.: Westview, 1982).
Lyons, Nick.  The Sony Vision  (N.Y.: Crown Publishers, 1976).

McClain, Yoko.   Japan and America: One Woman's View (Tokyo: The Hokuseido
  Press, 1991).
________.   Families:  Japan and America (Tokyo: The Hokuseido Press, 1993).
McIntosh, Malcolm.  Japan Re-armed (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1986).
McLean, Mick (ed.) The Japanese Electronics Challenge  (London:
  Frances Pinter, l982).
Magaziner, Ira C. and Thomas M. Hout.  Japanese Industrial
  Policy  (Berkely: Institute of International Studies, 1980).
Market Share in Japan 1992.  (Tokyo: Yano Research Institute, 1992).
Matsui, Yayori.  Women's Asia (London: Zed Books, 1989).
Matsuyama, Yukio.  A Japanese Journalist Looks at U.S.-Japan
  Relations.  SAIS Papers in International Affairs, no. 1,
Matsushita, Konosuke.  Japan at the Brink.  Translated by Charles
  Terry (N.Y.: Kodansha International, 1976).
Mitsui Group.  Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow  (Tokyo: Mainichi
  Daily News, 1978).
Mitsubishi Corporation.  Japanese Business Glossary. (Tokyo:
  Toyo-Keizai-Shinposha, 1983).
Miyamoto, Masao.   Straitjacket Society:  An Insider's Irreverant View of
  Bureaucratic Japan (Tokyo: Kodansha International, 1994).
Miyoshi, Masao.  Off Center: Power and Culture Relations between
  Japan and the U.S.  (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1990).
Miyoshi, Masao and H.D. Harootunian (eds.)  Postmodernism and Japan
  (Durham: Duke University Press, 1989).
Moden, Yasuhiro.  Toyota Production System: Practical Approach
  to Production Management.  Norcross, Georgia: Industrial Engineering
  and Management Press, 1983).
Morita, Akio.  Made in Japan:  Akio Morita and Sony  (New 
  York: E.P. Dutton, 1986).
Moritani, Masanori.  Japanese Technology (Tokyo: Simul Press, 1982).
Morley, John D.  Pictures from the Water Trade (New York: Harper
  and Row, 1985).
Mouer, Ross and Yoshio Sugimoto.  Images of Japanese Society
  (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1986).
Mulder, Frances.  China, Japan, and the Modern World Economy
  (N.Y.: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1977).
Murphy, R. Taggart.  The Weight of the Yen: How Denial Imperils America's
  Future and Ruins an Alliance (New York: W.W. Norton, 1996).
_______.  The Real Price of Japanese Money (London: Weidenfeld and
  Nicolson, 1996).

Nagatomi, Yuiciro, ed.  Masayoshi Ohira's Proposal to Evolve the
  Global Society (Tokyo: Foundation for Advanced Information and
  Research, 1988).
Nakane, Chie.  Japanese Society. (Middlesex, England: Penguin, 1983).
Nishiyama, Chiaki and G.C. Allen.  The Price of Prosperity:  Lessons
  from Japan (London: Institute of Economic Affairs, 1974).
Norbury, Paul and Geoffrey Bownas, eds. Business in Japan
  (Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1980).

Ogura, Takekazu. (ed.)  Can Japanese Agriculture Survive?
  (Tokyo: Agricultural Policy Research Center, 1982).
Oh, Sadaharu and David Faulkner  Sadaharu Oh: A Zen Way of Baseball.
  (New York: Times Books, 1984). 
Ohmae, Ken.  The Mind of the Strategist: The Art of Japanese Business
  (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1982).
_______.  Beyond National Borders: Reflections on Japan
  and the World (Homewood, Illinois: Dow Jones-Irwin, 1987).
Okimoto, Daniel E. (ed.)  Japan's Economy: Coping with Change
  in the International Environment (Boulder, Co.: Westview, 1982).
Okimoto, Daniel and Thomas P. Rohlen (eds.)  Inside the Japanese
  System: Readings in Contemporary Society and Political Economy
  (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1988).
Okita, Saburo.  Japan in the World Economy of the 1980s (Tokyo: University
  of Tokyo Press, 1989).
Okimoto, Daniel I, Takuo Sugano, Franklin B. Weinstein (eds).
  Competitive Edge: The Semiconductor Industry in the U.S. and
  Japan (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1984).
Okimoto, Daniel I.  Between MITI and the Market: Japanese Industrial
  Policy for High Technology (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1989).
Olsen, Edward A.  U.S.-Japan Strategic Reciprocity: A Neo-
	Internationalist View. (Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1985).
Oppenheim, Phillip.  Japan without Blinders--Coming to Terms with
  Japan's Economic Success (Tokyo: Kodansha, 1992).
Orr, Robert M.  The Emergence of JapanŐs Foreign Aid Power (New York:
  Columbia University Press, 1990).
Ouichi, William G.  Theory Z:  How American Business Can Meet
  the Japanese Challenge. (New York: Avon, 1981).
Ozawa, Terutomo.  Multinationalism, Japanese Style: the Political
  Economy of Outward Dependency (Princton: Princeton Univ. Press,
________.  Japan's Technological Challenge to the West, 1950-1974
  (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1974).

Pascale, Richard T. and Anthony Athos.  The Art of Japanese
  Management:  Applications for American Executives (New York:
  Warner, 1981).
Patrick, Hugh T.  Japan's Small Scale Family Enterprise (New York:
  Center on Japanese Economy and Business, Columbia University, 1986).
Patrick, Hugh and Henry Rosovsky (eds.) Asia's Giant; How the
  Japanese Economy Works (Washington D.C.: Brookings, 1976).
Pei, Meg.  Salaryman (New York:  Viking, 1992).
Pharr, Susan J. Political Women in Japan: the Search for Place
  in Political Life (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1981).
________.  Losing Face: Status Politics in Japan (Berkeley: University of
  California Press, 1990).
________ (ed.)  Media and Politics in Japan (Honolulu: University of
  Hawai'i Press, 1996).
Plath, David W. (ed.) (includes contributions by Samuel Coleman, et al.),
  Work and Lifecourse in Japan (Albany: State University of New York
  Press, 1983).
Prestowitz, Clyde V. Jr.  Trading Places:  How We Allowed Japan to Take
  the Lead (New York: Basic Books, 1988).

Purcell, Susan Kaufman and Robert M. Immerman (eds).  Japan and
  Latin America in the New Global Order (Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 1992).

Rauch, Jonathan.  The Outnation: A Search for the Soul of Japan (Boston:  
  Little, Brown, and Co., 1993).
Reingold, Edwin M.  Chrysanthemums and Thorns: The Untold Story of Modern
  Japan (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992).
Reischauer, Edwin O. and Marous B. Jansen.   The Japanese Today:  Change and Continuity 
  (London: The Belknap Press of Harvard University, 1996), 4th ed.
_______.  Japan:  The Story of a Nation (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1970).
Reynolds, David K. Playing Ball on Running Water: The Japanese Way
  to Building a Better Life (New York: Quill, 1984).
Richardson, Bradley M. and Scott C. Flanagan.  Politics in Japan 
  (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., 1984).
Richmond, Frederick W. and  Michael Kahan.  How to Beat the
  Japanese at their Own Game  ( Englewood Cliffs, N.J.:
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Rohlen, Thomas.  For Harmony and Strength (Berkeley, Ca.:
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________.  Japan's High Schools (New York: Columbia University Press, 1983).
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________.  Conflict in Japan (Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 1984).
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Saisho, Yuriko.  Women Executives in Japan: How I Succeeded in
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Sadamoto, Kuni (ed.)  Robots in the Japanese Economy  (Tokyo:
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________.  Inside the Robot Kingdom: Japan, Mechatronics, and the Coming
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Schoppa, Leonard J.  Education Reform in Japan: A Case of
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Schonberger, Richard.  Japanese Manufacturing Techniques Nine
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Sheard, Paul J.  International Adjustment and the Japanese Firm  (Canberra:
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Shibata, Tokue.  JapanŐs Public Sector: How the Government is Financed
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Shimada, Haruo.  JapanŐs ŇGuest WorkersÓ: Economic Issues and Public
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Sidensticker, Edward.  Tokyo Rising: The City Since the Great
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Ward, Robert and Yoshikazu Sakamoto, Democratizing Japan: the
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_______ . Japan's Commercial Empire  (Tokyo: Lotus
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______Nihongo Kyoiku Shisetsu Yoran    (Tokyo: Association for the
  Promotion of Japanese Language Education, 1991) (written in English,
  Chinese, and Japanese) lists 465 approved schools and information about 
  each which teach Japanese.

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