Japanese-American Trade Conflict and Supercomputers
Marie Anchordoguy analyzes Japan's strategic trade and industrial policy toward supercomputers and finds them effective in helping create a strong domestic industry. She finds that trade friction between the United States and Japan in supercomputers is primarily the result of structural differences in state and corporate institutions.
Power, Trade, and War, Avery Goldstein Reviewed by Marie Anchordoguy
Japan and Protection, The Growth of Protectionist Sentiment and the Japanese Response, Syed Javed Maswood Reviewed by Marie Anchordoguy
The Public Corporation: A Potent Japanese Policy Weapon, Marie Anchordoguy
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