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.
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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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