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Japanese Manufacturers in Australia: Analysing Their Quality Evaluation and Employee Participation

Bayari, Celal (2010): Japanese Manufacturers in Australia: Analysing Their Quality Evaluation and Employee Participation. Published in: Annual Convention of Japanese Association of Administrative Science Proceedings , Vol. 13, (12 October 2010): pp. 369-374.

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Abstract

The characteristics of Japanese transnational automotive and electronic manufacturers in their overseas operations form a major topic of analysis.

This paper discusses the data from Japanese electronics and automotive (auto and auto parts) manufacturers that were subjects of the author’s research in Australia.

Dunning’s ‘eclectic paradigm’ has been applied herein, as a theoretical framework of transnational behaviour, to the previous analyses of Japanese manufacturers in Australia.

The paper argues that the concentration of foreign investment by the transnationals of a country in the host is primarily a manifestation of their respective gross domestic products and the bilateral trade.

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