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Reflections In A Distant Mirror: Japanese Corporate Governance Through American Eyes, Ronald J. Gilson
For the last ten years, Japanese corporate governance has served as a distant mirror in whose reflection American academics could better see the attributes of their own system. As scholars came to recognize that the institutional characteristics of the American and Japanese systems were politically and historically contingent, other countries' approaches became serious objects of study, rather than just way stations on the road to convergence. One learned about one's own system from the choices made by others.
As it came to be conceived, the Japanese corporation of the 1980s represented quite a different method of organizing production. Styled ...