Professor of Marketing
BA Keio University Economics 1960 MA Keio University Economics 1962 MBA Harvard University 1966 DBA Harvard University 1968
Areas of Expertise:
International Business Strategy; International Trade and Investment; International Transfer of Technology; U.S.-Japan Comparisons of Economic, Industrial, and Corporate Structures
"Fujifilm-Kodak Duopolistic Competition in Japan and the U.S." (with H. Tsurumi). Journal of International Business Studies, 18 (4): 1-21, Fourth Quarter 1999.
Global Management: Business Strategy and Government Policy. Acton, Mass.: Copley Publishing, 1990.
"Labor Relations and Industrial Adjustment in Japan and the U.S.: A Comparative View." Yale Law and Policy Review, 2 (2): 1-12, Spring 1984.
The Japanese Are Coming: A Multinational Interaction of Firms and Politics. Cambridge, Mass.: Ballinger, 1976.
"Two Models of Corporation and International Transfer of Technology." Columbia Journal of World Business, Summer 1976, pp. 12-16.
President, Pacific Basin Center Foundation.
Consulting for International Monetary Fund and multinational corporations.
Advising Japanese, American, and other governments on trade and investment.
Awards, Honors, etc.:
Elected to Honorary Visiting Professorship, Tohoku University, Japan, 2000.
Teaching Excellence Award, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, 1998.
Elected to Archive of Contemporary History ("Hall of Fame" for Economic Thinkers), University of Wyoming, 1984.
Bronfman Award for Distinguished Research, 1969.