Good+ in Good+ dust jacket. Ex-library with call label on DJ's spine. Library markings on top & bottom edges, ffep, and cprt page. The DJ is/was taped to the covers, leaving tape & tape marks. Other than tape marks, binding is clean, sound and unworn. Contents are almost like new. Other than tape marks and call label, extra-durable DJ is clean, complete & unworn.; Gray cloth spine, red lettering. Index. Some charts & graphs in text. 7 b/w photos. Originally published as KUDOKA SURU AMERIKA SANGYO E NO CHOKUGEN in 1986. BUSINESS. "The primary focus of the book is on U. S. -Japanese economic relations, but it afddresses larger issues. My goal has been to serve as a sort of devil's advocate, by challenging everyone in the manufacturing world to reconsider their opinions on the starting points that will best bring about economic health in the future. " "You're probably not going to like what you read in this book. The author, a professor and consultant well-known in Japan, may often seem arrogant, and a description of America's problems may not be what you wanted to hear. So why are we bringing this book to America? Because Karatsu's criticism is absolutely valid. It may be just as unpleasant as castor oil, but the message here is a remedy we need to remove the scales from our eyes. "; 9-1/4" Tall; 157 pages.
Fine in fine dust jacket. Productivity Press, Cambridge, MA, 1987. 1st Ed. (U.S. ), Fine/Fine, Hard Cover, Size=6.5"x9", 157pp(Index). Clean, tight & bright. NO ink names, bookplates, DJ tears etc. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES ALL ARE WELL PACKED WITH CARE!
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