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Author: Jon Woronoff
ISBN: 0870405098
Pages: 296 pages
Publisher: Lotus Press; 4th edition (1982)
Language: English
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e-Book Japan's Wasted Workers epub download

by Jon Woronoff



Japan's Wasted Workers has been added to your Cart. The book is full of references and figures, enough to convince almost everyone that the myth of the supreme efficiency and devotion of the Japanese worker is no more than a myth

Japan's Wasted Workers has been added to your Cart. The book is full of references and figures, enough to convince almost everyone that the myth of the supreme efficiency and devotion of the Japanese worker is no more than a myth. The Japanese reader will learn as much from this as the foreign reader.

Japan's Wasted Workers Paperback – 1983. Book by Woronoff, Jon. by. Jon Woronoff (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

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Periodically Jon Woronoff wrote his own books, first on Africa, then on Asia. Inside Japan, Inc. (1982). Japan's Wasted Workers (1983).

His primary work has been "historical dictionaries" on various subjects. Periodically Jon Woronoff wrote his own books, first on Africa, then on Asia. Most notable among these are the books on Japanese economics, business, and society. His critical approach clashed with conventional wisdom in the 1980s and 90s when Japan was often considered a ‘miracle’ economy.

Japan's wasted workers. Are you sure you want to remove Japan's wasted workers from your list? Japan's wasted workers. Published 1983 by Allanheld, Osmun in Totowa, NJ. Written in English.

Many fawning observers attribute Japan's success to that good . Authors and Affiliations. Cite this chapter as: Woronoff J. (1996) Japan’s Wasted Workers.

Many fawning observers attribute Japan's success to that good old-fashioned virtue hard work. It is not surprising, they say, that Japan has done so well when its labor force works so hard  . In: The Japanese Economic Crisis. Palgrave Macmillan, London. High productivity, lifetime employment and cooperative workers have played an important part in Japanese success. But there are also old-fashioned managements (especially in offices), less than eager workers, overstaffed enterprises (particularly in services and public enterprises), hidden unemployment, and corporate bureaucratization. Women are discriminated against, underpaid and underused.

Personal Name: Woronoff, Jon. Uniform Title . Download book Japan's wasted workers, Jon Woronoff online for free. Uniform Title: Maboroshi no han®ei, Nippon.

"The book is full of references and figures, enough to convince almost everyone that the myth of the supreme efficiency and devotion of the Japanese worker is no more than a myth. The Japanese reader will learn as much from this as the foreign reader." -- Daily Yomiuri