Foreign Direct Investment in Japan presents an in depth examination of latest developments of inward overseas direct funding (FDI) and their impression on the Japanese financial system. Historically a lot much less open to overseas commerce and funding than different main economies, Japan skilled an unprecedented bounce in FDI inflows across the flip of the millennium. This ebook seems on the profound modifications in Japan that made this bounce potential and considers overseas corporations’ potential contribution to productiveness and general financial development. Detailed case research illustrate that in sure sectors the presence of overseas corporations already is a key issue shaping trade dynamics. Yet, regardless of latest modifications, resistance to inward FDI stays sturdy and the federal government might do rather more if it have been dedicated to attracting FDI. Overall, Japan continues to look reluctant to embrace totally, and due to this fact appears unlikely to learn much more considerably from, globalization.
- Accounts for vital new developments since 2000
- Will be of curiosity to grasp’s-level college students and researchers
- Builds on analysis supplies out there in English and Japanese and combines this with vital authentic analysis