Kazuro Saguchi

University of Tokyo - Faculty of Economics

7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku

Tokyo 113-0033

Japan

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Scholarly Papers (3)

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Corporate Organization in Japan and the United States: Is There Evidence of Convergence?

Number of pages: 62 Posted: 28 Jun 2004
Sanford M. Jacoby, Emily M. Nason and Kazuro Saguchi
University of California, Los Angeles, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Anderson School of Management and University of Tokyo - Faculty of Economics
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The Role of the Senior Hr Executive in Japan and the United States: Companies, Countries, and Convergence

Number of pages: 26 Posted: 03 Feb 2003
Sanford M. Jacoby and Kazuro Saguchi
University of California, Los Angeles and University of Tokyo - Faculty of Economics
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Corporate governance, convergence, human resource management, employment, employees

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The Role of the Senior Hr Executive in Japan and the United States: Employment Relations, Corporate Governance, and Values

Number of pages: 35 Posted: 25 Mar 2005
Sanford M. Jacoby, Emily M. Nason and Kazuro Saguchi
University of California, Los Angeles, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - Anderson School of Management and University of Tokyo - Faculty of Economics
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Japan Meets the Sharing Economy: Contending Frames

Posted: 04 Jan 2021 Last Revised: 05 Jan 2021
Lucas College and Graduate School of Business, Graduate School of Economics, the University of Tokyo, University of California, Los Angeles, Saitama University - Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences and University of Tokyo - Faculty of Economics

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Japan, institutional change, deregulation, framing, Uber, Airbnb, sharing economy, taxis, gig workers, regulatory politics, Shinzo Abe, transportation, political economy