Readership: Academics and advanced students in the fields of business, economics, law, sociology, and international and oriental studies; MBA students; financial services professionals, company executives, commercial lawyers, and policymakers.
Simon Learmount, Judge Institute of Management, University of Cambridge
"The book is well organized, it is very well written and the argument is clearly laid out." - Enterprise and Society
1: A Review of Corporate Governance Ideas
2: Current Views of Japanese Corporate Governance
3: Carrying-out the Research
4: Japanese Companies and their Shareholders
5: The Company—Main Bank Relationship
6: A Community of Employees
7: Japanese Directors: Elders of the Corporate Community
8: What Can Be Learned?