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APEC Study Center Series Network Institutions FY 1995/1996

APEC Study Center Series

Universities and Institutions in the Network and Authors and Titles of Working Papers (FY 1995/1996)


Kobe University

No. 1
Susumu Hondai and Atsushi Murakami, "Organizational Arrangements of Production among Small- and Medium-Scale Enterprises in Japan and Indonesia". / (shondai@rose.rokkodai.kobe-u.ac.jp)
No. 2
Shigeyuki Abe and Kazuhiro Igawa, "APEC and Intra-Industry Trade: Japan's Role".(abe@white.rieb.kobe-u.ac.jp)
No. 3
Young Rin Cho, "The Price for APEC Membership: The Cost of Structural Adjustment". / (chokobeu@rose.rokkodai.kobe-u.ac.jp)
No. 4
Robert K. McCleery and Shoji Nishijima, "Regional Trade Groupings and the National Interest of Japan and the United States: Perspectives on Trade Agreements with Asian and Latin American Countries". / (nisijima@white.rieb.kobe-u.ac.jp)
No. 5
Nobuyoshi Nishizawa, "Human Elements in Development: The Implication of Social Development". / (nisizawa@rose.rokkodai.kobe-u.ac.jp)
No. 6
Toshihisa Toyoda, "Interpreting the Kobe Enterprise Zone as an Import and Investment Promoting Device". / (toyoda14@rose.rokkodai.kobe-u.ac.jp)
No. 7
Seiichi Fujita, "Yen Area in Asia?: An Analytical Framework". / (fujita@rose.rokkodai.kobe-u.ac.jp)
No. 8
Yumiko Okamoto, "Liberalization and Economic Growth: Implications for APEC". / (okamotoy@rose.rokkodai.kobe-u.ac.jp)

Nagoya University

No. 1
Hiroshi Kakazu, "Changing Agricultural Environments with Particular Emphasis on Cereal Production China".
No. 2
Yuko Arayama, Fumio Yoshino and Teru Miyanaga, "Economic Growth and Environment in APEC Countries. Part 1: The Effects of Technological Progress on Consumption, Capital and Environment, Part 2: Environmental Protection in Malaysia and Singapore
No. 3
Mitsuo Ezaki, Souich Ito and Ken Itakura, "Inflation and Price Competitiveness in China"
No. 4
Soshich Kinoshita, "Modeling the Economic Interdependence through Trade among the Asia Pacific Economies".
No. 5
Hiroshi Osada, "APEC and Indonesia: Impacts of Liberalization Policies on the Manufacturing Industries and the Problems in the Future".

Hitotsubashi University

No. 1
Ippei Yamazawa, S. Nakayama and H. Kitamura, "Asia Pacific Cooperation in Energy and Environment".
No. 2
Ippei Yamazawa. "APEC Osaka Agenda and Japan's Role".
No. 3
Hidenobu Okuda and Fumiharu Mieno, "The Impact of Financial Liberalization Policy on ASEAN Commercial Banks: A Case Study of Thai Commercial Banks".
No. 4
Fumiharu Mieno, "Government Intervention to Promote the Entry of Formal Credit into the Rural Financial Market in Thailand: Some Finding from the Cost and Profit Structure of Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC)
No. 5
Giovanni Capannelli. "Industrial Relocation and Technology Transfer: Japanese Consumer Electronic Firms in Malaysia".
No. 6
John Gilbert, "The Effect of Trade Policy on the Location of Processing and Welfare for the New Zealand Forestry Industry".
No. 7
Ippei Yamazawa and Akihito Asano, "Trade-Investment and Productivity Nexus in Asia Pacific: Review of Existing Studies".
No. 8
Ippei Yamazawa, T. Atsumi, C. Beh, J. Gilbert and N. Uehara, "APEC Liberalization and Impediment Survey of Japan: A Preliminary Report".
No. 9
John Gilbert, "An Overview of Factors Affecting Domestic-Import Price Differentials in the Japanese Forestry Industry".

Hiroshima University

No. 1
Shoichi Yamashita. "Technology Transfer for Upgrading the National Capabilities of Technology Absorption".
No. 2
Johzen Takeuchi, "Japanese Business Activity in Thailand: Its Presence and Performance".
No. 3
Tatsuo Kimbara, "The Impact of Inter-organizational Relationships on the Technological Development of SMCs: Japanese Experience and Its Application to ASEAN Countries".
No. 4
Yoshifumi Ueda, "Privatization in Malaysia".
No. 5
Miki Ishida, "The Informal Credit Market and Monetary Policy in Developing Countries".
No. 6
Tetsuo Hamauzu, "IPP in Japan and Thailand".
No. 7
Shunji Matsuoka, "Japan's ODA and Environmental Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific Region".

Waseda University

(c/o Professor Shujiro Urata, 1-6-1 Nishiwaseda, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 169-8050, JAPAN TEL: +81-3-3203-4141, FAX: +81-3-3203-8217)
No. 1
Mireya Solis, "Industrial Adjustment and Outward Investment: A U.S.-Japan Comparison".
No. 2
Mireya Solis, "The Political Economy of Capital Outflows in Japan: Government Policy towards Outward Investment".
No. 3
Masahiko Gemma, "The Rice Economies in East Asia : The Case of Taiwan".
No. 4
Shujiro Urata, "Japanese Foreign Direct Investment and Technology Transfer in Asia".
No. 5
Michio Yamaoka, "PBEC, PECC and APEC".
No. 6
Shujiro Urata and Hiroki Kawai, "Changes in the Comparative Advantages of Japanese Manufacturing and Their Determinants".