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The Learning Process and the Market: The Japanese Capital Goods Sector in the Early Twentieth Century

Tetsuro Nakaoka, January 1994
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Keywords: Japan; capital goods sector; market; learning process; early twentieth century; Hong Kong; Taiwan; machine-tool industry; Alice Amsden; Martin Fransman.

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Abstract:

Professor Tetsuro Nakaoka, formerly of Osaka University, and now of the Faculty of Management, Osaka University of Economics, gave a seminar on Japanese industrial development at the Suntory-Toyota Centre during 1992. Although it was not possible to publish that paper as a STICERD discussion paper, we are extremely grateful to Professor Nakaoka for allowing us to reproduce the present paper. STICERD would also like to express thanks to Dr K Sugihara of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, for assistance with the English version of the paper.