Is the Japanese Distribution System Becoming More Accessible to Foreign Firms?

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Ralf bebenroth; Nir Kshetri; Reinhard Hunerberg;
  • Subject: Japan, Distribution system, Institutional inertia, Business networks

Complexities in the Japanese distribution system are well-publicized. An emerging body of literature has documented recent changes in the Japanese distribution system. In this paper, it is examined whether foreign firms' accessibility to the Japanese distribution system... View more
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