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Managing the response to industrial decline: an occasional paper / by Joseph L. Bower. Format Book Published [Washington, DC]: British-North American Committee: Available from National Planning Association,  Description iv, 28 p.
; 22 cm. Uniform series. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bower, Joseph L. Managing the response to industrial decline. [Washington, DC]: British-North American Committee: Available from National Planning Association, . Managing Decline examines the impact of coal mine closures in Yubari City, Hokkaido, once one of Japan's most prosperous coal-producing cities, and asks how Japanese culture has influenced the enactment of and response to industrial policy for restructuring in this by: 5.
Managing Industrial Decline examines the dramatic decline of the British coal industry through the lens of comparative business history, challenging the prevailing belief that the industry's decline was due primarily to global economic factors and instead demonstrating that entrepreneurial failings of individual coal firms contributed significantly to the problem.
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