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No. 7: History of Religions
February 2013
N. Frances HIOKI

Silent Dialogue and "Teaism"
A New Perspective on European Missionaries' Experiences of the Way of Tea 茶道 in Late Sixteenth-Century Japan

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No. 6: Political Science
September 2009
Emmanouil Tsatsanis

Global Insecurities and Nationalism in Advanced Industrialized Societies: Evidence from Japan and the United States

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No. 5: International Business and Economics
September 2007
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Ding Lu

The Impact of China's Rising Trading Power on Japanese Industries

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No. 4: International Business and Economics
July 2005
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Emmanuel J. Cheron and Rodi C. Pau

Japanese Consumer Perception of Western Models in Advertising Local Traditional Products

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No. 3: International Business and Economics
September 2003
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Yoshitaka Okada

Decline of the Japanese Semiconductor Industry: Institutional Restrictions and Disintegrated Techno-Governance

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No. 2: International Business and Economics
February 2003
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Richard A. Werner

Post-Crisis Banking Sector Reform and Its Impact on the Macroeconomy

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No. 1: International Business and Economics
December 2002
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Emmanuel Cheron, Ikuo Takahashi, Yutaka Hamaoka and Chang-Ho Oh

Antecedents, Consequences and Mediating Roles of Trust in Relationships between Buyers and Suppliers: A Comparison among North America, Japan and South Korea

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