The use of annotated bibliography is important since it helps in doing research on a particular topic to ensure one covers the points and essential concepts, about the topic on research. In addition, to comprehend about the sources of works cited in the finding.
Anthony S. Rausch Place branding in rural Japan: Cultural commodities as local brands, Monash University, 29 January 2008.
Global Business Cultural Analysis of JapanBrian C. Satterlee (2009) Cross border point ISBN 13: 978-1-934748-03-9Cross border, point offers reader the required information and skill required in order to succeed in the international business. The written analysis compiled in four dimensions, observation analysis, and explanation of key points, theoretical analysis, and political perspective. Cross border considered as business without that has no boundary and it should conduct it in a transparent ways. There are factors that influence global market that is global politics, economics, cultural differences, social influences, and religion. In the religion where global market conducted a research on religion and language are the two major elements in realizing them. This is because the two elements affect business operation directly. For example, language is important part of communication; business requires communication for transactions to take place.Vesa Peltokorpi (2008) the International Journal of Human Resource Management: Cross-cultural adjustment of expatriates in Japan. Vol. 19, No. 9, 1588–1606.This study is a reflection of cross-cultural experiences from expatriates who offers their services in Japan. The study explains the social, cultural, and emotional instability that an investor meets in Japan. The key points in this study is the cross cultural in Japan reason being there have cases over the alleged discrimination for individual who work for international companies in Japan.Chee, w. chow, yutaka kato & kenneth, a. merchant, (1996). The use of organizational control and their effects on data manipulation and management popia: a Japan vs. U.S. comparison, 03613682(95)0003&5this is a research comparison between two-nation feature merchant company Toshiba and with anonymous company from United States. The research findings were relative to the U.S Company with Toshiba result subjected to a procedural management. There have been several study proposals that have been developing to enable multi-national culture in order to developed global businesses in Japan.
Mike Millard 2000. Leaving japan; observations on the dysfunctional U.S.-japan relationship, London
The both as depicted n by the author expounds on the personal experience and explains the relations of the japan and US, which argues based on economic aspect. The article states the economical; aspect of culture in the world.
The article tries to explain on the issues, based on background on the relation to U.S.A and Japan. The cultural aspect pertaining the economical concept adopted and plays an important role The article by Simons, Lewis M. in the relationship of USA and Japan there cultural diversity grows since the two countries in business.
Hanley, S. B. (1997). Everyday things in premodern Japan: The hidden legacy of material culture. Berkeley, Calif: University of California Press
Shelley, R., Yong, T. C., & Mok, R. (2002). Japan. New York: Marshall Cavendish
The bestselling guide to doing business in more than 60 countries. Avon, Mass: Adams Me
Ellington, L. (2009). Japan. Santa Barbara, Calif: ABC-CLIO
Nishiyama, K. (2000). Doing business with Japan: Successful strategies for intercultural communication. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.
Manzenreiter, W., & Horne, J. (2004). Football goes east: Business, culture and the people's game in China, Japan and South Korea. London: Routledge.
Heng, D. T. S., & Aljunied, S. M. K. (2011). Singapore in global history. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Dunfee, T. W., & Nagayasu, Y. (1993). Business ethics: Japan and the global economy. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
Fernandez, J. P., & Barr, M. (1993). The diversity advantage: How American business can out-perform Japanese and European companies in the global marketplace. New York: Lexington Books
McNeil, F. (1994). Democracy in Japan: The emerging global concern. New York: Crown Publishers.
National Research Council (U.S.)., & Nihon Gakujutsu Shinkōkai. (1998). Global economy, global technology, global corporations: Reports of a joint task force of the National Research Council and the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science on the rights and responsibilities of multinational corporations in an age of technological interdependence. Washington, D.C: National Academy Press.
Hill, C. W. L. (2009). International business: Competing in the global marketplace. Boston: McGraw-Hill/Irwin.