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Between Miti and the Market, Japanese Industrial Policy for High Technology by Daniel I. Okimoto - Signed First Edition - 1989 - from My Book Heaven (SKU: 58662)

Between Miti and the Market, Japanese Industrial Policy for High Technology

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Between Miti and the Market, Japanese Industrial Policy for High Technology

by Daniel I. Okimoto

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Stanford University Press, 1989. Inscribed and Signed by the author. First Edition. Near Fine book in a Near Fine dust jacket.

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58662
Title
Between Miti and the Market, Japanese Industrial Policy for High Technology
Author
Daniel I. Okimoto
Book condition
Used
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Publisher
Stanford University Press
Date published
1989
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