The Japanese Television Cartel

A Study Based on "Matsushita v. Zenith"
David Schwartzman
A timely and controversial study of the tactics and impact of Japanese competition on a major American industry

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Praise / Awards

  • "This book will be of interest to all scholars of antitrust policy."
    --Review of Industrial Organization
  • "...[T]his book provides the kind of detail that those not involved in a particular antitrust case rarely get to see. Students of business strategy, antitrust, and international trade policy may wish to observe the process by which a foreign industry penetrated the U.S. market. Because such a process is always ongoing in other industries and countries, there are lessons to be learned."
    --Robert M. Feinberg, Journal of Economic Literature

Product Details

  • 6 x 9.
  • 216pp.
  • figures, tables.
Available for sale worldwide

  • Hardcover
  • 1994
  • Available
  • 978-0-472-10454-3

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  • $85.00 U.S.

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