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  • Conceptual framework for culturally sensitive public health nursing under disasters  [in Japanese]

    Marutani Miki , Harada Nahoko , Takase Kanae , Anzai Yukiko , Okuda Hiroko , Haruyama Sanae

    … <p>A number of global standards have been published against at frequent disaster around the world. … It is said that culturally sensitive public health nursing is necessary in order to adjust the global standards of disaster nursing efficiently to each affected area. …

    Journal of the National Institute of Public Health 68(4), 343-351, 2019


  • The changing structure of the banana industry in the Philippines and its implication on local workers

    Ninebeth S. Carandang

    … This provides opportunities for the local growers to be entrepreneurs and creates a new type of employment pattern based on kinship or relational factor. … At the same time, however, the transformation of employment arrangements challenges the labor conditions of the work force, especially from the points of view of labor standards in the Philippines. … Multiple specifications and pack-type demands of global markets put further pressure on the workers' efficiency and productivity. …

    Forum of international development studies (38), 71-93, 2009-03

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  • Global standards pattern of industrial structure change and revised Petty-Clark's law  [in Japanese]

    吉村 弘

    … aim of this paper is to express quantitatively the global standards pattern of change in industrial structure, thereby to show Revised Petty−Clark's law that includes the back ward bending tendency of the second industry, which means that the composition ratio of the second industry changes to decrease from increase at the ratio of about 40%.And the second is to show implications and examples of application of the standards pattern. …

    Okayama economics review 39(4), 281-302, 2008-03


  • Corporate group strategy of Japanese manufacturers in an age of global competition: how did globalization in accounting standards effect the management style of Japanese manufacturers?

    KAMEI Masayoshi , KISHITA Tetsuhiro

    … The paper preliminarily explains the pattern of business ties in Japan and overviews their history. … A corporate group is a pattern of business ties in which a core (parent) company and its subsidiaries form a business group. …

    The journal of business studies Ryukoku University 47(3), 1-15, 2007-12


  • Global Constitutional Order and Deviant Regimes: The Case of ICC Process:Reciprocal Reconfiguration of International and Domestic Orders

    TOSA Hiroyuki

    … The purpose of this article is to examine the formation process of global constitutional order, in particular its dual structure and its transformation in terms of characters of governmentality by focusing on the case of ICC process. … At the end of 19th century, we could find out a dual structure of global constitutional order where an international society (<i>societas gentium</i>) sharing norms such as <i>jus gentium</i> …

    International Relations 2007(147), 29-47,L7, 2007


  • C-3 The New Capability Based Assessment Framework in Project Management : A unique accreditation modeling implemented in Japan

    Ohara Shigenobu

    … To overcome the difficulty, challenge is still undergone by international team led by Lynn Crawford under the title of global alliance for project management standards. …

    Proceedings of International Association of P2M 2007.Autumn(0), 144-150, 2007


  • The establishment of the national dissemination system of industrial measurement standards in Japan after World War 2: domestic struggle and external pressure  [in Japanese]

    TAKUMA Naoki

    … In the 1990s, Japan undertook to improve its national measurement standards with a view to assisting the country's advanced R&D programs. … This paper shows the importance of industrial measurement standards for corporate R&D, production and maintenance. … The New Standard Code revised at the GATT Uruguay Round required the global harmonization of technical standards and conformity assessment procedures. …

    Journal of history of science, Japan [Series 2] 46(241), 14-24, 2007


    KUBOI Yorimichi , KUBOI Norihiro , HARADE Hisahiro

    … Waste incineration standards have been tightened recently as there has been a growing interest in the environmental issues such as dioxin disposal and illegal disposal of wastes. …

    Proceedings of the Symposium on Global Environment (13), 37-42, 2005


  • Factor Amalyses on Productivity in Japan : Towards Globalization, Marketization and IT investment  [in Japanese]

    丸尾 直美

    … Japan was required to introduce a marketized economy at global level as well as the so-called global standards so as to be able to compete on an equal footing with other countries in international markets. … Those analyses suggest that those companies that adapted positively to the market economy and the American way of management developed better than those companies that had adhered to the Japanese pattern of management. …

    Bulletin of policy and management,Shobi-Gakuen University (5), 33-60, 2003-03


  • Built-in-Tradeoffs : Asiatic Ethics vs. Anglo-Saxon Rationality

    Kuribayashi Satoshi

    … Within a framework of economic analysis, an emphasis is placed on contrasting traditional, but still prevalent, Asiatic ethics, behavioral pattern and values, with Anglo-Saxon efficiency and rationality in economic management. … Recently the latter has been sometimes termed a main constituent of 'global standards' by the major players in the world-wide financial market. …

    Information and communication studies (21), 1-22, 1999-01-01


  • Research and Development Capabilities of the NIES  [in Japanese]

    Hayashi Takabumi

    … Will the historical process of transition from Pax Britannica to Pax Americana follow a similar pattern of transition in the 21st century, from Pax Americana to another polarized system, or will we see a shift toward a multipolar system? … The historical emergence of the NIES alters the global hegemony of countries that possess the level of productivity prescribed by the times, i.e., the prescribed capacity for technological development. …

    Bulletin of Research Institute of Economic Science, College of Economics, Nihon University 24, 55-69, 1997-03-25

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