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by Jr. Clyde V. Prestowitz

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ISBN:
0465086802
Author:
Jr. Clyde V. Prestowitz
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Economics
Language:
English
Publisher:
Basic Books (May 17, 1988)
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365 pages
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Clyde Prestowitz (born 1941) is the founder and President of the Economic Strategy Institute. He formerly served as counselor to the Secretary of Commerce in the Reagan Administration. He is a labor economist.

Clyde Prestowitz (born 1941) is the founder and President of the Economic Strategy Institute. Prestowitz has written for Foreign Affairs. Prestowitz was born to a family with a conservative Republican and evangelical Christian background and earned a . with honors from Swarthmore College; an .

Trading Places Hardcover – May 17, 1988. by Jr. Clyde V. Prestowitz (Author). A Washington business consultant and former government trade negotiator, Prestowitz here analyzes economic and cultural differences underlying our trade deficit with Japan and the . decline in international markets. He also examines efforts to resolve our free-trade dilemma. Japan is a close-knit, exclusionary society, notes Prestowitz, with no room for . style individualism and little understanding of "fair" competition.

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Clyde Prestowitz, founder and President of the Economic Strategy Institute, served as counselor to the Secretary of Commerce in the Reagan . Trading Places - How We Are Giving Our Future to Japan and How to Reclaim It, 1993.

Clyde Prestowitz, founder and President of the Economic Strategy Institute, served as counselor to the Secretary of Commerce in the Reagan Administration. He is fluent in Japanese, Dutch, German and French. The World Turned Upside Down: The Impact of the Return of India and China to their Historical Global Weight MIT World Video - 04-04-06. In Depth: Tuff Enough? Can the US continue to command the attention of world markets when the dollar is dropping and free trade is flourishing?

Trading Places : How We Are Giving Our Future to Japan and How to Reclaim I. Provides the reader with a look at how, in industry after industry, the Japanese have succeeded in surpassing the United States - and how, wittingly and unwittingly, the US has helped them.

Trading Places : How We Are Giving Our Future to Japan and How to Reclaim It. by Clyde Prestowitz.

By Clyde V. Prestowitz Jr. 365 pp. New York: Basic Books. Not so ''Trading Places

By Clyde V. AMERICA'S ability to hold its own in world markets will surely preoccupy whoever next sits in the Oval Office. Not so ''Trading Places. Mr. Prestowitz was in the trenches as a negotiator in his position as Counselor for Japan Affairs to the Secretary of Commerce from 1981 to 1986, and he writes about hand-to-hand combat between the United States and Japan with great clarity and spirit. And in the best tradition of insider reflections, the book combines some of the passion surrounding events as they happened with the balanced perspective of a thoughtful post-mortem.

Book Discussion with Clyde Prestowitz: The Betrayal of American Prosperity.

Clyde Prestowitz is the founder and President of the Economic Strategy Institute. He is a labor economist YouTube Encyclopedic. Book Discussion with Clyde Prestowitz: The Betrayal of American Prosperity. Planning, Policy and Politics (Conversations with History). 1 Early Life and education. 2 Books & Articles.

Not at all. The Japanese invited thousands of experts to visit-and then sent them home again. We would do well to take the same approach. The Japanese are not our saviors. They are our competitors.

Now we have to cope with the fallout

Now we have to cope with the fallout.

Shows how America is abdicating its future to Japan and offers some practical solutions for reversing this trend, along with providing an inside look at how the Japanese economic system works