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2 . 1989 ., , , , , , (What sort of peace in Heisei?, Economist, January 14, 1989). - .: Encyclopedia of Japan (Tokyo: Kodansha Publishing House) Jmperial Regalia. . [239], p. 124-131.

3 , [443], p. 201.

, . , , , , . , , , , . , , . , , , , . . Womansword. What Japanese Words Jay About Women [442] . , , . , , : , . , , (. [28]).

4 Re Boesky: Suddenly the First Yets Bigger, Business Week, March 2, 1989.

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5 Re Klaus Fucks: [411], p. 263-264.

6 Cuba (United Artist, 1979).

7 : Real Time Creates Smart Flight Simulators, Richard E. Morly and Todd Leadbeater, Defence Science, November, 1988.

3.

1 , . , , , The Art of the Deal . . . , , . . .: Jacocca for President?, Washington Post, December 13, 1987, Starwatch (column by Jeannie Williams), USA Today, October 26, 1989.

2 80- , , .: The World caches Takeover Fever, New York Times, May 21, 1989, Attack on Corporate Europe, The Times (London), October 1, 1989. . [73] [127].

3 , : America's Sixty Families, New Republic, November 17, 1937. The Forbes Four Hundred, H.Seneker. et. al., Forbes, October 23, 1989.

4 : Move Over Boone, Carl, and IRV Here Cames Labor, Bisiness Week. December 14, 1987.

5 : [539], p. 34-37, 50-51; [537], p. 70-71, 164-167, 170-171; [588], p. 10-11 [206], p. 64.

6 : .

7 . , 1984.

8 Ross Perot and GM: [123], p. 280-290.

9 , : The Last Emperor, Euromoney, October, 1988. [95].

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10 .: Europe's Buyout Bulge, New York Times, October 6, 1989. , , , , .

11 A Success Story Turns Sour, Financial Times, February, 1989.

12 [64], . 37.

4. :

1 . : Lenin Faulted on State Terror, and a Soviet Taboo Is Broken, New York Times, June 8, 1988.

2 [108], . 212-213; [122], . 7 55-63.

3 Violence at Motorola in Korea, Financial Times, December 31, 1988.

4 Firms Gang Up to Quiet Stockholder Meeting Louts, Japan Economic Journal, July 2, 1988; also, Japan's Sokaiya Fail to Trap Juiciest Prey, Financial Times, June 27, 1989.

5 Japanese Fund Manager Found Buried in Concrete, Financial Times, October 19, 1988.

6 : Shadow Syndicate, by Kai Herrman, 20/20 (London) February, 1990; and No Vacancy: Soaring Land Prices in Japan Slam Door on Housing Market, Wall Street Jornal, October 13, 1987.

7 : Nippon Steal, by Eamonn Fingleton, Euromoney, October, 1988.

8 Snakes Alive in Korean Cinemas, Financial Times, October 5,1989.

9 : [313], p. 167168.

10 Silkwood: The Story Behind the Story, New Statesman, May 4, 1984.

11 .: [546], p. 31.

12 : Takeshita Hears the Thud of the Axes, Economist, Febrary 18, 1989, and Will the Recruit Scandal Just Go Away?, Business Week, June 12, 1989.

German scandal: A Deadly Game of Dirty Tricks, Newsweek, October 26, 1987. Flso, A Pair of Bad Smells, Economist, October 17, 1987.

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13 , : A Pinball Bribery Scandal Rocks 2 Japanese Political Parties, New York Times, October 13, 1989; Pinball Scandal Nhreatens Political Upsets in Japan, Financial Times, October 12, 1989.

5. : , ... ,

1 .: [544], . 12, 49, 176-177, 191, 213-214, 236-240, 255-258, 354, 396, 403. [106], . 13, 82, 98-99, 114, 125127, 173, 312, ; [84], . 99; [541].

2 , , . , , , , , , , . .: Bearing Dawn on Milken, by David Frum, National Review, March 19, 1990; : How Mike Milken Made a Billion Dollars and Changed the Face of American Capitalism, by Edward Jay Epstein, Manhattan ink., September, 1987. . : [92], p. 14-17, 232-233, 236-238; A shat With Michael Milken, by Allan Sloan Forbes, July 13, 1987; Milken's Salary Is One for Record Books, Wall Street Journal/Europe, April 3, 1989; Lynch Law, by Andrew Marton, Regardie's March 1990; and Caught Up in a Morality Tale, by Richard Starr, Insight, March 5, 1990.

3 : [589], p. 124-125.

4 : Move Over Boone, Carl, and IRV Here Comes Labor Bisiness Week, December 14, 1987; also The Mercenary Messiah Strirs Again, by Mark Feinberg, In These Times, June 7-20, 1989.

5 - : A New Revolution in the U.S. Class Structure and Labor Force, Fortune, April, 1958.

6 : How Milken Machine Financed Companies, Takeover Raids, Los Angeles Times, March 30, 1989; also High-Stakes Drama at Revlon, New York Times, November 11, 1985; A Chat with Michael Milken, by Allan Sloan, Forbes,

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July 13, 1987; and Junk Bond Genius Inspires Loyalty From Some, Hostility From Others, Los Angeles Times, March 30, 1989.

7 : Junk Bond King Milken Indicted for Slock Fraud, Los Angeles Times, March 30; also Predator's Fall, Time, February 26, 1990, on the collapse of drexel; Lynch Law, by Andrew Marton. Regardie's, March, 1990.

8 .: Junk Bonds A Positive Force in the Market, New York Times, November 23, 1987.

9 : [83], p. 350.

10 Re breaking up rather than agglomerating: author interview with Milken; also with Dean Kehler, Managing Director, Investment and Banking, of now-defunct Drexel Burnham Lambert. See also The New Buy-Out Binge, Newsweek, August 24, 1987.

11 .: A Chat With Michael Milken, by Allan Sloan, Forbes, July 13, 1987. Also Milken and Kehler interviews with author.

12 Salomon: [92], p. 352 356-359.

13 : Can the Thrifts be Salvaged?, Newsweek, August 21, 1989; Up to $100 Billion Extra Sought for S&L Rescues, Los Angeles Times, November 1, 1989.

14 : What Moves E[change Rates, a brilliant analysis by Kenichi Ohmae in Japan Times, July 29, 1987.

15 : Concept of a Central Bank Gains Support in Europe, New York Times, June 13, 1989.

6. :

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5 : Smart Cards: Pocket Power, Newsweek, July 31, 1989; Economist, April 30, 1988.

6 : A New Technology Emerges on the World Stage, French Advances in Science and Technology (newsletter), Summer 1986; . Bull's Smart Cards Come Up Trumps, Financial Times, September 30, 1987.

7 61 , : Smart Cards: Pocket Power, Newsweek, July 31, 1989.

8 NTT: Putting Smart Money On Smart Cards, Economist, August 27, 1988.

9 : Smart Cards: Pocket Power, Newsweek, July 31, 1989.

10 : Debit Cards for Pupils to Use in Cafeterias, Susan Dillingham, Insight, August 21, 1989.

11 : U.S. Plans Wide Use of Credit Cards, New York Times, March 1, 1989.

12 : , .

13 : Designer Currency Dangers, David Kilburn, Business Tokio, May, 1988.

14 O : A State of Siege for Corporate Korea, Michael Berger, Billion Magazine (Hong Kong), September, 1989.

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7. -!

1 : Statistical Abstract of the United States 1989 (U.S. Department of Commerce), p. 376.

2 : Flat Manufacturing Employment for 1990's, Michael K. Evans and R.D.Norton, Industry Week, October 2, 1989; The Myth of U.S. Manufacturing, Los Angeles Times, October 22, 1989.

3 * : America's Destiny Is in Danger, June-Collier Mason, Industry Week, June 6, 1988.

4 : End Sought to Barriers to Trade in Services, New York Times, October 25, 1989.

5 : Exports of Services Increase to $560 bn, Financial Times, September 15, 1989.

6 CD-ROM (Compact Disc Read-Only Memory -, ): HP and Ford Motors, John Markoff, Windows, vol. 1, no 1, Fall 1987.

7 CSX: , Sea-Land Service, Inc.

8 : - (Donald F. Klein).

9 GenCorp: The (New) Flat Earth Society Gathers in Shelbyville, Brian S. Moskal, Industry Week, October 2, 1989.

10 : Is There a British Miracle?, Financial Times, June 16, 1988.

11 Orio Giarini cm. [100]; E.Loebl [125]; Henry K.H. Woo [167]. .: Walter A. Weisskopf, Reflections on Uncertainty in Economics, The Geneva Papers, vol. 9, no. 33, October, 1984.

12 : From Trade to Global Wealth Creation, Thinknet Commission special issue, Project Promethee Perspectives, no. 4, Paris, December, 1987.

8.

1 : [480], . 282-283, 338; . Capitalism Plus Math:It All Adds Up., Los Angeles Times, May 13, 1989.

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2 : Manufacturing: The New Case for Vertical Integration, Ted Kumpe and Piet T. Bolwijn, Harvard Business Review, March-April, 1988. . Kicking Down the Debt, Time, November 7, 1988, Customized Goods Aim at Mass Market, Japan Economic Journal, October 1, 1988.

3 : Materials Battle Heats Up, Thomas M. Rohan, Industry Week, October 2, 1989; Plastics and Ceramics Replace Steel as the Sinews of War, New York Times, July 18, 1989; Project Forecast II, Assault Systems, vol. 1, no. 1.

4 : [518], p. 166173.

5 GE: Electronic Data Exchange: A Leap of Faith, Neal E. Boudette, Industry Week, August 7, 1989.

6 1,3 . : Throwing Away the Paper-Based System, Financial Times, April 26, 1989.

7 : .

8 : EDI, Barcoding Seen the Way to Save Millions, Daily News Record, March 11, 1987.

9 NHK Spring Company: Just in Time Computers, Peter Fuchs, et al., Business Tokyo, May 1988.

10 : .

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9.

1 Bic Gillett: (Tom Johnson), , (Nolan Norton & ); : Gillett Company Annual Report, 1988, [136], p. 69-73.

2 : (Tom Johnson), Marketing's New Look, Business Week, January 26, 1987.

3 : (Harold Juckett), (Uniform Code Council, Inc.). . UPC History , .

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4 International Article Numbering Association (lANA).

5 (shelf-space) : Supermarkets Demand Food Firms' Payments Just to Get on the Shelf, Wall Street Journal, November 1, 1988; Want Shelf Space at the Supermarket? Ante Up, Business Week, August 7, 1989; Stores Often Paid to Stock New Items, USA Today, August 26, 1987.

6 : . (Kavin W. Moody), - .

7 , : (Tom Johnson), , (Nolan Norton & ); . At Today's Supermarket, The Computer is Doing It All, Business Week, August 11, 1986.

8 : At Today's Supermarket, The Computer is Doing It All, Business Week, August 11, 1986.

9 Toys-R-Us: Stores Rush to Automate for the Holidays, New York Times, November 28, 1987.

10 Wal-Mart: (Tom Johnson); . Make That Sale, Mr. Sam, Time, May 18, 1987.

11 (Max Hopper), - American Airlines, . [112], p. 45.

12 (Mami) [163], .. Automating Distribution: Revolution in Distribution, Retailing and Financial Services, , , (Alex Stewart) Baring Securities Ltd., London, 1987.

13 : ( Johnson); . At Today's Supermarket, the Computer is Doing It All, Business Week, August 11, 1986, Electronic Prices (George Nobbe) Omni, November, 1987.

14 : ( Johnson).

15 : [163].

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16 : Small Stores and Those Who Service Them in Times of Structural Change, Japan Times, July 13, 1983.

10. -

1 [585], . 102-103.

2 ISDN . AT&T, Datamation, October 1, 1987. .

3 (Du Pont) (Sara Lee): When Strategy Meets Technology . (Thrse R. Welter) Industry Week, December 14, 1987.

4 PC (International Data Corporation), , MS-DOS, low-end hobby ( ) .

5 Western Union . : [494], [585], . 108.

6 Western Union AT&T . [494], . 34-35.

7 : (Antony Rutkowski), , (), Rewiring the World Economist, October 17, 1987.

8 : [164], . XXII XXIII.

9 : Goverment Researchers Work to Nail Down Building Blocks for Neural Networks, Defense News, January 11, 1988.

10 (Minitel) .: Telenel Newsletter 5 (1985, (Facts and Figures)), France Telecom (); Teletel Newsletter 2 (); France Hooked on Minitel, Financial Times, December 13, 1989. (Manuel Barbero), France Telecom International ( ); (Oliver Duval), Etudes Systmes et Logiciels () [501] .

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11 (Sabre): , - American Airlines.

12 , : Rewiring the World, Economist, October 17, 1987; Competition Endangering Small VAN Operators, Japan Economic Journal, April 2, 1987.

11.

1 Nipon Life: Networking Global Finace, Business Tokyo, May, 1988; Japanese Networks Expand After Deregulation, (Robert ), Datamation, November 1, 1987.

2 Dai-Ichi Meiji Insurance: Japanese Networks Expand After Deregulation, (Robert ), Datamation, November 1, 1987.

3 Burlington Industries: [505], p. 49.

4 : Electronic Data Interchange: A Leap of Faigh (Neal E. Boudette), Industry Week, August 7, 1989; Auto ID & EDI: Managing in the 90's, Industry Week, August 24, 1989.

5 (Shiseido): [163], p. 10.

6 : (Monroe Greenstein), Bear, Stearns and Co., Inc. (-) [163], p. 10-13.

7 Origin of the Species . (. Gralla) ޻. January/February 1988; [112], . 46-49.

8 : [163], . 9, 12-13, 23.

9 MITI to Establish Oil Information Network, Japan Economic Journal, December 26, 1987.

10 Woolcom Move in Paperless Trading 'Predatory Pricing' Push for Closer Links, Financial Review (), September 4, 1989.

11 Spreading the Bar Code Gospel, Women's Wear Daily, September, 1986; Auto ID & EDI: Managing in the 90's, Industry Week, August, 1989; Apparel Makers Shift Tactics, New York Times, September 21, 1987.

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