Corporate Capitalism in Japan by Hiroshi Okumura (auth.)

By Hiroshi Okumura (auth.)

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Thus, in Japan, innovations are observed in quick succession or gregariously. For example, a committee for atomic energy was formed in the Mitsubishi group in 1955 and then in both the Mitsui and the Sumitomo group in 1956. On the basis of these committees, companies named Mitsubishi Introduction lv Atomic Power Industry and Japan Atomic Power Enterprise were established in 1958 by Mitsubishi and Mitsui, respectively, followed by Sumitomo atomic power industry in 1959. The same story was repeated soon after this with reference to the petrochemical industry.

These two together would perhaps make a second Tokyo University. (4) includes five former imperial universities (Tokoku, Kyushu, Hokkaido, Osaka and Nagoya) and Kobe, this last being a comprehensive university, comparable with Osaka and Nagoya, established after the war on the basis of a college of commerce in Kobe with other institutions. The universities in category (5) are influential in their respective localities but have not yet established a nationwide reputation. , Waseda is far less influential than Keio as far as the business world is concerned.

The general patterns of Tables 3 and 4 xliv Introduction Table 3 Educational backgrounds of executives of the six enterprise groups, 1992 (unit: %) State universities Private universities Others Totals (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (A) (B) Mitsubishi Mitsui Sumitomo Fuyo DK Sanwa 36 25 29 28 22 15 06 07 20 06 06 16 15 09 07 10 07 05 11 15 19 14 13 18 06 09 06 09 12 16 17 26 10 21 22 10 06 06 06 08 12 12 3 3 4 6 7 8 68 56 75 58 48 54 85 82 85 79 70 64 Average 25 10 09 15 10 17 09 5 59 76 Note: (1) Tokyo, (2) Kyoto, (3) Hitotsbashi-TIT, (4) major state universities, (5) other national and municipal universities, (6) Keio-Waseda, (7) other private universities, (8) others.

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