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This article has two main objectives: to assess and compare the profitability of Japanese and American firms and industries during the latter half of the 1980s; and to explore the relationship… (More)
■ This study uses Analysis of Variance to assess and compare the profitability of large German, Japanese, and American industrial firms over the 1984-90 period.
A survey of the western shores of False Bay, Cape Peninsula, South Africa (34°5′S, 18°26′W–34°9′S, 18°29′W) was undertaken to determine patterns and intensities of human utilization over a one-year… (More)
Blaine attributes the U.S. trade deficit to the declining capacity of the United States to satisfy domestic demand for manufactured products with domestic production. Every year, more Americans buy… (More)
ABSTRACT This paper attempts to determine whether Japanese companies “smooth” (i.e., reduce variations in) their financial results. It has three major objectives: (1) to establish a “motive” which… (More)
The Blackbelt Prairie soils (about 2 million acres) are predominately heavy, expanding clays and are highly erosive when pulverized. Topography ranges f rom level t o sloping and is classified as… (More)