Policy implications of foreign business recruitment as an economic development strategy : the case of Japanese automotive investment in the United States
Note:In Economic development review. -- Vol. 6 - no. 3 (Fall 1988)
Summary:Current efforts by Japanese companies to increase their investment stake in the U.S. automotive industry provide a valuable case study to observe how the foreign direct investment process works, and what role economic development officials play in this process in states like Ohio.