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Title Production networks in East Asia : strategic behavior by Japanese and U.S. firms  
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Name 安藤, 光代  
Kana アンドウ, ミツヨ  
Romanization Ando, Mitsuyo  
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Romanization Arndt, Sven W.  
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Name 木村, 福成  
Kana キムラ, フクナリ  
Romanization Kimura, Fukunari  
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Name Society of Business and Commerce, Keio University  
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Issued (from:yyyy) 2009  
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Name Keio business review  
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Issue 45(2009)  
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Start page 21(1)  
End page 54(34)  
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04534557  
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This paper analyzes the mechanism and features of international production networks, mainly in the machinery sector, focusing on the implications of 
fragmentation and of the role of MNEs in creating and coordinating the activities within the networks. By investigating data of Japanese and U.S. firms in  East Asia and Latin America, we find that regional investment climate is more important in promoting production networks than differences in firm nationalities. In East Asia, both fi rms display very similar patterns in exploiting the international division of labor as well as close links between geographical proximity and arm's length fragmentation, unlike Latin America.
 
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international production networks  

fragmentation  

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Japanese and U.S. firms  
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/ Public / Faculty of Business and Commerce / Keio business review / 44/45(2008/2009)
 
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