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Business Issues in Japan´s Economy (AEAS 2207) - Einzelansicht

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Semester SoSe 2024 SWS 2
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Belegungsfristen Registration In-East    27.03.2024 - 04.04.2024   
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Business Issues in Japan’s Economy  (AEAS 2207)
Georg D. Blind, PhD

Addressees
Generally, advanced BA students focusing on Japanese economy and all IN-EAST MA students are welcome to join this course, which is part of the advanced module “International Economic and Business Issues of Japan” (AEAS 2207).

Course description
This course is part II of module AEAS 2207 and aims to add case work experience to the knowledge acquired by attending the lecture “Japan’s Role in Global and Regional Economic Relations ” (part I of AEAS2207).
In their case study research, participants build on their previously acquired skills and knowledge. The selection of case studies is designed to challenge common views and misperceptions through critical inquiry. The course builds on an interactive setting commonly found in the consulting industry with the lecturer coaching participants in group study sessions that precede individual presentations by one week.

Topics addressed (selection, tentative)
The following list builds on main topics of AEAS2207 part I (given in italics)
0.      Common frameworks brought to personal example cases
1.      Japanese business culture: anything special
Case A: „Schindler: A Failure analysis” (liesenkötter
Case B: “Lost in translation: Toyota’s [US] recall scandal”
Case C: “Foreign private equity firms in Japan: The Rules of the game”
2.     Japan’s business culture: anything special? (2/2)
Case A: „CEO compensation”
Case B: “Adult adoptions for business successions”
Case C: “Japanese perfectionism meets American Easygoingism”
3.     Population Ageing and digitalization
“Senior Homes: Financial innovations”
4.     Foreign direct investment  (1/3)
Case A: “Outward M&A: Asahi Beer goes Europe”
Case B: “Outward M&A: Failure analysis Toshiba & Landis+Gyr”
5.     Foreign direct investment (2/3)
Case A: “Inward M&A: J-Phone => Vodafone”
Case B: “Negative FDI: Vodafone => Softbank”
6.     Foreign direct investment (3/3)
Case A: “Greenfield investment: Carrefour 2001”
Case B: “Greenfield investments: IKEA I+II”
7.     Innovation
Case A: „Innovation without Venture Capital: Mitsubishi”
Case B: “Hoso’o kimono: Where incremental innovation can lead”.
8.     Economic relations with East Asia
Case A: “Beyond production outsourcing: Panasonic in China (2012)”
Case B: “Backshoring case: Toyotomi”
9.     Economic relations with US and Europe
Case A: “Going global: Hitachi rail goes Europe”
Case B: “Bringing home US success: Toyota’s Lexus challenge”
10.  Japan’s external monetary economic relations
Case A: „Foreign Exchange Risk: Saizeriya Australia”
Case B: “Blockchain strategy of the BOJ in intl. comparison”
11.  Digitalization
Case (A): “GREE”
Case (B): “Raksul” -

Course type
Seminar, 2 ECTS credit points

Exam type
Full case presentation (20-30 mins and moderation of a 10-15 minute group discussion)
-    Short essay reflecting on own learning process (1-2 pages)

Course outline    
Session 1a: Introduction and case overview
Session 1b: Group study on Cases 1
Session 2a: Presentation Cases 1
Session 2b: Group Study Cases 2
Session 3a: Presentation Cases 2
Session 3b: Group Study Cases 3
Session 4a: Presentation Cases 3
Session 4b: Group Study Cases 4
Session 5a: Presentation Cases 4
Session 5b: Group Study Cases 5
Session 6a: Presentation Cases 5
Session 6b: Wrap-up


Strukturbaum
Die Veranstaltung wurde 5 mal im Vorlesungsverzeichnis SoSe 2024 gefunden:
Ostasienwirtschaft  - - - 1
Economics  - - - 3