Essays about: "japanese consumers"

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  1. 1. A comparative study between EU and Japanese Competition Law. Abuse of a dominant position – exploitative abuses –

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Juridiska institutionen

    Author : Ioana Nicolae; [2015]
    Keywords : Japan; competition law; EU; exploitative abuse; abuse of dominant position; private monopolization; article 102; The Anti Monopoly Act; dominant position; substantial restraint of competition; Law and Political Science;

    Abstract : The competition policy is an area of law that moulds itself according to the structure of the society and evolves by habitually adjusting to the dynamics of the national economies. Due to various historical contexts as well as to the distinct economic systems, the competition law in EU and Japan walked on different paths at different rhythms. READ MORE

  2. 2. Abnormal Returns in the Luxury Goods Industry

    University essay from Handelshögskolan i Stockholm/Institutionen för finansiell ekonomi

    Author : Magdalena Bator; Linda Shi; [2014]
    Keywords : luxury industry; luxury consumer goods; abnormal returns; stock returns;

    Abstract : The study aims to analyse a portfolio comprising of 19 stocks of companies in the luxury goods industry, the biggest market players classified as part of luxury industry by Bloomberg. The thesis analyses the portfolio from two vantage points, i.e. READ MORE

  3. 3. Politics first? Do changes in bilateral political relations affect imports from South Korea to Japan?

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Anna Bertelsen; Jasmine Eriksson; [2013-07-16]
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    Abstract : Have Japan’s imports of South Korean products changed in response to changes in the levels of political tension between the two countries, and have this affected the success of attempts made by South Korean firms to enter the Japanese market? The absence of transnational South Korean firms such as Hyundai, Kia and LG on the Japanese market, a geographically and psychically proximate market to the South Korean market, suggests that factors other than those put forth by established international trade models such as the Gravity model and market entry models such as the Uppsala model have affected South Korean imports to Japan. Pollins (1989) argues that firms take bilateral political tension between countries into account when managing risk, and that governments and consumers are likely to react negatively to heightened political tension, including boycotts and decreased demand for goods from the other country. READ MORE

  4. 4. A Cross-cultural Study on Consumers’ Attitudes toward Web Advertising : A Case of Swedish and Japanese Consumers

    University essay from Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för marknadsföring (MF); Linnéuniversitetet/Institutionen för marknadsföring (MF)

    Author : Sachi Komatsu; Takuma Tsuji; [2013]
    Keywords : Web Advertising; Belief; Attitude; Seven Belief Factors; Dimensions of Culture; Sweden; Japan;

    Abstract : This research intended to clarify differences in attitudes toward Web advertising between consumers form culturally different countries. On that account, this research is conducted within the context of Japan and Sweden, which are countries that can be considered as highly different culturally. READ MORE

  5. 5. Estonia’s Changing Trade Patterns with China and Japan from 1993-2012

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Centrum för öst- och sydöstasienstudier

    Author : Piia Aasamets; [2013]
    Keywords : Japan; Estonia; trade patterns; China; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : In this thesis, the focus is on the trade relations between Estonia and selected Asian countries based on their importance, aiming to identify the current trade flows, changes within them over time and the reasons behind these changes. Furthermore, the comparative advantage of Estonia in relation to those countries should be revealed. READ MORE