Comparative Responses to Globalization: Experiences of by M. Umemura, R. Fujioka
By M. Umemura, R. Fujioka
Explores how British and jap enterprises have replied to globalization from a long term viewpoint. comprises stories from the 18th century and sheds mild at the effect of the institutional environment, the effect of presidency and marketers, and the load of old contingency in conditioning enterprise responses to globalization.
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Bickham, ‘Eating the Empire’, 80–81, 86–92; quote taken from 80. He notes sugar as an exception to this, with labels such as Jamaican, Barbados, and Antiguan rarely being deployed since there was little to distinguish the product of the different islands. See also Walvin, Fruits of Empire, passim. 27. The National Archives, C5/582/120. 28. Chaudhuri, English East India Company, 79–130. It is notable that China was never explicitly linked to groceries, perhaps because it was understood that all tea at this time came from China.