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… is from page 58 of the great management scholar Peter Drucker’s insightful Winter 1984 California Management Review paper, “The New Meaning of Corporate Social Responsibility”: Even the Japanese who reportedly invest in “winners” and starve “losers” – at least according to a currently popular American myth – are finding that it cannot be done politically. Indeed, the Japanese have found that they cannot give up support of a retail distribution system which everyone in Japan knows to be obsolete and frightfully expensive…. Comments

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… is from page 58 of the great management scholar Peter Drucker’s insightful Winter 1984 California Management Review paper, “The New Meaning of Corporate Social Responsibility”:

Bonus Quotation of the Day…Even the Japanese who reportedly invest in “winners” and starve “losers” – at least according to a currently popular American myth – are finding that it cannot be done politically. Indeed, the Japanese have found that they cannot give up support of a retail distribution system which everyone in Japan knows to be obsolete and frightfully expensive….

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He is a professor of economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Previously, he was president of the Foundation for Economic Education.

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