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March 23, 2006
University of Hong Kong
In 1997, building on its earlier success with Tokyo Disneyland, Oriental Land Corp. Japan and the Walt Disney Co. discussed the possibility of a new joint project known as the Tokyo DisneySea Park. Different approaches toward capital budgeting and diSTInct corporate governance regimes led the two firms to evaluate the project in different ways. Although globalization of the Japanese economy has advanced with astounding speed, management Philosophy and capital budgeting techniques STIll differ significantly among Japanese and American firms. In a joint venture, such differences have a momentous impact on decision-making processes. Illustrates key divergent practices between Japanese and American firms in the realm of corporate governance and finance.
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