The Japanese-American Bio-pharmaceutical Industry Research Paper by CalDR

The Japanese-American Bio-pharmaceutical Industry
An insight into the Japanese-American bio-pharmaceutical industry and the availability of drugs in each country.
# 29356 | 20,023 words | 44 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Jul 29, 2003 in Business (Companies) , Business (Industries) , Business (International)

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This paper discusses how the Japanese-American bio-pharmaceutical industry represents an ongoing international effort between the two top pharmaceutical markets in the world. It looks at why a number of pharmaceutical products that are currently available to U.S. residents are unavailable to Japanese consumers and how from a humanitarian perspective, this discrepancy denies access to life-enhancing and life-saving drugs to the Japanese population. It proposes a study to evaluate how the United States and Japan can work collaboratively to optimize the availability of ethical pharmaceuticals so that every American and Japanese citizen is permitted free access to life-enhancing and life-saving drugs.

List of Tables
List of Figures
Statement of the Problem
Importance of the Problem
Definition of Terms
Limitations and Delimitations
2.Review of the Literature
1990 to 1996
1997 to 2002
Research Design
The Hypothesis
Special Tests
Statistical Procedures Used
Data Gathering
Population Descriptions
4. Results
Statement of the Results
Statistical Findings
Supporting Findings
Contradicting Findings
Additional Research
Implications for Revising the Current Body of Knowledge
Change in Related Practices

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