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|Title: ||Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.21, No.1 (Autumn 1986): Looking Toward the East|
|Authors: ||Frey, Jeffrey|
Thomas, L. Joseph
White, Richard N.
|Issue Date: ||1986|
|Publisher: ||Internet-First University Press|
|Abstract: ||IN THIS ISSUE: The Not-So-Far East: Three Cornell Electrical Engineering Professors Discuss Technology in Japan and Korea /2 (Jeffrey Frey, Chung Tang, and Myungwhan Kim are interviewed by the editor of the Quarterly.) ... Lessons From Japan: What a Cornell Study Group Learned About Manufacturing Methods /8 (L. Joseph Thomas of the Johnson School of Management at Cornell writes about a recent visit to Japan by seven Cornell professors, members of the Cornell Manufacturing Engineering and Productivity Program.) ... Seven Weeks in China /15 (Richard N. White of the Department of Structural Engineering reports, with words and photographs, on a "working vacation" taken with his wife Marge.) ... Facets: All of the Family?? Hungs from China Study Materials Science at Cornell /26 (Three members of one Chinese family are researchers in the Cornell department, and the youngest member is beginning her college work.) ... Register /30 ... Vantage /33 ... Faculty Publications /36|
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