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  • The study investigates how Japanese distributors of U.S. manufactured consumer products perceive the exercise of power sources by both themselves and their U.S. suppliers in the across-culture distribution channel. The mediated and nonmediated bases of power found in domestic relationships were not replicated in Japanese distributors' perceptions. Results indicate a factor structure based on nurturing and authoritative bases of power. The Japanese also react to the exercise of power sources in a slightly different manner than Western channel participants. ()
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  • 176 ()
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?:created
  • 2016-06-24 ()
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?:doi
  • 10.2307/1252023 ()
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  • 10 ()
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  • 273 ()
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  • 2 ()
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  • es ()
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  • 1993-04-01 ()
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  • American Marketing Association ()
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  • 20356 ()
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  • 23 ()
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  • 1 ()
?:title
  • The exercise of interfirm power and its repercussions in U.S.-Japanese channel relationships ()
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?:volume
  • 57 ()

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