Much of Joel’s research has been done in an international context, including several years worth of research on the Japanese IT industry.
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Joel West and John L. Graham, “A Linguistic-Based Measure of Cultural Distance and its Relationship to Managerial Values,” Management International Review, 44, 3 (2004): 239-260.
Joel West and Justin Tan, “Qualcomm in China (A),” Asian Case Research Journal, 6, 2 (Dec. 2002): 85-100. Also published by Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, Case 9B01M073, February 2003. Joel West and Justin Tan, “Qualcomm in China (A),” Asian Case Research Journal, 6, 2 (Dec. 2002): 101-128. Also published by Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, Case 9B01M074, February 2003.
Joel West and Jason Dedrick, “Innovation and Control in Standards Architectures: The Rise and Fall of Japan’s PC-98,” Information Systems Research, 11, 2 (June 2000): 197-216.
Joel West, “Institutional Constraints in the Initial Deployment of Cellular Telephone Service on Three Continents,” in Kai Jakobs, ed., Information Technology Standards and Standardization: A Global Perspective, Philadelphia: Idea Group, 2000, pp. 198-221.
Joel West and John L. Graham, “Language’s Consequences: A Test of Linguistic-Based Measures of Culture Using Hofstede’s Dimensions,” Proceedings of the Academy of Management 58th Annual Meeting, International Management Division, San Diego, Calif. (Aug. 1998).
Winner of International Management Division 1998 best paper award.
Joel West, Jason Dedrick and Kenneth L. Kraemer, “Back to the Future: Japan’s NII Plans,” in Brian Kahin and Ernest J. Wilson III, eds., National Information Infrastructure Initiatives: Vision and Policy Design, Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1997.
Joel West, “Cross-cultural Differences in Entrepreneurship in the Asia-Pacific PC Industry,” working paper, January 1997.
Joel West, “Utopianism and National Competitiveness in Technology Rhetoric: The Case of Japan’s Information Infrastructure,” The Information Society, 12, 3 (July 1996): 251-272.
Kenneth L. Kraemer, Jason Dedrick, Kuk-Hwan Jeong, John Leslie King, Thierry Vedel, Joel West and Poh-Kam Wong, “National Information Infrastructure: A Cross-country Comparison,” Information Infrastructure and Policy, 5, 2 (1996): 81-93.
Joel West, Jason Dedrick and Kenneth L. Kraemer, “Reconciling Vision and Reality in Japan’s NII Policy,” Information Infrastructure and Policy, 5, 1 (1996): 15-39.
Joel West, “Software Rights and Japan’s Shift to an Information Society,” Asian Survey, 35, 12 (Dec. 1995): 1118-1139. Reprinted in Edward R. Beauchamp, ed., The Japanese Economy and Economic Issues since 1945, New York: Garland, 1998, pp. 274-296.
Joel West, “Cross-cultural Differences in Entrepreneurship in the Asia-Pacific PC Industry,” UC Irvine, working paper, January 1997.
Joel West, “Moderators of the Diffusion of Technological Innovation: Growth of the Japanese PC Industry,” Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations (CRITO), UC Irvine, Working Paper #PAC-096, January 1996.
Joel West, “Building Japan’s Information Superhighway,” Japan Policy Research Institute, Working Paper No. 7, February 1995.
John Leslie King, Juha Knuuttila, Kari Lang and Joel West, “The Techno-Institutional Development of Standards in the Evolution of Global Cellular Telephony,” panel discussion, 19th Annual International Conference on Information Systems, Helsinki, Dec. 14, 1998.
“Development of Cellular Telephone Systems in the U.S., Europe and Japan,” Institute for Continued Learning, UCSD Department of Extended Studies (Sept. 26, 1997).
“Competing Through Standards: DOS/V and Japan’s PC Market,” Association of Japanese Business Studies annual conference, Washington, D.C. (June 13, 1997); New York University Stern School of Business (Apr. 4, 1997); Asian Technology Information Program, Tokyo (Feb. 28, 1997).
“Back to the Future: Japan’s NII Plans,” RAND Corporation, Santa Monica, Calif. (Aug. 8, 1996). “Building the Information Superhighway: Japan’s Reaction to the U.S.,” UCSD Graduate School of International Relations and Pacific Studies (Oct. 4, 1995).
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