Books by Kenichi Ohmae

NON-FICTION
Released: July 3, 1995

"The engrossing text has helpful tabular material and graphics throughout."
Taking issue with intellectual Francis Fukayama, who posits the end of history, business strategist Ohmae (The Borderless World, 1990) more plausibly prophesies the eventual demise of the nation-state, because it has become ``an unnatural, even dysfunctional, unit in terms of which to think about or organize economic activity.'' Writing with his customary brio and clarity, the Tokyo-based, MIT-educated consultant makes a persuasive case for the arresting proposition that sovereignty is increasingly irrelevant. Read full book review >